Microsoft™ Exchange account setup fails when setting up an account with Lotus Notes Traveler.
Verify that the mobile user is not trying to connect to the Lotus Notes Traveler server using an HTTP connection. Also verify that the Domino® administrator has configured the HTTP port to automatically redirect to SSL. Apple devices do not support redirection to SSL from within the ActiveSync account. This only applies for levels prior to iOS5.
Microsoft Exchange account setup fails with incorrect user ID message.
Verify that the user ID used to set up the Exchange account on the Apple device does not contain a "/" character. The Apple device does not send the correct credentials if the user ID contains a "'/" character.
Apple devices do not handle multi-byte characters in login IDs.
Attempting to log in with a user ID with double-byte or multi-byte characters causes the Exchange account setup to fail. To work around this problem, use a login name alias that contains only single-byte characters.
Not all default or policy settings apply to Apple devices.
Lotus Notes Traveler defined device "Security" settings apply to Apple devices. However, the device preference settings (Sync settings, filter settings, and device settings) do NOT apply to Apple devices except for "Maximum Email Attachment Size Allowed - Administrator" under Filter Settings.
Auto Sync does not work over a VPN connection.
Auto Sync messages may not flow over an Apple VPN connection. Therefore, mail, calendar and contacts will only receive new data when a sync is initiated on a schedule or by the user. The user can initiate a sync by opening the application which will most often, but not always, initiate a sync. For mail, the user can also initiate a sync using the sync icon.
CAUTION: Pre-3.0 firmware devices do not preserve existing Calendar and Contact data when configuring the device to sync Contacts and Calendar. This is a limitation of the device operating system.
In order to preserve existing Contact or Calendar data, upgrade the firmware to at least 3.0 or manually configure the device following the instructions to disable the sync of Contacts or Calendar data.
Large attachments may not sync to the device.
An administrator can set a maximum allowed attachment size, which is four MB by default. If a mail message is synced to an Apple device with an attachment larger than this size, the user can still download that attachment manually by clicking on the attachment icon in the message.
However, if the user selects Download full message, which attempts to retrieve the message, with all attachments and the complete mail body, then the attachments that are larger than the maximum allowable size do not sync to the device.
iPhone supports only mail addresses with ASCII characters.
Sending a mail message to an address with non-ASCII characters results in a delivery failure.
Draft mail messages are not synchronized with the server.
Apple devices do not support syncing draft messages. Drafts are considered local to the device or local to the server, and never synchronized.
The mail setting for Show x Recent Messages does not work with Lotus Notes Traveler mail.
This setting does not apply to Lotus Notes Traveler mail. Use the mail filter setting for Mail days to sync to control how much mail is kept in a folder on the device.
The mail folder list does not scroll horizontally.
This does not work on Apple devices. If you have a deeply nested mail folder structure, you may not be able to see the most deeply nested folders.
Modifying the subject of a mail message in the Inbox of the Notes® client does not sync with the device.
When a mail message has synced with the Apple device, it cannot be modified again. Any modifications on the server except for read/unread status changes do not sync with the mail on the device.
Mail shows ? in place of an embedded image.
In some cases, turning the device off and then back on fixes this problem.
The font used for the mail message body is too small.
If the mail message contains embedded images, tables, or other graphical elements that are too large for the small Apple screen, then the entire message is scaled down so that these graphical elements can be seen without scrolling. To view the rest of the message, zoom in and then scroll the document as needed.
In versions prior to iOS5, mail cannot be deleted or moved unless the device is connected with the server.
The Apple device Mail application does not allow many mail operations unless the sync can be completed immediately with the Lotus Notes Traveler server. For example, if the device is put into airplane mode and WiFi is disabled so that there is no connection possible with the server, then mail move and delete operations are grayed out and unavailable. At other times, you might notice that you have moved or deleted mail from your Inbox and later it reappears in your Inbox. This occurs when the device cannot contact the server and is a limitation of the Apple device.
iOS5 devices do not have this limitation.
Folder management does not work on the device.
On versions prior to iOS5, folder management (creating, renaming, moving, and deleting folders) is not available on the device. Starting with iOS5, folder management is available on the Apple device, but only if the device is connected to the server.
Opening a mail message immediately after it first syncs may prevent the screen from painting properly.
When a mail message first syncs to the Apple device, it contains only plain text and no attachments. Typically the device immediately fetches the rest of the mail from the server, including HTML text and possibly attachments if they are small. In some cases opening the mail on the device in the middle of this fetch operation prevents the screen from painting correctly. Moving back to the folder and then opening the mail later fixes the problem.
Replying to mail does not include file attachments or embedded images.
On an Apple device, if you want to include attachments or embedded images on a response, you must forward the mail and select Include Attachments. If you only reply to the mail, the attachments and embedded images are not included in the response.
The "Continue Search on Server..." feature does not work.
This makes an ActiveSync search request to the server for mail with the criteria the user defines. Traveler currently treats all searches as name look-ups and, as a result, does not return anything the device expects.
Reply and Forward marks do not sync from server to device.
Apple devices do not support the syncing of Reply and Forward marks. These marks are considered local to the device or local to the server, and never synchronized. However, if you reply or forward a mail message on the device, the corresponding message in the server mail database will reflect the reply or forward mark.
Read/unread changes periodically do not sync from device to server with iOS versions prior to iOS5.
This is a limitation of the Apple device. If the change cannot be synced immediately, the device often "forgets" about the change and not synch it later.
Apple devices do not always download the entire mail message.
Some of your messages on your Apple device may download in their entirety. Others have attachment icons or a button at the bottom to get the remainder of the message.
Apple devices sync mail in two phases. First, the device asks for 500b of the mail in plain text. It does this for every mail message. Second, the device examines the message and determines if it should auto-download it or not. If the device decides not to auto-download the entire message, you will reveive a download button at the bottom of the message, and any attachments in the message will have icons to allow you to individually download them. If the device decides to auto-download the message, it will request the MIME version of the mail, which contains all of the rich text and all of the attachments. The criteria for this decision is internal to the Apple device and non-configurable.
Limitations with the Administrator Maximum Attachment filter (4MB) on Apple devices.
The "Maximum Email Attachment Size Allowed - Administrator" (4MB, by default) applies to all devices when syncing mail (to keep the server from running out of memory while trying to process too many large mails), but not when streaming attachments.
If an individual attachment icon is available on a mail message, the device will try to stream just that one attachment. Lotus Notes Traveler does not apply this streaming to the 4MB administrator limit as the memory from streaming is chunked. Thus, you can stream any and all attachments.
If an entire mail message is downloaded (either automatically or through the button at the bottom of a truncated message), the operation is done in one chunk, and thus subject to the 4MB administrator limit. The device does not allow you to stream the attachments for the MIME data. They must all be included in the MIME data initially, so you will not be able to stream any attachments at this time. You will only have whatever fits under the 4MB limit.
As this is controlled by the Apple device, there is no way to control what is downloaded or not. Apple devices do not expose these settings.
Mail does not work with personal groups.
Because we do not support the synchronization of groups, mail sent to a personal group (one not defined in the Domino server's address book) is not delivered and is not able to be sent.
|The blind carbon copy (Bcc) field does not display in messages read on the device.||The Bcc field is not included in the specification for the Exchange ActiveSync protocol.|
Cancellation notices are not sent to meeting attendees when a recurring meeting is canceled using the "this and future" instances option.
If a meeting chair selects an instance of a recurring meeting and deletes it for "this and future" instances, the cancellation notice is not sent to the attendees of the meeting. This is a known limitation of the iPhone device as of iPhone OS Version 3.1.2.
Cancellation notices are not sent to meeting attendees when an exception to a recurring meeting is canceled.
If a meeting chair selects an exception of a recurring meeting (for example, a meeting instance whose subject, location, or time was changed) and deletes it, the cancellation notice is not sent to the attendees of the meeting. This is a known limitation of the iPhone device as of iPhone OS Version 3.1.2.
The adding or removing of attendees from a select number of recurring meeting instance is not supported.
If you add or remove an attendee from specific instances of a recurring meeting (for example, adding an attendee for one meeting only), Traveler adds or removes this attendee from the recurring meeting series as a whole. This is because Traveler does not support exceptions to attendees lists.
Apple devices can only enable click to call phone numbers from the Notes (specifically, the Description field) of a calendar entry.
If there are phone numbers in the subject or location field, then these are displayed, but the click to call feature is unavailable. It is only available for numbers in the Description field.
The Notes field may not display all meeting data.
The Apple calendar Notes field may not display all of the data from the Domino calendar entry for large descriptions. If you edit the calendar entry on the device, you cannot see more of the data that gets truncated from the initial view.
Attachments in calendar entry do not sync to device.
This is a limitation of the Active Sync protocol. Attachments are not defined for calendar entries.
When rescheduling instances of a recurring meeting, the new recurrence date is incorrect.
It is possible your Apple device is sending out incorrect recurrence rules when rescheduling. This is a known Apple bug.
When multiple unprocessed invites are in the device inbox for the same meeting but for different instances, only the most recent invite will push to Apple calendar.
When a meeting chair invites an attendee to different instances of the same repeating meeting, one instance at a time, separate invitation notices are sent for each instance. An Apple device views these notices as multiple invites to a non-repeating meeting and only pushes the latest one to the calendar.
Invites are not sent to personal groups.
Because the synchronization of groups is not supported, calendar invites sent to a personal group (one not defined in the Domino server's address book) are not delivered and are not able to be sent.
Meetings created from the device with the 'All-day' option are not supported.
An All-day event does not provide a start and end time selection. Lotus Notes does not support this type of All-day event as a meeting. A Lotus Notes meeting has one or more attendees with selected start and end date/time values that can be changed through a meeting reschedule. Creating a meeting from the device with the 'All-day' option results in Lotus Notes Traveler creating an All-day event, with no attendees, in the users server mail database.
|The following message displays as mail when a counter to a meeting invitation is received: "This document is a meeting notice and requires the use of the Lotus Notes or iNotes client to view the content". ||Devices do not support Counter notices. A Lotus Notes or iNotes client must be used to process a counter. |
When a user accepts/declines a meeting from their Apple device the chair is unable to see if the invitee has replied as accept or deny.
Lotus Notes Traveler currently does not support displaying meeting status for any supported devices. Apple is the only device that can display this information, and this is being considered for implementation in a future release.