What do I need to know about using IBM Verse for Apple devices?

Get ready for mail that understands you, for less clutter and more clarity, for connecting you to the people who matter to you most. Cloud-enabled, designed for mobile devices, and powered by IBM's analytics and advanced search, IBM Verse works for you, not the other way around.

Work with mail, calendar and contact information, including type-ahead addressing, custom mail folders, support for mail threads, in depth search, in line preview, tracking of actions that need attention, and analytics-based identification of important content.

With IBM Verse for Apple devices, you can:
  • See mail from people important to you
  • Set people you interact with often as Important
  • Mark mail as Needs Action
  • Manage items that need follow up
  • Track who owes you a response and when
  • Work with your calendar seamlessly
  • Interact with all of your contacts
  • Send photos and files from your device with IBM Verse using the native Share button
IBM Verse for Apple devices has the following non-functional requirements:
  • For supported iOS levels, see the system requirements index and select the article for your IBM Traveler version.
  • The app can only be used by Verse-licensed users in Connections Cloud or against on-premise IBM Traveler servers at 9.0.1.7 or higher.
  • IBM Traveler servers must support SSL/TLS and have a valid certificate. For security reasons, the app will not connect to a server with a self-signed, expired or otherwise untrusted certificate, nor will it connect to a server configured for HTTP rather than HTTPS.
Note: IBM Verse for Apple devices is an IBM created mobile app for iOS, and is available on the Apple app store. However, you can continue to use IBM Traveler with the built in Apple provided mail, calendar, and contacts apps on your iOS device, along with the IBM Traveler To Do and Companion apps. For more information, refer to Using an Apple device FAQ.
Note: The same IBM Verse for Apple devices client is used in either the cloud or on premise versions, however some Verse capabilities are only available in the cloud. For more information, refer to IBM Verse for Apple devices known limitations and restrictions.