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Digital Solutions | November 23, 2021
How to Create Application Icons in Domino 12.0.1
In the Notes and Domino release of version 12.0.1 (coming soon!), we have updated the ability to display 64 x 64 px application icons in the workspace.
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Digital Solutions | August 18, 2021
New Tech Updates for HCL Domino, Notes, Traveler, Verse, and Connections
While you may have been on a summer vacation, we at HCL have been busy improving our products! Here is a small overview of what happened in the last couple of weeks and what you can expect soon from your most favorite collaboration platform. 
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Digital Solutions | May 27, 2021
Customer Success Case Study for Nolte Küchen, GmbH
A new customer success story was recently released by panagenda and was subsequently published by the HCL marketing team. The story outlines the dramatic improvements of the HCL Notes client management and improved upgrade processes for a German manufacturing company, Nolte Küchen. Below is a quote from their team lead who manages the Notes and Domino environment for the company.  “With panagenda's MarvelClient solution, a version upgrade for our entire organization took a fraction of the time — weeks instead of months — that it used to take.”  —Dr. Dirk Kirchhoff, Nolte Küchen The company has been a long-time Domino shop, first deploying the collaboration and communication platform in 1997. However, by 2010, they had a sprawling set of inconsistent client deployments across the organization. This was causing issues with IT support troubleshooting and making subsequent client upgrades a nightmare. After deploying the MarvelClient solution the IT group was able to successfully identify the non-standard HCL Notes client configurations on all computers and quickly implement a fixup campaign to push out a common install.  Helpdesk calls were reduced, and client performance improved for all users. As stated by their team lead, “MarvelClient suddenly provided us with full visibility into the current Notes client environment and highlighted the potential problems cause by a mixed bag of inconsistent installs.”  To download a copy of the customer case study from panagenda, click here.  The case study has also been published on the HCL website  for your reference.  Enabling a Smooth and Speedy HCL Notes Client Upgrade  For those customers who have not upgraded their HCL Notes clients in years, and are subsequently out of practice with the processes and procedures to ensure a smooth experience for their end users, we can help. The MarvelClient Upgrade solution empowers organizations to optimize their HCL Notes client management and standardize all user installs with a consistent configuration. If any client settings or modifications are made through user error, they will be rectified and reset to the standard, supported configurations on the next restart of the HCL Notes client. These automated restore functions enable any organization to ensure a consistent environment for their users and reduce the number of IT...
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Digital Solutions | November 16, 2020
Updates Regarding HCL Notes v11 on Apple Big Sur
Apple officially released macOS Big Sur, its latest operating system, on Nov 12. We are aware that customers were unable to run the HCL Notes v11/11.0.1 client on a Mac after upgrading. Various fixes have been applied to allow HCL Notes to run on Big Sur. You can read our tech note here. This has all been resolved. The fix pack is available on Flexnet.
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Digital Solutions | October 8, 2020
HCL Domino Notes Client 11 New Feature
Last January 2020, we launched a new version of Domino Notes Client (V11) which contains cleaner and modernized UI, minimalist menus, simplified forms and user experience improvements for Mail.  
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Digital Solutions | August 19, 2020
Domino Document Deletion Logging: How to Solve for Missing Documents
As a Domino Administrator you might have been asked by your users, “Where is this specific email!?” It has been a long-standing issue with older versions of Domino when an important document goes missing in an application used by multiple users, with no way to identify who/what/when/how a certain document was deleted. Fear no more! Domino document deletion logging is now a feature that was made available starting from Domino v10. You now have the ability to explain what might happen to the document they are looking for.  So, how can you implement it? It’s as simple as running compact task on a database, literally! A new compact task option is available to enable logging of data about deleted documents in databases that you specify. Here are the key requirements for such feature.  Use Domino v10 and above. Have transaction logging enabled. Run compact task against the database that you want to monitor:   load compact <database path> -dl on "<comma separated list of items>"  where <database path> is a specific database or a directory of databases, relative to the data directory, for example, mail or discussion.nsf.   <comma separated list of items> is a list of fields to show in the logs to help you identify deleted documents. The fields must be one of these types: Text, Text_List, RFC822_Text, or Time. Suggested fields for mail documents are Subject, SendTo, From, and DeliveredDate. If you have custom fields on a document, you can use them as well.  The data is logged to a deletion log file called delete.log, which is located under the server Data directory, IBM_TECHNICAL_SUPPORT folder. When documents are deleted from a database, entries are added to that file.  When the server is restarted, a new deletion log file is created. Old deletion log files are renamed to delete_<servername>_yyyy_mm_dd@hh_mm_ss.log; for example: delete_Server1\Renovations_2020_01_10@06_28_45.log  Deleting a document from a database adds an entry to the current deletion log file with the following data. This data is provided in a CSV-compatible format.  Data in deletion log entry ...
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Digital Solutions | September 6, 2019
Domino v11: Your Questions Answered
During the August 7, 2019, Domino V11 “Let’s Get Real about Domino” webcast, we covered a lot of ground. Andrew Manby, HCL Software’s AVP of Product Management, presented our up-to-date roadmap for our #dominoforever journey and what it means for developers, administrators, and business users. You had a lot of questions! And we answer them here. To be informed of future updates, please subscribe to our newsletter.
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