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Notes apps on iPads - any reason not to use LogMeIn?

Eugen Tarnow  July 18 2014 11:32:02 AM
We have been experimenting with LogMeIn on iPads and it works quite well.  Is this a widespread practice?

No way IRS relies on local desktops to store email

Eugen Tarnow  June 16 2014 09:16:51 PM
The claim in the media is that Lois Lerner lost her emails because of a crashing hard disk.  

This does not seem believable.  

The IRS surely stores all mail on servers, not on local desktops.  And there must be journaling systems that capture all incoming and outgoing emails in a separate place.

Does anybody know whether the IRS still uses Lotus Notes or went over to Outlook?

ReduceMail Pro now supports Notes V9.0.1

Eugen Tarnow  February 20 2014 08:10:22 PM
As Lotus Notes / IBM Mail keeps changing, ReduceMail Pro is the archiving system that will keep up with those changes! The latest ReduceMail Pro system is now supporting V9.0.1.  

ReduceMail Pro has enterprise solutions to solve any issue related to email retention.

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    Compassionate Release system takes 5 month to develop - they should use Lotus Notes!

    Eugen Tarnow  May 23 2013 12:17:51 PM
    U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General came out with a report in April that shows that "compassionate release", a program that allows prisoners to go
     free within 18 months of their estimated death, is not working.  They made a suggestion to the Federal Bureau of Prisons to create an electronic workflow system to make
    the process faster.  The Prison bureau responded with a proposed date for a new system of September.  That is five months!

    Would such a system take any more than a couple weeks to develop using Lotus Notes?

    The
    ReduceMail Pro team is very excited give our full attention to all companies who use Notes mail.

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      Any thoughts on the new Lotus Notes team at IBM?

      Eugen Tarnow  April 1 2013 09:24:16 AM
      I understand that Ed Brill is no longer with the team.  Does anybody know what other changes there were and whether those changes might be positive for Notes?

        Spring Cleaning for Domino!

        Eugen Tarnow  March 15 2013 12:49:12 PM
        Our software will give you a report on orphan mailfiles and duplicate database replicas for free.

        In our experience some servers are very clean but many are full of space wasting nsf files!

        Let us show you ReduceMail Pro over a Webex session. Or ask us to assist with installing a demo on your own server so that that you can see for yourself!

        Just fill out a demo request and you will be on your way to a cleaner year!

        Domino Decryption Services

        Eugen Tarnow  February 1 2013 10:46:11 AM
        Do you need to decrypt your Notes journals?  ReduceMail Pro Journal does exactly that, and more!  

        ReduceMail Pro Journal is a state-of-the-art journal management and audit system that enhances native Lotus Notes journal functionality to provide a powerful Lotus Notes management and audit tool. It helps extract Lotus Notes mail for specific users and groups from the Lotus Domino journal, decrypts it and adds it to Journal Extract databases. It then searches those Journal Extracts for specific content. This helps the administrator in monitoring all incoming and outgoing mail regardless of how large the Lotus Notes mail journal becomes.

         Fill out a demo request and you will see!

        Measuring mail delivery speed with ReduceMail Pro

        Eugen Tarnow  January 30 2013 12:26:51 PM
        Are you thinking of outsourcing your servers to HP or IBM?  And you want to keep them honest in terms of the SLA?  And perhaps you even want to set the performance measures?

        Then consider using ReduceMail Pro to measure the mail delivery speed.  

        Click here and fill in your information and you can have the stats the next day.

          IBM owns the patent application for the perfect Reply-To-All button

          Eugen Tarnow  December 3 2012 02:59:54 PM
          Every so often I have an idea and I rush to the US Patent & Trade Marks database to see if somebody already came up with it.  

          This time I was thinking of the perfect Reply-to-All button.  To make for more responsible communications the Reply-All-Button should present the end user with a list of potential recipients and each recipient should have to be checked off in order for the reply to be sent.

          It turns out that Kyle Patrick of IBM, Austin, already came up with it.  The corresponding published patent application can be found here.

          What is curious is why the button has been sitting on the shelf for 8 years!  Kyle Patrick appears to no longer be working at IBM, perhaps that is the reason?

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          ReduceMail Pro team is very excited give our full attention to all companies who use Notes mail.

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          Antivirus software a waste of money for businesses, report suggests

          Eugen Tarnow  November 27 2012 09:57:27 PM
          You can read comments about this report here although I can't find the original report.  

          Since so much money is spent on antivirus software, perhaps some of it would be better spent on getting Lotus Domino mail systems which are apparently more secure than Microsoft Exchange systems?