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    Notes/Domino 9.0.1 FP10 Issues -- IBM is working on IF1 and is listening for more feedback

    Daniel Nashed  2 February 2018 23:05:01
    As posted before there is an issue with header encoding with umlauts which causes for example the subject to look scapbled.
    This issue is already SPRed and I got a mail that a hotfix is on the way (I have a PMR open).


    There are a couple of other issues development is working on. One is an issue I reported today about the Notes and Domino release version.

    The major Domino version is reported like this:


    9.0.1 FP10


    Release 900.0 QMR:11 QMU:0 Hotfix: 0 Fixpack: 0 (0)

    In contrast to

    9.0.1.FP9


    Release 9.0 QMR:1 QMU:9 Hotfix: 0 Fixpack: 0 (0)

    This is causing issues with some add-on applications where licenses are issued based on the major Domino version like iQSuite and others.


    Beside those issues that are already posted, there are some others which are investigated.


    Stay tuned and check the following
    post

    https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/LotusSupport/entry/Listening_to_your_feedback_on_Notes_Domino_9_0_1_FP10



    Update 03.02.2018 12:00


    I got a hotfix  9.0.1FP10HF47 for the subject conversion issue which I already installed.

    The first tests look good. The HF also contains a fix for the version number issue.


    Those fixes will be part of IF1. Stay tuned for more information.


    Release Information before the fix:

    Release 900.0 QMR:11 QMU:0 Hotfix: 0 Fixpack: 0 (0)


    After the fix:

    Release 9.0 QMR:1 QMU:9 Hotfix: 0 Fixpack: 0 (0)



    Update 05.02.2018 16:30

    The fix I got was just intended to fix the subject line issue. Not yet the build version issue.

    The build version should look like this with IF1 which is intended to be shipped this week.



    Local Notes/Domino Release 9.0 QMR:1 QMU:10 Hotfix: 0 Fixpack: 0 (0)

    Remote Notes/Domino Release 9.0 QMR:1 QMU:10 Hotfix: 0 Fixpack: 0 (0)

    Looks good for me now.





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