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HCL Notes to provide a solution to Google's plan to remove LSAs

Google has announced that they will turn off the option to "Allow less secure apps" which is required to use Notes via POP3/IMAP accounts.

Turning off less secure app access to G Suite accounts

Requesting for HCL Notes to have a solution on this.

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  • Jan 9 2020
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    Guest commented
    1 Jun 11:31am

    This also needs supporting for Federated Calendars. You will loose the ability to insert a Google Calendar into your Notes Calendar on this date too.

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    Guest commented
    10 Jan 01:57am

    I hope HCL's Domino/Notes developers will find a solution to this, so that many of us can keep using Notes as an email client. Using a browser to read gmail (as one solution suggested) means that we won't be able to download email and archive it (as I've been doing for many years). I realize that many Notes users are connecting to Domino servers that have been setup as the mx record servers for particular domains (this setup was an important part of my job with PC World and MacWorld Magazines for 14 years). But there is also a large group of Notes users who use POP3 or IMAP to download their email from gmail or other modern email hosts. Not being able to connect to gmail's servers (or other big name email hosts) because of a security problem puts the Notes client in a legacy position in the universe of email clients. There's already a perception out there that Notes is old fashioned. Why support that perception?



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