Updates Regarding HCL Notes v11 on Apple Big Sur

16. November 2020 Posted by Agnes Ng

Apple has officially released macOS Big Sur, its latest operating system, on Nov 12. We are aware that customers are unable to run the HCL Notes v11/11.0.1 client on a Mac after upgrading to Big Sur.

Various fixes have been applied to allow HCL Notes to run on Big Sur in the past few months. We introduced FP6 IF1 a few weeks ago for 10.0.1 which is supported on Big Sur GA. HCL Notes v11.0.1 FP2 is currently being tested by the HCL development team.

We understand the urgency of this issue and addressing it is our top priority. The fix pack for v11.0.1 (1101 FP2) is targeted to be released within a week. An announcement will be made when the fix pack is available on Flexnet.

You can read our tech note here.

Stay tuned, and we apologize for any inconvenience.

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HCL Atlas 2.0: New User Interface and Features are Coming

22. September 2020 Posted by Agnes Ng

We are pleased to announce the release of HCL Atlas 2.0 for general availability.  
 
HCL Atlas is our low-cost, white-labeled mail platform with built-in multi-tenant capability, which is specifically designed for service or hosting partners.  
 
The following are the feature highlights of this release:

  • Brand-new user interface for mail, calendar, contacts and files: Easier navigation with a new search experience. Users can now multi-task (compose an email and view your schedule at the same time) by using the widgets at the sidebar. 
  • File repository: Users can store or download attachments/files to their own file space. Sharing documents via links with access control is now available. 
  • Lower total cost of ownership (TCO): I/O Storage is reduced by 1/3 by simplifying mail inbound flow. TCO is also further reduced with the adoption of microservices architecture. 
  • More languages support: Added support for Arabic, French, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese and Russian. 

HCL Atlas Product Manager  
Agnes Ng 
choyann@pnp-hcl.com 

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Introducing HCL Verse v2.0

14. Juli 2020 Posted by Agnes Ng

We are pleased to announce the release of HCL Verse v2.0 (Previously Verse on-Premises) for general availability — it’s more modernand more secure than ever. Powered by Domino, HCL Verse is a proven and trusted enterprise email platform that empowers business users without exposing your organization to security risks. HCL Verse v2.0 helps you better organize your day and seamlessly collaborate with your teams, allowing you to be more efficient and responsive. Here are some features in thelatest release: 

  • You can now run Verse as a browser-based standalone app (progressive web app) 
  • There’s a new default React calendar event interface. Scheduling a meeting is easier than ever with this new user experience
  •  Now you can create, edit and delete a mail rule on the Verse preference page so you can perform new actions on any incoming emails whenever you want
  • Improved search: You can narrow down the search criteria to a customized date range
  • 3click rule for attachments: In order to download and run attachments or links from an external source in email or calendar notices, you will need to click on an acknowledgement notice This reduces your organization’s exposure to risk
  • Send and file at the same time:  Before you send a new email message, you can choose to file it into a preferred folder. The sent email will now be found in the folder 
  • Inbox messages now refresh with a pull down on mobile devices
  • Re-authentication is now carried out via a new window (dialog) after a session timeout so that your data in the original window won’t be lost

For more information about the technical specifics of this new release, we offer more documentation here:

HCL Verse 2.0 User and Admin documentation 
HCL Verse Developer site can be found here
HCL Verse Ideas Portal on Aha

Domino Product Team 

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