Unfortunately, this special login view was apparently not extended to users of Android devices, as I found when I tried to login with my phone. I was provided with the standard login screen, which is not very mobile-friendly at all.
Now, when you do finally login with your non-iOS mobile device, the actual database, such as your mailfile, will detect your non-iOS mobile device, and load an appropriate mobile interface. Interesting.
So, I figured that a lot of the default Domino coding could detect non-iOS devices, but for some reason the login window portal (a database named DominoWebAccessRedirect.nsf) doesn’t. I delved into the code for a bit, finding some interesting bits of code, and a reference to @GetProfileField that apparently grabbed a list of user-agent data (from a profile document) that was checked against the user trying to login.
Figuring that there must be some way to edit that document, I did a little bit of Google searching, and found that it’s actually rather easy:
First, open up DominoWebAccessRedirect.nsf in your Notes Client:
Click on “Setup”, and then click on “Ultra-lite/Mobile Settings”:
Then, under “Mobile Device User Agent Keywords”, enter whatever you like. Something tells me that “android” will probably be entered here already for you by default on the next release.
[ Resources: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/lotus/library/inotes-ultra ]