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Can't connect to Domino 6.5.5

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2006-11-03 16:03:08.0Z
Dave Kelly Posted on 2006-11-03 15:09:36.0Z
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I am trying to demo Pylon Anywhere 7.0. It looks like a great product, that
will do exactly what we need. Except, I can't get it to work!

I have installed it, and the webserver is running. I have added a user and
can log in properly. However, I could not send a text message to a device
for the client install. So, I installed ActiveSync and installed the client
that way. I still cannot get the Pylon product to send a text message to
the phone (which will work from phone-to-phone and e-mailing the phone
outside of Pylon).

I assumed that it's a problem connecting to our Domino system. Every time I
do anything associated w/ Domino in the Pylon Management console, it
freezes. I cannot add a domino server or authenticate to our Domino server
in the Pylon Admin Console Properties tabs. I can add an ID file, but it
contimues to say that the password is incorrect (when it is not on different
IDs that I have tried).

I would sincerely appreciate any support on this issue. Pylon looks like a
great product and we will almost certainly buy it if it works, because I
believe it is exactly what we need for our PIM devices.

Dave Kelly

Alex Kelly <kellya Posted on 2006-11-03 16:03:08.0Z
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Dave, when you installed Pylon, and it asked you for a Domino server,
did you give it the Domino server that seems to be causing problems? Did
you have any issues with that part of the install? Do you have a Lotus
Notes client installed on the Pylon Anywhere server? If you ping the
Domino server from Pylon Anywhere, what kind of latency do you get?

Alex Kelly