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The Apple server port number to which the feedback requests should be sent. The number of retries to attempt when sending an APNS message before giving up and returning an error. Min 1, Max Specifies the password used to authenticate with the proxy for the To Dos app signed with the development certificate. Specifies the port number on which the proxy is listening for the proxy for the To Dos app signed with the development certificate.

Specifies the host name on which the proxy is listening for the proxy for the To Dos app signed with the development certificate. Specifies the port type on which the proxy is listening for the proxy for the To Dos app signed with the development certificate.

At this time, only HTTP is supported. Specifies the user name used to authenticate with the proxy for the To Dos app signed with the development certificate. The number of concurrent persistent connections to the APNS server min is 1, max is Specifies the port number used to authenticate with the proxy for the To Dos app signed with the development certificate. Specifies the host name used to authenticate with the proxy for the To Dos app signed with the development certificate.

Specifies the user name on which the proxy is listening for the proxy for the To Dos app signed with the development certificate.

Specifies the password used to authenticate with the proxy for the IBM Verse with Citrix app signed with the development certificate. Specifies the port number used to authenticate with the proxy for the IBM Verse with Citrix app signed with the development certificate. Specifies the host name used to authenticate with the proxy for the IBM Verse with Citrix app signed with the development certificate. Specifies the port type on which the proxy is listening for the proxy for the IBM Verse with Citrix app signed with the development certificate.

Specifies the user name on which the proxy is listening for the proxy for the IBM Verse with Citrix app signed with the development certificate. For use with the IBM Verse app signed with the development certificate. For use with the IBM Verse signed with the development certificate. Specifies the password used to authenticate with the proxy for the IBM Verse app signed with the development certificate.

Specifies the port number used to authenticate with the proxy for the IBM Verse app signed with the development certificate. Specifies the host name used to authenticate with the proxy for the IBM Verse app signed with the development certificate. Specifies the port type on which the proxy is listening for the proxy for the IBM Verse app signed with the development certificate. Specifies the user name on which the proxy is listening for the proxy for the IBM Verse app signed with the development certificate.

For use with the MaaS app signed with the development certificate. Specifies the password used to authenticate with the proxy for the MaaS app signed with the development certificate. Specifies the port number used to authenticate with the proxy for the MaaS app signed with the development certificate. Specifies the host name used to authenticate with the proxy for the MaaS app signed with the development certificate.

Specifies the port type on which the proxy is listening for the proxy for the MaaS app signed with the development certificate. Specifies the user name on which the proxy is listening for the proxy for the MaaS app signed with the development certificate. If set to true , push messages can be sent to the To Dos app signed with the development certificate using Apple's production APNS server.

This should only be used in a PMR debugging situation. If set to true , push messages can be sent to the To Dos app signed with the development certificate using Apple's sandbox APNS server.

If set to true , push messages can be sent to the devices using persistent HTTP connections. If set to true , push messages can be sent to the devices using SMS. Only the supported Android and older Windows Mobile and Nokia Symbian devices support this method of push. If set to true , push messages can be sent to the devices using persistent TCP connections.

Only the older Windows Mobile and Nokia Symbian devices support this method of push. The socket timeout in seconds, which is the timeout for waiting for data for instance, a maximum period inactivity between two consecutive data packets. If something is intentionally inserting additional parameters into the form such as for tracking purposes , the customer may define this regular expression so that Traveler will allow the request if the unknown parameter matches the regular expression.

The default value is an empty string, which behaves the same as the user value. The language to use for the IBM Traveler server. This setting does not affect any of the behavior of the server. It is used to set the default language for messages displayed on the devices if a preferred language is not set in the device profile.

Controls whether the client installation and configuration parts of the servlet page are shown. This parameter is similar to a master switch for enabling or disabling these portions of the servlet page for all device types. If this parameter is set to false , all client portions of the web page will be disabled. If it is set to true , all client potions of the web page will be enabled unless any of the following device specific parameters are set to false.

Link to the app store GooglePlay from the user home page for downloading the client. Link to this server from the user home page for downloading the client.

To disable, set this parameter to false. Controls whether the Execute Commands section of the servlet page is shown for Notes users that do not have administrative access rights. Controls whether the Manage Security part of the servlet page is shown. If enabled, users can manage their own devices for wipe requests and other related security actions. A system administrator can always perform these operations on the server. This controls whether the users can do the actions themselves.

This parameter controls whether IBM Traveler server uses secure sockets for interprocess communication between the server and the servlet or for inter-server communication between servers in an HA pool.

The travelerUtil utility should be used to set this parameter and any other associated parameters. This parameter specifies the fully qualified file name for the IBM Traveler server to use for the Java key store.

The travelerUtil utility should be used to set this parameter. If the IBM Traveler server is in a constrained state for longer than this value, the status will be changed to red.

See Constraint processing for more details. Used to determine when a defrag is needed on derby database installations. A defrag status Yellow or Red is determined when the percentage of Database.

Any value in that interval or above is considered above the threshold. The intervals are "", "", "", "", "", "", "", "Inf". The number of unfilled pages. Domino data directory free space red threshold. If the Domino data directory free disk space falls to less than this number of gigabytes, the server status will be changed to red.

Domino data directory free space yellow threshold. If the Domino data directory free disk space falls to less than this number of gigabytes, the server status will be changed to yellow. If the percentage of free disk space on the disk containing the Domino data directory falls to less than this value, the server status will be changed to red.

For each user, if their error count is greater than this value, the status will be set to Yellow. The IBM Traveler server tracks the communication delay between itself and the servlet.

The "bucket" representing the greatest delay is for messages taking ten seconds or longer. If the percentage of messages in the rest of the buckets falls to less than this value, the server status will turn to yellow. In other words, in the default case, this case is the same as the number of messages falling into the longest bucket becoming greater than five percent. IBM Traveler log directory free space red threshold.

If the IBM Traveler log directory free disk space falls to less than this number of gigabytes, the server status will be changed to red. IBM Traveler log directory free space yellow threshold. If the IBM Traveler log directory free disk space falls to less than this number of gigabytes, the server status will be changed to yellow. IBM Traveler server log directory free space red threshold.

If the percentage of free disk space on the disk containing the IBM Traveler log directory falls to less than this value, the server status will be changed to red.

This property provides some elasticity to the Java and native memory thresholds. This value is the percentage smaller than the threshold that the memory must fall before the status changes from red to yellow or from yellow to green. SSL certificate expiration red threshold if the IBM Traveler server is configured to use secure server to server communications.

If the SSL certificate used for secure communication has an expiration date that falls within this threshold in days, the server status will be red. Set to 1 during installation. Reset to 0 when IBM Traveler is run the first time.

Default value is 1. Used internally for operations that need to take place on a timed basis. This should not need to be changed. Used internally for operations that need to run at a certain time relative to now. Used for monitoring the user's mail database for changes as part of the push process. There is one thread per mail server, so you need at least enough for the number of mail servers this server will communicate with, but normally the default is more than enough. Used for active handling of push messages.

Most of the time, push messages are inactive while they wait for changes that need to be pushed. As a result, a large number of threads are not required, even if there are many devices using on the system using push.

Used for checking cluster information regarding the user's mail file and replicas. Used internally to handle all incoming requests including inter-server and inter-process communication. Actions associated with a device will be passed to a worker device thread. Other actions will be processed on the worker system thread itself. If set to false , all device name lookup requests are executed against the Domino directory configured on the user's mail server. If set to true , all name lookup requests execute against the Domino directory configured on the IBM Traveler server.

This means Windows 10 Mobile devices must pass both checks. Calendar events that occur beyond the events filter limit will not be synced with the device. Note that recurring events that have an instance within the filter window will be synced, even if they have instances that occur beyond the future events filter limit.

The default value is the regular expression wildcard for all users. This regular expression controls which Notes users are not allowed to access the IBM Traveler server. The default value of an empty string means that no users will be denied. Journal entries modified earlier than this limit will not be synced to mobile devices that support Journal sync. Preventing the server ID from being assigned as the owner of the mail profile when there is no owner defined.

When the Run As User feature is enabled set to true , Traveler's access to the user's mail file is subject to the restrictions configured in the ACL Access Control List of the user's mail file. One setting in particular, "Maximum Internet name and password," can restrict access for Traveler to a level that prevents the user's devices from syncing, even if the Basic Access level for the user is Editor or higher.

When this parameter is enabled set to true , Traveler accesses the user's mail file with the server ID instead of the user ID thus overriding the Run As User function for this user , provided that the "Maximum Internet name and password" ACL value is set lower than Editor. This allows such users to sync their mobile devices, but at the expense of the other Run As User benefits.

Whether or not the user cache is enabled. See Name lookup for more information on the user cache. Determines whether or not a contact should be automatically looked up for additional addresses and have these addresses included with a personal contact when it syncs from the server to the device. These additional addresses can help better identify the contact which can lead to better data and visual integration on the device.

Some of the notes. In most cases, the parameters were renamed to make the naming more consistent and easier for administrators to understand. When the server starts, it scans notes. Parameters that are found will have the parameter name changed to the new name.

The parameter value assigned in notes. During startup, IBM Traveler also scans notes. If a parameter with this prefix is found but is not recognized, a warning message is output to the Domino console. How long an item is allowed in the cache until it becomes eligible for deletion. The availability index that the server must be above to allow promotions.

Determines if the server should use adaptive initial sync logic. By default, this is GooglePlay. You can also use MyStore as the value to insert non-linked text stating that the app should be obtained from your company's app store. Specifies the link for downloading the Traveler Companion app. If you modify this setting, and you already have IBM Traveler 8.

To instruct all of the IBM Traveler clients to retrieve their configuration setting from the server, issue the following console command: If set to 1, you must also ensure the following: The IBM Traveler server needs to be a trusted server on the users' mail servers. Items to use in the name look up search. The items should be in desired sort order of the returned items. Due to line length limitations, if you change the default items, you must use multiple notes.

Sets the port for a PMR upload. The port defaults for the protocols are: This parameter can be combined with other options. For example, if you want to specify that sent mail is always saved, but exclude the saving of attachments, then the setting value would be: This parameter provides for a regular expression to control which clients are allowed to synchronize with the IBM Traveler server.

As a result, these must pass and this regular expression must be allowed. For devices that do not match any of the known device types, this will be the only check made. The default is ". For the known device types, both checks must pass, which means if a value of "Apple" is used instead of ". This enables the Run As User feature.

When true enabled , the Traveler server accesses a user's mail file as the user ID instead of the server ID. This feature resolves several long-standing issues with accessing the user's data as the server ID, including: Honoring ACL controls on the mail file and corporate look-up for the user. Preventing event notices and automated responses from being sent from the server ID. The renamed parameters are: The default is true. The views in Domino names. Number of seconds between checks for users to promote.

The default is True. The default is False. Default value is false. Set to the version and build number of the IBM Traveler server during installation. Default is the link to the Android Verse client on GooglePlay. The following messages are examples: Default is not set.

The default value is true. If encryption is disabled, users cannot send encrypted mail and cannot view it on their devices. The default value is false. Controls whether SSL is required to read encrypted mail on the mobile device. The maximum number of invitees for which the server will check availability. The maximum number of hours in a single range for which a device can request availability. The default is sftp. Sets the server to which PMR files will be uploaded.

Sets the method of a PMR upload. Default value is Lists applications that should have the Prime Sync First Syncs limits applied to them. Controls whether Prime Sync First Sync limits are applied or not. Default value is milliseconds.

How long to wait when the max has been reached before retrying. The maximum number of days allowed for a first sync prime sync of calendar data. The maximum number of days allowed for a first sync prime sync of mail data. Default value is minutes check once a day. Default value is feedback. Default value is 3.

Default value is 0. Default value is HTTP. Default value is gateway. The number of concurrent persistent connections to the APNS server min is 1, max is 15 For more information, refer to Push messaging through a proxy.

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