I’m a week late coming back to write about Engage. What an event it was. Last year I found it easiest to break down the event into a series of series of points of interest from the event I’ll do the same this time out. So here it is 21 points of interest from Engage… Read the full article
12.0.2 FP1 is out for Domino, Notes client (and REST API 1.0.4)
Last night, HCL released 12.0.2 FP1 for Domino and the Notes client (64 and 32 bit), as well as a new version of REST API. Thomas Hampel has blogged and given some of the links you might need on same. One interesting note that Daniel Nashed has made here that is worth reviewing around passthru… Read the full article
Exchange/Outlook continues to be easy “Swiss cheese” target for nefarious actors
A couple of years ago I wrote extensively on the widespread Exchange on Premise and Solar winds attacks, and the aftermath. It got a lot of coverage at the time and afterwards. I could probably have written monthly or quarterly updates on same (most of them not reflecting said platforms in a better light) but… Read the full article
You can book your Domino 12 update exam today.
Yesterday, Tiffany Amos from HCL announced that booking for Domino exams are back. Few things you should note: At the moment, there’s an update exam for Domino 12 admin. Further exams certifications are planned (Domino certification “from scratch”, developer, some forms of “advanced”) You’ll need proof of R9 exam to do the update exam. (there’s… Read the full article
How to keep up to date on the latest Knowledge Base articles from HCL
I discussed this with a customer last week, and thought others might want to know how to keep up to date on knowledge base articles from HCL. You can get notified on any HCL product :- when a new version released, a security issue announced, a defect found, or a new support article written. If… Read the full article
I’m a HCL Ambassador again for 2023
The official blog post from HCL isn’t up yet, but I’m delighted to confirm that I’m a HCL Ambassador again for 2023. It’s such an amazing group of experts and more importantly good people. As HCL defines it: “HCL Ambassador is a distinction that HCL awards select members of the community that are both experts… Read the full article
Danube EAP Drop 5 is here!
Four weeks on from the last code drop HCL today released 12.0.2 EAP Drop 5. Domino Features here. Notes client Features here Traveler Features here Headline items for me: Domino Restyler is available out of box in the Notes client as opposed to the last drop in Nomad. (Note: a very informative getting started video… Read the full article
Domino Restyle has dropped (included within a new beta for Nomad server)
We’ve all “WOW”ed at the Demos at Engage 2022 and now we can try Domino Restyle (in Beta) ourselves. The deployment here seems slightly unconventional, in that you need to install the latest beta of Nomad Server to get it, but I’m not complaining. The Nomad Web server is just unzipping files to a program… Read the full article
Another release for Danube. EAP4 for 12.0.2
HCL continue to release drops with reliable consistency in the early access program for Danube. Yesterday we got another drop, which you can download on flexnet Here’s the list of what’s in HCL’s documentation The introduction of SPF checks on inbound SMTP traffic is interesting, as well as multiple new layers to virus scanning (ICAP).… Read the full article
Danube takes shape with Drop 3 for 12.0.2, Nomad web 1.0.5 beta without Safelinx.
While I was on summer holidays, HCL made another code drop for 12.0.2 (12.0.2 EAP2). I have to commend the frequency with which these are being released, it’s unprecedented in an early access program for this product line. Domino gets a list of new features. We also get the first taste of the Notes client… Read the full article