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|Today, Bruce and Julian talk mainly about
the new 7.0.2
release of Lotus Notes/Domino.
It officially came out on Friday, September 29, and it includes such features
also got a chance to talk to Steve Castledine about his "IBM Blog"
template, to get the inside scoop. We talk about things like:
- New "Blue" templates for blogging
and RSS feed generation (note that the templates are available on the server
upgrade, not the client)
- Support for installing and running the
Lotus Notes client on a USB drive (Nomad) -- Chris
Whisonant has some install
instructions (but be aware that there can be huge
speed differences between
different USB drives, so choose wisely)
- Native iCal import capabilities
- "Run As Admin" for Smart Upgrade
- Automatic conversion (on the server)
for TNEF/Winmail.dat attachments from Exchange users
- Domino Web Access (iNotes) is supported
on Firefox on the Mac
- New C-API functions for HTML and MIME
- Server support for Novell SUSE Linux
10 and Windows x64 server
- Lotus Notes Access for SAP included
- DXL improvements
other news, OpenNTF
will be at Lotusphere
2007 pedestal 324 in the Product
Miller makes peace with iTunes
and Feedburner, an OpenNTF update with John
Roling, and a one minute tip
about CGI variables by Mac
- What was involved in transitioning from
"Steve's template" to "IBM's template"? (see this
technote for more details)
- What's the upgrade path for users of
the old template?
- How is comment spam dealt with?
- How do we get started using it?
- What's next?
The podcast is 26mb and runs 54:31 at 64kps (variable bit rate).