A quick way to uncover (and fill) security holes on Domino servers using aclEZ

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One of the nicest things about aclEZ‘s grouping grid interface is that is that it allows you sort and filter live information on all the Lotus Notes…

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How to clean up a Lotus Notes out-of-office agent mess with agentEZ

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One of our customers recently used our agentEZ tool in an interesting way to deal with a big out-of-office agent problem. We realize that the Out of…

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When the dreaded “Field is too large (32K)” Lotus Notes error strikes…

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There are some problems in life—and in Lotus Notes—that defy easy solutions. And one such problem is the “Field is too large (32K)” error, which…

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A fast way to change NSF Replica IDs: Often a handy time-saver (and occasionally a life-saver)

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Try to picture yourself in this situation: An end-user alerts you to the fact that they just did something very bad to a Lotus Notes database—and…

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ACL inconsistencies giving you headaches? Here’s how to find and fix missing ACL entries on a Domino server using aclEZ

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Domino security is something of a mosaic, built upon, among other things, the many individual entries found in all the Notes database ACLs on a…

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Dynamically sortable Lotus Notes view columns are trouble: Here’s how viewEZ can help you find and fix them

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We recently posted a tip to help you figure out which views in a Lotus Notes databases are the least often used, so…

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Are your Lotus Notes databases bloated with view indexes? Here’s a trick to help you cut file sizes

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This post recounts a database optimization trick and Lotus Notes secret that was shared by Eric Houvenaghel at this year’s Lotusphere (Hat tip: it…

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Un-dead Lotus Notes Documents: How ‘ghosts’ can haunt your databases

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Have you ever seen a deleted document mysteriously re-appear in a Lotus Notes database? If you answered “yes” you probably weren’t hallucinating ……

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How *often* you click Ctrl+S can affect Lotus Notes application development

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Continuing in our series of Lotus Notes secrets, we’d like to share a strange little tidbit about design element replication (this is one of the…

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