Troubleshooting HCL Notes - Domino Statistics - New Relic  

By John Oldenburger | 11/11/20 1:50 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

In the next blog post we will go into more detail about server statistics and Domino server health in general. Since Domino 10 New Relic can be used for publishing server statistics to gain more insights about the Domino server. Below is a brief overview of how to publish Domino 11 statistics to New Relic.

Troubleshooting HCL Notes - Domino Mail Monitoring - Reports Database  

By John Oldenburger | 10/27/20 10:09 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

In this blog post we look at the setup of the Reports database. The Reports database is created automatically after the setup of the Domino server. However before Administrators can generate mail usage reports they first have to set up the security for the Reports database. Below is a brief description of the setup of the Reports database.

Life After XPages - The New Low Code Application Development Platform  

By John Oldenburger | 10/27/20 4:05 AM | Development - Leap / Volt | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Over the years I have written a number of blog posts about XPages as a development platform. After the release of Domino 10 and 11 and looking at the current developments and changes in the early program for Domino 12 we can now definitively conclude that XPages as a development platform is dead. Many organizations have already switched to modern development platforms in recent years. However there is new life after XPages thanks to the continuous developments of HCL with currently the most awesome and goundbreaking HCL Domino Volt, the new Low Code Application Development Platform!

Troubleshooting HCL Notes - Domino Mail Monitoring - Mail Tracking Collector  

By John Oldenburger | 10/26/20 3:32 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

In this blog post we look at controlling the Mail Tracking Collector. The MTC (Message Tracking Collector) monitors the work of the Router process (which delivers mail in Domino) and keeps records as required as to which mail was sent to which recipients. Below is an overview of the Mail Tracking Collector commands.

Troubleshooting HCL Notes - Domino Mail Monitoring - Server Configuration  

By John Oldenburger | 10/26/20 3:31 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

In this blog post the steps required to configure the Domino server for Mail Tracking are explained. The configuration allows Administrators to customize the type of information you want to collect and store in the Domino MailTracker Store database (MTSTORE.NSF). A Configuration Settings document must be present on the Domino server.