IBM Traveler is a mobile application that provides two-way, over-the-air synchronization of email and PIM data between IBM Domino® servers and wireless hand held devices. IBM Traveler synchronizes e-mail, calendar and contacts data, between the server and the device, in real time. It is convenient and easy to install for administrators and end users. And it's a FREE mobile option for Domino clients that allow them to build on their existing Domino infrastructure and extend their messaging and collaboration environment to the mobile phones.
IBM i is an ideal platform for Traveler — with an easy-to-manage infrastructure and low total cost of ownership. It shields the typical business user from worry about technical issues. The unique integrated architecture of IBM i delivers proven reliability, high availability and powerful single-footprint scalability to mid-market companies, so you can focus on your business rather than technology.
IBM Traveler 126.96.36.199
IBM Traveler 188.8.131.52 delivers the following new features for its supported devices.
IBM Verse for iOS client support
If you are part of the IBM Verse for Apple iOS program, you can connect the IBM Verse app to this version of the IBM Traveler server. There are some differences in functionality when the IBM Verse app connects to this on premises version of IBM Traveler versus when it connects to Connections Cloud.
Trash folder syncing
Support for the syncing of the Trash folder is now available in the client. However, it is dependent on the IBM Traveler server also providing this support. When the client is running against a server that supports Trash, a Trash folder will appear in IBM Traveler Mail. Deleted items will appear in the Trash folder and may be restored or permanently deleted from the Trash folder.
As the meeting organizer or chairperson, you now can see the response status for the attendees of your meeting on your mobile device.
Google Cloud Messaging support for IBM Traveler for Android clients
This version of the IBM Traveler server can now use Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) for real time push notifications to keep your Mail, Calendar, Contact and To Do data on your IBM Traveler for Android clients up to date. Using GCM can greatly improve the battery life of Android devices using IBM Traveler, as IBM Traveler no longer needs to stay constantly connected via HTTP to the IBM Traveler server for push notifications.
Expanded Domino server support
This version of the IBM Traveler server can now be installed on 3 different base Domino servers:
- IBM Notes Traveler 9.0.1
IBM Notes Traveler 9.0.1 delivers the following new features for its supported devices and for IBM Notes Traveler server.
Adaptive Initial Sync — Adaptive Initial Sync (AIS) is a new feature in IBM Notes Traveler 9.0.1 that helps ensure server availability in certain situations, such as bringing a server online or recovery scenarios.
MobileIron support for Android devices — Organizations using MobileIron to manage their mobile applications will now be able to take advantage of MobileIron application management capabilities with the IBM Notes Traveler client for Android, including the ability to provision application configuration settings, manage access through MobileIron Sentry, and enforce MobileIron application specific security polices.
MobileIron support for Companion and ToDo applications on Apple iOS devices — Organizations using MobileIron to manage their mobile applications will now be able to take advantage of MobileIron application management capabilities with the IBM Notes Traveler Companion and ToDo apps for Apple iOS devices.
Return receipts for Android devices — On IBM Notes Traveler for Android device, you can now elect to receive return receipts when your mail has been opened.
- IBM Notes Traveler 184.108.40.206
IBM® Notes® Traveler 220.127.116.11 delivers the following new features for its supported devices and for IBM Notes Traveler server.
- IBM Notes Traveler 9.0
IBM Notes Traveler 9.0 starts to support IBM i 6.1/7.1. It delivers the following new features for its supported devices:
- System requirements
IBM i 6.1 and 7.1 server operating systems support IBM Notes Traveler on both 32 bit and 64 bit JVM. The following software is required on IBM i operating systems:
Keeping your server current with the latest fixes helps minimize potential problems. This document contains information about the fixes required for Notes Traveler running on IBM i. For additional information on software maintenance, refer to IBM i Guide to fixes.
IBM recommends that all systems are kept current by installing the latest available:
Cumulative PTF Packages
Cumulative PTF packages are the primary method of providing preventive maintenance for IBM i. For additional information on Cumulative PTFs, refer to IBM i Guide to fixes. The Rochester Support Center's Recommended Fixes site provides information on the latest Cumulative PTF packages.
Recommended Group PTFs
Group PTFs are a collection of fixes for a specific function. To browse current Group PTFs, refer to the Preventive Service Planning - PSP database and select the All Group PTFs by Release view.
The following Group PTFs are recommended to be at the latest level:
Detailed system requirements for IBM Notes Traveler (#7007909)
- System requirements