Serious question - Lotus Notes on iPad?
The doublenotes solution mostly works for those without travler as an option.
It isn't issue free though. I've found it most reliable if I sync one way with all updates done through notes. 2 way sync is hit and miss if too many changes in each direction. Not ideal, but gets me by.
I've also had the occaisional new calendar entry or calendar entry update not sync. I have to have a quick look at outlook to make sure the change got there. Once in 20 I need to edit the subject line or something to force a resync.
Pain in the arse, but sort of works when you can't get a server side change made.
Sent from my iPhone.
Lotus Notes, Traveler and iPad
I don't know if there's a great guide out there - probably is but here's the skinny.
Originally Posted by Jdm2010
Traveler is a FREE addon that's installed on the Domino server. Version 8.5.1 or greater. So you need one of those servers open to the Internet. But you do NOT need to have your mail file on it, or even upgrade your mail server. That can remain on an older version. how cool is that? :-)
Anyway, once traveler is installed. You just navigate to it with your iPhone or iPad. Since it uses native apps - no app store needed. Typically it's something like this:
Then the browser will walk you through entering your name and password and that's about it. It installs a profile on your phone. Basically Traveler is Active-Sync and makes domino look similar to an Exchange server.
It works wonderfully really. Mail, contacts and calendar.
As Info - I do a screencast on Lotus Notes topics called NotesIn9. I did a show that talked about Traveler a while ago. If interested it's here:
Episode – 005 – 8.5.1 | Notes In 9
Hope that helps!
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