Exchange Hacks Six Weeks On - What's Happening?  

By Cormac McCarthy | 5/7/21 2:43 AM | Business - News | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

If you read this blog you’ll know I’ve written about the Exchange Hacks a few weeks back. What’s interesting is the feedback we’ve got since. We are aware of many folks who were directly affected. We’ve heard through others of many more. Not too many people are posting flashing neon signs saying what happened to them publicly and probably understandably so. We’ve heard through third parties of large high profile public bodies moving (or planning to move) from Exchange to Domino for mail.

Domino Online Meeting Integration will be here in DAYS   

By Cormac McCarthy | 5/4/21 1:15 PM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

So if you haven’t been watching NCUG (why not! Well done Hogne it’s been really good), Thomas Hampel announced that a new feature DOMI will be available within days on GitHub for free.

Domino Public key checking - Do it.  

By Cormac McCarthy | 4/29/21 2:04 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

HCL are really on top of their game on security and so is Domino. You may have recently seen a blog I did for HCL on HCL Domino v12: The 4 New Security Features You’ve Been Waiting for However it is really important not to assume that your environment is completely secure. This blog today is more back to the fundamentals of Domino security and one setting in particular. I complete health checks and security audits of environments all the time. On most environments where Domino People have not been before there is one setting that is consistently overlooked. It’s on the Security Tab of your Server document. “Compare public keys“. It’s usually left blank.

Quick tip - Connection documents with Domino clusters  

By Cormac McCarthy | 4/21/21 2:11 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

This is a powerful yet under-utilized feature in Domino. It’s not complicated. In a replication connection document, you can use the Domino server cluster name instead of a server name in the “Destination server” field.