DBMT is good - but like most hybrids, it is a compromise  

By Adam Osborne | 4/17/24 3:53 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Sometimes I think of DBMT as the love child of Compact and Updall. It combines some of their functionality, but sometimes you notice bits are missing, don’t work, or don’t work the way you think they should. The big issue that we keep encountering lately is that DBMT only enforces a time limit for it's compacting tasks; the index update threads will happily continue for hours. This is not ideal, especially for some view indexing operations on large databases. iNotes redirection database does not launch Verse.  

By Adam Osborne | 4/9/20 1:22 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

We just deployed Domino and noticed that when you used the redirection database from, iNotes launches instead of Verse.

Notes/Domino futures from Connect 2016  

By Adam Osborne | 2/4/16 4:59 AM | Business - Events / People | Added by John Oldenburger

Notes/Domino futures from Connect 2016. Here are some slides from Connect that talk about Notes and Domino plans. Naturally anything could change.

How to stop sensitive data leaking through Traveler !  

By Adam Osborne | 6/14/13 12:47 AM | - | Added by Niklas Heidloff

In a world where BYOD strategies are becoming more and more relevant, Preemptive’s DLP for Traveler provides an integrated solution for organisations to ensure valuable email data and attachments are not exposed to remote devices that cannot be secured by the organisation.

Here is my AusLUG Lotus Protector Presentation  

By Adam Osborne | 3/14/13 5:16 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Niklas Heidloff

Delivered with Gary Wickham of IBM Australia. Let me know if there are any questions.

A follow up to "Traveler traffic you don't want."  

By Adam Osborne | 11/21/12 11:49 PM | - | Added by Niklas Heidloff

OK we went back to the office and reproduced the strange issue as blogged yesterday. So here's the problem reproduced, you can see the time-stamps showing the sequence of events here.