After some false stops and starts, Brainworker and I can finally publish my full user guide for Notes Mail, Calendar, Contacts and To do. Perfect for new employees used to Outlook, but also as a user guide for any Notes user.
So, you have new employees who have never used anything but Outlook for mail and calendaring. Download my manual on how to ease the transition for them when they start using Notes in your organisation.
A lot of organisations are using both HCL Notes and Microsoft Teams, despite no integration between these two products. Here is how you can see all your Teams meetings inside your Notes calendar.
Microsoft send out at least 54 emails a day about news, announcement of new features nobody asked for and a shitload of agreements you have to remember to sign by a certain date, even though you already have. But the one I received today had my jaw drop to the floor.
One should never rest on ones laurels, they say. So to keep up with customer demand, as well as being interested in learning new things, I can now help you with Microsoft Teams.
UPDATE! Last week a friend of mine asked me if I could try and find out where the IBM Connections plugin for Microsoft Outlook had gone. It was no longer available as a download in the IBM Collaboration Solutions Catalog. Turns out it has been pulled!
Yesterday I upgraded Office 2016 manually on my computer. This because I changed my Office 365 subscription to a payment plan that gives me more apps, like Teams and Skype for Business. This made the IBM Connections plugin for Outlook stop working. But thanks to IBM, I managed to fix it. Here’s how you can…
A real life story that happened to me with two different customers. Once upon a time there two files. Each file was used in a different organisation. The files were important for the organisations and several people needed access to them as several departments and projects needed to be able access, update and read them….
Yesterday I got another «Hi, this is Fucker Fuckerson from Microsoft Security calling” call. They had even managed to fake a Norwegian cell phone number this time, which is the only reason I replied. (I never reply to call from abroad anymore. If people outside of Norway wants to get hold of me, they have…