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Found an interesting entry in the Notes/Domino 8 forum where a user called Rupert Clayton posted a method to

    * enable LZ1 compression
    * enable document data compression
    * enable design compression

all with one single compact command "load compact -ZU -n -v -C mail".  It is documented for 8.5 but works in 8.0.2 as well although I cannot find it in the admin help or the release notes.



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From the Admin Help:

Support for direct dialup modem (X.PC) connections is available only in releases of Domino earlier than release 8.5. You may continue to use Domino Administrator 8.5 to configure and maintain direct dialup modem support, but only on servers running pre-8.5 releases.

Wow... that took a long time :-), but finaly they are gone.



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If you need to map a network drive (on a windows OS) via LotusScript you can create a WScript.Network object and use the MapNetworkDrive function:

 

Set x = CreateObject("WScript.Network")
x.MapNetworkDrive strLocalName, strRemoteName, [bUpdateProfile], [strUser], [strPassword]

strLocalName

String value indicating the name by which the mapped drive will be known locally.

strRemoteName

String value indicating the share's UNC name (\\xxx\yyy).

bUpdateProfile

Optional. String value indicating whether the mapping information is stored in the current user's profile. If bUpdateProfile is supplied and has a value of true, the mapping is stored in the user profile (the default is false).

strUser

Optional. String value indicating the user name. You must supply this argument if you are mapping a network drive using the credentials of someone other than the current user.

strPassword

Optional. String value indicating the user password. You must supply this argument if you are mapping a network drive using the credentials of someone other than the current user.

 

Example:

Set x = CreateObject("WScript.Network")
x.MapNetworkDrive "x:","\\8.8.8.8\acmeshare", False, "acme\user001","myPassWord"



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A new feature has been added to Notes 8.0.2 that allows customers to install the 8.0.2 Notes Standard client, but launch the Basic client based on a Notes.ini parameter UseBasicNotes=1.  This notes.ini parameter will allow external programs that launch notes, such as a MailTo: URL, or launching an NSF file directly, to launch notes in Basic mode if UseBasicNotes=1 is set in the Notes.ini.  This will allow customers to rollout a single package, but define which users will launch Basic vs Standard via this notes.ini parameter.  For example, if a machine does not meet the hardware requirements of 8.0.2 Standard, but does for Basic, this will allow the client to launch in Basic mode until hardware has been upgraded,  By default, this parameter is not in the notes.ini and will launch the Standard client if it is omitted or set to 0.  Notes.ini parameters can be pushed out via administrative policy, which make it easier for customers to centrally control this feature.

(The part above is from Ed Brills Blog.)

You can also create a shortcut to start the Notes client and add one of the following switches -sa or -basic.

For example: C:\Program Files\Lotus\Notes\notes.exe -sa. 

If you use a multiuser installation please have a look on technote 1318037.



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IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.0.2 delivers improvements on top of the features and capabilities that Notes and Domino have historically delivered, and you have come to depend upon to improve your business effectiveness.

New features of IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.0.2:

  • Provides greater flexibility for accessing mail and calendar information through iNotestm Ultralite technology for the Apple iPhone and Domino Access for Microsoft® Outlook. iPhone users can access e-mail, calendar, and contact information on the Apple iPhone through IBM Lotus® iNotes Ultralite.
  • Offers significant performance improvements, starting up about twice as fast as Notes® 8.0.1, while maintaining memory requirements.
  • Delivers Microsoft Office 2007 Viewers letting individuals view spreadsheets, documents, and presentations created with Office 2007. 


For more information visit the IBM Announcement.