Article archive for 2006 – Page 5

Wednesday, February 1, 2006

Introducing the DominoPower RSS feeds

By now, you’ve probably noticed the little RSS icons that appeared all over DominoPower in the past week or so. In this article, we explain what it all means.

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Wednesday, February 1, 2006

OpenNTF.org: a site devoted to open source Notes applications

We first mentioned OpenNTF.org back in 2002, in an article about the changing world of Domino development. After happily talking to many very nice, but slightly wacky OpenNTF T-shirt wearing developers at Lotusphere, we realized we’d never done an article specifically about this very useful resource.

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Wednesday, February 1, 2006

The Notes calendar: scheduling to infinity and beyond!

And, as admistrator for 3,000 Notes 6.5 users, Nancy Hand is frequently amazed by what her users can pull off. One such user managed to lose a meeting for next Tuesday, but schedule appointments all the way out to 4004. Just what did Nancy do to clean this mess up? You’ll have to read this article to find out.

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Wednesday, February 1, 2006

Upbeat messages from Lotusphere 2006

Notes is not dead. Yellow is the new black. Upbeat messages from Lotusphere 2006. Lotus is riding high again and aiming for more. A lively and lengthy future for the Notes and Domino family was the theme. Read Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard’s in-depth analysis in this important article.

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Sunday, January 1, 2006

Getting on the jazz at Lotusphere

It looks like the jazz is back in the Lotus biz. This Lotusphere rocked! Everyone we talked to was pumped, excited, and optimistic. After a bunch of years of downer reports coming from Lotusphere, it’s really good to see the mojo on the move. In this short trip report, we summarize some of the more interesting announcements.

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Sunday, January 1, 2006

Migration to Microsoft: look before you leap

Teamstudio’s Nigel Cheshire is back in the pages of DominoPower, this time refuting Microsoft’s latest attempt to lay claim to the traditional Notes/Domino markets. Nigel’s been in this business a long time. It’s worth your time to read what he’s got to say, and it may save you a whole lot of time, effort, and money in the long run. When seasoned Lotus Business Partners speak out, we recommend you listen.

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Sunday, January 1, 2006

Lotusphere fun facts

Ah, Lotusphere. It’s that special time when most of the Lotus technical community runs away from the cold and seeks out sunny Orlando. DominoPower, of course, will be at Lotusphere in force. In this great article, we tell you the secrets behind a shady firm called Tomahawk Properties, why you shouldn’t pack too many shirts, and where to find the JAMFests. It’s all in this article.

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Sunday, January 1, 2006

When Notes email goes MIME-crazy

A reader wants to know about why the Lotus Notes client seems to be MIME-crazy. And we introduce the DominoPower Answer Team.

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Sunday, January 1, 2006

What’s really new with Domino Domain Monitoring?

Is Domino Domain Monitoring really all that and a bag of chips? Philippe Schlier, CTO of GSX Groupware Solutions agrees that DDM does have its uses, but he’s also not convinced all that’s claimed to be new is really and truly new. In this penetrating analysis, Philippe looks closely at DDM and looks carefully at the DDM’s marketing claims.

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