I used Lotus Notes as email client for many years, starting with Notes R2 up to R6, and for the last 3 years I’ve been using Outlook 2003. Both have their pro’s and con’s. When I started using Outlook I loved the UI and the Office integration. But there are (at least) two things I… Continue reading Things I miss from Notes in Outlook + Desktop Search for Lotus Notes released
In Internet Explorer 7 the new tabs feature shows the sites icon, aka favicon.ico. (I know tabs has been around in Firefox and other browsers forever but I’ve been stuck with IE) I’ve been lazy and haven’t created favicons for my sites, but after using IE7 for a few days I realized that they’re pretty… Continue reading How to Create a Favicon in Visual Studio 2005 ASP.NET Web Project
IBM currently offers a free copy of IBM Lotus Sametime for Dummies. You can also download it as a pdf.
I don’t do much Notes development these days but every now and then it happens. The last few days I’ve been spending some time with Notes doing a few modifications to a client’s system and came across these two problems: The client emailed me two Notes database but forgot to uncheck “Enforce a consistent Access… Continue reading How to access a locked down Notes database and one more thing
Kiss have released PC Link 3.0 for Windows (previous version was 1.30) which I just installed and tried out for the first time. PC-Link is the piece of software that you can use to stream media files from your computer to your Kiss player/recorder. New features include Live Folders and Picture Scaling. Live folders is… Continue reading Testing the new Kiss PC-Link 3.0
Qtek 8500 Flight ModeI just found out that my Qtek 8500 phone actually does seem to have Flight Mode (contrary to my previous post).On the Home Screen simply navigate to the Operator and Time bar and click it. This takes you to the Comm Manager where option 1 allows you to turn off the Phone.… Continue reading Flight Mode, Kiss Firmware Update and a House