These are known issues using Apple devices with Lotus Notes Traveler. These issues have been reported to Apple support. This article may not be the most recent information but will be updated with new information as it is known.
Problem description and Symptoms
iPad (also iPhone): Several Applications prohibit Lotus Notes Traveler profile generation and download. Known Apps: Web Projector (which fixed their App in an update); FileApp, DownLoader, AirSharing, FTPReader, Mover+, USB Disk
THIS HAS BEEN FIXED ON iPhone AND iPod 4.1 IN THE TWO APPS WE TESTED SO WE PRESUME FIXED FOR ALL APPS ON THESE TWO DEVICES BUT NOT YET FIXED ON iPad AS OF 3.2.2. (KM 9/16)
1) If possible, uninstall the offending application, reboot the device and then install the Lotus Notes Traveler profile. The application can then be reinstalled.
2) Instead of using the profile to install Lotus Notes Traveler, the user could setup their device manually to talk to the Traveler server. Use the steps that are described in Creating an account manually
in the Lotus Notes Traveler 8.5.1 Information Center.
iPhone: Calendar List view shows calendar dates on wrong days.
FIXED IN 4.1. (KM 9/16)
iPhone: Reschedule of monthly recurring events on device deletes first month and does not reschedule. Create a recurring monthly series on the server and let it sync to the device. Edit the event on the device and change the date of the starting event to the next day, Selecting "This and future events". The device puts the first event as the next day but does not reschedule the events.
iPad: (works on iPhone) 4 part name of email sender missing one part (middle name) in email display of FROM name.
iPhone: Embedded images in MIME mail displayed as HTML tags
Navigate to home screen, then back to the mail client and reopen the note to view the email. If that does not work, reboot the device and reopen the email.
iPod (also iPhone):Contact Birthday shifts one day when synced to Exchange server. Birthday field created on device in Contact is shifted back one day when synced to Exchange server. This problem is Timezone sensitive, and appears to occur only when the TimeZone on the device is East of GMT. Thus, the date was shifted when originally entered on the device set in Berlin, Germany but not when it was set in New York. The date for the birthday on the Server version of the contact is the day prior to the date on the device for the contact. The iPad does not seem to shift the day/time based on the device timezone offset from GMT but in general sends the correct day/month/year with the time being the current time of the device in GMT. In at least 1 case though (Japan timezone) the iPad sends the wrong day (1 earlier than what the user input).
iPhone and iPod: there is a loop in the provisioning process usually noticed when first upgrading from iOS3 to iOS4 which blocks the sync from starting. The loop is usually resolved but the time to resolve it is variable. We also refer to this as the "key 0" problem since the loop which causes the delay is a result of the provisioning key being set to 0.
None known. Usually resolves itself but may take a long time.
|8925944||iPhone 3G and early iPod Touch devices cannot connect to the Lotus Traveler service on LotusLive Notes|
This issue also applies to Lotus Traveler services where the authentication mechanism requires HTTP session cookies as part of its authentication scheme.
There is a known issue with Apple iPhone 3G and early iPod Touch models running iOS 4 that prevent it from using HTTP session cookies in the Exchange ActiveSync account. If you are using one of these devices that has been upgraded to iOS 4, and you are trying to connect to a Lotus Traveler service that requires HTTP session cookies, such as LotusLive Notes, then the device will fail to connect to the service. After manually configuring the account or installing a profile, when you open the Inbox or other folder in the mail application, you will see the generic error "Cannot Get Mail : The connection to the server failed.".
Further examination of network traces would show that the Apple device is making its request without the requested session cookie and instead there is a header in the data named X-Bad-iPhone-No-Cookie.
|Contact Apple support for a profile that can be installed to enable HTTP session cookies for the Exchange ActiveSync account.|
|9242966||If cookies are enabled and the Apple is configured with two different user accounts talking to the same server, the Apple may send the cookie from account 1 on the request for account 2 and vice versa. This can also happen if account 1 is deleted and then account 2 is created before the cookie has expired.||Two possible workarounds:|
1. Disable cookies in the HTTP server.
2. Setup one account using the server name (probably the account installed with the Profile). Setup the second account manually and use a different server name (for example, the ip address) instead.
|9598038||Some PDF attachments are displayed as blank/all gray. The same attachments synced at other times or by other users may display correctly.||None.|
|9736766||Long display names for a mail sent from on a Korean language Apple device are not delivered because the address has been truncated and is incorrect.||None.|