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HCL Ambassador Class of 2021

Well the cat is out of the bag. HCL have published the list of HCL Ambassador’s for 2021 here The people who made this list are genuinely the best in the world at what they do, and I’m delighted and honoured to be listed alongside them. Congratulations to everyone who made the list. Here’s to… Read the full article

RNUG Online starts tomorrow

In case you hadn’t noticed RNUG Online starts tomorrow. It’s free. It goes on for six days. You don’t need to travel to Russia (though that would be great too :)). It’s online and the agenda looks great. You can register here. Tell them Domino People sent you 🙂 Cormac McCarthy – Domino People Ltd

ID Sync for Nomad Biometrics Authentication, Traveler now supports MySQL and Notes on Big Sur.

HCL aren’t shy on rolling out big new features are they…. There’s been three significant releases in the last 24 hours. HCL Notes and Domino have both have 11.0.1 FP2 released and Traveler similarly has 11.0.2. These are not bog standard fix packs. If you’re running HCL Notes on Mac you’re going to want to… Read the full article

Quick tip: How do I get the root and intermediary certificates?

This is probably an obvious one but I know it confuses people.  If you need the root and intermediary certificates in the chain for your SSL certificate you do not need to contact the Certificate Authority to get them. (in fact they’ll have multiple root and intermediaries so the best way to get them is… Read the full article

The Truth about Migrating from Domino to Microsoft (Mail Edition)

In this article we describe our real life experience of migrating from Notes/Domino to Microsoft Exchange and Exchange online. To be clear we have a vested interest here. We don’t want any of our customers to migrate from HCL Domino to any other platforms. However we also do acknowledge that we have got business from… Read the full article

Everything has changed

Long time, no blog. It’s been a while since this blog has been active, and so much as happened since with HCL Notes Domino. Well, in the middle of 2019 the HCL take over of Notes/Domino from IBM was finally completed. (If you’re still catching up on new links with HCL, bookmark this page Rainer… Read the full article