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Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview
Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview
Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview
Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview
Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview
Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview
Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview
Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview
Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview
Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview
Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview
Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview
Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview
Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview
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Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview

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  • 1. Product Strategy Before After • • – WebSphere Everyplace Access – Lotus Mobile Connect – WebSphere – Lotus Notes Traveler Everyplace Deployment – WebSphere Everyplace Connection – Lotus Sametime Mobile Client Manager – Lotus Connections – WebSphere Everyplace Mobile Portal – Lotus Mashups Enable – Lotus Expeditor – ……… – Rational Business Developer – WebSphere Business Monitor – Cognos 8 Go! – Tivoli Netcool/OMNIbus, Monitoring, Network Assure, Storage Manager, . – Mobility@Work from IBM Business Consulting Services – ……… More… IBM Lotus Software | Mobility
  • 2. Additional secure Lotus Notes Traveler access through LMC Firewall Firewall Lotus Domino (8.0.x/8.5) with Lotus Notes Traveler service Lotus Mobile Connect Lotus Notes Traveler Sync and Mail server + Mobility client Windows-only initially Single server DMZ Trusted Domain Firewall Firewall Lotus Notes Traveler Lotus Mobile Connect + Mobility client Lotus Domino (8.0.x/8.5) with Lotus Domino (7.0.2+) Lotus Notes Traveler service Sync server Mail server Windows-only initially Any OS Trusted Domain Multi-server DMZ
  • 3. Network Topology – Configuration Examples HTTP/S protocol Firewall Firewall Lotus Domino (8.0.x/8.5) with Lotus Notes Traveler service Lotus Notes Sync and Mail server Traveler Client Windows-only initially Single server DMZ Trusted Domain HTTP/S protocol Firewall Firewall Lotus Notes Traveler Client Lotus Domino (8.0.x/8.5) with Lotus Domino (7.0.2+) Lotus Notes Traveler service Sync server Mail server Windows-only initially Any OS Trusted Domain Multi-server DMZ
  • 4. Lotus Notes Traveler 8.5 new Features  Support for Symbian S60 3rd edition – Basic PIM/Email push & pull services (see following 2 slides)  Improved Web Server Configuration Support  Access Restriction  Platform dependent features = currently support for windows mobile – Support for Encrypted mail Mobile users must load their Notes ID file into the mail file – Mobile Device Security Policies – Remote Wipe – Name Lookup – Rich Text mail Includes support for fonts, tables and text color.
  • 5. Symbian S60 3rd Ed. Device Lotus Notes Traveler Features  Automatic, two-way, over-the-air synchronization for calendar, tasks and contacts.  Email synchronization for Inbox and Drafts  Read / Unread mark updates  Full Email retrieval for truncated mail  Attachment synchronization  One-way synchronization from server to device for Notebook (Journal)  Data filtering options for email, calendar and tasks  Automated and manual problem reporting
  • 6. Symbian S60 3rd Ed. Device Lotus Notes Traveler Features  Email composition, reply and forward from the device  Email folder management  Calendar invitation processing  Integration with Lotus Mobile Connect
  • 7. Access Restriction  Limit who can access the Lotus Notes Traveler service on the Domino server. – Configuration option at the server document
  • 8. Support for Encrypted Mail  Reading and Sending encrypted mail. User can send signed mail.  Requires server side access to the user’s Notes ID file – Notes ID file must be uploaded to the mail file – Can be done during user creation or through Lotus Traveler – http://<Lotus_Traveler_Server>/servlet/traveler  User gets a notice that the email is encrypted, and prompted for the Notes ID password (once until the device is restarted)
  • 9. Mobile Device Security Policies  Administrator can set Device Security Policies  Lotus Notes Traveler Client will monitor the device security settings, if the device is not compliant, an administrator defined action is taken – Get the violations reported to the mobile device user and Lotus Notes Traveler server. – Force user to change the device security settings – Disable sync for the specific device if the policy is not followed
  • 10. Mobile Device Security Policies  New Mobile Device Security policies include – Requiring a device password – Requiring that a device password be at least a particular strength – Requiring that the inactivity time used to automatically lock a device not exceed a defined maximum value – Enforcing that a device is set to automatically wipe itself wiped after a defined number of failed device unlock password attempts – Requiring that data on removable storage cards be encrypted
  • 11. Remote Wipe  Domino administrator can issue a remote wipe command to remove all sensitive data from the device.  The administrator has the option to remove the Lotus Notes Traveler application and data, or to restore the device to the factory defaults.
  • 12. Name Lookup  Allows mobile users to search for and find information about users in Domino directory
  • 13. Rich Text mail  Rich text email can be displayed on Windows Mobile 6 devices  Support for fonts, tables and color.  When a mail with rich text is replied or forwarded from the mobile device, it reverts back to the default internet format
  • 14. Thank you

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