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Multiple Lotus Traveler Accounts on iPhone? Watch Out…

Now that the new iPhone operating system ( iOS 4 ) supports multiple ActiveSync accounts you may be tempted to point to more then one IBM Lotus Traveler, for example your corporate Lotus Traveler server and the one on the

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Unhiding the hidden ‘hidden input’ control in XPages

There is a new control type in 8.5.1 that for some reason is hidden and this is the ‘Hidden Input’ control. When doing web development it is quite common to include hidden fields on a webpage that are then submitted

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Lotus Traveler Bounce Database

There are two ways of installing your Lotus Traveler infrastructure. You can install a single Lotus Traveler server that your users can connect to and it will read the users mailfile from whatever Domino server the mailfile happens to sit

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Configuring Advanced Traveler 8.5.1 Settings on the iPhone Part 2

In part one I showed you how to use the iPhone Configuration Utility to duplicate the settings that IBM are using for IBM Lotus Notes Traveler’s default configuration but the iPhone Configuration Utility has a LOT more to it and

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Configuring Advanced Traveler 8.5.1 Settings on the iPhone Part 1

So in my last blog entry I mentioned just how simple it was to get up and running with IBM Lotus Traveler on the Apple iPhone. If you just want the basics out of the box with syncing of email,

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IBM Lotus Traveler 8.5.1 On The iPhone

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few months you’ll know that in the upcoming IBM Lotus Traveler 8.5.1 release, support for the Apple iPhone has been added. This is probably one of the most important

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