IBM Notes/Domino G1 Language Packs Released

IBM Notes and Domino G1 Language Pack was released yesterday, part numbers are listed below.

Take note that the FP1 is not included, so you should install it right away after installing the slipstream version. And if you had the first “troubled” version of the client installed, you should uninstall the original slipstream release completely before installing the FP1 Update to ensure compatibility with FP1, as described in the official article.

IBM Notes Client 10.0.1 Multilingual User Interface

  • IBM Notes Client v10.0.1 Multilingual User Interface for Windows (Group 1) Multilingual (CC0I9ML )

IBM Notes 10.0.1 for Mac

  • IBM Notes v10.0.1 Mac 64 bit German and Italian (CC0IDML )
  • IBM Notes v10.0.1 Mac 64 bit French, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese (CC0ICML )
  • IBM Notes v10.0.1 Mac 64 bit Korean and Japanese (CC0IBML ) – View details
  • IBM Notes v10.0.1 Mac 64 bit Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese (CC0IAML )
  • IBM Notes v10.0.1 Mac 64 bit French, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese (CC0ICML )
  • IBM Notes v10.0.1 Mac 64 bit Korean and Japanese (CC0IBML ) – View details
  • IBM Notes v10.0.1 Mac 64 bit Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese (CC0IAML )

IBM Notes 10.0.1 for Windows

  • IBM Notes v10.0.1 Windows German (CC0HRDE )
  • IBM Notes v10.0.1 Windows Brazilian (CC0HZBP )
  • IBM Notes v10.0.1 Windows French (CC0HVFR )
  • IBM Notes v10.0.1 Windows Italian (CC0HYIT )
  • IBM Notes v10.0.1 Windows Japanese (CC0HXJA )
  • IBM Notes v10.0.1 Windows Japanese (CC0KCJA )
  • IBM Notes v10.0.1 Windows Korean (CC0HSKO )
  • IBM Notes v10.0.1 Windows Simplified Chinese (CC0HTSC )
  • IBM Notes v10.0.1 Windows Spanish (CC0HUES )
  • IBM Notes v10.0.1 Windows Traditional Chinese (CC0HWTC )

IBM Notes Designer & Admin for Windows

  • IBM Notes, Domino Designer and Admin V10.0.1 for Windows German (CC0I0DE )
  • IBM Notes, Domino Designer and Admin v10.0.1 for Windows Brazilian (CC0I8BP )
  • IBM Notes, Domino Designer and Admin v10.0.1 for Windows French (CC0I4FR )
  • IBM Notes, Domino Designer and Admin v10.0.1 for Windows Italian (CC0I7IT )
  • IBM Notes, Domino Designer and Admin v10.0.1 for Windows Japanese (CC0I6JA )
  • IBM Notes, Domino Designer and Admin v10.0.1 for Windows Japanese (CC0KDJA )
  • IBM Notes, Domino Designer and Admin V10.0.1 for Windows Korean (CC0I1KO )
  • IBM Notes, Domino Designer and Admin v10.0.1 for Windows Simplified Chinese (CC0I2SC )
  • IBM Notes, Domino Designer and Admin v10.0.1 for Windows Spanish (CC0I3ES )
  • IBM Notes, Domino Designer and Admin v10.0.1 for Windows Traditional Chinese (CC0I5TC )

IBM XWork Server

  • IBM XWork Server 10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux German (CC0IQDE )
  • IBM XWork Server 10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux French (CC0IMFR )
  • IBM XWork Server 10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux Italian (CC0IRIT )
  • IBM XWork Server 10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux Korean (CC0ISKO )
  • IBM XWork Server 10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux Simplified Chinese (CC0ITSC )
  • IBM XWork Server 10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux Spanish (CC0INES )
  • IBM XWork Server 10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux Traditional Chinese (CC0IUTC )
  • IBM XWork Server10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux Portuguese Brazilian (CC0IPBP )

IBM i

  • IBM Domino 10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux, IBM i German (CC0IYDE )
  • IBM Domino 10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux, IBM i French (CC0IVFR )
  • IBM Domino 10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux, IBM i Italian (CC0IZIT )
  • IBM Domino 10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux, IBM i Korean (CC0J0KO )
  • IBM Domino 10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux, IBM i Portuguese Brazilian (CC0IXBP )
  • IBM Domino 10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux, IBM i Simplified Chinese (CC0J1SC )
  • IBM Domino 10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux, IBM i Spanish (CC0IWES )
  • IBM Domino 10.0.1 Language Pack for Windows, AIX, Linux, IBM i Traditional Chinese (CC0J2TC )
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Domino Mail Routing – A tip about Global Domain documents

Some time ago we had a request from a customer to make sure that the incoming SMTP mails, for a specific internet domain, are routed only to users who have Internet Address with this exact internet domain set in their Person Document.

The Domino Router task behavior, at that point was the following (extremely simplified):

  1. Router gets an E-Mail over SMTP for intended recipient john.doe@acme.com.
  2. Router searches the “names.nsf” for the recipient.
  3. Finds john.doe@acme-marketing.tv and delivers the mail to this user.

There was one Domino Global Domain document in the “names.nsf” with a lot of alternate internet domain aliases. So, this would mean that if the primary domain is “acme.com” and an alternate internet domain “acme-marketing.tv”, your users would be receive e-mails addressed with alternate domain even though they do not have it specified in their Domino Person document.

For one specific Internet Domain, this was not a way to go. The solution for this was quite simple, we needed to create a new Global Domain document with this Internet Domain specified as a Primary Internet Domain and remove the same domain from the first (“old”) Global Domain Document. This prevents the Domino Router task from looking up this Domain as Alias, thus making sure the E-Mails addressed with this domain are only routed to users who have this domain specified in their Person document.

After a new Global Domain document is created and you are satisfied with the config, restart the Domino Router task, to make sure that the change is picked up by the Router task.

This behavior is described, in detail, in the following article.

https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSKTMJ_9.0.1/admin/conf_specifyinghowdominolooksuptherecipientsofincoming_t.html

Changing Domino Transactional Logging Style

Different backup strategy/software can lead to the need for changing the Transactional Logging style on a Domino Server. There are basically two possibilities for doing this.

Possibility 1

  1. Disable Transactional Logging on a Domino Server.
  2. Shutdown Domino.
  3. Start Domino
    1. You should get a message: “Transactional logging being disabled after this restart”.
    2. “NLOGASIO” or “LOGASIO” should not start.
  4. Rename or delete the Transactional Logging directory.
  5. Restart Domino Server to confirm there are no errors.
  6. Enable Transactional Logging and set the Transactional Logging Style option you want.
  7. Restart Domino and again confirm there are no errors on the console.

This is a subtler approach, although this takes a considerate amount of time, you can make sure there are no issues before letting your server back into production. You can also keep the old transactional logs if by renaming the Transactional Logging folder.

On the downside, a consistency check will be run on every database opened, for the first time, and a new DBIID will be assigned. This can take a lot of time depending on the size of your databases.

Possibility 2

  1. Change the Transactional Logging style.
  2. Restart the Domino Server.
    1. If you are changing from “Archive” to “Circular”, you can delete or move the old Transactional Logs.

After this, no consistency check or database fixup is will be done and the databases keep their old DBIID.

Here are some useful URLs about Transactional Logging:

General Information

Best Practices

How to clean corrupt Transactional Logs