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What's new in notes domino 901 feature pack 9

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  1. 1. IBM Collaboration Solutions 1 Open Mic Date: 15Sep 2017 What's New in Notes/Domino 901 Feature Pack 9
  2. 2. TEAM  Vinayak Tavargeri - IBM Senior Manager and facilitator for JUMP Sessions IBM Collaboration Solutions  Rahul Kumar- Software Engineer  Presenter  Manish Jha – Software Engineer  Presenter 2
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  5. 5. Agenda Overview of What are the new features that comes in • Notes 9.0.1 FP9 • Domino 9.0.1 FP9 Information on key features along with required configuration changes. Details on other fixes. Q &A IBM Collaboration Solutions 5
  6. 6. Notes Windows Feature Pack IBM Collaboration Solutions 6
  7. 7. Domino/App. Development Feature Pack IBM Collaboration Solutions 7
  8. 8. IBM Collaboration Solutions 8 Domino 9.0.1 Feature Pack 9 New features New/Improved Features • Restricting the use of mail rules to forward messages to external domains • Enable users to run mail rules on existing messages • Mail template includes views required for Verse On-Premises • Delegated mail files are refreshed automatically • Improved calendar interoperability between Notes and Outlook • Support for recall of messages created with Memo stationary • Add the ability to control SMTP the visible host name (EHLO param, greeting response, Received headers and Reporting-MTA in DSNs...) by these 2 controlled INI's SMTPDisplayHostName and SMTPDisplayDomainName
  9. 9. IBM Collaboration Solutions 9 Domino 9.0.1 Feature Pack 9 New features Key/Improved Features • Enabling and managing inline view indexing • Ability To Increase The Amgr Queue Beyond 100 • Databases and views can be opened more quickly in databases that are enabled for transaction logging • Domino Server Console Command Line to list unencrypted databases only • Domino Server Console Command Line to list encrypted databases only, using 'show dir -enconly‘ • High resolution support for the Notes® Client • Improved name lookup in Notes® • Improved support for Notes® addressing with mobile directory catalogs
  10. 10. IBM Collaboration Solutions • Templates released in separate downloads aligned with Feature Pack releases. • Posted on IBM Fix Central and not packaged with the feature Pack installer –optional download to upgrade templates. • Only updated templates will be released. • Will include changes needed for corresponding features / fixes in the Notes / Domino Feature Pack. • There is one zip file for English and one zip for all other languages. https://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg24037141 Notes/Domino 9.0.1 FP9 Template Updates 10
  11. 11. Restricting the use of mail rules to forward messages to external domains IBM Collaboration Solutions Connecting me to we • Need to upgrade to the pubnames.ntf template provided with Domino 9.0.1 Feature Pack 9 or later. Make sure you already have a Configuration Settings document for the server(s) to be configured. From Configuration Settings document for the mail server Click the Router/SMTP > Restrictions and Controls > Delivery Controls tab. Prior FP9 Template 11
  12. 12. IBM Collaboration Solutions • Users must use a mail file that is upgraded to the Mail9.ntf template that is provided with Feature Pack 9 To enable this feature File > Preferences > Mail. In Mail Options, select Enable Run Rules On Existing Mail. Enable users to run mail rules on existing messages 12
  13. 13. IBM Collaboration Solutions From any mail folder click More > Run Rules. Select the rule to run. Click Run Selected Rules. Enable users to run mail rules on existing messages 13
  14. 14. IBM Collaboration Solutions When you Create new Rule will see Additional options Enable users to run mail rules on existing messages 14
  15. 15. IBM Collaboration Solutions The Mail9.ntf template that is provided with Feature Pack 9 now includes the views that are required for IBM Verse On-Premises. ($VerseLookup) and ($VerseTrashLookup) Mail template includes views required for Verse On-Premises 15
  16. 16. IBM Collaboration Solutions Using UPDALL Syntax load updall database -T view -inline on Example The following example enables inline view indexing for the By Author view in disc9.nsf: • load updall disc9.nsf -T "By Author" -inline on The following example enables inline view indexing for all views in disc9.nsf: • load updall disc9.nsf -inline on Using Notes.ini INLINE_VIEW_INDEX=<database>,<database> • Does not update the $Index view design element in databases and so does not propagate view indexing through replication and design inheritance Note: Domino restart not required Enabling and managing inline view indexing 16
  17. 17. IBM Collaboration Solutions Enabling and managing inline view indexing 17 Command Description tell inlineindex show <database> <view> Shows views in a database that are enabled for inline viewing indexing with Updall. Use the <view> argument to see whether a specific view is enabled for inline view indexing with Updall. tell inlineindex disable Temporarily disables inline view indexing for open databases. tell inlineindex enable Enables inline view indexing for open databases after temporarily disabling it. tell inlineindex refresh Refreshes all view indexes that were enabled for inline view indexing with Updall. show dbs * inline Shows the view expiration period for open databases that are enabled for inline view indexing. Lists all open databases with views that are enabled for inline view indexing and the number of views that are enabled in each database. show dbs * inline views Shows the same output as show dbs * inline, but adds information about each view that is enabled for inline view indexing. dbcache show inline Shows view expiration periods for closed databases that are enabled for inline view indexing. Lists all closed databases with views that are enabled for inline view indexing and the number of views that are enabled in each. dbcache show inline views Shows the same output as dbcache show inline, but adds information about each view that is enabled for inline view indexing. show stat database.inline* Shows statistics for databases with views that use inline indexing.
  18. 18. IBM Collaboration Solutions Enabling and managing inline view indexing 18 Show dbs * inline views ID View NoteID associated with the index. NumIndexes The current number of open indexes. Type The type of inline index, Static or Design enabled. State Enabled (open and in use) or Disabled (index disabled due to issue listed in the Info column. Accessors The number of active open databases references to the index. Inactive The number of minutes the index has not been actively updated. Accessed The last time the index was actively updated. Info Why an index is disabled. An index can be disabled for a variety of reasons, for example if the operations on the database are not compatible with inline view indexing.
  19. 19. IBM Collaboration Solutions Command: show stat database.inline* Enabling and managing inline view indexing 19 Statistic Description Database.InlineIndex.ByDesignExpired By Design views that are expired Database.InlineIndex.Cleared Cleared disabled collections Database.InlineIndex.Deletes Note deletes Database.InlineIndex.Disabled Disabled indexes Database.InlineIndex.DisabledTotal Total disabled indexes Database.InlineIndex.Enabled Enabled indexes Database.InlineIndex.EnabledTotal Total enabled indexes Database.InlineIndex.Error Errors processing during inline indexing Database.InlineIndex.Inserts Note inserts Database.InlineIndex.OnDemandExpired On Demand views that are expired Database.InlineIndex.Rebuilds Index rebuilds during inline indexing Database.InlineIndex.Synchonizations Index synchronizations Database.InlineIndex.Updates Note updates Database.InlineIndex.UserTrans User transactions hit during inline indexing
  20. 20. IBM Collaboration Solutions Enabling and managing inline view indexing 20 Ways to disable inline view indexing Method Description load updall <database> -T <view> -Inlin off Disables inline view indexing for a database when the indexing was enabled by Updall. To disable indexing for a specific view, specify the view name. If you don't specify a view, all views in the database that use inline indexing are disabled. DISABLE_INLINE_INDEX=1 This NOTES.INI setting temporarily disables all inline view indexing on a server. A server restart is not necessary. Inline view indexing is disabled as views are opened. To enable inline view indexing on all databases again, specify:ENABLE_INLINE_INDEX_ALL=1 tell inlineindex disable <database> <view> To temporarily disable current inline indexing of any views in the sales.nsfdatabase: tell inlineindex disable sales.nsf To enable indexing again, use tell inlineindex enable. For example: tell inlineindex enable sales.nsf By Author
  21. 21. IBM Collaboration Solutions • The Agent Manager's Eligible queue is now able to change from the lowest value possible at 100, to 255 which is the highest value possible via an INI AMGRMaxQueue • This is not how many agents run concurrently, but this is how many agents on the server can be queued to run. Ability To Increase The Amgr Queue Beyond 100 21
  22. 22. IBM Collaboration Solutions List unencrypted/encrypted databases only Show dir –enconly show dir -unencoly 22
  23. 23. IBM Collaboration Solutions High resolution support for the Notes® Client • The Notes® client on Windows correctly scales text and icons when high resolution monitors or custom DPI settings are used. 23
  24. 24. IBM Collaboration Solutions • Searching by <last name first name> through typeahead or in the ambiguous name dialog, returns the same results as searching by <first name last name>. For example, searching for don smith or smith don returns the same results, including variants such as Donald, Donovan, Smithfield. • Upgrade to the pernames.ntf template provided with 9.0.1 FP9 • Notes.ini setting AllowWildcardLookup=1 to the Notes® 9.0.1 FP9 client Improved name lookup in Notes 24
  25. 25. IBM Collaboration Solutions Improved support for Notes® addressing with mobile directory catalogs • The typeahead now renders internal contact list local contacts labelled as other email address and then an option to search the server contacts Helps in avoiding wrong selection of matching users from internal and external contacts Add Notes.ini $TypeAheadShowDircatFirst = 1 25
  26. 26. Domino/Notes 9.0.1 FP9 Top Fixes IBM Collaboration Solutions JSMNAD4LHH (LO90028) Fixed an issue where Calendar invites sent to Gmail are not formatted correctly. The gmail user has no option to accept or decline the meeting invite. SAZR8MKH9Q (LO64631) Add the ability to control SMTP the visible host name (EHLO param, greeting response, Received headers and Reporting-MTA in DSNs...) by these 2 controlled INI's SMTPDisplayHostName and SMTPDisplayDomainName NNUZAG5A57 (LO91159) Fixed an issue where the link was not created saving an attachment to Files TSAOACN68C (LO89880) Fixed an issue where iNotes users are unable to open an archive if the local archive exceeds 4GB DSAS9WWUXB (LO85135) iNotes - Fixed a problem where an existing attachment is not removed when trying to remove and attach the same filename on the forwarding/replying message if a Forms85.nsf is used on a 9.0.x server. +MLEYAJ4J3M (LO91444) Fixed an issue where you are not able to see the "Required" list of invitees when a draft meeting is created in Notes and edited in iNotes Mail Template (mail9.ntf) *These SPR's require FP9 Client and Server in addition to the template LMAN8JKJF5 (LO78153) - Fixed an issue where a delegated reader can't open the mailfile when a mail policy has just been applied 26
  27. 27. Domino/Notes 9.0.1 FP9 Top Fixes IBM Collaboration Solutions BPAL9LSDEE - Delegate with editor access is getting an error in preferences with the field "Prohibit access to folders for users with...“ JLEN9C9E3G (LO77349) - Added the ability to recall messages that are created from stationary PANNABJLFZ (LO89528) - Fixed an issue where "find a room" displays an empty list for some users when the primary home mail server is not available SDOY7JXF87 (LO34305) - New notices were not showing up correctly in the New Notices miniview when policy is set to Display unprocessed meeting notices in the New Notices MiniView MBOAADMB6X (LO90180) - Fixed a delivery failure report when using the "Reply To All " for external meeting invitations MJHAAJMFUR (LO91618) - Fixed an issue where emails cannot display the Reply and Forward icons when emails are auto forwarded by a mail rule HPUTA3QEUF (LO87753) - Fixed an iCal issue where comments to Outlook users are overwritten when the same user is removed from 2 instances TSAOAAGJ7R (LO89162) - Fixed an issue where the Group Name on the Sendto Field of a Notes mail is removed 27 Refer: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/fixlist.nsf/8d1c0550e6242b69852570c900549a74/12d957b7c277fc728525816300434c53?OpenDocument
  28. 28. Domino/Notes 9.0.1 FP9 Top Fixes IBM Collaboration Solutions SKAIALJE9N (LO92113) - Fixed an IBM Domino server IMAP EXAMINE command stack buffer overflow (CVE- 2017-1274) DWON9PYRHZ(LO82415) - Support the OS Name mapping with Notes Federated Login HJLO6QPA5Y (LO17235) - Fixed an issue where names were corrupted for attachments with DBCS filenames AHSU7YRD7D (LO86096) - Fixed an issue with registering users with certain Chinese, Korean, and Japanese characters KRAU9MXN4N (LO81626) - Fixed a potential Sync Manager crash when Full Text Index is enabled RPAI9Y8G4N (LO88628) - Corrected an excessive logging of mismatched roll over certifier certificates during authentication RSTNA6HKZY (LO87774) - Fixed an issue where using '-ftindays' with dbmt is not causing the Full Text Index to be rebuilt SWAS96DSGG (LO84996) - Fixed concurrency issues between NIF & NSF on high usage shared databases. To realize this fix, databases must be ODS52 and Transaction logged. TOCL9CKHN2 (LO77505) - Enhance error message to have a better DB identification to be included in DbUpdateAllUnreadTables error message "Error on Update All unread tables - 459h: Unable to extend an ID table - insufficient memory" 28 Refer: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/fixlist.nsf/8d1c0550e6242b69852570c900549a74/12d957b7c277fc728525816300434c53?OpenDocument
  29. 29. Domino/Notes 9.0.1 FP9 Top Fixes IBM Collaboration Solutions SODY98YHSS (LO75939) - Fixed Client Crashes Due To Low Memory Conditions in the Domparser.Process() Command CSYL9P8N6V (LO82077) - Fixed an issue where users are unable to import an *.ics file while the Notes Client running DAGL9X6JNU (LO85212) - Fixed a Notes Client crash in Asyncreceivepoll where the session goes away and the session block is freed which causes the crash FBAIALRD3W (LO92166) - Fix an issue where mail attachments are garbled when downloading mail via IMAP where the attachment was compressed by LZ1 format, but was marked as Huffman encoding GTONAGLGBT (LO91138) - Fixed an issue where pasting Cyrillic characters from Microsoft Word into Notes gives garbled characters (INI needs to be set to enable this fix = EnableUnicodeCopyPasteFromWord=1) JCUS975RGX (LO87001) - Allow attachments to be found by searching for their file name JMEAAL7J7V (LO92034) - Fixed an issue where a local group no longer expands KJEG9QLRHX (LO82689) - Fixed random Notes Client crashes on Citrix DHUSAJYL62 (LO91713) - Fixed a crash opening a message with a large PNG file YGAO979JLD (LO75110) - Fixed Notes Client crashes on reply when spell check is enabled 29 Refer: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/fixlist.nsf/8d1c0550e6242b69852570c900549a74/12d957b7c277fc728525816300434c53?OpenDocument
  30. 30. Domino/Notes 9.0.1 FP9 Top Fixes IBM Collaboration Solutions YGAOAFXNKC (LO90922) - Fixed an issue with MIME mail where the attachment cannot be opened after replying/forwarding JJOEAEGKEX (LO90458) - Fixed a Notes Client crash caused by Notesrichtextnavigator Begininsert in a document that contains Chinese characters RGAUA4SHWE (LO87236) - Fixed a Domino Designer crash when the option "Use Binary Dxl For Source Control Operations" is unchecked JKEY9SLK37 (LO83393) - Added support for federating custom views based on $Calendar view from a Notes application/teamroom calendar. Also fixed the issue where calendar entries were not populated in Entries and Notices view causing them not to sync to Traveler. FLIIA5FDJQ (LO87504) - Fixed an HTTP crash on Lockhandle where the fullName field was not found during NAMELookup (where a da.nsf points to an LDAP server with no fullName attribute) JJCMAKV3DT (LO91925) - Fixed an issue where "Starts With" Window is not showing when pressing any letter or number key in a view/folder 30 Refer: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/fixlist.nsf/8d1c0550e6242b69852570c900549a74/12d957b7c277fc728525816300434c53?OpenDocument
  31. 31. Up-coming Notes Windows Feature Pack IBM Collaboration Solutions 31 Up-coming Domino/App. Development Feature Pack Notices and disclaimers : Any statements regarding IBM‘s future direction, intent or product plans are subject to change or withdrawal without notice
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