Category Archives: Domino

HCL Software Community is Open for Business!


HCL has just launched their community that will serve as our new place to interact with HCL and other professionals that use their software.  It’s already fast becoming a useful forum of information.  Join the community and post your burning questions and be sure to contribute answers too.  Here is the link.HCL community

I’m hoping HCL will integrate the aha Ideajam site into this forum (click here to vote for it) so we can have a similar scoreboard feature for contributing product ideas and add a Sametime chat community like we once had with IBM Greenhouse (click here to vote for ST chat) and integrate OpenNTF into this new HCL community.  (click here to vote for OpenNTF integration)  In an ideal world, this would become the homepage where everything else related to HCL collaboration software is linked.  Here are the forums it has so far:

  • AppScan
  • Digital Experience
  • Connections
  • Notes/Domino
  • Sametime
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IBM-Panagenda Partnership yields powerful FREE IBM Notes upgrade tool


IBM has made an agreement with Panagenda to provide their Notes client management product, MarvelClient, for free to customers currently paying for software maintenance.  his will allow customers to perform upgrades from any version of Notes to version 10.0.1.  This tool is exceptionally effective at upgrading and cleaning up Notes client installations.  IBM made this arrangement to encourage customers to get upgraded to the latest version by simplifying the process.

Panagenda also has a free version of The software can be downloaded here:

And the Quickstart Guide can be downloaded here.
A few readers have asked me if I can assist in configuring and running the client upgrades.  Yes.  (sales plug) My team at Divergent Solutions can assist with upgrading both Notes clients and Domino servers to V10.0.1.1.  Doing so will provide a wealth of new features and security enhancements.  And if you are no longer paying for software upgrades, Divergent Solutions can help you with discounted software licensing renewals too.  Post a comment below or find our contact info here.
Whatever you do to get upgraded, the point is just do it.  Don’t miss out on the productivity improvements of running the latest version of Notes & Domino. #DominoForever

 

The Unsung Hero.


It’s always been there, quietly doing what it does oh so well.  So good that you probably forgot it’s there.  The unsung hero.  Watch…

Is your company small?  medium? large? Grande?  Domino does it.  Learn more at https://www.ibm.com/destinationdomino

The marketing might have taken a 2 decade break, but the software never did.

ALERT: End of Google Cloud Messaging Support impact for IBM Verse Android clients


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(Updated 3/21/2019) If you ever wondered why you should keep up to date with your server installations, this IBM Technote published today describes one really good reason.  Less than a year ago Google announced they are deprecating Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) and have replaced it with Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM).   Google will remove GCM support at any time on or after April 11, 2019 (3 weeks from today).

Why do you care? This service is used by IBM Traveler (server) to communicate with Android devices (Verse for Android).  When Google made this announcement, IBM quickly incorporated the new service into the latest Android Verse app (V10.0.4) and the latest release of the Traveler server code stream (V10.0.1).  NOTE: This is the Traveler version, NOT the version of Domino that Traveler is running on.  Traveler V10.0.1 works on Domino 9.0.1. Yes, if you are running Traveler on Websphere, you still need to upgrade Traveler.

If you get automatic updates from the app store, you will already have this version of the app on your device.  If you have automatic updates disabled, be sure to update this app before April 11, 2019.  But Traveler on your server still needs to be upgraded.

If you are using IBM SmartCloud Notes (IBM Connections Cloud) for your email service, you have nothing to worry about.  IBM already took care of it for you.

Read this IBM Technote for details. 

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