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Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview

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Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview

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Lotus Domino 8.5 Traveler Overview

  1. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 7. Access Restriction  Limit who can access the Lotus Notes Traveler service on the Domino server. – Configuration option at the server document
  8. 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. 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. 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. 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. 12. Name Lookup  Allows mobile users to search for and find information about users in Domino directory
  13. 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. 14. Thank you

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