You can have Domino add a phrase to the sender’s address on outbound SMTP mail and specify the name component to use as the address phrase. By default, addresses do not include phrases. If you choose not to support phrase-style addresses, you can specify that Domino remove any user-added phrases in the recipient fields of outbound messages.

You configure this address format using the “RFC822 phrase handling” field in the Configuration Settings document, under the MIME – Advanced – Advanced Outbound Message Options tab.

The Router adds phrases to Internet addresses both when taking the address from a Person document in the Domino Directory and when constructing the address from rules in the Global domain document.

This setting applies to messages sent over SMTP to another host or exported to the IMAP or POP3 service. It does not apply to messages delivered to mail files on the server or messages transferred over IBM® Lotus® Notes® routing.

The options for this field are as follows:

  • Do not add phrase — (Default setting) Outbound mail displays the sending user’s RFC 821 address. The Router permits user-defined phrases in recipient addresses.
  • Use DN as phrase — Constructs an RFC 822-style address using a phrase part derived from the person’s hierarchical, distinguished name; for example, John Jones/Sales/ACME <JJones@acme.com>. The Router permits user-defined phrases in recipient addresses.
  • Use alt. name if available – otherwise DN — If an Alternate name is specified in the user’s Person document, constructs an RFC 822-style address using it as the phrase part; otherwise uses the hierarchical, distinguished name; for example, “John Jones/Sales/ACME” <JJones@acme.com>. The Router permits user-defined phrases in recipient addresses.
  • Remove Phrase – The Router strips user-defined phrases in recipient addresses. Only RFC 821-style addresses are allowed.
  • Use CN as phrase — Constructs an RFC 822-style address using a phrase part derived from the person’s common name; for example, John Jones <JJones@acme.com>. The Router permits user-defined phrases in recipient addresses.

The information above is from the Domino Admin Help.


Congratulations to all IBM Champions Class 2016. Since the first 50 i was a member of this group.

I will be back! :-)

Complete list here


To change the log language:

Create the file  jvm.options on <install root>/etc/

Add the parameter -Duser.language=en (for english).

Restart the Liberty Server.


There is a vulnerability in IBM WebSphere Application Server that could allow an HTTP response splitting attack in Channel.

More information on this link

portal segurança WebSphere WebSphere Portal

  1. <WAS_INSTALL_DIR>/bin/> wsadmin -conntype NONE
  2. wsadmin> securityoff
  3. wsadmin> exit
  4. Restart the servers.
  5. Enable the security from administrative console.
  6. Once the needed corrections are made, you can re-enable security in the admin console and then restart WebSphere.



WebSphere WebSphere Portal

Several versions of WebSphere Portar are vulnerable.

BM WebSphere Portal could allow a remote attacker to obtain sensitive information, caused by the failure to restrict access to resources located within web applications. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability to obtain configuration data and other sensitive information.

How to fix this vulnerability ? Go to this link from IBM


segurança WebSphere WebSphere Portal

I setup my IBM Connecitons integration with Sametime Proxy 9.  The Connections server SSL is made using a self certificate.


I used this tool when i was migrating from V8.0 to V8.5.5.  This guide is a must read for WPS Administrators.

This guide provides a comprehensive approach to performing staging to production using Portal Application Archive (PAA) in IBM WebSphere Portal 8.5.

Preparing the source environment
Preparing the target environment
Creating the initial release
Deploying the initial release
Updates with syndication
Updates with ReleaseBuilder
Known Problems
Change History

click here to read the full article

WebSphere Portal

I setup the integration between Sametime Proxy 9.0 and IBM Connections a long time ago.

When i access the Connections homepage the sametime widget does not work. After some research i found a solution.

I need to install the Sametime Server Proxy Certificate on my browsers. After that the Sametime integration works fine on Firefox, Chrome, Safari and IE.



For a long time i used Domino Blog template, since version 7.0.2.   I moved the blog to WordPress  this weekend.

The migration process was not so beautifull. I just read the blog posts using a feed reader and then import into WordPress.

I had some problems, related to WordPress security plugin, but now almost everything is ok.



Today a customer ask why his IBM Connections is not sending notifications and recent upddates is not working anymore.

I got the SystemOut.log and see the following:

[10/1/15 11:20:15:201 BRT] 000001e2 JMSPublisher E com.ibm.lconn.events.internal.publish.impl.JMSPublisher publishEvent CLFWY0148E: Could not obtain an event connection
[10/1/15 11:20:15:201 BRT] 000001e2 LocalExceptio E CNTR0020E: EJB threw an unexpected (non-declared) exception during invocation of method "publishEvent" on bean "BeanId(Communities#lc.events.publish.jar#EventPublisher, null)". Exception data: com.ibm.lconn.events.internal.invoke.async.AsyncEventInvokerException: CLFWY0148E: Could not obtain an event connection
at com.ibm.lconn.events.internal.publish.impl.JMSPublisher.publishEvent(JMSPublisher.java:200)
at com.ibm.lconn.events.internal.publish.impl.JMSPublisher.publishEvent(JMSPublisher.java:164)

The problem: The message engine was not working (started).

To solve the problem:

1 - Shutdown the Connections nodes
2- Clear some files on the disk


(Delete only the files but not the directories)

Restart the servers


IBM's internal testing on iOS 9.x devices has shown that the iOS 9.x native Calendar app may remove some repeating Domino calendar entries from the mobile device.

See this  technote