With last update vor Lotus Traveler 22.214.171.124 there came a new feature for Android devices. You can read and send encrypted mails and you can sign mails with your notes id. You can click on details in new mails, there you find the new checkboxes for encrypt or sign. Long needed feature and it works better than Lotus Companion App on iPhone, because the id password is cached for a short time. Update After some testing i wrote down some points on this new feature. First of all i asked me, why i didn’t read anything about it.
Installed it on android. Functions are ok, but i found no way to hide offline contacts. After all it is the first sametime client in the marketplace and gives me the possibility to chat with my colleagues. http://schmhen.wordpress.com/2011/03/14/sametime-client-for-iphone-and-android-available/
New feature in 8.5.2 is synchronizing of sent as an imap folder. Article describes the way to deploy and give some hints. Notes.ini setting to enable: EnableImapFolderSynch=1 http://www.dominopower.com/newsitems/00052856.html
Because i had several issues with automated renewed ssl and ltpa keys on my websphere servers, i found this article on the blog of Mitch Cohen: http://www.curiousmitch.com/2009/06/disabling-automatic-ltpa-key-generation-in-was-or-how-to-stopsso-between-was-and-domino-from-breaking/ Perhaps this is interesting for more people.
You can use policy setting document “Mail settings” to deploy a standard message disclaimer for your users. First you have to configure your domino server which makes the smtp conversion of internet mails. For this server open the “configuration document” and check if “Message disclaimers” is enabled. Now we need a policy for all traveler users, or if you want to deploy personalized signatures, for each traveler user. I created a dynamic policy (explicit policy document and set of group/user in “policy assignment”) for my traveler user and made a mail setting document for the disclaimer: