Orphaned Devices on Traveler HA SQL

Hi all, Had a recent issue with a customer using Traveler 9.0.1.4 on Domino 9.0.1.4 where one user had three devices listed all with the same device ID (so essentially the same device). All devices were inactive and we wanted to clear them up. So, I issued the usual console commands: 1. Tell Traveler Delete… Read the full article

Traveler 9/Apple issue – “mails from other people appear to come from me”

An issue was reported by multiple users on a customer site recently.   Since a Traveler 9.0.1 upgrade :- mails coming into user’s inbox that are from external Internet senders are showing up in the “who” column as being from the recipient’s name rather than the sender. This is only for some mails though, not… Read the full article

FLASH: Some users stop receiving updates after upgrade to Notes Traveler 8.5.3 UP2 IF3 (2013.07.23)

IBM have sent out an update today, about 8.5.3 UP2 IF3 where users stop receiving mail. In short the fix is to upgrade to 8.5.3 UP2 IF4. The details are documented here Cormac McCarthy – Domino People Ltd  

New Traveler 9 Console Commands

There’s a couple of new commands available when you issue a “tell traveler” from the Domino console in Traveler 9, that I haven’t seen documented elsewhere, namely: tell traveler cleanup and tell traveler netaddr  “tell traveler cleanup” is designed to force the removal of users that haven’t connected since the allocated cleanup period, [based on… Read the full article

Traveler capacity planning and NOTES.INI settings.

IBM have recently published a series of new articles on the Domino Wiki site.  Two articles that really caught my eye were on:- Capacity Planning on Traveler – haven’t seen as detailed and specific guide as this before and Traveler notes.ini settings – it’s great that Traveler customisations are now published and this is a brilliant reference to bookmark.… Read the full article

Traveler – Update on known device limitations

IBM have updated their documentation on known device limitations for Traveler.  Although issues/limitations are decreasing all the time,  if you deploy Traveler, this is a great reference to have and familiarise yourself with: Apple Android Windows  Nokia/Symbian Please let us know if you experience any issues or limitations that haven’t been documented! Cormac McCarthy –… Read the full article

SSL breaks after upgrading to Traveler 8.5.3 UP 1

On a production upgrade of Traveler to 8.5.3 U.P. 1 yesterday we came across a problem. The upgrade itself completed without issue but mobile clients couldn’t connect to the server automatically after the server was back up and running. We could see the following in the log :- “HTTP Server: SSL Error: Keyring file not… Read the full article

Traveler 8.5.3.2 Interim Fix 1 released

Overview Lotus Traveler 8.5.3.2 IF 1 is an Interim Fix release that contains APAR fixes for the Lotus Traveler server and clients. The information below outlines the changes included. Fix List See Lotus Traveler APAR Listing Feature List – new in 8.5.3.2 IF 1 Install Multiple Lotus Traveler Instances on Linux OS Please ensure to read… Read the full article

Lotus Domino R8.5.3 Interim Fix for Traveler (Win 64bit)

If you are running Lotus Traveler on Domino 8.5.3 FP1 (Windows 64 bit), there’s a new interim fix available that may avoid serious issues (such as server crashes). Details are available at this IBM tech note – http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21591859 (please note to download the fix requires an IBM log in)