This information provides details about setting up access to IBM Traveler on your BlackBerry 10 OS device. BlackBerry 10 devices operate in several different ways from other supported platforms on IBM Traveler. This is not an online replication or push, it is a synchronization between the PC with Lotus Notes with Windows XP and the Blackberry device attached with an USB Cable. The Blackberry do not require a Data Transfer Service Plan to make this synchronization. Requirements. Windows XP or Windows 7 (32bits or 64bits) .
13 Jan If you are a regular or roaming user and you want to use your Notes contacts on a blackberry, you need to enable synchronization for your contacts and then replicate. Follow these steps: In Notes, click File > Preferences, and then select Contacts. Select Enable "Synchronize Contacts" on the Replication. Use the following list to help create a deployment plan for implementing the DST changes in your IBM Lotus Domino and BlackBerry Enterprise Server for IBM Lotus Domino environment. Although the following tasks mention specific pages within Updating your BlackBerry Environment to Support DST Changes. IBM describes the software as an "integrated desktop client option for accessing business e-mail, calendars and applications on [an] IBM Lotus Domino server." If you have a BlackBerry, you may want to synchronize Lotus Notes data with your BlackBerry, we just have the software lets you do it easily: DesktopMirror for Lotus.
Trying to block spam or synchronize your BlackBerry mobile device in a Lotus Notes Domino environment? Get answers to your BlackBerry and Domino questions. Make certain that a working BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) for Lotus Domino version or later has been installed and configured for access by your Sametime clients. To determine that this has been done, open the BlackBerry Manager on the BlackBerry server, and look for an entry on the left under BlackBerry. 1 Mar IBM Notes Traveler is now in release , so is Domino. Several maintenance upgrades to keep the new devices running. Currently I have Android 5 and 7 devices connected, my BlackBerry Leap, Windows 10 and iPhones and iPads running iOS 9, 10 and The document below is still relevant except.