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Notes Sucks! I can’t even get a cup of coffee.

Yesterday the @NotesDevTips twitter account tweeted about not using the ‘click to sort’ option in lookup views based on a suggestion that I gave them. The reason for the suggestion was due to what I found when I looked at

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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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Some 8.5.1 Designer features I’m really liking

Now that we are allowed talk about 8.5.1 a bit more publically I wanted to show off a few Designer features that I really like… Line Numbers This feature did exist in 8.5.0 but it was not everywhere. Now in

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Google Desktop Search Causes Notes SmartUpgrade Failure.

Just a quick break in the Learning XPages series to tell you about a Lotus Notes 8.5 installation issue that I came across today. As John mentioned on his blog this morning, the week we got back from Lotusphere he

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Why I’d Love To See Full DXL Support in Lotus Notes

At the ‘Ask The Developers’ session at Lotusphere the first questions was one that the developers were expected and that was to fix DXL in Lotus Notes. Now Brent Peters has detailed on his blog that it is being looked

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Domino Configuration Tuner and Vista’s UAC Don’t Mix

Normally the first thing I do with a Windows Vista machine is turn off the User Account Control ( UAC ) that pops up that wonderful ‘Windows Needs Your Permission’ message when ever you try to do anything useful with

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