From the Website “This database will allow a user to request a token which will be sent by email and enable the user to change their password on the website. This will prevent passwords from being emailed to the user. This can be used for Domino or XPages applications. This can be set up to use the NAB (Name and Address Book) names.nsf or a second Directory Assistance or cascading address book. The user enters their username or their email address and the email address associated with their user profile is used.”
I have not tried this yet but it looks very promising. Nice job.
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And for 99 $ you get full year. Did IBM fall a sleep while this was happening ?
Why can´t we , that could not attend IBM Connect 2016 in Orlando be able to get the presentations files ? http://www.idonotes.com is trying to get them out but only four available. Thanks Chris.
What would be the reason for “hiding them” is this information not valuable for all of us ? Could we not all benefit from this information.? Does it matter if we was there or not. I do believe that the owners of the presentations are willing to put them out there for us or am i wrong ?
IBM still is not getting this after all these years. We encourage our clients to try out the IBM Verse and they ask use why do they have to lie when they sign up. They need to pick the country they are from .
IBM when are you going to get this right ? Where is Iceland in this list ?
Am speechless , I totally out of words. Does IBM really think that this is going to move people of other free email systems to IBM Verse with these limitations.
I can see now how they are creating architecture that help you unclutter your inbox, you only have 25 email to send per day, well if that does not unclutter your inbox nothing will. And why would someone want to move to Verse with these kinda restriction when other give them much more ?
Send mail containing up to 10 recipients per email. you did mean 100 per email ?
Send up to 25 emails in a 24 hour period. you did mean 100 per day?
Send mail messages up to 100MB in size. this is fine
Have a mailbox quota of 500 MB. Why not 2 gb ?
IBM has taken the http://support.ibmverse.com/ offline. I wonder why ? Are they embarrassed ? Well am not going to try anytime soon to sell this until they line up with what others are doing. Lets see what they are going to do next.
When they announced the name of the product someone at my work said ” it could be verse” it just got there.
Well am at a crossroads right now , I have been in software consultant and development for Nyherji near 6 years but my Notes history goes far longer , around 15 years. But last year I toke over from my brother as sales consultant and corporate account for large companies here at Nyherji. My brother was at that time fighting cancer and was going on sick leave Oct 2013 to get better. He past away 14 feb 2014 and I have stayed in his job and i have had less and less time for my previous job function.
So I have decided to focus on the current job and get more into VMware , Xserver , Lenovo sales plus other products that fall into corporate account sales. I still have the burning desire to develop and read a lot of planet lotus blogs with great interest. But as all of you knows the Notes “World” is getting smaller and smaller by every day and there is only so many hours in the day to do both.
Thank You for your help in the past and inspiring me to do better: Brad Balassaitis , Fredrik Norling , Mark Leusink , Jesse Gallagher, Karl-Henry Martinsson, John Jardin , Mark Roden , Jeremy Hodge, David Leedy , Michael Marcavage , Bruce Elgort , Tim Pistor , Carl Tyler.
Thanks for your friendship and I will keep up with you on your blogs.
Special thanks goes to Jake Howlett , You have been my mentor and i have learn so much from you in my early days of Notes.