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86 NEW Features of Domino 14

Considering you’re reading a blog about Domino, you may likely have seen that Domino 14 was released recently, you can catch the launch video here if you missed it. Domino 14 is another major release from HCL. We had three big public betas. This really allows access to the people making the decisions to heed… Read the full article

Danube – Early Access 1 – What are you getting?

On my blog last week recapping Engage, I mentioned the Early Access Program for Danube (Domino 12.0.2). This is quite unusual how early for a release of this type in that usually there will be some form of closed early access program ahead of a public beta. What this shows us is that HCL are… Read the full article

The Future of Mail

There’s been a huge of amount of great content this week in the Domino 12 release. Today’s “Domino Dozen” falls into the category of “Gamechanger”. If you haven’t watched it get over here and do (and then come back to the blog!) Today we saw Barry Rosen And Rash Doromal deliver demos on what Open… Read the full article

Exchange Hacks Six Weeks On – What’s Happening?

If you read this blog you’ll know I’ve written about the Exchange Hacks a few weeks back. What’s interesting is the feedback we’ve got since. We are aware of many folks who were directly affected. We’ve heard through others of many more. Not too many people are posting flashing neon signs saying what happened to… Read the full article

Talking to an OAuth2 API from the Notes Client (NO Xpages)

Introduction Have you wondered if it is possible to talk to an OAuth2 SaaS API from the Notes Client without XPages? We did just that! We were asked to develop a solution to create invoices and contact information from a standard HCL Domino CRM and Licence Tracking application to an OAuth2 api. The requirement was… Read the full article

Sametime Meetings 11.5 is the Business!

There’s been so much chatter on Sametime Premium Meetings 11.5 since the full release last month and with good reason. I’ll keep this as simple as I can, as the user experience is just that, simple. It’s everything a user would expect from a Premium, Enterprise video meeting service. It’s clean, intuitive and modern and… Read the full article

Old versions of Domino and Notes client susceptible to a specific Denial Of Service attacks

This is a few days old but I missed it at the time and haven’t seen it elsewhere. HCL have published some security alerts around Denial of Service (DDOS) attacks. The first effects versions of Domino previous to previous to releases 9.0.1 FP10 IF6, 10.0.1 FP5 and 11.0.1. The second effects version of Domino previous… Read the full article

It’s HCL Digital Week – Next Week!!

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll already have been notified that it’s HCL Digital Week from the 9th until the 13th of November. It probably seemed like it was ages away well no, it’s November and it’s next week!! Four things I’d draw your attention to: It’s free. There will be previews/announcements/roadmaps on… Read the full article

Can I use a pre-existing SSL certificate with Domino?

Here’s a common problem that comes up and the documentation on it is pretty non-existent (or more accurately the information is out there but not Domino specific so you really have to know what you’re doing to get it done). An organisation has purchased a SSL certificate, often a wildcard cert. Something like *.mycompany.com.  They… 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