This is an announcement many of you have been waiting for... Public beta of Lotus Notes 8.5 -- for the Mac!
Created: Friday, 11 January 2008
|When you create a new application in a Lotus Notes® 8 client or on a Lotus® Domino® 8 server, you find the on-disk structure (ODS) remains at 43, the ODS version introduced in Notes/Domino 6. Running Compact or Compact -c against the application does not upgrade the ODS as that command did in previous releases of the Notes client and Domino server.|
|The default behavior for the on-disk structure has been changed in Notes/Domino 8. The new ODS version for Notes/Domino 8 is 48, but that ODS version is not enabled by default for new or upgraded applications.|
|You must add the parameter CREATE_R8_DATABASES=1 to the notes.ini file to enable ODS 48 (Version 8) as the default. Detailed steps and information are below. For more information, refer to the topic "Domino's On-Disk Structure" in the Domino Administrator documentation. |
For the Domino 8 server, upgrade applications residing on the server as follows:
For the Notes 8 client, upgrade applications residing on the client as follows:
Created: Wednesday, 28 November 2007
So you say you have a great idea on how to improve Lotus software products that you want to share with others? Idea Jam is the place to post it. Others can then promote, demote and offer feedback about your idea. Popular ideas will bubble to the top.
Created: Wednesday, 21 November 2007
Telnet is now made an optional component in Vista (and Longhorn Servers). This means if you type telnet in command shell, you will be out of luck.
To get this usefull tool back, you can use the software explorer or Click Start, ControlPanel, Programs, and then Turn Windows Features on or off. In the list, scroll down and select Telnet Client. Click OK to start the installation.
As time has passed, fewer users use telnet. Thus, to decrease the foot print as well as the attack surface, we decided to make it an optional component.
for more infos see this MS website .