Article archive for 2009 – Page 5

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Using the Notes Client with Gmail

Since we explored how Notes with Hotmail seemed to be an unworkable idea, we decided we’d take on Gmail and see if it would be any more cooperative. It was, and in this article, Nancy Hand shows you the ins and outs of getting incoming and outgoing mail to work between Notes and Gmail. It’s another one of her incredibly helpful reads.

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Sunday, February 1, 2009

Putting a spotlight on the most remarkable Notes applications: the Teamstudio Spotlight Award Winners 2009

When you get people saying "BAH! Notes can’t do that!" or "I can’t stand Notes, it’s so ugly and outdated!" the winner of this year’s Teamstudio Spotlight Award is the application that you want to be able to point them to. It’s a gleaming example of the power and flexibility Notes provides that has been supporting thousands of users for years, and was delivered in virtually no time at all — truly remarkable! Want to know what application won, and who the runners up were? Tap here and read the full article.

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Sunday, February 1, 2009

Lotusphere 2009 explores Connections, Quickr, Foundations, Protector, and LotusLive

It’s time for more Lotusphere analysis. So far, Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard gave you an overview of Notes and Domino 8.5.1 and discussed SAP integration, OpenNTF, mobile, Sametime 8.5, and more. This week, he looks into some more Lotus initiatives including Connections, Quickr, Foundations, Protector, and LotusLive.

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Sunday, February 1, 2009

The Lotusphere 2009 experience wrap-up article

Lotusphere isn’t just about the announcements. There’s so much more that goes on, and it’s all these other things that really make Lotusphere what it is. In this final Lotusphere 2009 article, Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard shares what it’s really like to attend a Lotusphere.

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Sunday, February 1, 2009

Lotusphere 2009 showcases SAP, BlackBerry, Sametime 8.5, and more

We’re back from Lotusphere. Last week, I gave you an overview of Notes and Domino 8.5.1 and promised that you’d learn more about SAP integration, some open source stuff, mobile, and Sametime. That’s what’s in this week’s installment.

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Thursday, January 1, 2009

Notes and Domino 8.5.1 at Lotusphere 2009

Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard is back from Lotusphere 2009 and, as he’s done each year for yo, these many years, he’s got an incredibly comprehensive analysis. We kick it off right away with a discussion of Notes 8.5 and 8.5.1.

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Thursday, January 1, 2009

Lotusphere 2009 first impressions

In this quick article, Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz discusses his first impressions of Lotusphere 2009.

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Thursday, January 1, 2009

Here come the judge, Barack’s BlackBerry, David does CNN, and more

Today has been an interesting day, and it comes on the heals of a week that’s been an interesting week. There was big news in the battle to save White House email, an ongoing discussion about whether President-elect Obama can keep his precious BlackBerry, and more. The boss doesn’t want to brag, so he won’t tell you that he’s been featured on CNN.com four times in the last week, twice today alone. First, I’ll cover the big news, which is the emergency order to preserve White House email issued by federal court in Washington, D.C. David got the news early this morning, and he broke a detailed story on the CNN site by mid-afternoon.

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Thursday, January 1, 2009

As we prepare for Lotusphere, IBM’s market share grows

Every year, we mark the tradition of Lotusphere. For those of us who’ve been there nearly every year since it began (I missed the year I got married), Lotusphere isn’t just a business gathering, it’s an annual chance to see some of our favorite people. Lotusphere is also a chance to be inspired and it’s where we go to test the waters, to get a feel for how the overall Lotus market is doing.

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Thursday, January 1, 2009

Using the Notes client with Hotmail (or not)

A reader recently asked if he could use Notes as a POP client to get messages from his Hotmail account. Being curious, Nancy Hand set up a new Hotmail account. For all the details on what worked (not much) and what didn’t (pretty much everything), you’ll have to read the full article.

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