Based upon the recent postings regarding Binary Tree, here is a poll to share what you think.
I recently was reading Planet Lotus and saw a posting by David Hablewitz titled Binary Tree no longer does migrations to Lotus Notes. DAMN! I wish I knew this before I drove half way across Michigan to help a customer move their new acquisition from Exchange to Lotus Notes. And to think they paid my … Continue reading
Senario: A user is moved to a new Domino Mail server. The user’s home mail server is now set and we redirect the workstation to the new server. Now the user sees a lot more unread documents than they had seen on the old server. This typically happens after the “Replicate Unread Marks” is enabled. … Continue reading
Lessons from the Field: The Importance of High-Fidelity Inspections – Binary Tree. What does your Domino Environment have today? How hard is it to find out what applications you have, how customized they are and who is using what? How many inactive mail files do you have? Read this interesting post from John Wethington of … Continue reading
The End User is King: Ensuring the Interoperability of Hybrid Messaging Systems – Binary Tree. When it comes to hybrid messaging platforms such as Exchange and Domino, the end user is the one that must be satisfied. Please check out my blog posting at Binary Tree on how this diverse group of users can work … Continue reading
Getting a Grip on a Unique Domino/Exchange Coexistence Functionality – Binary Tree. Great blog posting about the problems surrounding Repeating meetings between Domino and Exchange. It really isn’t “simple”
Extra-Strength Pain Relief for Exchange Mailbox Migration Headaches – Binary Tree. Great guest blog by Dean Sesko, Systems Architect at Netarx and Microsoft Exchange Certified Master