I use server-based archiving and roaming profiles. It's a pain that when I delete a user I have to go in and manually delete the archive file and the roaming profile files. It would be nice that these were cleaned up autmatically just like the mail file.
Per default Lotus Notes create 4 location documents in the local names.nsf:
But the normal user need often only one ... the Online one.
The user choose accidentally "offline" as ...
Instead of hardcoding a specific proxy server, I would like Notes to allow in the client and through the Profiles a proxy configuration script via HTTP or an "Automatically Detect Settings" option like in IE and Firefox.
I like profile documents for setup and some other parts. BUT it isn´t possible to use them with a setTargetFrame...
So Please at IBM let use open them in a specified target and not in a new document windows.
I would like to see Connections give us the ability to present the user with a "Log In With (Facebook|Twitter|LinkedIn)" button. Let us utilize an existing social network instead of having to build another one. This is obviously for public facing Connections deployments. These existing social networks already have user ...
I do not have an idea how to provide this and where (form property?) but a main argument not using profile documents is either the cache period on the server or no profile document is created when creating a new replica.
If we could define more precise the cache period ...
The presence of a profile without a key can be verified with getProfileDocCollection.
If the profile with the key, then using getProfileDocument has old and serious problem - profile is stored on disk, that by logic of the application can be very undesirable.
This can be implemented with ...
The cumbersome management of the ID files should be removed from Lotus Notes/Domino. IBM for years has promised to find a better way to manage these or remove the and use some type of global RADIUS server for authentication. User’s loss the ID files and they ...
I would like some way of viewing, editing and deleting profile documents in Notes databases, without having to resort to writing LotusScript. Perhaps this could be done by adding a tool under Files in the Admin client.
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