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Knowing Your Limits

One of the other notes admins ( Thanks Kev ) where I work was troubleshooting an archiving problem and came across an interesting limitation.  The user was selecting documents and using the ‘Archive Selected Documents’ option and coming up with

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A9 Search

I had my first search referal from A9 today and to tell the truth this was the first time I had heard of this search engine. It has been created by Amazon and uses Google as it’s backend with extra

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Sync Your PDA without Sync Software

OR : How Standards Saved The Day. I had an unusual request yesterday, a user had purchased a new Palm based PDA and they wanted their addressbook and calendar put onto the device but they didn’t want the deviced placed

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More New Toys

Ed Brill is not the only one who’s been out buying new toys this week. I’ve been doing a little online shopping of my own and I purchased a lovely new home computer to add to my ever growing collection.

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Watch Your Language

There is a great article in the notes.net today ezine about multi language applications within Lotus notes written by Dan O’Connor, a fellow Irish man now working for Lotus. The article describes how you can use the new Language Packs

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Web Content Management Systems

Can anybody help. I’m searching for a Domino based Web Content Management System. I’d need full control over the look and feel of the web site and some sort of approval process for new content entered into the system. Oh,

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Older than the Pyramids

This weekend I had the opportunity to visit, not just Ireland’s oldest man made structure but quite possibly the worlds oldest man made ‘Large Scale’ structure. Predating the pyramids by about 500 years this is one place that should have

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