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Chapter 1. Overview . . . . . . . . . 1 Chapter 2. New features . . . . . . . . 3 Chapter 3. Downloading IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Chapter 4. Software and device prerequisites . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Chapter 5. IBM Notes Traveler setup on IBM i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Installing IBM Notes Traveler server on IBM i . . . 9 Preparing to install the IBM Notes Traveler server from a download image on IBM i . . . . . . 9 Running the IBM Notes Traveler server installation program on IBM i . . . . . . . 10 Adding IBM Notes Traveler to an IBM i Domino server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Changing existing IBM Notes Traveler server settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Uninstalling IBM Notes Traveler on IBM i . . . . 13 Configuring the IBM Notes Traveler High Availability pool on IBM i . . . . . . . . . 13

Chapter 8. Windows Phone server administration and configuration . . . 21 Chapter 9. Using a Windows Phone device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Configuring an account for IBM Notes Windows Phone . . . . . . . . Customizing your account . . . Deleting your account . . . . . Traveler . . . . . . . . . on . . 24 . . 25 . . 26

Chapter 10. Using a Windows RT device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Configuring the Windows RT device for use with IBM Notes Traveler . . . . . . . . . . . Configuring an account for IBM Notes Traveler on Windows RT device . . . . . . . . . . Customizing your Windows RT account . . . . Deleting your Windows RT account . . . . . . a . . . 28 29 29 30

Chapter 11. Upgrading existing IBM Notes Traveler environments . . . . . 31 Chapter 12. Known restrictions . . . . 33 Chapter 13. Providing feedback or reporting problems . . . . . . . . . 37 Chapter 14. More information . . . . . 39

Chapter 6. IBM Notes Traveler To Do for Android . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Chapter 7. IBM Notes Traveler To Do for Apple iOS . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

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Windows Phone 7. For more information about existing features of IBM Notes Traveler. see the following 8.8. and Windows RT devices. Overview This document highlights the new features and changes that have been made to Lotus Notes® Traveler for version 9 Beta.Chapter 1.5.3 Upgrade Pack 2 wiki documentation: v Administering v Using 1 . over-the-air sync capability between Lotus® Domino® servers and wireless handheld devices. including Android. Windows Phone 7. Nokia S60 Third and Fifth Edition devices. Windows Mobile. Apple. as well as detailed installation and setup guides.5. IBM® Notes Traveler provides automatic. two-way.0. Nokia Symbian ^3 devices. Windows Phone 8.

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“IBM Notes Traveler setup on IBM i. including: v Windows Phone 7. you must first download the free IBM Notes Traveler To Do application from the Apple app store. Updated IBM Notes Traveler server operating system support IBM Notes Traveler now supports additional operating system platforms. mobile users can: v v v v v Review upcoming To Do's using several different views Complete To Do's or remove them entirely Create new To Do's Organize To Do's into lists Sync attachments as part of To Do data To sync To Do data on Apple iOS devices. Using the new IBM Notes Traveler To Do application on an Android or Apple iOS device.” on page 9 for more information) v Windows Server 2012 v Redhat 6 64-bit mode (IBM Notes Traveler now runs in native 64-bit mode when installed with IBM Domino 64-bit. including: v IBM i (see Chapter 5.8 v Windows Phone 8 Windows RT device support Devices running Windows RT have limited support with IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta.” on page 27 for more information on capabilities. In addition. “Using a Windows RT device.Chapter 2.) v Suse 11 64-bit mode (IBM Notes Traveler now runs in native 64-bit mode when installed with IBM Domino 64-bit. Calendar data can be synced and viewed on the Windows RT device. Windows Phone device support Devices running the following Windows Phone versions are now supported by IBM Notes Traveler 9. New features IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta adds support for the following new features: To Do sync support for IBM Notes Traveler for Android and Apple iOS devices This beta release provides 2-way sync support for Domino To Do data. but it is not recommended to make calendar changes on the device at this time as further work is in progress to validate calendar support beyond the viewing of events. See Chapter 10. IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta supports two-way sync of Mail and Contacts on these devices using the built-in Exchange account.) 3 .5 v Windows Phone 7.

Note: Support for Redhat 5 and Suse 10 has been removed as those operating system levels are not supported by the Domino 9 server. 4 IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta .

3 Upgrade Pack 2 product documentation. 2. Please answer a few questions about your company and yourself. 7. 3. then click the Register here link to create one. 5. For detailed installation and setup instructions. v For IBM i installations: traveler90_i_public_beta. v For Windows installations: traveler90_win_public_beta.zip 6. 5 . Note: If you don't have an IBM user ID. Go to the download site and login with your IBM ID. following the procedure in this section. Downloading IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta To download the Beta.5. If you agree with its terms. 4. Select and download the Beta files of interest to you. Click I confirm at the bottom of the page to display the download page. Scroll down and once again check I agree to the license terms. You will receive an e-mail confirming your new IBM user ID has been created. check I agree. IBM Notes Traveler 9 public beta installation is nearly identical to Lotus Notes Traveler 8. and whether you would like to be contacted by IBM.Chapter 3.tar.5. 1.zip. Please let us know what you think of this beta release by providing feedback in the ND Social Edition and Traveler public beta forum. refer to the IBM Notes Traveler 8. You can then return to the beta download site and sign in.3 Upgrade Pack 2 installation. v For Linux installations: traveler90_linux_public_beta. Review the beta license agreement.

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Domino Server support IBM Notes Traveler 9 running in Standalone mode may be installed on any of the following: v Domino 9 Enterprise Server v Domino 9 Messaging Server IBM Notes Traveler 9 running in High Availability mode is only licensed to run on and may only be installed on the following: v Domino 9 Enterprise Server Remote mail database support IBM Notes Traveler server can connect to remote mail databases hosted by Domino 7.Chapter 4. The Domino remote mail server can be any operating system supported by Domino.7.64 bit 7 .0. The following platforms are supported: v Windows 2008 R2 .2 servers or above.5 and above.7. 64-bit version recommended. v Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise Edition 2008 SP1 CU1 or higher. 64-bit version recommended. The following enterprise databases are supported. v DB2 Enterprise Server Edition v9. fixpack 5 or higher. See the database product documentation for information on its hardware and software requirements. v DB2 Workgroup Server Edition v9. Mail file template support IBM Notes Traveler server supports Notes standard and iNotes mail file templates. version 6. Enterprise database requirements IBM Notes Traveler High Availability mode requires an enterprise database which is accessed by all IBM Notes Traveler servers in a common service pool. 64-bit version recommended. fixpack 5 or higher. v Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise Edition 2008 R2 SP1 CU1 or higher. Server operating systems IBM Notes Traveler 9 supports a subset of the operating systems supported by IBM Domino 9. Software and device prerequisites The IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta has the following software requirements for use. 64-bit version recommended. Note: The IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta is only available in the English language version.

2 and higher (includes Android 3 and Android 4) v Windows RT v Windows Phone 7. The following software is required on IBM i operating systems: v Domino for IBM i .1 and 6.8 v Windows Phone 8 IBM Notes Traveler 9 supports connections from the following device platforms running the latest recommended maintenance for the Lotus Notes Traveler 8.64 bit SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP1 64-bit Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 6 x86-64 IBM i 6.0.0 64-bit JVM v IBM Toolbox for Java – V6R1 5761JC1 – V7R1 5770SS1 option 3 Device operating systems IBM Notes Traveler 9 supports the following device operating systems: v Apple iOS 4 and higher (includes iOS 5 and iOS 6) v Android 2.5.0 32-bit JVM – Option 12: J2SE 6.Domino 9.0 (5733LD9) v IBM Developer Kit for Java 5761JV1 (7.1 IBM i 7.5.v v v v v Windows 2012 . if these clients are required for end user devices.5 8 IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta . it is recommended that you first install Lotus Notes Traveler 8. During the upgrade process. Note that IBM Notes Traveler 9 beta does not include these clients in the shipping server install package. For this beta. the client installation files for these platforms will be migrated to the proper location to work on an IBM Notes Traveler 9 server. 6.1 and 6.3 and then upgrade that system to IBM Notes Traveler 9.3 client software.1) Base plus – Option 11: J2SE 6.5 v Windows Phone 7.1 server operating systems support IBM Notes Traveler on both 32-bit and 64-bit JVMs.1 and 7. v Nokia Series 60 3rd and 5th edition v Nokia Symbian^3 v Windows Mobile 6.1 IBM i operating systems IBM i 6.

please refer to this article. your user profile must have the following special authorities: v All object access (*ALLOBJ) v Security administration (*SECADM) To add IBM Notes Traveler to a Domino server. To check your user profile. follow these steps: 1. Installing IBM Notes Traveler server on IBM i Several steps are required to install IBM Notes Traveler server on IBM i operating systems. If you are not the administrator. where <user-id> is the name of your user profile. To install the IBM Notes Traveler software. Ensure that Domino is installed. Verifying authority to install and set up IBM Notes Traveler on IBM i The administrator who installs and sets up IBM Notes Traveler must sign on to the system with a user profile that has the required authorities. IBM Notes Traveler setup on IBM i There are several IBM i operating system considerations to be aware of when planning the IBM Notes Traveler server installation on IBM i.Chapter 5. If your user profile does not have the required authority. For Domino setup considerations and information on installing in a High Availability (HA) environment. Press the PAGE DOWN key and look for the special authority field to display the special authority for the user profile. your user profile must have the following special authorities: v All object access (*ALLOBJ) v Security administration (*SECADM) v System configuration (*IOSYSCFG) The IBM i security administrator has the required authority to install and set up IBM Notes Traveler. ask the security administrator to either install and set up the IBM Notes Traveler server or add the required authority to your user profile. 9 . use the Display User Profile (DSPUSRPRF) command to determine if your user profile has the required authorities. Preparing to install the IBM Notes Traveler server from a download image on IBM i You can download an installation package for the IBM Notes Traveler Server for IBM i. DSPUSRPRF <user-id> 2. Type the following IBM i command and press Enter. skip this step. If you are installing from physical media.

Start an FTP session with your system and transfer the downloaded files to the save files you created earlier. Download the installation package for the IBM Notes Traveler Server if you have not already done so. 3. Use the same user profile that you used in step 2. you should have downloaded the IBM Notes Traveler server installation package and created save files. which contains: v A short Readme document v QNTSINSTF: IBM i Traveler binary save file 2. 2. Sign on to the system with a user profile that has *ALLOBJ and *SECADM authority. When you are prompted. 1. 3. Follow the following procedure to set up the IBM Notes Traveler server. Use the RSTLICPGM command to install from the save files you created when you downloaded the installation package. Use the IBM i command line to install the Traveler server programs. ftp [your IBM i server name or IP address] username password bin put QNTSINSTF MYLIB/QNTSINSTF (replace quit The save files on your system now contain the IBM Notes Traveler Server software. Open a Windows Command Prompt on your workstation and change to the directory that contains the downloaded files. run the following commands to create a library and the required empty save files for the IBM Notes Traveler software. You should already have installed Domino. extract the zipped installation package.Perform the following procedure to download the installation package and create save files: 1. CRTLIB MYLIB CRTSAVF MYLIB/QNTSINSTF 4. accept the IBM Notes Traveler software agreement. Adding IBM Notes Traveler to an IBM i Domino server There are several steps to setting up a IBM Notes Traveler server to run on IBM i. Running the IBM Notes Traveler server installation program on IBM i Run the installation program on the machine where you plan to install a IBM Notes Traveler Server. The following example uses the save files MYLIB and QNTSINSTF. If you intend to install from a downloaded image. For example: cd c:\mydir 5. Log in using a profile with *ALLOBJ and *SECADM authority. Then on your workstation. 10 IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta . From the IBM i command line. RSTLICPGM LICPGM(5733LD9) DEV(*SAVF) LNG(2924) OPTION(20) SAVF(MYLIB/QNTSINSTF) 4. On any IBM i command line. run the appropriate command for installing from a downloaded image or physical media.

On any IBM i command line. *IOSYSCFG. type the name of the Domino server where you will add IBM Notes Traveler. This is default value. for example.ini if specified. Values for this field are as below: v *FIRSTACTIVE: The IP address of the first active network interface. It is also used for inter-server communication between servers in a high availability (HA) pool. specify the complete URL. 5. This could happen if the server has multiple active network interfaces and it is desirable for the server to use an interface other than the one that was selected.nnn. 2. Setup Parameters Field Traveler HOST IP address Description Specifies the IP address of the HOST on which IBM Notes Traveler is running.4.76.nnn. Chapter 5. 4. Sign on to the system with a user profile that has *ALLOBJ. Traveler server port Specifies the interprocess socket connection used between the Notes Travel server and its HTTP server servlet. then complete the following fields: Table 1. An IPv4 address is not valid if it has a value of all binary ones or all binary zeros for the network identifier (ID) portion or the host ID portion of the address. In the Domino server name field. v character-value: Specify the IP address that the IBM Notes Traveler server will use. In the External Access URL field. IBM Notes Traveler setup on IBM i 11 . It must be in the form nnn. Values for this field are: v 50125: The default port. and the servlet path (/traveler) that the device uses to get to the server. where nnn is a decimal number between 0 and 255.nnn. type the command ADDNTSDOM and press F4. This is also in the server document and is overridden by notes. 3.ini setting to override the default port number. This can be a proxy or redirected address and is used by the server so that links are correctly formatted for the device to get to the server in the same way it does for syncing. Press F10 for additional parameters. This is the port the IBM Notes Traveler server accesses for incoming requests from the web servlet or commands from other servers. Add this Notes.191. and *SECADM authority. 199. the server name. v 1-65535: Specify the port on which the Traveler server will be listening. the port number (if not the default). Stop the Lotus Domino server.1. including https://. There are two valid values for this field: v *BLANK: Default value v Character-value: Specify an effective URL that devices can access 6. This property can be used to override the selection if the wrong IP address is chosen.

Setup Parameters (continued) Field Traveler servlet port Description Specifies the interprocess socket connection used between the Notes Travel server and its HTTP server servlet. with the following requirements: v Multiple existing Domino server instances exist on the systems. Changing existing IBM Notes Traveler server settings You can change existing IBM Notes Traveler server settings on IBM i. 7.2 version or later client. Values for this field are: v 50126: The default port. perform the following procedure: 12 IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta .5. If this server is configured for High Availability. v Multiple instances of IBM Notes Traveler must use different network addresses or different ports on the same address. this port is not used and can be disabled.ini setting to override the default port number. you will see the message "Command ADDNTSDOM ended successfully" on the console screen. If the IBM Notes Traveler server is behind a firewall. or when setting up the IBM Notes Traveler High Availability environment on IBM i. This is the servlet listening port number. this port must not be used by other applications on this server. When IBM Notes Traveler is added to the Domino server. v 0-65535: Specify the port that the IBM Notes Traveler push service will use.1 and earlier IBM Notes Traveler servers and clients.Table 1. Note: You can set up multiple IBM Notes Traveler servers on one IBM i system. Traveler push port Specifies the TCP port used for Auto Sync communications between version 8. Use a value of zero to disable this service. Values for this field are: v 8642: The default port. If you are using a version earlier than 8. Add this Notes. this port must be open on the firewall or the IBM Notes Traveler client must use a VPN to tunnel through the external firewalls. such as the Host IP address or ports using the command CHGNTSDOM.2. To change existing server settings. the Auto Sync TCP port should be disabled as this is not a supported option in this mode. Press Enter to run the command. set the port value to 0.5. If you are using an 8. This command can be used when setting up multiple IBM Notes Traveler servers on one IBM i system. See the preceding table for more information. v 1-65535: Specify the port on which the IBM Notes Traveler servlet will be listening. To disable the Auto Sync TCP port.5.

2. On the Change Traveler on Domino display. A message will appear indicating that IBM Notes Traveler has been removed. If you want to delete the IBM Notes Traveler Server software from the system. type the following command and press F4: RMVNTSDOM 3. type the command CHGNTSDOM and press F4. specify the new values for the settings you want to change and press Enter. To remove the IBM Notes Traveler Server from an IBM i Domino Server.1. When you remove IBM Notes Traveler server from a Domino server. perform the following procedure: 1. CAUTION: When you configure a stand alone server to use an enterprise database. 3. all files related to IBM Notes Traveler that were added to the Domino server data directory or were created while running Traveler components are removed. if you are moving from an enterprise database to another database. 4. remove IBM Notes Traveler servers from your Domino servers and then run the DLTLICPGM (Delete Licensed Program) command: DLTLICPGM LICPGM(5733LD9) OPTION(20) Configuring the IBM Notes Traveler High Availability pool on IBM i This section describes how to configure the IBM Notes Traveler server to use IBM i DB2. IBM Notes Traveler setup on IBM i 13 . Use the RMVNTSDOM command to reverse the changes made when you ran the ADDNTSDOM command after installing the IBM Notes Traveler server. The following settings can be changed: v External access URL v Traveler HOST IP address v Traveler server port v Traveler servlet port v Traveler push port 4. Use this section when creating a High Availability (HA) pool or adding a server to an existing HA pool. Stop the IBM Notes Traveler server. Enter the name of the Domino server where you want to remove IBM Notes Traveler and press Enter. no user or security data is migrated. 2. the server will migrate existing user and security information to the enterprise database. Chapter 5. On any IBM i command line. enterprise or standalone. When prompted. Uninstalling IBM Notes Traveler on IBM i You can remove IBM Notes Traveler files from a Domino server without deleting the IBM Notes Traveler software from your system. Start the IBM i Traveler Server. However. On any IBM i command line. Shut down the Domino server where you plan to remove IBM Notes Traveler. type a "g" to complete the process and remove IBM Notes Traveler from your Domino server.

You should change the schema name in the DDL To configure DB2 on IBM i using DDL. Unzip the IBM Notes Traveler DDL in <domino data dir>/traveler/cfg/db/ TravelerSQL. 2. if the DB2 location system is 192./travelerUtil db set url=jdbc:as400://192.1. For example.com>/LNT user=<username> pw=<password> server.168.1/LNT user=<username> pw=<password> 7.zip to the current directory. User and pw use the user profile and password created in step 1. depending on your configuration. The console will display a message indicating the server is in HA mode. When you have configured all HA servers. 1.jar directory: /QIBM/ProdData/HTTP/Public/jt400/lib v V7R1 5770SS1 option 3 jt400. It will display all IBM Notes Traveler servers in the HA pool. the command would be: .jar file to the directory /qibm/proddata/lotus/domino900/traveler/lib/. Run travelerUtil to configure IBM Notes Traveler in the following format: . Navigate to the traveler utility directory: cd /<domino data>/traveler/util 6. ensure one server starts successfully in HA mode before starting the other servers. perform the following procedure: 1. Configuring IBM Notes Traveler for enterprise database on IBM i This section describes how to configure the IBM Notes Traveler server to use the IBM i native database.jar directory: /QIBM/Proddata/OS400/jt400/lib Perform the following procedures for each IBM Notes Traveler server that is part of the pool. Configuring IBM Notes Traveler DB2 manually using the DDL on IBM i (optional) This configuration is only be required when the default schema name LNT conflicts with the system's existent schema. run the following command to start the QShell Interpreter: QSH 5.1. Stop the IBM Notes Traveler servers that you want to configure for HA. From an IBM i command line. issue the command tell traveler hadr show from any console. Issue the command tell traveler hadr ping * to make sure all servers give a response. 2. Note: If you have multiple IBM Notes Traveler servers in the pool. IBM i DB2 servers only: Copy the jt400.jar file is located here: V6R1:/QIBM/ProdData/HTTP/Public/jt400/lib. Note: Configuring IBM Notes Traveler to use a High Availability (HA) Pool on IBM i requires special IBM i commands. The jt400. run the following command: 14 IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta . For IBM i.com is the DB2 location system's IP address. 4.168. 8./travelerUtil db set url=jdbc:as400://<server.ibm.Make sure the IBM Toolbox for Java is installed on the IBM i system with the latest PTF: v V6R1 5761JC1 jt400. Create a DB2 user profile that has *ALLOBJ and *SECADM authority. Use this section when creating a High Availability (HA) pool or adding a server to an existing HA pool on IBM i.1.ibm. V7R1:/QIBM/Proddata/ OS400/jt400/lib 3. Exit the qsh session and restart the IBM Notes Traveler server.

sql to a local directory on your workstation.RUNSQLSTM SRCSTMF(’/QIBM/Proddata/lotus/traveler900/data/traveler/cfg/db/AS400/createDb. using System i Navigator > Databases > Run SQL Scripts. you must set the following property in the notes.ini. For IBM i. 5. Then. 3. Update the notes. load the createDb.sql file.sql’) PROCESS(*RUN) NAMING(*SQL) USRPRF(*USER) You can also copy the createDb.ini to add the following property to tell the system the IBM Notes Traveler DB and its objects were created: NTS_AUTO_DBSCHEMA=false 6. where <schemaname> is the schema name used in the DDL files: NTS_DB2_SCHEMA=<schemaname> For additional information. IBM Notes Traveler setup on IBM i 15 . grant the necessary permissions to the DB Login user to the IBM Notes Traveler DB.sql to a local directory on your workstation.sql and run it. refer to Configuring the Lotus Notes Traveler High Availability Pool. using the following command: RUNSQLSTM SRCSTMF(’/QIBM/Proddata/lotus/traveler900/traveler900/data/traveler/ cfg/db/AS400/appGrants. using System i Navigator > Databases > Run SQL Scripts.sql and run it. 4. Then. load the appGrants. Chapter 5.sql’) PROCESS(*RUN) NAMING(*SQL) USRPRF(*USER) You can also copy the appGrants. Create an Operating System User that matches the DB2 user specified in the appGrants. If you changed the schema name in the DDL files.

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To view. then select Menu > Tools > Check for update. again from the IBM Notes Traveler application select Menu > Settings > Applications. If your Android device was not previously registered with the IBM Notes Traveler server. IBM Notes Traveler To Do for Android You can enable To Do sync for your Android device. For more information on managing To Do's on an Android device. From the Applications settings screen.Chapter 6. If you already have installed a IBM Notes Traveler client on your Android device. Once the client has successfully connected to the IBM Notes Traveler server. you will need to first update the client with the latest IBM Notes Traveler for Android client code. create. and modify To Do data. Ensure that you have selected To Do. Once the new client has been updated. scroll down to the setting called Sync To Do and select the check box to enable this application. open the Android application called To Do. Note: It may take a few minutes to perform the initial sync of data from the server. download the IBM Notes Traveler Android client and complete the initial registration wizard. refer to the IBM Notes and Domino wiki. you will be asked to select which application to sync. Open the IBM Notes Traveler application on the device. Select to download and install the new client. then complete the registration. 17 .

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Chapter 7. Once installed. For more information on using the To Do application on the device. To Do capability is enabled by first downloading and installing the Lotus Notes Traveler To Do application from the Apple app store. 19 . IBM Notes Traveler To Do for Apple iOS You can enable To Do sync for your Apple iOS device. refer to the IBM Notes and Domino wiki. press the To Do application icon on your device screen to work with your To Do's.

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and you pick "ABC" as the domain name. Configuring IBM Mobile Connect If Windows Phone users will be using their Domino user names instead of Domino internet credentials. perform the following procedure: 1. Change it to cn. However. v On the Basics page. To make this modification. perform the following procedure: v Bring up the Lotus Domino Administrator client. The domain name can be any name you choose. 21 . or commonName. 3. edit the User name field to have an additional entry in the <domain name>\<user name> format. attribute in its directory searches. 2.com). On the LDAP tab. These aliases should be in the <domain name>\<user name> format. v Select the People and Groups tab. then you should create aliases for these users in Domino. if Windows Phone 7. Open the properties panel for the LDAP bind authentication method. refer to the information in this section on additional steps needed to configure the Domino users. and IBM Mobile Connect will be used to provide access to IBM Notes Traveler. as well as a configuration modification for IBM Mobile Connect (if using IBM Mobile Connect) for IBM Notes Traveler use on Windows Phone 7. you can add an entry in the User name field to be ABC\Test User. no Windows Phone specific server configuration steps are required. instead of their Domino internet credentials. The default value of this attribute is mail. a configuration modification is needed to the IBM Mobile Connect (IMC) authentication profile. Windows Phone server administration and configuration If Windows Phone users will be authenticating against Domino using their Domino internet credentials (for example.8 devices. v Select the twistie next to People.5 and 7.5 or 7. username@company. v Select the user and click Edit.8 users will be connecting using their Domino user names.Chapter 8. Open the IMC Gatekeeper application. Configuring Domino users for IBM Notes Traveler on Windows Phone devices If Windows Phone users will be using their Domino user names instead of Domino internet credentials. These additional steps are not required for Windows Phone 8 devices. For example. To configure Domino users for IBM Notes Traveler on Windows Phone devices. locate the User key field attribute. The modification will use the CN. if the user name is "Test User". where <domain name> can be any string chosen by the company.

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v Syncing of follow up flags (server to device only). Attachments that are not pictures can be shared by mail from the Office application. matches against users in your local Windows Phone contact application display. calendar. and typing in desired matching text. Apple. v Attachments can be added to mail from the Gallery. v Local contacts auto fill and corporate directory lookup. The same IBM Notes Traveler server supports Windows Mobile. 7 days (default). and contacts applications connect to IBM Notes Traveler using the ActiveSync protocol. v Mail in custom folders sync by selecting individual folders to sync. 2 weeks. Deleting mail from folders. Results are displayed based on matches found against mail addressees. and contacts before you can connect to the IBM Notes Traveler server (for more information. you must create a Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync account on your device for mail. calendar. v Rich HTML content viewing. If selected. Search for local mail by selecting the search icon. see “Configuring an account for IBM Notes Traveler on Windows Phone” on page 24). v Syncing of read/unread status. and Android devices for the same or different users. v Select how far back to go for mail syncing by adjusting mail filter settings (3 days.Chapter 9. After typing the first character of a name or address for a mail message.” on page 33. one month.5. Windows Phone devices support secure connections to the IBM Notes Traveler server using SSL or VPN connections. “Known restrictions. Using a Windows Phone device As of 8. and contacts. Supported mail. v Composing new mail. IBM Notes Traveler now provides support for Windows Phone devices. calendar. You can also search your corporate directory by selecting the search directory option. and body. subject. Mail v Mail in Inbox and Sent Mail folders sync by default. anytime). two-way manual or scheduled syncing for mail.4 Beta Drop 2. Although there is no client software to install. There is no client software required. Sync v Automatic. v v v v Replying to and forwarding mail Moving mail to folders. v Attachments that are received in mail on the device can be viewed. the IBM 23 . Nokia. v Attachments can be forwarded through mail from the application. see Chapter 12. IBM Notes Traveler supports the following capabilities for Windows Phone: Note: For information about unsupported features.

Choose advanced setup. Supported applications connect to IBM Notes Traveler using the ActiveSync protocol. d.com). Password. there are two authentication scenarios for Windows Phone devices: 1. select Settings > email+accounts > add an account. Contacts v Sync/view all Domino contact fields. reminders. Configuring an account for IBM Notes Traveler on Windows Phone There are several steps necessary to configure a IBM Notes Traveler account on Windows Phone. all day events. v View and set out of office status by editing automatic replies settings. v Perform attendee actions in meeting events. This allows your Windows Phone device to communicate with the IBM Notes Traveler server. v Create new contacts. On the EXCHANGE ACTIVESYNC page. Calendar v View all day events. Security v Enforce Password with simple or complex requirements. Fill in the server name (for example: my. b. v Edit/delete existing contacts. but you can change it to any other value. and appointments without attendees (including recurring). On your device. the Email address. g. f. Select Exchange ActiveSync. On the Advanced Setup screen. Change the user name to be your mail address. v Allow Device Wipe. 2.travelerserver. meetings. and appointments using day. v Allow Application Wipe. v Enforce password expiration and history count. agenda. you must set up a Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync account on the device. v Set Auto lock period. anniversaries. When creating an account. 24 IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta .Notes Traveler server searches for a list of matching names in your corporate directory and then displays matches on the device. 3. v Receive and process meeting invitations. Before you can connect to an IBM Notes Traveler server with your Windows Phone. If you are authenticating using internet credentials: a. There is no client software required. then tap Next. The account name will be pre-filled. v Create reminders. c. e. Leave the Domain field blank. provide your mail address and password. and month views. and User name fields will be pre-filled.

” on page 21). Customizing your account You can customize your account to change your account settings.” on page 21).” on page 33 for information about the Logging option. h. do the following: 1. Tap Sign in. Change the user name to be the user name used in the alias creation (for more information. Tap Sign in. v Select either the check mark or X to save or cancel your changes. “Windows Phone server administration and configuration.h. select your account tile. c. Using a Windows Phone device 25 . Account name will be pre-filled. calendars. On your home screen. Select Settings. 4. If you are authenticating with a Domino user name: a. f. “Known restrictions.com). at the bottom right of your screen. Note: See Chapter 12. “Known restrictions. Select Exchange ActiveSync. and User name fields will be pre-filled. Tap . refer to Chapter 8. you can: v Change the account name v Set when the device should download new content Note: See Chapter 12. e. d. then tap Next. Fill in the server name (for example: my. To customize your account. g. refer to Chapter 8. b. the mail address. Chapter 9. On the EXCHANGE ACTIVESYNC page. From here. Windows Phone Settings screen Option Sync settings button Description This displays the Sync settings screen. On the Advanced Setup screen. provide any dummy mail address and password. v Define the amount of mail to sync v Set whether mail. “Windows Phone server administration and configuration. and contacts are allowed to sync v Change the account password v Modify the server to use to sync mail v Select whether the server uses SSL v Set whether the device should log or not..travelerserver.” on page 33 for information about the "as items arrive" setting. 3. but you can change it to any other value. Provide the Domain name that was used in the alias creation (for more information. From the Settings screen. Password. 2.. you can customize your account by selecting any of the following options: Table 2.

v Select either the check mark or X to save or cancel your changes. 2. perform the following procedure: 1. edit the signature line you want added to your outgoing mail. Windows Phone Settings screen (continued) Option Automatic replies button Description This displays the Automatic Replies screen. on vacation or not available to respond to mail. Always bcc myself 4. To delete your account. Deleting your account You can delete your account from your Windows Phone device. then select Delete. Choose whether a signature should be added to your outgoing mail. When you are finished. You can also get to the Settings page by selecting Settings > email+accounts and then choosing your account. Select Settings > email+accounts. Conversations switch Replies checkbox Signature switch Signature field Choose whether conversations are on or off. Long press on the account you wish to remove.Table 2. If you choose to include a signature. From here. 26 IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta . Choose whether to always blind carbon copy (BCC) yourself on outgoing mail. select either the check mark or X to save or cancel your changes. Select this checkbox to show replies and mail from all your synced folders. you can: v Set whether to notify others that you are out of the office.

Select the search icon and type in the desired matching text. calendar. calendar. subject. and Android devices for the same or different users. Supported mail.Chapter 10. calendar. and contacts before you can connect to the IBM Notes Traveler server (for more information. v Searching for local mail. v Deleting mail from folders. Although there is no client software to install. Results display based on matches found against mail addressees.” on page 33. the IBM Notes Traveler server searches for a list of matching names in your corporate directory and then displays matches on the device. v Composing new mail. you must create a Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync account on your device for mail. v Local contacts auto fill and corporate directory lookup. There is no client software required. 27 . meetings. Windows RT devices support secure connections to the IBM Notes Traveler server using SSL or VPN connections. two-way manual or scheduled syncing for mail. IBM Notes Traveler supports the following capabilities for Windows RT: Note: For information about unsupported features. and contacts. Contacts v Sync/view all Domino contact fields. anniversaries. After typing the first character of a name or address for a mail message. If selected. see Chapter 12. matches against users in your local Windows RT contact application display. The same IBM Notes Traveler server supports Windows Mobile. Nokia. “Known restrictions. v Viewing rich HTML content. and appointments using day. and month views. You can also search your corporate directory by selecting the search directory option. v Receiving and processing meeting invitations. Automatic. see “Configuring an account for IBM Notes Traveler on a Windows RT device” on page 29). Sync Mail v Mail in Inbox and Sent Mail folders sync by default. v Mail in custom folders sync by selecting individual folders. Apple. and body. Calendar View all day events. Using a Windows RT device IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta provides support for Windows RT devices. v Create new contacts. v Syncing of read/unread status. v Moving mail to folders. week. and contacts applications connect to IBM Notes Traveler using the ActiveSync protocol. v Replying to and forwarding mail.

Highlight Internet Explorer. Open a command prompt with administrator privileges: a. When the Windows RT device restarts.. 4. Ignore any warnings about certificates. 7.com/traveler. Consult the IBM Domino documentation for information about creating a SSC and configuring SSL on your IBM Domino server. e. d. The SSC you created on your IBM Domino Server uses a RSA key size of 512K. 6. 9. Configuring the Windows RT device for use with IBM Notes Traveler In order to connect your Windows RT device to IBM Notes Traveler. Select Place all certificates in the following store. 28 IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta . Press or click Yes if you are prompted with a User Account Control message. for example: https://my-traveler-server. 10. 1. 8. you must make a modification to the Windows RT device. Click Run as administrator.v Edit/delete existing contacts. One type of SSL configuration uses a Self Signed Certificate (SSC). open Internet Explorer in Administrator mode: a. Note: If your Windows RT account does not have administrator privileges. Right-click the Internet Explorer icon on the start bar c. An elevated Command Prompt window displays. Leave Store Location as the current user. When the command completes. The Certificate Import Wizard displays. Press and hold (or right-click) Command Prompt. b. locate the Windows System heading. the Windows RT device defaults to a RSA size of 2048K. Press or click Run as administrator from the menu that appears. 2. execute the following command: certutil -setreg chain\minRSAPubKeyBitLength 512 3. then click Browse to select Trusted Root Certification Authorities. To change the default RSA key size from 2048K to 512K. and select Continue to this website. At the command prompt. you may be prompted with a different message asking for credentials from another account on your computer that does have administrator privileges. Click Install certificate.. reboot the Windows RT device so the change takes effect. On the Apps screen. However. You may need to swipe or scroll to the right depending on the size of your view. Browse to your IBM Notes Traveler server's web access page using HTTPS. At the Start screen. Click View certificates. 11. or press Shift-Ctrl-Enter to launch Internet Explorer in Administrator (elevated permission) mode. Click on the red certificate warning in the Internet Explorer address bar at the top of the screen. click the Desktop tile. You must comply before you will be allowed to open an elevated Command Prompt. b. 5. Swipe up from the bottom bezel of the Start screen and then touch the All apps charm. c. perform the following steps below. the IBM Domino Server must be configured for SSL. d. Once your IBM Domino Server is configured for SSL using your SSC.

you must set up a Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync account on the device. To do so. calendars. you can do the following: v Change the Account name to be any name of your choice v Set when the device should download new email by picking one of the available options in the drop down menu v Define the amount of mail to sync v Set whether mail. Swipe in from right bezel to get the Charms menu. select Mail Tile.com). On your device. then tap Show more details. Swipe in from right bezel to get the Charms menu. Tap Sign in.com). Configuring an account for IBM Notes Traveler on a Windows RT device There are several steps necessary to configure an IBM Notes Traveler account on Windows RT devices. then tap Show more details. There is no client software required. Using a Windows RT device 29 . 2. and contacts are allowed to sync v Choose whether a signature should be added to your outgoing mail Chapter 10. From the account display. Select Settings > Accounts > <Your Account>. Complete the wizard. 14. If you are authenticating with a Domino user name: v Enter a dummy mail address and your correct password. v Fill in the server name (for example: my. Select Settings > Accounts > Add an account > Outlook. c. 3. select Mail Tile. 2. b. perform the following procedure: 1. there are two authentication scenarios for Windows Phone RT devices: 1.travelerserver. If you are authenticating using internet credentials: a.travelerserver. Supported applications connect to IBM Notes Traveler using the ActiveSync protocol. This allows your Windows RT device to communicate with the IBM Notes Traveler server. Enter your mail address and password. Click Yes to install the certificate. On your device. v Fill in the Domino user name v Tap Sign in. Fill in the server name (for example: my.12. Customizing your Windows RT account You can customize your account to change your account settings. Before you can connect to an IBM Notes Traveler server with your Windows RT device. 13. Close and reopen Internet Explorer (in non-admin mode) to confirm you are no longer receive an invalid certificate warning when browsing to the server and that the IBM Notes Traveler web access page displays. When creating an account.

select Mail Tile. On your device. To do so. Select Settings > Accounts > <Your Account>. Scroll down and select Remove Account. perform the following procedure: 1. 2. 30 IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta .Deleting your Windows RT account You can customize your account to change your account settings. Swipe in from right bezel to get the Charms menu.

it is recommended that this beta code only be installed on test servers that do not have a production role in your organization. However. For detailed installation and setup instructions.5.Chapter 11.3 Upgrade Pack 2 product documentation. Upgrading existing IBM Notes Traveler environments Upgrading from a previous release of IBM Notes Traveler is supported. Note: All servers in a pool must be at the same beta level. refer to the IBM Notes Traveler 8. 31 .

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v The support site contains additional information as well. v There is a known issue with the device security policy settings for the following scenario: – IBM Notes Traveler policy password strength is set to both Require Alphanumeric value and Specify a minimum number of complex characters. and there is no color delineation between different event types. and notable user experience behaviors when using IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta with Windows Phone devices. Windows Phone device limitations and restrictions The following are restrictions. – The Windows Phone device enforces this policy and the user sets an appropriate password.Chapter 12. or rename custom folders v No Domino encrypted mail support (view or send) v No mail searching against content on the IBM Notes Traveler server v Replying or Forwarding mail changes its format to MIME. v All Domino event types created from the server show up as the same color on the device. v No ability to set different internal and external out of office messages or specify start/end dates (end date will always be 12/31/2050) Calendar v No ability to create Domino anniversaries or meeting event types from the device. any Domino document sections will be expanded. Known restrictions This section provides information on known restrictions for IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta. IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta known issues and limitations: v See the known limitations section of the IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta documentation for more information. as these devices do no support device encryption. are lost when the mail is replied to or forwarded from the device. – The IBM Notes Traveler policy is changed such that an Alphanumeric password is no longer required. v No meeting chair actions from the device v You cannot propose a new time for a calendar invitation on the device. which does not support Domino document sections. 33 . Mail v No syncing of Drafts or Deleted Items folders v No ability to create.5 and 7.8 devices is not encrypted. such as ones that automatically add events to your calendar. delete. Security v IBM Notes Traveler data on Windows Phone 7. As a result. v Hotspot buttons in a mail message. limitations.

limitations. once the in-progress sync completes. a firewall or proxy server). Error code: 8500201D When users encounter this error code. you should now be able to change your device password to numeric only. ability to create. Regardless of the cause. or a problem encountered when attempting to create a new mail or calendar entry while a sync is in progress. 34 IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta . this is failing on Windows Phones 7. Domino encrypted mail support (view or send). This may be the result of an existing single mail or calendar entry being corrupted during a sync. v No support for inline images. behavior should return to normal. the device is having trouble connecting to the IBM Notes Traveler server. Logging The logging option for sync settings does not allow a user to retrieve the logs after enabling "Basic" or "Advanced". include: Error code: 85010017/80072FED When users encounter this error code. support for attachments. mail searching against content on the IBM Notes Traveler server. some piece of the network infrastructure needed for IBM Notes Traveler access being down (for example. Windows RT device limitations and restrictions The following are restrictions. and notable user experience behaviors when using IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta with Windows RT devices. delete. Possible error conditions for Windows Phone devices The Windows Phone mail application presents on-screen messages for several error conditions.mycompanyname. https:// serverhostname. it is generally because the device is having trouble syncing a specific mail or calendar event. Information about why these error messages may be occurring can be found using the Microsoft Windows Phone support forums. v Attempt to bring up an internet or intranet URL using the device browser. v Attempt to access the IBM Notes Traveler servlet using the device browser (for example. However.8 and current versions of Windows Phone 8. See “Customizing your account” on page 25 for information on how to access the Logging setting. error messages must be dismissed by the user before proceeding. and attempting to sync again. Mail v v v v v No No No No No syncing of Drafts or Deleted Items folders. Suggested steps for debugging include: v Validate the device has a active network connection by enabling/disabling your WiFi and/or cellular connectivity. It is recommended that the logging setting be set to "Off".5. In each case.0.– On the Windows Phone device. Some of the most common error messages you may see (not a comprehensive list).com:1234/servlet/traveler). and our understanding of each based on information in the forums. This may be a result of lost WiFi and/or cellular network connectivity. or the IBM Notes Traveler server itself being unavailable. Windows Phone 7. or rename custom folders.

The address field must have at least one period in the domain name. v No sending mail to non-internet addresses. Security Security features are not supported in this release. name@domain. any Domino document sections will be expanded. As a result. v Replying or Forwarding mail does not update the replied to/forwarded designation in Notes. such as Domino addresses.com is valid. which does not support Domino document sections. while name@domain is not.v No support for accepting meeting invitations. such as ones that automatically add events to your calendar. v Replying or Forwarding mail changes its format to MIME. Calendar All calendar events will sync to the device. Known restrictions 35 . v Hotspot buttons in a mail message. but no calendar related actions are supported on the device. are lost when the mail is replied to or forwarded from the device. Chapter 12.

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Chapter 13. open a command prompt and perform the following actions: ftp 192. substitute the appropriate PMR number. since official PMRs are not accepted for Beta customers. Manual method From each IBM Notes Traveler server you are collecting data. This will automatically collect and upload all data required for Lotus Support.999. Please add your feedback to the ND Social Edition and Traveler public beta forum so that we can continue to make adjustments and improve the solution. Upload the dated zip file(s) to IBM using FTP or HTTP. please use one of the following methods to collect and upload the information.zip ftp> bye 37 . In an official release. FTP upload To upload your report using FTP.000 For a particular server in a IBM Notes Traveler Pool use this command: > tell traveler -s "servername/company" pmr 99999.109. For a single server use this command: > tell traveler pmr 99999.7 User: anonymous Password: your-e-mail-address ftp> cd toibm/lotus ftp> bin ftp> put filename.999. Be sure to notify IBM Notes Traveler support once the upload is complete.81. run the following two commands: > tell traveler systemdump > tell traveler log collect The log collect will generate a single dated zip file. If IBM Notes Traveler support staff responds and requests data from the IBM Notes Traveler server(s).000 Note: Use invalid PMR number 99999.999.000 For all servers in a Traveler Pool use this command: > tell traveler -s * pmr 99999. Automatic method The easiest way to collect and upload data is to use the IBM Notes Traveler PMR tell command. Providing feedback or reporting problems IBM encourages you to report any problems or suggestions you have while working with the Beta.000 for the Beta.999.

HTTP upload To upload your report using HTTP.999. Note: Use invalid PMR number 99999. In an official release. and enter the following information: v PMR Number: 99999.999. substitute the appropriate PMR number.ecurep.000 v Upload is for: Lotus v Email address: Your mail address Select Continue and choose the files for upload.000 for this Beta since official PMRs are not accepted for Beta customers. 38 IBM Notes Traveler 9 Beta .ibm. point your web browser to http://www.com/app/upload.

39 . Refer to the IBM Notes Traveler 8. More information More information on IBM Notes Traveler is available on the Lotus Notes and Domino wiki.3 Upgrade Pack 2 product documentation.Chapter 14.5.