Using My Places for place administration: qd85
External members who have at least reader access to places can use My Places
to display statistics about the places. External members with manager access can use My Places
to perform place administration tasks.
Sending mail to place members: qd85
Use the qptool sendmail
command to broadcast an e-mail message to place managers or to all members of a place. The sendmail command is useful for communicating administration issues. For example, you could send a broadcast e-mail to the managers of places if the places have exceeded a predetermined size limit and will be archived.
Sending newsletters to subscribers: qd85
Use the qptool newsletter
command to send daily and weekly newsletters to members of places. Members of a place can receive daily newsletters if daily newsletters are enabled for the place in Customize
and can receive weekly newsletters if weekly newsletters are enabled in Customize
. To receive a newsletter, a member must subscribe to newsletters in the member information page and must have a valid e-mail address.
Locking and unlocking places on the server: qd85
Use the qptool lock
and qptool unlock
commands to take places in and out of service without stopping the server. Use the lock command to put places temporarily out of service during maintenance operations and then use the unlock command when the maintenance operations are complete.
Archiving places: qd85
Use the qptool archive
command to copy place directories and their contents to a specified archive directory.
Restoring an archived place that you removed: qd85
If you archived a place and removed it from the server but now want to restore the place, use the qptool unlock
and qptool register
Renaming places: qd85
Use the qptool unregister
commands to rename a place.
Moving a place from one currentrelease server to another: qd85
You can move a place from one current-release server to another.
Removing places and PlaceTypes from the server: qd85
Use the qptool remove
command to remove places or PlaceTypes from the IBM® Lotus® Quickr™ server. You might want to remove a place or PlaceType that is no longer used or that hasn't been used for a long time.
Generating reports about places: qd85
Use the qptool report
command to pull information from the Place Catalog to generate reports about places. You can use this command on a place created prior to the current version of IBM Lotus Quickr only if you first use the qptool upgrade
command to upgrade the place.
Registering places: qd85
Use the qptool register
command to add place documents in the Place Catalog for places created prior to enabling the Place Catalog or for places added from another server, to adjust server-specific information for a place that has been moved from another server or renamed on the same server, or to restore a place that was previously archived.
Unregistering places: qd85
Use the qptool unregister
command to remove a place's document from the Place Catalog.
Repairing rooms: qd85
Use the qptool repair command to detect and add orphaned rooms to the table of contents of the room. It also removes any room documents that do not point to room files.
Controlling use of Connectors for roundtrip editing in Web browsers: qd85
You can set the qpconfig.xml setting roundTripEdit enabled
to control whether round-trip editing by connectors is presented to Web browser users. Having the connectors installed enables people to make round-trip edits; that is, edit attachments and uploaded files from their native editors, such as Microsoft® Office or Lotus Symphony applications, without having to open the place to access the file.