Implement the IMAP Idle command in Domino's IMAP service. This command will allow true wireless synchronization to handheld devices. It will also make the Domino IMAP service compliant with RFC 2177:
The Internet Message Access Protocol [IMAP4] requires a client to poll the server for changes to the selected ...
Like it or not, IMAP is important for supporting mobile users and integration with other apps. many Many MANY devices and services prefer IMAP. Domino has always had strong standards support for Interweb protocols, but that seems to be slipping a bit. At present, IMAP support needs serious attention. IDLE support, bugs ...
Right now, the use of an IMAP "Account" to create a Notes database reference to a remote mail account is terrific up to a point. When I reply to a message from that account database, it goes out with my current notes mail settings rather than any I can set ...
Provide administrator ability to drop one or multiple user IMAP sessions, similar to how you can drop a Notes client session, instead of waiting for either user to disconnect or for the session to timeout.
Redesign the IMAP Account integration for the Lotus Notes Client.
In many cases it it usefull to integrated other Mail Accounts from other Mail provider to the mailbox. Today it should be a must, that a mail client supports standard mail protocols as well as possible.
Similar to other ...
The compact task is currently unable to compact those databases in use by IMAP users (especially those users who leave their IMAP clients running 24x7). The compact task flags the database as in-use. Could another parameter be added to compact (in addition to the in place or copy modes) that tells compact to ...
IMAP currently sync's mail to the DB designated in the Location document. But many users want to keep their IMAP mail seperated from their Domino mail.
Please provide a field on the Account document to specify where IMAP mail should be stored.
New subscribers to LotusLive Notes/Traveler often want access to the same mailfile from Outlook (transition period, Outlook features, etc...). LotusLive Notes does not support this.
Both on premises Domino and LotusLive iNotes supports this. I think LotusLive Notes should as well.
Unless it is being significantly improved, please disable IMAP on the client.
(make an Debug_enable_imap_client notes.ini setting for those who care)
Explanation: some People go and download the Notes Client trial code, and in the setup dialog there are being asked about IMAP server. Since 99,9 % of Notes ...