IBM Open Mic: Domino Best Practice – Optimize your Environment

The Open Mic calls will be held on Tuesday, June 9 and Wednesday, June 10, 2009. Each call will take place at 10:00 AM EDT (2:00 PM GMT) and will last for 1 hour. Please dial into the call 5 minutes before the scheduled start. This conference call is designed to be an open question and answer format so bring your questions. We will conduct a 5 minute overview of DCT (same overview on both days) and then immediately open the floor for an active Question & Answer session. For details about the Open Mic calls, please see the Lotus Support Open Mic technical exchange page  (http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?&uid=swg27011126).

You can submit your question in advance via the Notes 8.5 forum using the Open Mic Invitation for this topic in the “Open Mic” category. We will also take questions not submitted in advance. Questions should be of general interest and by their nature help you install, configure, manage or optimize your environment or processes. Troubleshooting of specific problems should still be handled by Technical Support, not by Open Mic calls.

Link to meeting information   http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=899&uid=swg21388699

You will need to provide your name and company affiliation when dialing in. You will need a touch tone phone to be able to ask questions. The calls will be recorded and posted to our Support web site for the benefit of those customers for whom the call timing is not convenient. The recording will be added to the meeting information document above a few days after the call.

You are receiving this invitation because you are a Lotus Domino customer, who has contacted us for technical support in the past. If you do not wish to receive mails like this one from IBM, please reply to this e-mail and change the Subject field to: unsubscribe <e-mail address>, e.g. unsubscribe user@company.com. Please be aware that this will also unsubscribe you from the regular FAQ Response mailings.

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

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