Article archive for 2004 – Page 5

Monday, March 1, 2004

The strange case of Last Modified dates

Just a couple of weeks ago, Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard and a colleague came across a most bizarre "feature" of Notes. It’s all to do with document Last Modified dates. They had a specific need to be able to work through documents using Last Modified dates as a processing trigger — sounds familiar?. And they found some very peculiar and interesting things.

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Monday, March 1, 2004

Kudos, great analysis, and juvenile behavior

Last week, we ran an article entitled "WebSphere and Workplace and Notes, oh my!" Apparently, the thoughts Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz put down in this article inspired some strong responses, both good and bad.

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Monday, March 1, 2004

Configuring Notes as a POP3 client, step-by-step

This week, we continue back-to-basics month with an article about how to configure the Notes client as a POP3 email client.

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Monday, March 1, 2004

A step-by-step guide to installing the Notes client

Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz recently did a fresh Windows install on a new desktop machine. As part of that enormously enjoyable process, he had to reinstall my Notes client. As he did so, he realized that in all the time we’ve been publishing DominoPower, we’ve never run a step-by-step set of instructions for doing a Notes client install. This article rectifies that.

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Sunday, February 1, 2004

WebSphere and Workplace and Notes, oh my!

There’s a lot of FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) being flung around about our old friends, Notes and Domino. Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz takes a look at IBM, the company, to give you some perspective. This important article gives you five things you should think about as you plan your future.

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Sunday, February 1, 2004

IBM, IBM wherefore art thou?

From time-to-time, we like to give Lotus Business Partners the chance to speak out and share their perspective of the Lotus market, the products, and the challenges they’re facing. This month, Beau Schless, creator of NOTEbookS Library Automation, tells some of his story. This is a great read!

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Sunday, February 1, 2004

Automating migrations to multi-user Notes clients

Here at DominoPower, we love to score exclusives. This month is no different. Sam Rifaey is the founder and CEO of one of Connecticut’s fastest growing companies, SoftQuest Corporation. SoftQuest makes the very popular Notes installer-helper, InstallPump. We asked Sam to help us understand how to get the most out of InstallPump so that your Notes upgrades can go faster.

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Sunday, February 1, 2004

Post-Lotusphere 2004 report: gaining understanding and perspective

In this extremely important article, Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard puts all of the Lotusphere 2004 IBM Lotus announcements into perspective. Where exactly do Workplace, WebSphere, and Java fit into the Notes/Domino future? What’s in the new 6.5.1 release? What’s up for the future of ND7 and on? It’s all answered in a clear manner in Mick’s report. This is a must read article.

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Sunday, February 1, 2004

Pictures from the ‘Sphere

Last week, when we filed our very short report from Lotusphere, we promised you a lot more coverage and a lot more pictures from Lotusphere 2004. In this issue, Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard provides a detailed analysis of the various announcements (and a behind the scenes perspective). Meanwhile, Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz was busy with my digital SLR, and below are some more pictures from the show.

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Thursday, January 1, 2004

IBM moves forward with Domino and Workplace

DominoPower’s editors met with some amazing developers and very cool IBM staffers. In the coming weeks and months, we’ll be sifting through everything we’ve learned and publish it here. While at the show, we took a ton of great pictures. We’ll save lots of good news, pictures, and information about the exhibitors and attendees for next week. For now, I’ll show you some pictures the folks we met with and give you a quick overview of what we discussed.

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