Monthly Archives: January 2016

Time to update your Domino environment

Today Google released Chrome 48 and has deprecated RC4 as encryption protocol because it’s broken.
This means that if you have an older version of Domino that doesn’t support some other encryption protocol for https.

Domino 9.0.1 FP4 or FP5 will give you the support you need to use updated protocols.

And I really hope Google would implement the Swedish error page for everybody 🙂

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And if you need help contact me.

Left, right, leftback, rightback and replacesubstring in java

I posted some common string functions that I’ve been using alot during the years in @formula, lotusscript (strleft, strright, strrightback, strleftback) and later in SSJS. So I thought that I need them in Java too. There might be some features like the one with dot in the replacesubstring function, feel free to comment so will I fix that 😉

Hope you find it useful.

OpenNTf.org Snippets

iNotes, IBM Traveler, IBM Verse, Win 10 Mail

We have all been living with the Mailbox in the IBM Notes client but because I work with lots of different clients I rarely use my own id. Therefore my main mail client has been iNotes / IPhone mail thru Traveler / Verse iPhone app. But when I upgraded my machine to Windows 10 and the Traveler server to the latest version I found that it works great to use the Traveler mail with the Windows 10 built in mail and calendar client.
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Yes it’s a bit limited, mostly that you can only have one email open at a time. You can’t use Outlook because that client is blocked on the Traveler server, probably because some advanced communication that the Outlook client uses. Hopefully they will release that support at IBM Connect this month.
So if you haven’t tried it yet and have a Traveler version that supports the Verse client you can try it you self. Feel free to make a comment on you experience and use of other clients against the Domino server.