After minor issues, IBM together with HCL CWP Development, re-released Group 1 for Domino 10. These languages are: English, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Brazilian, Spanish.
You can find language packs at Passport Advantage and see are Part Number packages.
Client V10.0.1 Multilingual User Interface for Windows (Group 1)
v10.0.1 for Windows French
v10.0.1 for Windows Spanish
v10.0.1 for Windows German
v10.0.1 for Windows Italian
v10.0.1 for Windows Brazilian Portuguese
v10.0.1 for Windows Japanese
v10.0.1 for Windows Korean
v10.0.1 for Windows Simplified Chinese
v10.0.1 for Windows Traditional Chinese
v10.0.1 Mac 64 bit French, Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish
v10.0.1 Mac 64 bit German and Italian
v10.0.1 Mac 64 bit Japanese and Korean
v10.0.1 Mac 64 bit Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese
IBM Notes and
Domino Designer V10.0.1 for Windows Spanish
Domino Designer and Admin V10.0.1 for Windows German
IBM Notes and
Domino Designer V10.0.1 for Windows Italian
and Domino Designer V10.0.1 for Windows Brazilian Portuguese
Domino Designer and Admin V10.0.1 for Windows French
Domino Designer and Admin V10.0.1 for Windows Japanese
Domino Designer and Admin V10.0.1 for Windows Korean
Domino Designer and Admin V10.0.1 for Windows Simplified Chinese
Domino Designer and Admin V10.0.1 for Windows Traditional Chinese
Server v10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux German
Server v10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux Korean
Server v10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux Simplified Chinese
Server v10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux Spanish
Server v10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX and Linux French
Server v10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux Traditional Chinese
Server v10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX and Linux Japanese
Server v10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux Italian
Server v10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux Brazilian Portuguese
Server V10.0.1 64 bit for Windows German
Server V10.0.1 64 bit for Windows Korean
Server V10.0.1 64 bit for Windows Simplified Chinese
Server V10.0.1 64 bit for Windows Spanish
Server V10.0.1 64 bit for Windows French
Server V10.0.1 64 bit for Windows Traditional Chinese
Server V10.0.1 64 bit for Windows Japanese
Server V10.0.1 64 bit for Windows Italian
Server V10.0.1 64 bit for Windows Brazilian Portuguese
IBM mail support for MS Outlook (IMSMO) is a tool that allows MS Outlook users to synchronize mail, calendar with Domino server. This is not a new tool, but with Domino 10 it has undergone some configuration changes, especially on the server side.
Important change: The server components required for IMSMO are installed with the Traveler server. Installing the IBM mail server add-on (IMSA) is no longer necessary.
So let’s look at the basic configuration
What components we need:
Domino 10.0.0 or 10.0.1
Traveler 10.0.0 or 10.0.1
MS Outlook 2010 – 2016. I used MS Outlook 2013 Czech Version
IMSMO Client 188.8.131.52
What is needed (minimum) on the server:
enable SSL for HTTP
basic session authentication on Domino Web Engine
enable REST services
What is needed (minimum) for user:
A mail replica on the Traveler server.
A valid internet address, set in the user’s person document
A valid internet password, set in the user’s person document
The user’s Notes ID must be in an ID Vault
Suppose we have a Domino 10 server installed, Traveler 10, created replicas of users’ DBs that will use IMSMO. Furthermore, we already have SSL enabled for HTTP. NOTE: It is better to disable HTTP on port 80 (Server Document/Ports/Internet Ports/Web).
We will use a simple configuration for testing without using Internet sites.
Add the setting NTS_OUTLOOK_ONLY=true to the Traveler server notes.ini file
Not required: By default, Traveler removes all of its notes.ini values if uninstalled. If you want the notes.ini values to remain in the event that you uninstall, set NTS_PRESERVE_PROPS=true in the server notes.ini.file
From the Domino® Administrator client, open the Traveler server and click the Configuration tab.Select Configurations then click the Edit Configuration. Click the Router/SMTP – Basics tab and set the variable “SMTP allowed within the local internet domain” to Disabled
Enabling REST services. Open the server document. Select the Internet Protocols tab, then select Domino Web Engine. In the Domino Access Services section of the form, select the Enabled services drop-down menu. In the Select Keywords dialog, add Mail and Freebusy using the New keyword field. Restart the server’s HTTP task.
Install MS Outlook. For example, version 2013
Install IMSMO Client 184.108.40.206. You can download the file from IBM Passport Advantage site
Start Outlook and create a new profile:
After a few minutes, folders, mail, calendar, and contacts sync to Outlook.
For more information and configuration options outside this basic setup, refer to the Domino 10 documentation.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
Domino 10.0.1 now allows for easier configuration of SSL ciphers. The SSL cipher options are in the Security tab of Internet Site documents or in the Ports tab of Server documents. Now clearly list all of the supported SSL ciphers, in order of strength Note that the
RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA cipher is categorized as a weak cipher as of Domino 10. This is a change from Domino 9.0.1.
SPR #RREN8G2N6L – Fixed a printing defect that caused the printed output to be different thant what was being displayed on screen for a MIME email message. For example, if hide details was selected to suppress the to/cc list, that info would print out. With this fix, it will remain suppressed.
SPR #SJCN8K6KYX – Vertical Scroll bars will now appear in mail preferences Mail signature rich text dialog if typing in a longer signature. This will allow the user to scroll up and down making it easier to edit the signature
SPR #BHUY7PEEQ9 – Notes 10.0 will now spellcheck across multiple languages on windows in a single document. This feature is not available on the mac. This feature is on by default and can be disabled with a new ini SPELL_DISABLE_MULTIPLE_LANG_CHECK=1
SPR #CSMHAG9M5K – Fixed numerous display issues with Notes client on 4k displays
SPR #NKAH9RWEK9 – Fixed an issue with blank/generic icons appearing for shortcut link attachments. On Windows, a user can create a shortcut link to a file. This shortcut has the icon of the associated program. Prior to this fix, if the shortcut was attached in a rich text field in Notes, the icon would be a generic icon. This was a regression introduced in 9.0.
SPR #TYITA548NJ – Fixed an issue in iNotes related to auto-save that would lead to either duplicate attachments being sent or multiple attachments beginning with ATTxxx in the attachment name. These duplicate attachments would show up in sent or draft mail.
SPR #ZKCO8ZZ9ZU – Increased the block sender list by 10x. Now if you choose the action for [Deliver Sender’s mail to Junk] you can add 10 times as many senders/users to the list
SPR #MWID7LWRJ7 – Fixed an issue where the ini ShowPreviewCollapsedInitially=1 would not honor all cases of collapsing the preview pane in the mail inbox. Now this ini can be pushed out via policy and handle all cases for primary user or mail file delegate
SPR #MPAA6PQCHK – Added support for the Notes client to send mail directly to an SMTP server that supports STARTTLS. Prior to this fix, sending SMTP outbound mail directly to the internet using Notes Client with an SSL enabled account yielded an SSL handshake error. Both client and template code were modified for this fix
SPR #MJTM9R2P8P – Fixed a potential crash involving both Domino and Traveler when a bad document was encountered
SPR #MIAS99HP2S – Fixed a potential Domino Server hang that could occur with databases that were <ODS 51
SPR #LMAN7QPHSU – Fixed mail policy Sender Colors to accept multiple values. Before this fix, the policy would not work if it contained more than one sender name.
SPR #KLIN5GHRZR – Fixed an LDAP performance issue. The Domino LDAP server has slow response time when search filters contain attributes that are telephone numbers. This fix enables LDAP queries to use FT index for locating the telephonenumber attribute. It can be enabled by adding LDAPUseFTSearchTelephone=1 to the INI file. One caveat is that the search must match the telephone number exactly, including parentheses, dashes, or other non-numeric characters.
SPR #TOCL9DVN4K – Prior to this fix, if the 64k limit of password reset authorities was exceeded, password authorities would be removed. After this fix, an error is displayed instead, and no password reset authorities are removed.
SPR #MZHO7PM4CC – Fixed an issue that would prevent mail routing to occur If mail.box was being repaired when router is started.
SPR #HSPR9DKAAT – Fixed a potential Domino Server crash in database code
SPR #DCOE7X7L3W – Corrected an issue that would show an incorrect warning that would not go away after running Fixup. The message was, WARNING: Residual form bucket bitmap optimization failed validation test. Please run fixup on this database.
SPR #JEKY5ARNPA – Soft deletions are now maintained when creating a new replica. This fix is off by default and can be enabled with the new ini REPL_SOFT_DELETES. To enable the fix, set REPL_SOFT_DELETES=1.
SPR #MLAT9FTTE4 – Fixed a policy issue in pubnames.ntf which would prevent the discover page from being suppressed on Notes client