Open Mic: Upgrading to Lotus Domino 8.5 – August 27, 2009


The IBM Open Mic calls are intended to provide you the opportunity to interact directly with the IBM Lab developing IBM software products, On Thursday August 27th 2009, at 10 am eastern US time, the Notes & Domino team will host an Open Mic call on “Upgrading to Lotus Domino 8.5”. Open Mic calls are Question & Answer sessions with a panel of subject matter experts from the Development & Technical Support teams.

For details about the Open Mic call, please see the invitation document:

Title:      Open Mic: Upgrading to Lotus Domino 8.5 – August 27, 2009

Dial-in numbers and the pass code are listed in both the document above and in the forum document below. NOTE: You will need a touch tone phone to be able to ask questions.  You can submit your question in advance via our Notes/Domino 8 forum:

Title:      Open Mic call Aug 27th 2009 on Upgrading to Lotus Domino 8.5   [please post questions as responses to this document]

You can keep up to date with other upcoming Open Mic conference calls on our Lotus Technical Exchange landing page:

Title:      Lotus Support Technical Exchange Events

During the Open Mic session August 27th, we will answer questions about upgrading your Domino server to release 8.5. Questions should be of general interest and by their nature help you install, configure, manage or optimize your software. We will collect questions, which have been posted to the forum and address as many as possible on the call. We will also take questions on the call, which have not been submitted in advance.

For this upcoming call, you may find it beneficial to review in advance some of the following materials:

Title:      Knowledge Collection:  Upgrading to Lotus Notes/Domino 8.5

Title:      Domino Configuration Tuner (DCT)   [obtain a free copy here]

Title:      Replay and Questions/Answers from Domino Configuration Tuner Open Mic calls on June 9 and 10, 2009

Please remember to book your calendar for this call. We look forward to talking with you!

The IBM Lotus Domino team

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