Full-text indexes are stored in folders (named after the .nsf file), that always reside in the same subfolder as the .nsf file itself. I propose to add an option to the server document, to place all full-text indexes into a dedicated location, similar to specifying the log path for transaction ...
Today when enable an archive criteria for a mail database we have only 2 options:
I guess everyone who installed Domino on Linux yet had to somehow generate init-scripts to run it as daemon. There are some options available to do this:
- using Daniel Nashed's scripts
- grabbing the one linked in some old redbook
- DIY writing
It would be nice ...
As internal data security becomes more and more of a concern, allowing end-users access to server configuration information poses more of a risk than when the Domino Directory was first envisioned and implemented.
While we can make customizations to the Domino Directory to accommodate our needs, the product "off ...
I would like to see a Monthly and BiMonthly option added when creating schedule program documents. This would be I would like to run Monthly on the the 1st of the month or 2nd Friday of the Month.
Same concept for the BiMonthly but it would be run on ...
Often mail will be rejected by mail rules, often erroneously. When the rejected by mail rule message either hits the senders prompt, or logs on the server, Please give some sort of hint as to which, or even which type of mail rule was broken.
In relation to the defragmentation idea, allow for compact -c to actually ADD white space. This can help to ensure that the database can have some "room for growth" and alleviate some disk concerns.
Currently, program documents can only run programs. They can't execute server commends, like 'route *' or 'tell router quit', etc. Of course, they can run a program that executes a command, and while it's not actually documented anywhere that I can find, it is pretty well-known that you can run a ...
Currently Notes.ini variables on the server can be set in a few ways; by directly editing the Notes.ini, using the Notes.ini tab on the server config doc, or issuing a set config <variable>=<value> command at the console.
Some notes.ini settings are set through various options in both the server ...
I requested that IBM add a new Role in the ACL for "Message Recall" ability so Admins or other designated users can Recall Messages on a user's behalf. (I'm not going to be dogmatic about the method...I merely suggested the ACL Role because it seems a natural way to assign it and retain security.)
Usefull for clustered servers, why not remove this file automaticly when server upgraded or fix pack installed
Way to synch HomeMail server with admin server on the mail file or admin server column in files view
How many times have you setup a user on a particular mail server. Their home server in their person document is correct, and then administration server setting in the database properties of their mail file is correct.
Next, thea move offices from Sao Paulo to Singapore. You create a ...
Allow more granular control of the Database Administrators security setting on the server document for roaming upgrade
Note: Idea description updated to correct functionality after further testing. Roaming at registration is fine. Upgrade to roaming afterwards is not for our service desk.
We currently delegate user registration to the service desk and desktop levels.
We would also like to delegate roaming upgrades to the service ...
Having an incorrect version of NSD.exe on a server can be a nightmare when trying to troubleshoot server crash issues. Could the server process at start up check to see if the correct NSD version is available based on the version of the server code and display a warning if ...
We are currently "tied' to the Domino Administrator client which currently only runs on Windows. I'd like to be able from a Linux client to telnet/ssh to the Domino server's console and run any commands remotely w/o need any special "client' to connect to it. Authentication would be done via ...
Problem: There are 3rd party products or mail server rule that try to "guess" at what constitutes an unwanted inbound email. However, the ones that get through to the user have to be dealt with by the user.
The user must identify an email and choose ...