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Submitted by Dinesh Ramakrishnan | Provided by IBM | Tags:
support, wcm-tools, troubleshoot, wcm
| Industry: Education

Portlet for troubleshooting WCM problems

Mar 8, 2010 average rating 5 stars by 1 person
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Submitted by Hein Corbet | Provided by AedifiComm | Tags:
lotus, notes, administration, support, helpdesk, productivity
| Industry: Not Specific

Changing Lotus Notes client settings, as needed with mail migrations, server consolidations, initial setup, client upgrades and troubleshooting.

Mar 2, 2010 average rating 5 stars by 1 person
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Submitted by Julian Buss | Provided by YouAtNotes GmbH | Tags:
xpages, helpdesk, support, community, portal
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Everything you need to provide best possible online support for your customers. In one place.

Jan 27, 2010 average rating 5 stars by 1 person
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Submitted by David Ferrero | Provided by Zion Software, LLC | Tags:
sametime, live_chat, sales, support, web2.0

Instant Help enables web sites to leverage instant messaging in order to communicate with visitors and instantly help answer questions, solve problems, and provide pre-sales and post-sales support to customers.

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