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:

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Finally i managed to install Connections 3 on Ubuntu Server, but i didn’t got a one machine setup running. My idea was a demo install for testing issues. I can’t find DB2 32-Bit for Linux, so i decided to use Ubuntu 64 Bit and all other components 64 Bit. I got error after enabling ssl on IHS, because the ssl Plugin wasn’t found. I think that the .so file is 32 bit and can’t work with 64 bit Linux. So i make a two machine setup. One 64 bit ubuntu vm with db2 9.7 and tdi 7 64 bit

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Contact and comments

Only some short news. I disabled comments after 28 days of article creation time. Secondly i installed a new contact form mailer, so you can send me additional infos to posts after this time with this form.

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http://www.edbrill.com/ebrill/edbrill.nsf/dx/now-available-lotus-notes-traveler-for-android

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Many people know, that i prefer Ubuntu for my testing environments and several production servers. So one of my first tries to install Lotus Connections 3.0 was on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. Best thing in Ubuntu is the package management with aptitude or apt (First developed from Debian GNU/Linux Community). It is easy to use and powerful in installation and upgrade processes. Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Server Installation Installed Standard Server 64 Bit with OpenSSH, nothing else. After the first start i prepared network, dns and /etc/hosts. First hint: Ubuntu normaly includes a line in the /etc/hosts with 127.0.1.1 hostname.

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