Article archive for 2009 – Page 4

Friday, May 1, 2009

Incident report: denial of service attack against ConnectedPhotographer.com

You may have noticed that Connected Photographer has been offline for the past few days. It’s back, and what happened makes for quite a story.

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Friday, May 1, 2009

Is Notes/Domino 8.5 better than Exchange/Outlook 2007?

How does one compares an application server (Domino) that does mail, Web serving, LDAP, synchronization of databases, database server, etc., to a mail server (Exchange) that does mail only?

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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Using Balsamiq Mockups to create low-fidelity prototypes

Benoit Dubuc digs into an interesting new design application. Will it make you more productive and help you work with your customers? Read on and find out.

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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Lots to love in 8.5

Just how impressive is the new XPages and Notes Designer in 8.5? We continue Philippe Schlier’s analysis and review of Notes 8.5 and the Lotus marketplace. Read this article and you’ll learn what old-time software designer Philippe has to say on our favorite new release.

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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

A developer’s first impressions of Notes 8.5

This series outlines Philippe Schlier’s experience with the Lotus Notes 8.5 software and includes an analysis of the email market evolution and strategies, based on 15+ years of Lotus Notes usage and the same time spent as software designer.

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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

How hide-whens in Rich Text can ruin your whole day (and what to do about it)

The fundamental thing to understand is that, unlike any other sort of Notes field, the data in Rich Text field can contain its own hide-whens, because that’s one of the functions of Rich Text. This behavior can reach out and bite you. In this helpful article, Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard helps you avoid getting stung by the hide-when behavior of Rich Text.

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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

How to reduce stress in this crazy, crazy world

Tomorrow is tax day, there’s rush hour traffic, your next project deadline, a least favorite co-worker, your teenager’s plans for spring break, Al-Qaida’s plans and your recent investment portfolio. Notice your stress level shifting into high gear? This interesting article by stress management expert Larry Green can help you manage that stress in one simple lesson.

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Sunday, March 1, 2009

Troubleshooting Notes 8.5 on the Mac

In this article, we’re looking at some important troubleshooting tips. What happens when something goes wrong on the Mac? Take a deep breath and don’t panic. Troubleshooting is troubleshooting regardless of platform. Here are the most common issues, installation issues, networking issues, crashes, and some tips on what to do to resolve them.

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Sunday, March 1, 2009

New features of Notes 8.5 on the Mac

In this article, we’re looking at some of the exciting new features of Notes 8.5 on the Macintosh. We’re continuing our three-part series about Notes on the Mac. Come back next week to learn about some important troubleshooting tips.

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Sunday, March 1, 2009

A short history of Lotus on the Mac

This article begins our first-ever series on Lotus products running on the Mac platform. Although only a small percentage of our readers use Macs, that number is growing (if only slightly). We are thrilled to have IBM’s Barry Rosen back to tell you all about Notes on the Mac.

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