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.
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 126.96.36.199
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 188.8.131.52. 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.
What interesting news can you find in IBM Notes 10 Mail? I allowed myself to choose a few helpful features.
New By Sender view categorizes messages received by sender. Unlike the Inbox, it contains all messages you’ve received,even ones that you’ve moved to folders. You need the IBM Notes 10 mail template (mail10.ntf).
Schedule when messages are delivered. You can schedule a message to be delivered at a specific date and time. For example, you can send a message on the afternoon but schedule it to be delivered next day. You need the IBM Notes 10 mail template (mail10.ntf). The administrator must allow this option with a policy.
Keep multiple forwarded messages separate. You can select multiple messages in your Inbox and forward them as .eml attachments. You need the IBM Notes 10 mail template (mail10.ntf).
Second signature for replying and forwarding. You can create a mail signature to use just when you reply to or forward messages. This feature comes in handy if you use a more concise version when you reply to or forward messages. You need the IBM Notes 10 mail template (mail10.ntf).
Larger Junk Mail Senders list. Your Junk Mail Senders List can now contain up to 300 KB of data for addresses, 10 times more than before. You need the IBM Notes 10 mail template (mail10.ntf).S
Send mail errors and warnings. Administrator has the option to put limits on messages that you send, such as limits on the number of attachments or recipients. When you send a message that exceeds more than one of these limits, you’ll see all error or warnings messages at once.