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Dirty Secrets of the

Notes Client
Henning Kunz & Christoph Adler



13:30 – Start

14:30 – Break ~10min

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17:00 - End
Christoph Adler - Senior Consultant at panagenda

18 years of Lotus / IBM / HCL solutions experience

Focused on
• IBM Notes Client Management
• Analysis and Optimization of ICS infrastructures
• Cloud onboarding
• Application Modernization

Good to know
• German
• Bass player (for a band called “DISCO”)
• Husband, Geek, loves Football (soccer) and Beer
• Don’t give energy drinks → squirrel mode
Henning Kunz – CEO at panagenda Consulting

23 years of Lotus / IBM / HCL solutions experience

Focused on
• Analysis and Optimization of ICS infrastructures
• Transformation projects
• People & Services

Good to know
• German
• Father, husband, life lover

1. IBM Notes

2. Marvel Client

3. Upgrades → V10.0.1 FP1 + Language Kit G1 -Break 1-

4. Citrix / VDI

5. Troubleshooting -Break 2-

6. Notes Client Analysis: How to use this data in projects

7. Optional: Performance
IBM Notes

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IBM Notes

• V9.0.1 (FP10 + IF6 + JVM + ST9.0.1 FP1 HF1) & V10.0.1 (FP1)

• Standard, Basic, Admin- & Domino Designer-client

• ICAA 2.0.1

• Single & Multi-User

IBM Notes – V10.0.1 FP1
IBM Notes - Downloads

• IBM Notes V10.0.1 Language Kit G1 & localized clients


• IBM Notes V10.0.1 Fix Pack 1

IBM Notes - Directories

• Program directory
C:\Program Files(x86)\IBM\Notes

• Shared data directory


• Data directory
IBM Notes – V10.0.1 FP1

• 23.100 files in Notes Program\framework in 2.000 subdirectories

– 9.000 (largely undocumented) .properties files
– 1.000 .jar files
– 600 .xml files
– 1.200 .html files
• 445 files in Notes Data\workspace in 630 subdirectories
– 40 (largely undocumented) XML files
– 40 (largely undocumented) .properties files

• Which is
– >23.500 files in >2.600 subdirectories
– >9.000 largely undocumented files

– ... and >30 NSFs/NTFs/NDKs

– ... and the good old notes.ini file
IBM Notes – V10.0.1 FP1

(nsf) Physical nsfs 1, 2, 3, … n


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MarvelClient Architecture

Clients download new and changed Config Analyze Client save results and configuration
actions at every client start from details back to server
server incrementally and execute incrementally, too (object-wise)
them seamlessly
As desktop icons, bookmarks, etc. do
Actions also run offline not change for 90% of all users ->
traffic is saved accordingly

~25KB / user
for entire desktop & bookmarks(!),
Client notes.ini, ECL and more

Single .dll / .so / .dylib 1 Single MC Small Plugin (80kb) for Eclipse
At least 2 Notes.ini entries DLL Plugin Management (optional)
“Self Healing Clients” ensure Client continuity for ongoing TCO savings

Work /
Effort Audit Configure Benefit


Classic Helpdesk client management only offers remote


• 1,000 helpdesk calls remain 1,000 management

• Repeated efforts lead to limited, over time decreasing
→ Only reduces time spent on each helpdesk call
“Self Healing Clients” ensure Client continuity for ongoing TCO savings

Work /
Effort Audit Configure Benefit


MarvelClient is similar to an email spam-filter: Centrally

created actions solve helpdesk incidents automatically

• Actions are permanently enforced

• Benefits increase over time and can reduce helpdesk
calls by up to 80%
→ Reduces number of helpdesk calls AND time
spent on each call
IBM Notes → Self-Healing

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MarvelClient Essentials – included in IBM Notes/Domino 10.0.1

• Makes it easier, faster and cheaper to upgrade to IBM Notes 10.x

• Provides valuable insights into Notes client landscapes for Notes 9.x and beyond
• Helps reduce helpdesk tickets, support, client maintenance and upgrade efforts
• Runs on all Notes client platforms supported by IBM (Intel Mac 64 bit, Windows, Citrix and VDI)
• Runs on all IBM Domino platforms supported by IBM
• Best of all: it’s FREE and included in IBM Notes and Domino 10.0.1

• If you are not on IBM Notes and/or Domino 10.0.1 now, you can get MarvelClient Essentials here:

More information:
MarvelClient Essentials – included in IBM Notes/Domino 10.0.1
Marvel Client Upgrade Free

MarvelClient Upgrade Free
V10.0.1 FP1 + Language Kit G1

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What we see out there in Notes deployments

• Lack of visibility and control

• Many different versions and many different installation types

• Uncontrolled configurations (Data Dirs, Locations, Connections, Accounts,

Settings, Eclipse preferences, …)

• Not secure (JVM vulnerabilities, Code Signers, ECL Management)

• Mixed functionality – things don’t work!

• The same end-user problems occur again and again (and again)
What we see out there in Notes deployments (2)

• Reluctance to upgrade

• Software deployment teams have little/no knowledge or “care factor” about


• Administrators lack time and skill to utilize all available tools to effectively
manage the Notes client

• Perception → it's too difficult and/or expensive / too risky for the business
due to disruptions
Know your current environment

• It’s fundamentally important that your know the details about your current
Notes Client Infrastructure to be able to make smart decisions for future
– Which exact versions are deployed?
– Which Installation types and modes are used?
– Locations of Program-, Data- and SharedData-Dir?
– Usage of Laptops, Desktops, Citrix and VDI in numbers/percentage?
– Which OS incl. version is used?
– Usage of Notes addons → Connections plugins, SwiftFile, CTI, … ?

• If you can’t answer the questions above 100% correctly, the following two
slides will help you a lot!
MarvelClient Essentials – AnalyzeDB examples
MarvelClient Essentials – AnalyzeDB examples (2)
MarvelClient Essentials – AnalyzeDB examples (3)
MarvelClient Essentials – AnalyzeDB examples (4)
Define target (version and more …)

• Version is very easy at the moment → 10.0.1 FP1

– Feature Pack 1 is available ☺ → psst “SHF” is coming !?

– Notes 11 will be shipped in Q4 2019 / Q1 2020

• Which Client Package?

– Standard, Basic and/or ICAA (IBM Client Application Access)

• Which Installation type?

– Single or MultiUser
Define target (version and more …) (2)

• Adding languages using MUI-Pack installation(s)

– Multilingual User Interface

– Group1, 2a, 2b and 3 → Group1 was finally released on 5th Feb 2019 – but 

– Group1 is available again ☺

• Current status for languages

– Group 1

– Group 2 languages (later → ~ same eGA as FP2) ?

Notes/Domino v11 Language Kits

• Re-engineering language kit generation process

• Selected language kits will be available for betas

• Simultaneous ship language kits with Domino v11

• Ship language kit fix packs as necessary

Define target (version and more …) (3)

• Where to deploy?
– Laptops, Desktops, Citrix and/or VDI

– Windows7, Windows10, macOS 10.13 and/or macOS 10.14

Define target (version and more …) (3)

• Adding other functions/packages?

– Sametime embedded → not needed, 10.0.1 is up-to-date

– JVMPatch → not needed, 10.0.1 is up-to-date

– SwiftFile → use latest version 4.2.1 here


− IBM Connections Plugins for Notes → use latest version here
https://xspy.mybluemix.net/nx OR directly at HCL

− Programs/Applications who interacts/communicates with Notes

CTI, Instant Messengers, …
Define target (version and more …) (4)

• Let’s assume (for this session) you want to Upgrade from Notes 9.0.1 FPx IFx to the following
– IBM Notes 10.0.1 Standard Client → MultiUser Installation on Windows10 64Bit
– Add French and Japanese (Multilingual User Interface = MUI)
– Fix Pack 1
– SwiftFile 4.2.1
– Connections Plugins for Notes
– Use of default paths for
Program directory
C:\Program Files(x86)\IBM\Notes
Shared data directory
Data directory
Choose Upgrade/Deployment Tool – Third-Party-Solutions

• Third-Party-Solution for Notes → Today: Marvel Client Upgrade Free

• Third-Party-Solutions for Windows, like


– Empirum

– LanDesk


– others
Choose Upgrade/Deployment Tool – Notes Smart Upgrade

For many many reasons

We “personally” do not recommend to use “Notes Smart Upgrade”

Create Upgrade Package

• No need to make changes to MSI package(s)

– Scripts can help here

– Differentiation between package and configuration (notes.ini, ConfigFile, etc.)

– That will help you a lot when it comes to package changes, new versions and testing

• Always include an Uninstall part in your package

– In-place upgrades are not recommended

– You can use the package also in cases of a new or re-install

Create Upgrade Package (2)

Installation order
a) Uninstall current version
• Using NICE (Notes Install Cleanup Executable)
b) Run local cleanup
• Remove old Program- and SharedData-Dir
c) Install IBM Notes 10.0.1
d) Add French and Japanese languages (Multilingual User Interface = MUI)
e) Install Fix Pack 1
f) Install SwiftFile 4.2.1
g) Install Connections Plugins for Notes
h) Copy customized files like stub notes.ini, ConfigFile, etc.
Create Upgrade Package (3)

• Command lines for silent Uninstall and Cleanup

• Command lines for silent Install/Upgrade

• Command lines to copy customized stub notes.ini & ConfigFile

Create Upgrade Package (4)

• Check the log files (created during installation) for errors for all installed

– Successful

– Not successful (with errors) – new installation needed after Windows restart
(complete package)
Create Upgrade Package (5)

• Additional Information
– For an installation on Citrix, please check out this slideshare:
• https://www.slideshare.net/christophadler50/panagenda-webinar-virtual-faster-better-how-to-

– If you need/want to switch from Single to MultiUser

• Check out the MUMA Tool (Multi-User Migration Assistant) – must be done before Upgrade to
Notes 10.0.1
– https://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21459627

– A specific Third-Party solution can help here during Upgrade process – also if you want
to migrate the DataDir from NetworkDrive to default local → Marvel Client Upgrade ☺
Create Upgrade Package (6)

• Additional Information
– Customized stub notes.ini (example)

– config.txt (example)
Define post Upgrade actions

• notes.ini changes for existing configurations

(via MarvelClient Essentials or Policy)
– Add NSF_UpdateODS=1
– Add V10_WORKSPACE_BACKGROUND_MODE=1 → see next slide
IBM Notes 10.x – Workspace

• This will be controlled by a notes.ini parameter:

V10_WORKSPACE_BACKGROUND_MODE=0 → default (blue)
V10_WORKSPACE_BACKGROUND_MODE=1 → classic (grey lines)

• If you choose for “2”, make sure you have an image resource in your local
bookmark.nsf named “$WorkspaceImage”
Test, pilot, production

• Test
– Try to use virtual machines with snapshots
– Use images, which is very close to your production configuration
▪ Desktops vs. Laptops vs. VDI
▪ ActiveDirectoy → GPOs (Group Policy Objects)
▪ No local admin user rights
▪ Enabled UAC (User Account Control)
▪ Installed AV (Anti-Virus) Software
Test, pilot, production (2)

• Pilot
– Choose the members of the pilot group wisely and let them know
– 20 – 50 users from different departments and with different requirements on IBM Notes

• Production Deployment
– Inform your ServiceDesk and your users before you push the button
– Balance your deployment by upgrading e. g. 100-500 users at the same time – no more
How to prepare an Upgrade
in < 20 minutes

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How to run an Upgrade
in < 5 minutes

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MarvelClient Upgrade Free

• Please register here to get the free license:

– https://www.panagenda.com/products/marvelclient/free-upgrade/

• Documentation:
– https://img.panagenda.com/download/MarvelClient/QuickStartGuide_MarvelClient-Upgrade-

• Taking Your First Steps with MarvelClient Upgrade

– https://www.panagenda.com/2019/03/taking-your-first-steps-with-marvelclient-upgrade/

• Getting the Most From Your MarvelClient Upgrade

– https://www.panagenda.com/2019/03/getting-the-most-from-your-marvelclient-upgrade/
Under the Hood of Notes Client Upgrades

Citrix / VDI

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Virtual, Faster, Better – How To Virtualize IBM Notes V10

To roam or not to roam: that is the question

• Given the previous reasons why IBM Notes in virtual environments should
not have any files in the network, the following logical questions arise
– How can personal IBM Notes data folders of end users be maintained locally on the
virtual environment servers?
• Think of having N servers in the farm where personal end user data potentially
needs to be on every single server

• How do end users get their most recent IBM Notes configuration no matter
on which server in the farm they log on?

• How to ensure that disk space used by IBM Notes data folders is cleared
after log off?
To roam or not to roam: that is the question (cont.)

• How to avoid transfers of large IBM Notes data folders per user during log on and
log off which increase wait times and cause network traffic?

• The answer is: Roaming!

– To provide end users with their latest IBM Notes configuration, their data needs to be
roamed onto the server they log on to start their session
– Roaming can be achieved through own procedures (e. g. logon script),
Domino Roaming or third-party solutions
To roam or not to roam: that is the question (cont.)

Log on to Start Log on to Work with

virtual session IBM Notes IBM Notes IBM Notes

Roam Roam Roam

data data data

(happens here: (or here: 3rd-party) (or here:

logon script, IBM Roaming)
Log off from Shutdown
Clear data
virtual session IBM Notes

Backup Backup
data data

(or here) (happens here)


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Where are the logs?

IBM Notes - Workspace

– Data\workspace\logs
• Error-log-n.xml
All Java error messages (System.err), stack traces and log messages (Level CONFIG or higher)

• Trace-log-n.xml
All Error-log messages + all active plugin messages
→ Data\Workspace\.config\rcpinstall.properties
→ C:\Program Files (x86)\IBM\Notes\framework\rcp\eclipse\plugins\com.ibm.rcp.base_10.0.0.20190213-0607

• Default → the last 5 Error-log-n.xml + 10 Trace-log-n.xml will be saved

Where are the logs? (2)


• console.log & console_<hostname>_<date>@<time>.log
– Incl. Marvel Client log.xml messages
• nsd_W32I_<hostname>_<date>@<time>.log
• core*.dmp
• …

– %LocalAppData%\panagenda\marvel
• Logs\ → the last 5 logs
• Log.xml
• Actions.xml
• Temp\*.xml
Notes Client Analysis:
How to use this data in projects

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Essentials as well as MC Basic collect interesting data
Project use cases

• Hardware rollout (new laptops/workstations)

• Notes Client upgrade
• Notes Client standardization
• Location Doc standardization
• Desktop cleanup
• Certificate inventory
• ID file review

• Server consolidation
• Notes.ini hygiene
Project use cases advanced

• Introduce panagenda roaming

– Who is using which local dbs
– How big are those (especially the “system dbs”)

• Disconnected knowledge
– Which unique non system replicaids are out there

• Modernize applications
– Which apps are used as local replica
– Correlate with backend inventory

• Dislocated mailfile archives

– Correlate MC Analyze
– Homedrive scan
– Groupdrive scan
Customer use case:

Group addressbook

pernames based app on server, which can be accessed by a closed group of users

Goal: Take these applications out of service.

• Who has local replica?
• Who is using this local replica (or the app on server) to address emails
(notes.ini entry names=…)

• Local databases
• Notes.ini entries
• List of replicaids of group addressbooks
Tableau – Sample Data Set

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Customer use case:

Citrix icons before standardization

Small amount of users in 100.000 user environment are using unmanaged Citrix

Goal: Manage Desktop and standardize page 1 and mail icon

How are Citrix Notes desktops looking today
• Which workspace pages exist
• Where are the mail icons today

• Desktop icons
• Workspace pages

Tableau – Sample Data Set

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Customer use case:

Where are local maifile replicas?

We need do to know where users are storing/hiding local mail “backups”

Goal: Get an overview of mailreplica “archives”

• Where are mailfiles on homedrives
• Where are mailfiles on groupshares
• Where are mailfiles locally outside Notes datadir

• Scan homedrives
• Scan groupshares
• Scan local disks

Tableau – Sample Data Set

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Why your Domino servers might have been using 30% more CPU
recently – and how to fix it

• A new feature added in Notes 9.0.1 FP9 (still exists in V10) called
“Delegated mail files are refreshed automatically“
– Even though the documentation states “Ask your administrator to enable this feature.”, the
functionality is turned on by default

• When an end-user opens another user’s calendar, IBM Notes will automatically add some
notes.ini entries
DELEGATED_MAIL_FILE1=Christoph Adler_server1/panagenda-demo!!mail\cadler.nsf_1/31/2019

• Impact
IBM Notes opens many different user mail files upon client startup and regularly thereafter

• Fix
Remove all DELEGATED_* entries in notes.ini
Add DEBUG_DISABLE_AUTO_REFRESH_DELEGATED_INBOX=1 to notes.ini to disable the feature

More information:
Antivirus real-time scanning in Data directory

~55% of the entire data volume in the Data

directory changes on a DAILY basis in most
setups Data directory:
File changes per day
• 5 - 10% in Data\workspace (up to 300 files)
• DISABLE Antivirus scanning for at least
*.ns* 45%
in Data Directory. Once or more Less
What makes the Notes Client START slow

Client crashes/database fixups

• Especially bad for network based data directories clients

Outdated Hardware
• You need >4 GB memory if you want to use Notes AND something else
• Old fixed disks with fragmentation
• Fun Exercise: Buy a Solid State Disk and make Notes start off of that ;-)

Tons of startup programs/scripts launching during the “boot storm”

• If the disk is unable to keep up, it‘s not Notes' fault
What makes the Notes Client START slow (cont.)

Outdated Data directories

• Virtually 100% of all NTFs (Laptops: 90%) can be removed by
• Cleaning up old Notes 4+5+6/7 templates
• using ini:SharedDataDirectory= (also with Single User install!)

Operating System
• Windows 8.1 boots ~20% faster than Windows 7
• Windows 10 ~15% faster than 8.1
ODS of local databases

ODS = On Disk Structure

• ODS 16 = Notes 2
• ODS 17 = Notes 3
• ODS 20 = Notes 4
• ODS 41 = Notes 5
• ODS 43 = Notes 6 & 7
• ODS 48 = Notes 8
• ODS 51 = Notes 8.5 & 9
• ODS 52 = Notes 9.0.1
• ODS 53 = Notes 10

The difference between ODS 43 and 53 = up to 80% LESS FILE I/O

This helps with ANY client AND server hardware
ODS of local databases (cont.)

CAUTION: The ODS is not automatically updated when upgrading clients

– ODS 52 requires Notes >= 9.0.1 and CREATE_R9_DATABASES=1 in notes.ini for NEW db’s
– ODS 53 requires Notes >= 10 and CREATE_R10_DATABASES=1 in notes.ini for NEW db's

Good News for Notes (since 8.5.x)

– Use NSF_UpdateODS=1 with CREATE_R9/R10_DATABASES=1 for a one-time upgrade of most local
• NOTE: End users can't access databases during compact OR databases will be ignored if in use

Manually upgrade ODS of local databases/templates

– Run the following command line:
ncompact.exe -C -ODS -* -Client -UpdateIndexes
What makes the Notes Client PERFORM slow

• ODS of local databases
• Hardware

• EXTMGR_ADDINS = (not just) local virus scanners
• Disable Notes “plugins“ like virus scanners etc.
– They increase Network traffic by up to 200 – 250%!

Data directory on the network vs. fixed disk

• Disk performance is the #1 bottleneck
– think SSD vs. normal HDD ; 7.200rpm vs. 5.400rpm ; network drive vs. local fixed disk
Port settings

Port settings are included in the notes.ini

• Type / Active / Encryption / Compression / Timeout

• LAN0 / COMx / DisabledPorts → should be removed

Good idea
• Use TCPIP according to the client type
• TCPIP = TCP,0,15,0,,12320, → Desktops
• TCPIP = TCP,0,15,0,,45088, → Laptops
• TCPIP = TCP,0,15,0,,12288, → Citrix / VDI
• Hardware compression (e. g. Riverbed)?

Don‘t forget the Domino servers!

Manage Port Settings

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jvm.properties file

To speed up the IBM Notes JVM it’s useful to optimize memory settings

Open %ProgramFiles(x86)%\IBM\Notes\framework\rcp\deploy\jvm.properties
– Modify vmarg.Xmx from “-Xmx256m” to “-Xmx1024m”
– Modify vmarg.Xms from “-Xms64m” to “-Xms256m”
– Change vmarg.Xmca=-Xmca512k

The implicit rules

– Do not change vmarg.Xmx to more than -Xmx1024m regardless of how much memory you have
– vmarg.Xms should always be ¼ of what you changed Xmx to

– The above defaults have been changed by IBM over the last couple of Notes releases.
You might find other values than Xmx256m and Xms64m in your setups.
What makes the Notes Client PERFORM slow (cont.)

IBM Roaming Users

– Try replicating 80MB each time you logon to Notes before use!

Connection documents
– Pointing to outdated server names or IP addresses
– Low priority connection documents, which can cause connectivity failures

Location documents
– IP addresses for mailserver → breaks Policies
– Outdated mail and home server information
– Outdated mail file path
– Catalog server (think db links, doc links, new bookmarks)
Why is the Catalog important?

Ever wondered what exactly happens when you click on db links / doc links / view

1. Notes checks whether you already have a workspace icon pointing to the replica ID in the link. If
yes, the top most icon on the stack decides on which server the db will open

2. If there's no icon on the workspace, Notes asks the catalog server in your currently selected
location document where the db is to be found. So, make sure your catalog is up to date! No
catalog server? Notes will ask your home mail server!

3. Are you replicating your catalog.nsf across all servers? Bad news: If 2.) applies, Notes will open the
database on the server it finds first in the catalog – which is sorted alphabetically. In global
infrastructures that might be a server far far away, e. g. in Asia

Make sure to use an appropriate catalog server in your location documents!

Performance Measuring with Client Clocking

All of this should only be done on “ONE” client – slows down client, creates huge log

Use the following to see and measure client performance

– Debug_Outfile=c:\debug.txt
– Debug_Console=1
– DEBUG_TCP_ALL=1 (use only if needed)

Fileserver or local disk Performance Debugging is virtually impossible

– If on >= 8.5 try adding DEBUGGINGWCTENABLED=16386 in Notes
Performance Measuring with Client Clocking (cont.)

Client_Clock=1 leads to a debug file of the following format:

Performance Measuring with Client Clocking (cont.)

OpenNTF – NRPC Parser


Last Update:
v1.0.14 – Nov 10, 2016

Developed by:
Jamie Magee, MartinScott Consulting LLC, US
Andrew Magerman, Magerman Collaborative Software GmbH, Switzerland
Performance Measuring with Client Clocking (cont.)

OpenNTF – NRPC Parser

Performance Tuning – Understanding cache.ndk

We've all been “advised to”/guilty of deleting the cache.ndk in an effort to cure Notes
performance problems/symptoms
– Some companies even delete cache.ndk on a scheduled basis

HOWEVER, let us explain the impact of that on Notes performance ...

– Increases traffic between client and server by 4,000% (forty times more traffic, yes)
(10,000+% if the data directory is on a network drive)
– The more databases end users use, the worse it gets
– There is always a root cause – deleting cache.ndk only fixes symptoms
– Let's look at some detailed traffic analysis for just ONE application (the mail file) of ONE user ...
Performance Tuning – Understanding cache.ndk (cont.)

After deleting
Keeping / NOT deleting cache.ndk

100 users =
150 MB vs. 3,7 MB

1000 users =
1.5 GB vs. 37 MB

Excluding Fileservers!
MarvelClient for iOS & Android Next

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Three FREE solutions: MarvelClient (MC)

• Essentials to Analyze & Optimize your Notes clients

• Upgrade Free to Notes 10.0.1 FP1
• MarvelClient for iOS (Private Beta) and Android Next
• Automatic Client Setup to streamline and adapt
• Analyze and Manage from one central Domino database, from day one

Recent applications Local replicas and User preferences and

replicator page entries notes.ini
Workspace icons and Fulltext indices Location and
bookmarks * connection documents
Mail server changes Cloud migrations
Mass changes Profile documents Run LotusScript
* even though workspace is not supported it is used for the client toagents
function properly


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