Article archive for 2003 – Page 4

Tuesday, July 1, 2003

Six quick tips for customizing the Notes 6 calendar

Dan’s been working with the Notes 6 calendar a lot lately and in this classic tip, shares six quick tips for customizing calendar settings. We originally ran this tip back in December, but since we regularly get calendar questions, we thought it’d be helpful to provide a quick refresher.

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Tuesday, July 1, 2003

Conversation on Linux and Notes

The question "Should Lotus do a Linux Lotus Notes client?" has prompted some discussion between Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard and a reader in Romania named Florin Jurcovici. In this article, we share the results of that conversation in this addendum to Mick’s recent series on the topic.

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Tuesday, July 1, 2003

A quick call for writers

Wanna be famous? Consider writing for DominoPower Magazine. We’ve got a bunch of great writers contributing to DominoPower, but we’re also stealing some of our technical experts to help us launch the forthcoming WebSpherePower Magazine. As a result, we’ve got some great opportunities for you to contribute to DominoPower.

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Tuesday, July 1, 2003

Lotus acquires Aptrix, announces Lotus Workplace Content Development

IBM today announced the expansion of the Lotus Workplace product portfolio. Lotus will now offer a Web content management solution called Lotus Workplace Content Development. This offering is made possible by today’s acquisition of Aptrix, an Australian-based Web content management vendor and long-time IBM business partner.

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Tuesday, July 1, 2003

Get your blog on

Weblogging, or "blogging," as it has become better known, has taken the Web world by storm. It’s spawned its own little subculture, complete with celebrities and gadflies, and has been covered widely, if tolerantly, by the journalistic community. But, as was the case with the Web, and even earlier with radio and television, blogging has, at its core, serious communications done in a new way. Blogging has reached the Lotus world as well. This helpful article will get you started in the world of Domino and Notes-related blogs.

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Sunday, June 1, 2003

Should Lotus do a Linux Notes client?

In his previous article, "Four reasons Lotus hasn’t done a Linux Notes Client," Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard outlined the reasons Lotus has given for not moving forward with this to date. But should Lotus do a Linux Notes Client? In this article, Mick weighs the pros and cons and offers his opinion on the matter.

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Sunday, June 1, 2003

Four reasons Lotus hasn’t done a Linux Notes client

A question that’s been around for quite some time now is "When will Lotus do a Linux Notes Client?" Only Lotus can answer that question. However, we can ask the question, "Should Lotus do a Linux client?" Before he considers the answer, Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard looks at the four reasons Lotus has given as to why they haven’t done a Linux client yet.

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Sunday, June 1, 2003

Blockading the port

In his January 2003 editorial, Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz held a "server-side chat" in which he discussed the state of the DominoPower network over the previous few months. In that article, he discussed what he called "the great port 80 conspiracy," involving networks, cable companies, and phone companies. In our Letters to the Editor this month, a reader shares his experience with the "conspiracy."

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Sunday, June 1, 2003

Using the Lotus Domino Driver for JDBC 1.5

A Domino database is not a relational database, but when you’re developing Java-based applications, you might want it to "act" like it’s a relational database. That’s where the Lotus Domino Driver for JDBC 1.5 comes in handy, and in this week’s PowerTip, Senior Technical Editor Dan Velasco will show you why.

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Sunday, June 1, 2003

Notes and Domino reloaded

With the advent of WebSphere and the uncertainty that had surrounded the introduction of ND6, you may actually find yourself in the situation of having to re-sell the very idea of Notes and Domino to your organization. Or perhaps you need some convincing yourself. If so, you’ll agree Dmitry Irtegov provides a public service in this article as he puts into words all the things about Notes and Domino we were attracted to in the first place.

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