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Notes 6/7 Vulnerabilities and Fixes

October 23rd, 2007 by Corey Davis

Multiple vulnerabilities in Notes 6.x and 7.x have been reported by Secunia. These issues have been fixed in Notes 7.0.3 and Notes 8.0.


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iCal’s History and Future

October 17th, 2007 by Corey Davis

Here is yet another very interesting story from the guys at appleinsider.com. This one gives a nice historical overview of calendaring and scheduling on computers, appropriately starting with PLATO Notes, runs through the various releases of Lotus Agenda , Organizer , Notes, Exchange, iCal, and lesser known calendaring software, finally culminating in what we will […]


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Idea Jam to Launch in November

October 16th, 2007 by Corey Davis

Elguji Software announced today that on November 20th they will launch Idea Jam , a site for the Lotus community to come together to share ideas on how to improve Lotus Notes and Domino. Users of the site can promote or demote ideas (vote) as well as leave comments in an effort to improve the […]


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Mail.app’s History and Future

October 15th, 2007 by Corey Davis

Absolutly fascinating article on the Mac OS’ Mail.app. From its origins, through its history in the NeXTSTEP, and on through its future v3.0 release forthcoming in Leopard. Even if you do not use a Mac, it is an interesting read for those working in the e-mail market.


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Weakening Business From The Inside Out

October 9th, 2007 by Corey Davis

One of the major annoyances I have with corporate America at the moment is offshore outsourcing. No, this isn’t going to be the rant that you hear so often about calling a service center and speaking to someone with a thick accent. What has me concerned is the weakening of not only the American tech […]


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iBrick

October 1st, 2007 by Corey Davis

There seems to be an awful lot of complaining going on regarding the iPhone 1.1.1 firmware update bricking devices. Apple’s statement, in which they say that they will not fix or replace a bricked iPhone that was unlocked, is not helping matters. Now there’s talk of a class-action lawsuit. Are the owners of bricked iPhone […]


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