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
Tag: Domino 12.0.2
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
Series of Interesting Announcements this week from HCL
DNUG/DACHNUG IS going on this week, and HCL have had a couple of very interesting announcements, The first (chronologically) is Domino 10.0.1 FP8 is out. This contains a series of low risk, high impact fixes, and should be applied ASAP to anyone on that release. The second is the announcement about the end of support… 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
26 points of interest from Engage in Bruges
All I can say is “Wow” what a few days in Bruges. I’ve been trying to break my thoughts out into something coherent and really I can do is set out a set of bullet points. The event itself. It’s hard to overstate how well run an event Engage is. Theo and his wife Hilde,… Read the full article