Article archive for 1999 – Page 10

Monday, February 1, 1999

Email and the encryption conundrum

Halt! Who goes there? Do you have access to this article? Where’s your key? Show me your ID! Wow! Encryption brings to mind all sorts of visual images. But the reality behind encryption is that it’s important for your company, yet complex to implement. In this important article, which you are now hereby cleared to read, you can learn all about how to make encryption work for you.

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Monday, February 1, 1999

Cycom Inc.’s Lotus Notes Page

In February’s DominoPower Site of the Month, we take a look at Cycom Inc.’s Lotus Notes Page, a site that isn’t necessarily the prettiest online, but is still a great resource for Lotus Notes users and developers.

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Monday, February 1, 1999

Converting Notes Address Books to the Web for Palm devices and pagers

As publishers of both DominoPower and PalmPower Magazines, we’ve noticed a surprisingly high cross-over in interest between the two products. In fact, we’ve gotten requests from readers of both publications for more information about how to integrate Notes applications with Palm devices. As is often the case, your wish is our editorial content. In this fine article, Dan Velasco takes you through a complete application that lets download your Notes address book information into your Palm device — and you can do it from your favorite Web browser. Just so cool.

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Monday, February 1, 1999

How to automatically build groups based on ACL roles

Creating groups can be a time-consuming challenge for many Notes and Domino administrators. In this hands-on LotusScript tutorial, Tom Lowery helps you build an agent that automatically constructs groups based on ACL roles. Not only will you learn a whole lot about how groups and roles work, you’ll get a handy tool that will save you and your co-workers time and hassle.

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Friday, January 1, 1999

Virtual private networks and Domino servers

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) combines the security of a private, wide-area network with the ubiquity and inexpensiveness of the Internet. But given Domino’s built-in encryption, is a VPN overkill or just the ticket? In this interesting article, Doug Dillaman shows just where a VPN might prove ideal for Notes and Domino administrators — and where it might be a waste of time, energy, and bandwidth.

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Friday, January 1, 1999

Is email spam a form of trespass?

We continue our Fight Back Against Spam series with an interesting concept: is spam a form of trespass? In this helpful article, Victor Woodward helps you understand how spam might impact your company and gets you started with four helpful anti-spam resources.

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Friday, January 1, 1999

Search engines: bring ’em on!

It used to be that time was money. Not anymore. Now links are money. If you get the right link to your site, you can have a screaming success (that’s been DominoPower’s strategy). Some of the best places to see and be seen are the search engines. But do you know how to make your site appear "on top"? Unless you’re showing up as number one on every search engine, you better read this article by James Cimino.

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Friday, January 1, 1999

New Release 5.0 classes: NotesViewEntryCollection and NotesViewEntry

OK boys and girls. It’s that special time when we get down and dirty with the newest LotusScript features for Notes and Domino Release 5.0. In this installment, get ready to learn about NotesViewEntryCollection and NotesViewEntry. You can now retrieve category or total entries and determine such characteristics as whether a document has been read or not.

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Friday, January 1, 1999

A dynamic menu management system for the Web and Notes

Have you ever been to the Lotus Web site and played with that wonderful expanding menu bar? Now, have you ever wanted to build one of your own? Well, now you are in some serious luck. Contributing editor Dan Velasco wanted to do the same thing. In this highly readable and informative article, Dan tells you how you can build your own expanding and collapsing menu bar — and it’ll work for both Web clients and Notes clients.

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Friday, January 1, 1999

Lotusphere, PowerBoards, and me

Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz is on a tear this month. While two of his favorite editors are going to Lotusphere in warm Orlando, he’s stuck in frigid New Jersey being a manager. So, for about a third of his wacky editorial, he rants about cold, Disney, and seat heaters. Then, eventually, he calms down and tells you why not going is the sign of an "innovative company" vs. a "company with an innovative founder". Plus, the new PowerBoards are rocking and, in a fit of actual lucidity, he takes time to honor our amazing volunteer PowerBoard hosts.

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