This session is going to cover the future
of the Domino roadmap. Starting with some highlights of Domino 7
an important message is that many vendors have already released tools that
work with ND7 so there are very few reason not to upgrade while there are
loads of reasons to upgrade like a improved TCO, better performance, easier
administration with DDM, better policies and Activity Trends.
Coming Soon : Smart Upgrade ‘Run
As Admin’ install utility. This can repackage the install kit so that it
can run on any computer even if the user does not have admin privilages.
7.0.1 is due in Feb. One new feature
is that Max mailfile size enforment at router which can prevent delivery
of mail to large mailfile.
Domino Next :
Support for Hannover client
World class portal-based user experience
Extent Domino leadership in messaging
Smart Upgrade will support moving client
Domino server will include the Hannover
client provisioning server
Extended polices to support Hannover
and workplace capabilities.
Support for provisioning composit apps
Support for Domain keys to help reduce
Direct support for MS-TNEF
Improved support for Mime/html emails.
SpamGuru will be included. Users
can classify mails as spam and the server will rank incoming emails to
see if they should be deleted, moved to JunkMail or just deliver as normal.
Mail recall will now be part of the
product with policies that can specify how old messages can be or if read
messages can be recalled.
New version of DDM. more automation.
Broader exposure admin API’s,
AdminP can rename/delete users up to
50 times fast
AdminP can update users client side
bookmarks if you move a database on the server ( using the admin client
Support for snapshot backups.
simplified RSS and Atom feed generation
MIME and HTMl api’s
Unread Mark API’s
More DXL work.
More APIs – mail, calendar etc.
ability to call web services from domino
Domino 7.0.2 will support running on
Windows 64bit OS. Domino Next will fully support 64bit OS’s while the 32bit
platforms will still be fully supported ( unlike the next version of Exchange