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Learn about implementing transaction logging for your Lotus Domino server and its benefits.
Learn about the key to analyzing data on your Lotus Domino server -- activity logging.
IBM Lotus recently announced end of support for Notes, Domino and Lotus Enterprise Integrator 7.x products. This practical move allows IBM to focus their resources on Notes/Domino 8.x. But what will happen to companies not ready – or willing—to migrate to Notes/Domino 8.x. One expert...
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The results are in. Here are the top 10 most-clicked Lotus Notes programming and development tips of 2007.
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Effective Web content management systems work behind the scenes to organize and present information based on audiences' actual needs.
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New kid on the block virtual mobile infrastructure lets you run VMs with Android applications in the data center and then deliver those apps to any endpoint.
If I want to copy a user's address book and folders from their old PC to a new one, I install Notes on the new PC and copy names.nsf to the new PC. I was also told to copy the bookmark.nsf, desktop.dsk, cache.nsf and cache.dsk. Is this correct? What do those files do?