Attachments should be automatically deleted from delivery failure notifications. As it is now, the attachment is in the Sent message & another copy is in the delivery failure notification. This is obviously inefficient & causes quota issues for those with mail quotas.
It would be very useful to know who changed a database quota, when it was changed & the before & after values. Otherwise, lazy administrators ignore the quota that should be enforced & increase quotas endlessly to placate complaining users.
Do you think Domino ODS can be improved by using multiple small files instead of a single big file? DB2 uses something like this. A Domino database can be a directory (or zip?) instead of a file. one file for design, one file for ACL, index files, view files, datafiles, ...
I'm very often trying to track down "Just who can run XPages?" or "Who's an admin on this server?" in the Server document, but right-click "Show Name Details" opens a dialog box ... that won't let me drill down further. At least as far as I know.
It'd be ...
One of the great things about Notes and Domino has been the iterative growth of features. Well, that was true until about 4 years ago. Lately, a lot has been said about IBM's poor performance in keeping Domino's security stack up to date:
When using Managed Mail Replicas, local replicas of the mail file are created automatically. The desktop policy settings document includes a setting to create the full text index on the local replica, however, it does not provide a method for enabling the setting to index the contents of attachments or ...
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.)
A HTTP crash could be more easily diagnosed if we knew the URL being fetched when the thread crashed, therefore it is logical to include web server logs (if enabled) in the Fault Report document.
Here's a Domino webservice nicely marked-up by w3.org. It would be great if the 4.2.11 WSDL documentation element of the WSDL 1.1 spec could be somehow supported, so that we can add usage information to all our webservice functions.
A couple of little tiny enhancements that would remove the sharp edges from SCT.
1. Make designer task tolerant of bad design element references. Currently, if a design element is deleted from an SCT template, all hell breaks loose in target databases, even if the element is no longer used ...
I believe these idea is great : http://goo.gl/qRbkAI
Having an XWork Server CE will make more young people to enter the Domino / Notes / XWork world.
It happens too often. I come upon a server that the customer has called in as being unstable while running the Web server. I come in, and
the domlog is huge. I mean lots of gigabytes of data.
The domlog is unused. That's mostly because it can't be opened, so much data's ...
Currently there is no way to force all http session-authenticated users to re-login. I think restarting the server works but that is brutal. Restarting http doesn't do the trick because session cookies remain valid.
We have had several clients coming to us on how to put a "display" for Resource Reservation in front of respective meeting rooms, so originally we thought about creating an X-Page application to display the data. Then Domino 9 come along with REST capabilities and it would be nice if ...
This option would be useful to clean out databases of their indexes in a similar way as the tool in the Admin Client to purge view indexes.
Note: The -R switch rebuilds views that are currently indexed. It does in effect purge existing view indexes but builds them afresh which ...
Attempts by people or bots to find vulnerabilities by hacking at HTTP often manifests as invalid URLs.
HTTP Web Server: Invalid URL Exception [/dev/blog.nsf/dx/18052013124640AMMDEUQC.htm/content/M2?OpenElement?80flag=http%3A%2F%2Fsub.domain.com___paypalkey:20323500] Anonymous
Instead of just showing the username (a recent addition since about 8.0), the IP address and/or remote host should be displayed.
I am well aware that you can set the following via Notes.ini / router configuration. It will affect that server and those who use that server as their mail server.
1. Maximum message size (for both incoming & outgoing)
2. Maximum number of recipient
3. Message size x number of ...
Profile documents are *almost* a great way to cache information in web applications. A profile document, once accessed by the web server persists in memory making access lightning quick.
Unfortunately they do not seem to expire and can chew up memory requiring a web server restart.
There appears ...
If you have a Traveler server in your environment, on your mail servers, the Traveler server is constantly opening and closing sessions while reading/polling mail files. On a heavily used Traveler server, this can create tens of thousands of "Opened session for Traveler/Org" and "Closed session for Traveler/Org" every day ...
It would be very helpful to have a web query save function that applied to all saves in before applying form specific WQS. For example, to run code to clean up html for XSS hacks or extra Word tags