IBM Lotus Domino

6 October 2018

Integrating IBM/Notes Archives with Outlook

Integrating IBM/Notes Archives with Outlook While most of our clients use Dcom to archive their Notes Domino applications, a number of our clients also use Dcom […]
30 October 2015

The Low-Down on Low-Cost E-mail Systems

Years ago, as the CTO of my former company metaLogic, I was involved with the introduction of IBM’s latest software offering at the time. It was called […]
8 December 2014

Office 365 mail servers on Spam Blacklists?

Since we’ve been migrating companies off IBM Lotus Domino we made the decision a couple of years ago to migrate ourselves.  We decided that we no […]
31 January 2014

Connect 2014

So for the first time since 1996 I did not attend Lotusphere.  Yup, this year was a no show for Rivit.  Last year we questioned the […]
4 September 2013

So how does your market perceive Notes?

Just wondering how your local markets perceive Notes these days. So before everyone starts ranting I just want to clarify a few things: I’ve worked with […]
24 May 2013

Migrations Migrations Migrations…

Damn. Its been a while since I blogged. Rivit has been really busy the last couple of months. Our core focus is now Migration. Migrating people […]
4 February 2013

Connect 2013 – General Observations

I’ve attend every Lotusphere since 1995.  I’ve been a vendor for 15 of those years.  The last few years we’ve questioned the return on our investment […]
27 August 2012

Synchronizing Contacts with iNotes

We have a number of clients who have been reducing their notes client footprint the last couple of years.  iNotes has become a great alternative for […]
16 May 2012

Domino Social Edition – Hype?

I’ve been looking at all the hype around the Domino Social Edition and trying to understand its positioning.  Coming out of Lotusphere I saw this as […]
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