® Lotus Notes
® Traveler provides automatic, two-way, over-the-air syncing between Lotus
® servers and wireless handheld devices, including Android devices, Windows
™ Mobile devices, Nokia S60 Third Edition devices, Nokia S60 Fifth Edition devices, Nokia Symbian^3 devices, and select mobile devices running the ActiveSync protocol, such as Apple devices. Lotus Notes
Traveler syncs email, calendar, and address book data in real time, and on select devices such as Windows Mobile and Nokia, also supports the synchronization of to-do and journal data.
New mail messages from the Lotus Domino
server arrive on your device automatically and can trigger a notification event, such as a tone or a device vibration. Updates made on the device, such as sending a new mail message or changing a calendar entry, sync with the server as soon as a network connection is available.
Traveler provides a simple, easy-to-use interface with a minimal number of configuration settings. You can customize how much data is synced with the device to optimize the use of device memory.
The Lotus Notes
Traveler 8.5.3 server is installed on a computer running Lotus Domino
8.5.3 and runs as a Lotus Domino
server task. For basic configurations, the Lotus Notes
Traveler component operates immediately following installation with minimal input required from an administrator. All day-to-day administrator activities are performed using the IBM Lotus Domino
Administrator client and the Lotus Domino
remote administration console. Lotus Notes
Traveler uses the Domino
directory to automatically look up and find users, so there is no manual enrollment procedure.
If you are an IBM Lotus Notes
or Lotus iNotes
® user, then you are already enabled as a Lotus Notes
Traveler user. Mobile handheld device users only must install the client software depending on the device, and direct the device to a Lotus Notes
Traveler server. The device automatically registers with the server and syncing begins immediately for the device.
The primary method for Lotus Notes
Traveler clients communicating with the Lotus Domino
server is through an over-the-air communication channel. Examples include, cellular General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), WiFi (802.11x) or 3G. The Lotus Notes
Traveler client works with any secure virtual private network (VPN) installed on the device. It also provides integrated support with IBM Lotus
Mobile Connect. By using Lotus
Mobile Connect, you take advantage of the roaming and secure communication features that logically extend the enterprise network to the mobile device, regardless of the physical network that the device is using. The Lotus Notes
Traveler client can connect using public GPRS or GSM (Global System for Mobile communications) networks and still maintain the security and presence of being on a company intranet. Data transmitted between the device and server is compressed to reduce the data traffic to a minimum, which is important over slow traffic links.