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Traveler for Microsoft Outlook-HTMO

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Support for SPNEGO/Kerberos

Please add support for SPNEGO/Kerberos authentication to the IMSMO Outlook addon. Currently the user must provide a username and password to login to Traveler (IMSMA). With SPNEGO/Kerberos authentication the whole authentication process can be don...
over 4 years ago in Traveler for Microsoft Outlook-HTMO 1 No Plans to Implement

HTMO is not capable of handling big mailfiles(PST) approx. 5GB and up

HTMO's stability in handling big mailfiles
about 4 years ago in Traveler for Microsoft Outlook-HTMO 3 Future Consideration

Allow delegates to view details on calendar entries

If a user adds another calendar in Outlook, he can see the blocked time slots, but all have the text "Busy" rather than the text related to the calendar entry. The owner has set permission "Details about my calendar entries" in "Access & Deleg...
over 5 years ago in Traveler for Microsoft Outlook-HTMO 0 Under Consideration

Allow changes and reschedules of external calendar invites to show in Outlook

When you snooze the meeting reminder, the meeting disappears from the calendar in Outlook but remains in the Notes calendar. This occurs when the meeting originates from an external calendar. Meetings created internally do not get removed from the...
over 1 year ago in Traveler for Microsoft Outlook-HTMO 3 No Plans to Implement

Always Require a Password everytime when opening Outlook (IMSMO)

Customer would like to have a feature in IMSMO/Outlook to require for a password everytime a user open the Outlook.
almost 4 years ago in Traveler for Microsoft Outlook-HTMO 1 Under Consideration

Option of mapping the Domino directory fields into the Outlook Address book via HTMO.

Customer have custom fields in the address book (added by them through the extended scheme). One of these fields, for example, the position of the employee. They want to see this field from Outlook (HTMO service).
over 2 years ago in Traveler for Microsoft Outlook-HTMO 0 Under Consideration

make IMSMO supported on roaming environnment

IMSMO is not supported in a windows roaming environment. As this is not supported it is not something which has been extensively tested as a supported environment would be. Enhancement request #‌ RONAAXZHTK and customer report #‌ LO93921 for IMSM...
over 5 years ago in Traveler for Microsoft Outlook-HTMO 0 Under Consideration

HTMO supporting Windows ARM

Currently HTMO support is Windows (x86) based and HTMO does not support Windows ARM. See system requirements for HTMO : https://support.hcltechsw.com/csm?id=kb_article&sysparm_article=KB0085674
over 1 year ago in Traveler for Microsoft Outlook-HTMO 0 Under Consideration

Allow bigger attachments for Outlook

Currently the effective attachment size for emails sent from Outlook via HTMO is under 20MB for sending (known limitation https://help.hcltechsw.com/traveler/11.0.0/htmo/3.0/use_HTMO_mail_issues.html) and almost 100MB for receiving attachments (th...
almost 3 years ago in Traveler for Microsoft Outlook-HTMO 0 Under Consideration

Using IMSMO Outlook client need to save calendar invitation in sent view for newly created mettings.

Need option to support "Don't display meeting invitations in the Sent mail view" in IMSMO Outlook client preference. The same setting is available in the Notes client and iNotes preference.
over 4 years ago in Traveler for Microsoft Outlook-HTMO 0 No Plans to Implement