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What’s new in Verse on Premises 1.0.8?

IBM Verse 1.0.8 provides the following new features and enhancements. Release 1.0.8 is scheduled to be available in August 2019.
Detailed information: LINK

  • Enhancements to the calendar event design preview in 1.0.8
    IBM Verse 1.0.8 provides the following enhancements to the calendar event design preview feature.
  • See names in your native language
    In Verse 1.0.8, in work environments that use internationally-recognized names, your administrator may allow you to see names in their native languages and character sets. These are known as alternate names.
  • See your archived mail
    In Verse 1.0.8, if you archive your mail to an archive database on a server using another client such as iNotes, or if your administrator archives your mail on a server for you, you can now open the archive mail file from the folder panel to see the archived messages.
  • More support for encrypted meeting notifications
    There is additional support for encrypting meeting invitations and responses.
  • Font sizes are consistent with Notes and iNotes
    In Verse 1.0.8, the font size is the same as the font size in Notes and iNotes. For example, Arial 14 is rendered the same size in Verse, Notes, and iNotes. Previously, the Verse font size was smaller.
  • Improved web browser experience enabled by default
    An improved experience for users who access Verse from browsers on mobile devices is now enabled automatically.
  • New password and Notes ID features
    In Verse 1.0.8, you can change the password that you use to log in to Verse, change your Notes ID password, and manage your Notes ID.
  • Server support for IBM i
    Verse is now supported on a Domino 10.0.1 server running on IBM i version V7R2 or V7R3.
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What’s coming in Sametime 10 Limited Use?

The release of Sametime Limited Use V10 is scheduled for June 14th. HCL does a lot of work on upgrading Sametime and certainly many of us can’t wait to start using Sametime Limited.


So what can we look forward to?

  • Modern user interface with alternating chat bubbles and the conversation list as the primary view
  • Persistent chat including groups with the ability to receive messages immediately and on all clients (desktop, mobile, and browser) concurrently
  • Seamless, offline chat with automatic queuing and receiving of messages instantly after logging into any client
  • Brand new React-based, lightweight web client
  • Domino® 64-bit support (Windows 32-bit will ship first, followed closely by Windows 64-bit, and then Linux 64-bit)
  • Server-side chat history (Mongo will initially be required for server-side chat history; Domino to follow at a later time)
  • Chat configuration settings allowing the ability to turn persistence on or off, establishing which users or groups of users receive persistence, and specifying for the duration of chat history storage
  • Fully compatible with Sametime 9.0.1 FP1

IBM Sametime Limited Use V10.0 enables the use of selected integrated instant messaging and presence awareness functions from IBM Sametime. The components from IBM Sametime that make up IBM Sametime Limited use are:

  • IBM Sametime Connect Client V10.0
  • IBM Sametime Community Server V10.0
  • IBM Sametime Proxy Server V10.0

Features included in this release:

  • Instant messaging chat
  • Online presence status and status icons
  • Set presence status and status message on startup
  • Chat history (desktop client-side)
  • Emoticons and emoticon palettes
  • Business card display
  • Contact type ahead
  • Spell check
  • Group chat
  • Mobile access
  • Multilingual release
  • MacOS and Windows™ client-side; Windows server-side

Sametime Roadmap what’s next?

Administration

Chat

Meetings

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What’s coming in Verse On-Premises (VOP) 1.0.8?

Release of Verse On-Premisees (VOP) 1.0.8 is scheduled on Q2.
So what can we look forward to?

  • Support for IBM I Series
  • Ability to open a server side archive mail file
    Link to archive appears in the folder panel. Control with INI parameterSupport for IBM I Series
  • Ability to display configured alternative name rather than primary names of users in the VOP user interface
    This feature is controlled using policies
  • Rooms and resources are now part of ‘find available times’
    – When searching for available times, rooms and resources will be displayed in the react calendar
  • Repeat dates are now shown to users, and others
    Users can now see repeat dates displayed in the meetings
  • Changed font in VOP to use pt rather than px in order to match Notes and iNotes fonts
    – VOP font size now matches Notes and iNotes
  • GA the ability to view VOP on a mobile web browser
    VOP on Mobile web browser was introduced in VOP 1.0.7 as preview
  • Ability to respond to an encrypted calendar invitation with an encrypted response
    – Now users can respond to a calendar invitation that is encrypted and the response is encrypted
  • Moved Security preferences from iNotes to Verse
    (Dependent on FP changes that will likely be in Domino 10.0.1 FP2)
    They are added to the Security settings section of the Mail and Calendar Settings page.
    Actions include:
    – Change internet password
    – Upload Notes ID to the user’s mail file
    – Change Notes password
    – Sync Notes ID with the ID vault
    – View info about the Notes ID
    – Delete the Notes ID from the user’s mail file
    – Export/Download the Notes ID from the mail file

What about VOP Next?

  • Set new Calendar event forms UI as the default
  • Move more preferences from iNotes
  • Ability to manage Mail Rules
  • Use Picture URL from user’s Domino Directory document for user avatars in Vese UI
  • Color Coding for messages

Source: HCL presentation: “Best Practices for Maximizing your Investment in Verse on Premises (VOP)” – Barry Rosen (Director of Product Management Digital Solutions)

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SUTOL Symposium 2019 – Looking back

SUTOL Symposium in Prague took place a week after the successful Engage conference in Brussels. This spring event, which is not as technically focused as the autumn SUTOL conference, has been held regularly for 25 years (first organized by Lotus, IBM and SUTOL in the last few years), which is almost unbelievable.

One era is over (IBM) and another is starting because HCL Digital Solutions has become the main partner of the event. Thanks.

The SUTOL Symposium is specific in that most presentations are exclusively in Czech (except for the opening keynote). However, the event was attended by over 100 people. This is a very beautiful number in such a small region.

For this occasion, everyone received a yellow t-shirt and we could make a unique group photo of the “big yellow family”.

A great pleasure was the opening keynote personally presented by Richard Jefts. Richard is the Vice President and General Manager of HCL’s Collaborative Workflow Platform business. As always, it was an interesting presentation with clear goals that HCL had set and fulfilled at a fast pace. He showed plans for the future.

Also arrived Uffe Sorensen (Global Director of DS Strategy at HCL Software). He was not here for the first time. This time as a member of the HCL team.

As always, we have tried to make presentations balanced for both Administrators, Developers, and Notes users.

A detailed program and presentations can be viewed at www.sutol.cz

The full house stayed to the very end and there were many people who told me during the day and especially at the end that the event was very enjoyable and sees the true effort of HCL and hope for the rebirth of Domino/Notes.

During the day, a lot of us posted information from the conference on Twitter and if I look at the feedback on my Twitter, the event has also received a response from abroad. Thanks for the feedback.

At the end of the Symposium, we immediately held an organizational team meeting and booked a date for the autumn technical conference. I will not publish the term yet, but it is again in November. We believe that we will show you Domino / Notes V11, that everything will be under the wings of HCL and there will be a lot of things that could not be published at this time.

  • Thanks again to Richard Jefts and Uffe Sorensen.
  • Thank you to all the colleagues who took care of the presentations.
  • I would like to thank all colleagues who participated in the preparation of the symposium.
  • Especially thanks to everyone who arrived.

Goodbye in November.

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Engage 2019 – Summary

How to start? Simply. Great place, great program, great news, great weather …. but only two days 😉

After a year I went to the Engage conference again. It was my first visit to Brussels and because I knew that the program would be difficult, I started a little earlier, studied the guidebook of Brussels and during Monday he could see the most important places like Square Grand-Place, Manneken-Pis,The Royal Palace, Brussels Park, buildings of the Parlamentarium, the European Parliament and the European Commission, Les Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert, a lot chocolate and truffle shops, waffles, but most of all I was looking forward to the Parc du Cinquantenaire and Autoworld where the conference took place.



After a long drive, it was added a 15 km walk. Completely destroyed, but beer with Czech friends Jan Krejcarek and Martin Pradny and for the assistance of Oliver Busse was a great medicine for a tired body.

The conference could begin…..

The absolute amazing place of the museum of cars captivated me.

Already before the conference, I prepared a list of tracks using a mobile application created by Paul Harrison.

I am not a developer and so I was especially interested in news about Domino / Notes 11, mobile applications, HCL partner program, etc.

The conference was opened by Theo Heselmans. Thanks to him and his wife for organizing such an event. It had to be a lot of work. Big THANKS again!

During the introductory Keynote I got a big surprise when I enjoyed a few seconds of fame in the presentation of MarvelClient Upgrade by Florian Vogler – CEO Panagenda.

More than 80 sessions started after Speed Sponsoring
Note: The great performance of the girls Sharon James and Stephanie Heit from BCC.

Mobile access

  • Domino Mobile Apps on iPhone and Android (will be Beta soon – you can register surveymonkey.com/r/XXBFP6N)
  • Let us open the personal mail DB in Domino Mobile Apps = IN DEVELOPMENT
  • MarvelClient for iOS and Domino Mobile Apps (I hope to be able to test)

Domino/Notes 11

  • Major change – HCL Domino will enforce licenses!
  • New look for Notes 11
  • Multiple Dictionaries Support
  • Meetings > 24 Hour Support
  • Notes client – Export As PDF Support
  • Support for TLS 1.2
  • Open JVM 8 support
  • Sametime 10 entry will be soon
  • Password sync in Domino 11

Others

  • many interesting Round Tables
  • IBM Champions become HCL Masters
  • I met a lot of people “live”. Not only on social networks.

It was much, much more. We have to absorb all this information.

Although very tired, I got into the car right after the conference and repeated (next 11 hours) the experiences of amazing conference.

I’m already looking forward to next year……..

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IBM Domino Mobile Apps for iPad official release. How to install

April 23, 2019 – IBM and HCL released the first official version of Domino Mobile Apps for iPad. The app is available in the Apple App Store

Do you want to know how to easily install the app on your iPad?

What is IBM Domino Mobile Apps

IBM Domino Mobile Apps is a mobile client for the Apple iPad that allows you to work with your Notes Applications. It is available from the Apple App Store. IBM Domino Mobile Apps includes offline replication, touch optimization and extends your Notes Applications with device capabilities.

Limitations

  • The Notes mail application (based on the standard mail template) is not supported.
  • Sharing attachments with other entities such as other iOS applications is not supported.
  • Custom actions that are defined for the drop-down action menu are not available.
  • Importing images into Notes rich text fields is not supported.
  • Domino Mobile Apps network requests are limited to 10 seconds. If latency between the client and a Domino server causes network operations to exceed this limit, then normal operations can fail.
  • The Notes Workspace is not supported.
  • Roaming is not supported.

Requirements

  • iOS 11.4+ or 12.1+ installed on your iPad.
  • IBM Domino 9.0.1 or 10.x or later server that you can access through a virtual private network (VPN) or over the internet.
  • SmartCloud Notes mail users: You must copy your Notes ID file to your iPad. For information, see Setting up Domino Mobile Apps in the cloud.
  • On-premises users: If your ID file is in an ID vault, it is downloaded automatically during setup. If your ID file is not in an ID vault, you’ll need to copy it to your iPad as described

Deployment Domino Mobile Apps on-premises

  • If your Notes ID file is not in an ID vault on a server make a local copy of it on your iPad. The following steps describe how to a copy it from computer using Apple iTunes.
  • Install iTunes on your computer if not already installed
  • Copy your Notes user ID file to you computer
  • Launch iTunes on your computer
  • Connect your computer to your iPad. If PC, use an adapter that allows you to connect
  • From your Mac or PC, select the iPad icon “Tablet” and select Settings/File sharing
  • Select Domino Apps and browse for your Notes ID file and add it
  • Open Domino Mobile Apps on the iPad
  • Use the Client Configuration page that opens and then click Next
  • Enter your name associated with your Notes ID
  • Enter the name of your Domino server. You can use DNS server name
  • Read the Terms and Conditions and click Agree
  • Provide the password for your Notes ID and click Next. If you see a message stating that the ID file can’t be found on the server, browse and select a local copy of the file that you copied to your iPad.
  • Provide the password for your Notes ID and click Next. Wait for the configuration to complete and the Home page to open

Now you can start using IBM Domino Mobile Apps.

You can read about using the app in this POST
Good luck with Domino Mobile Apps

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IBM Verse On-Premises 1.0.7 – What’s new?

  • Enhancements to the calendar event design preview in release 1.0.7
    In IBM Verse 1.0.7, there are several enhancements to the calendar event design preview feature.
  • Enhancements to importing internet calendar events
    In this release, you can import internet calendar events from an .ics file that is attached to a mail message, in addition to importing from an .ics file on your computer. Also, using either import method, you can import up to 100 events from one .ics file. The previous limit was 50 events.
  • Read messages marked as “Prevent copying” or “Keep Private”
    When IBM® Notes® users and IBM iNotes® users send “private” messages that cannot be copied, IBM Verse users can now read those messages. Previously, the messages could be read only through Notes or iNotes.
  • Attachment name used as message subject if no subject provided
    If a new message with an attachment doesn’t include a subject, the attachment name (minus the file extension) is used as the subject. If the message has multiple attachments, the first attachment listed is used.
  • Option to download all attachments at once
    When there are multiple attachments in a message, a Download All option is available to download all of them at once. Previously, you had to download each attachment separately.
  • Improved integration of forwarding addresses
    When a person has a forwarding address – used to deliver mail to an external address – the person’s forwarding address and primary directory address can now both be shown.
  • Filter by unread messages after searching
    You can now filter search results to show only unread messages. Previously, you could show unread messages only for the entire Inbox or an entire folder.
  • Clearer prompt to search directory when using typeahead
    When you use typeahead in an addressing field to find names, the prompt to search the directory is clearer.
  • Support for right-to-left languages
    A preference is now available that enables you to use right-to-left languages such as Arabic and Hebrew.
  • Preview of improved experience for web browser access on mobile devices
    A preview feature provides an improved experience for users who access IBM Verse from browsers on mobile devices. Administrators enable the feature on servers. Once enabled, the improvements are immediately available to users after logging on to Verse using the browser on their mobile devices. This preview feature is available for Safari on iOS devices and Chrome on Android devices.
  • Enhancements for developers
    IBM Verse 1.0.7 provides the following enhancements for developers.

IBM Verse on-Premises 1.0.7 Documentation: LINK

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Panagenda Application Insights – new valid licence (how to deploy)

For Domino users who use or want to implement a free licence Panagenda Application Insights is available a valid license until April 10, 2020.
You can download the license from this LINK

How to replace an existing license that ends April 10?

Log in to your Application Insights and select “System configuration” from the menu
Select “Licence” from the menu
Insert the new license file you downloaded
You can now use Application Insights for another year for free until April 10, 2020

Previous post: Panagenda Application Insights – how to deploy

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Panagenda Application Insights – how to deploy

Application Insight is one of Panagenda’s products, one of the tools for analyzing Domino environments. This is not a new product that is closely related to Domino 10 but is certainly capable of helping in deciding on the transition to Domino 10. In addition, customers who have valid IBM support can get this product for free.

At this time a license is available until April 2019.

What do you get?

  • detailed analysis of the Domino environment, application utilization, and used code in selected Notes applications
  • which applications are most used
  • which applications are not used and can be archived
  • which applications are read-only and can be archived
  • number of documents per application
  • when the application was last used
  • what applications are used by individual departments
  • which applications are used from web browsers
  • do applications with the same templates have the same code?
  • do the replicas have the same design?
  • information about the number of design elements per application
  • analyze LotusScript code, @Formula, Java, and JavaScript in each application

Implementation and configuration

  • Virtual Machine (VMWarevSphere, VMWareWorkstation or Microsoft Hyper-V)
  • 4 Cores, 8GB RAM, 120GB disk (up to 10,000 users)
  • generated license
  • AI ID and Domino Server Configuration

Application Insights Virtual Image

  • CentOS 7.3
  • Docker 17 CE
  • Docker Compose 1.11
  • Tomcat 8 Application Server
  • Node JS6 Application Server
  • Nginx 1.11 Reverse Proxy Server
  • Java 8 Virtual Machine
  • PostGre SQL9.6 Relational Database Server
  • Domino 9.0.1 Linux 64 Bit binaries

How to deploy Panagenda Application Insights

Open the product web page https://www.panagenda.com/applicationinsights-panagenda. Click the button “Download now”. Make a registration and then download the virtual machine you selected. Then download license “ai_entitlement_IBM_official_valid_until_04_2019.xml“. In the picture on the bottom left “Key File”. You can also download the license from this link: http://tinyurl.com/y9cxs2f5. You need an IBM ID.

Panagenda Application Insights website

I chose VMWare. In a few steps, we will implement our ESX server.

Deploy new virtual machin
Select the downloaded file with the virtual machine
You can leave the default settings. Just check the disk settings. Disk Format: We recommend to choose “Thick Provision Eager Zeroed”

After creating the virtual machine, start it and configure the server to your network environment. This means setting the IP address and hostname.

Log in as “root” with the password listed in the documentation.
In order to start the GUI locally, enter the command “startx”
Select “Network Connections”
Select “Wired connection”
Set the Method: “Manual” and IP address, Gateway, DNS server. Then restart the virtual machine to make configuration changes.

After you restart the server, start your web browser. Enter the server name or IP address with Application Insights. We configure AI.

Prepare your AI license, and then generate a ID for the Application Insights user on the Domino server. Using this ID, the app will scan your data from your Domino servers.

The user needs these permissions:

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  • Single Notes ID file with access (cross certification) to all servers in scope
  • Reader access to at least one Domino Directory per Domain
  • Reader access to all servers’ log.nsf databases
  • Reader access to all servers’ catalog.nsf databases
  • Reader access to all servers’ domlog.nsf databases where enabled
  • “Full Remote Console Administrator” access on all servers
  • Designer access to all databases where design should be analyzed

Domino server requirements:

  • Statlog task scheduled on all servers
  • Catalog task scheduled on all servers
  • INI file entry LOG_DISABLE_SESSION_INFO must not be set to 1
  • “Domlog.nsf” enabled and “Access log format” set to “Extended Common” (names.nsf > Server Document > Internet Protocols… > HTTP)
  • MIME types “image/*”, “text/css” and “text/javascript” can be excluded
Select “System Setup & Scope Definition” for setup
Log in as “config” with the password listed in the documentation
Insert an AI license file
After validating the license, continue with the settings
Step through the next steps
Upload user.id file
Domino Server Settings. Start new Domino Server Discovery – this option provides a comfortable way to add several servers to the ApplicationInsights analysis
The Domino server discovery starts at the server that you enter in the Entry server host name/IP field. This server’s Domino Directorywill be scanned for further server documents. You will get a notification in case the ApplicationInsights Notes ID doesn’t have sufficient rights to access the defined entry server.
Check Server Access. Clicking on the link Check Server Access on the Domino Server Settings Result page leads to results.

Please ensure that columns SrV (Server Access), LA (Log.nsf Access), CaA (Catalog.nsf Access), NA (Domino Directory Access), StA (Statlog.nsf access) and CA (Console Access) are showing “OK”.
Content Packages. ApplicationInsights contains the following Content Packages: Domino Server Basics, Database Catalog, Session Activity, Domino Web Log, Directory/NAB Content.
Follow the steps below
To configure the Content Packages Domino Server Basics, Database Catalog, and Session Activity you only have to choose your desired servers from the list of Available Servers
Select server with Database Catalog
Configure Directory/NAB Content. This content package collects all Person, Group and Mail-In documents from selected Domino directories.
Once you’ve finished, you can review or change the previous settings.
Then, the data collection analysis is automatically initiated.

Now you need to wait at least one day before the first data analysis results are displayed

We will look at the results in the next post.

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IBM Notes/Domino 10.0.1 Fix Pack 1 Preliminary Release Notice

IBM Notes/Domino 10.0.1 FP1 is in its planning stages and will be recommended to all customers.

Notes/Domino 10.0.1 FP1 contains fixes for approximately 30 known issues, of which are listed below.

10.0.1 Fix Pack 1 Fix List descriptions

Notes client:

  • SPR #DDOOB69PP9 – Fixed the issue where ViewColumn painter was unable to paint the ViewColumnHeader labels. This is a regression beginning in 9.0.1FP10.
  • SPR #JOHNAXJGW9 – Fixed a Notes startup issue after a widget is installed by a non-admin user, in a multi-user notes setup. This is a regression beginning in Notes 901FP10.
  • SPR #RTAJB6VCN7 – Fixed a tab selection issue where after moving a tab, the selection changes to a previous tab. This is regression beginning in 901FP10.
  • SPR #PALTB6KRVW – Fix for REDIM of lotus script long arrays causing subscript out of range errors. This regression was introduced in 10.0.
  • SPR #RTAJB6VCN7 – Fixed a tab selection issue where after moving a tab, the selection changes to a previous tab. This regression was introduced in 901FP10.
  • SPR #PHAN8A2EHH – Fixed an issue where opening an XPages application in the Notes client (XPiNC) takes too long for the first launch. This regression was introduced in 9.0.1 FP10.
  • SPR #SSIRB75N2S – Fix to retain the default font set by end user, which used to get reset.
  • SPR #MMNDB7JV7N – Fixed a Notes client crash when the user opens a document in an application and clicks the Next button for the next document.
  • SPR #PPUEB6ULGR – Client: Fixed a problem where “Entry Not Found In Index” error was seen on first launch of Notes Client after upgrading to 10.0.1 from 10.0.
  • SPR# PPRNB6ZGTB – Fixed an error on Mac Client where re-selecting one Sametime Meeting room after closing the same meeting room showed “Cannot connect to meeting Server”.
  • SPR# JPKRB76U2X – Fixed an issue with Mac client crashing when running any java agent/code. This is a regression beginning in Notes 10.0.1
  • SPR# STAAB9J78T – Fixed an issue where the database Repair function didn’t work after Japanese Language Pack was applied.

Programmability :

  • SPR #PALTB87SDQ – Fixed an issue with Lotus Script Redim not working correctly on Lotus Script Long arrays which were causing functional failures. This is regression beginning in 901FP10.
  • SPR #PALTB6KRVW – Fix for REDIM of lotus script long arrays causing subscript out of range errors. This regression was introduced in 10.0.
  • SPR# PALTB87PXJ – Fixed an issue in LotusScript NotesRichTextNavigator FindAndReplace method where it would fail if run more than one time after upgrading to 10.0.1. This is a regression beginning in 10.0.1.
  • SPR# SKSWB89MGH – Fixed an issue where LotusScript function NotesJsonArray.getNthElement(index) always returned the first element
  • SPR #MKENB75H4A – Fixed a race condition in LSX Module handling that may lead to a crash with invalid Critical Section Handles.
  • SPR #DCONB5MKZL – Fixed the issue in Lotus script editor where newly added Lotusscript classes were appearing in ALLCAPS.
  • SPR #JCUSB75MMC – Fixed an issue with DQL when the range (<, ,+, >, >=) term ANDed with at leat one other term finds all documents when it should find none.
  • SPR #JCUSB76KF4 – Fixed an issue with coupled DQL range (<, ,+, >, >=) term (with both high and low bounds provided) ANDed with at leat one other term finds all documents when it should find none.
  • SPR #JCUSB7DR5L – Fixed an error with DQL with the substition variables used in the IN ALL () syntax fail with a compile error.
  • SPR #JCORB93PEY – Fixed an issue with DQL where calling Database.createDominoQuery on Linux resulted in Unsatisfied Link Error.

Server:

  • SPR #RJTOB9ANCA – Fixed an issue where Delete Person action in Domino Directory request with the option “Delete mail replicas on all others server” may fail with a File Does Not Exist error listing admin4.nsf.”. This occurs if the server is not part of a cluster. This is documented under Technote #0872404. This is a regression beginning in 10.0.
  • SPR #AGUDB6JNUX – Fixed an issue with “AUTCAT java class not found” error.
  • SPR #VMRUB6LR6X – Fixed a server crash that could occur in a nifnsf enabled database having a corrupt .ndx file.
  • SPR #HPUTB5PEKZ – Fixed a missing online meeting password in an update notice when a meeting with online meeting details is updated by Chair.
  • SPR #GRHEB7ET5U – Fixed an issue where two domino servers saving the same attachment to DAOS with DAOS encryption disabled create files with the same name but different file headers (and therefore different checksums). While this does not cause any problems for Domino or DAOS, it prevented some 3rd party de-duplication storage devices from being able to eliminate redundant copies of any given .nlo. This change ensures that any new DAOS objects which are created will have a consistent file format and that an attachment stored to DAOS will have the same name and checksum regardless of which Domino server creates it.
  • SPR #LIBAB59NUY – The ability to enable the upload of a notes ID to the mail file via iNotes can now be enabled on the server using the notes.ini of ENABLE_IDUPLOAD_FOR_SAML=1.
  • SPR#JBUDB6NMJ6 – Restrictions on the length of JVM arguments passed to the JVM on AIX / IBM i platforms caused Tika attachment filtering to fail to load. This fix allows Tika to load though a side-effect is that some additional Tika-related debug may appear in the live server console only. The additional debug is not written to the console log file on disk.
  • SPR #RGAU9VLHT3 – On the domino server set the following notes.ini (DISABLE_SAML_FLAG=1) to allow for an ID vault sync with a SAML user via the SecIdfget function.

iNotes:

  • SPR #RRENB6SK4D- Fixed an issue in Firefox that spell check inserts unexpected new line into sentences with misspelled words and misspelled words cannot be replaced if signature is already inserted into rich text editor.
  • SPR #NKEYB6WPCR – Fixed a problem that suggested words in spell check dialog is not selectable when using Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 7.
  • SPR #TKAAB6F58P – Fix a problem where the focus is not set when a new mail notification appears on IE11.
  • SPR #ASHHB55CB6 – Fixed a problem where a special type of nested folders disappears in the dialog box of a folder operation.
  • SPR #SAHEB6SEQB – When using INI iNotes_WA_AmbigDefNoSelection, the OK button will not be initially focused and no candidate will be initially selected on an ambiguous dialog box.
  • SPR #JALAAQZLBL – Fixed a problem where a line break is lost in the body text when a mailto link is clicked on the received message.