Posts Tagged ‘lotus notes’

Mail Rules

This morning I was helping a user with her mail rules and was asked about creating a whitelist for certain domains. Admittedly I had to think about it for a while because I, as I suspect most people do, mainly use mail rules to delete mail or shuffle it into folders. But, lo and behold, […]

Who Uses Lotus Notes?

Well, it’s that time of year again. It seems like every 12 to 18 months buzz starts filtering down from on high about “moving away from Notes”. Usually this means they’re focusing on Mico$oft and usually once they start figuring out just how many servers they’d need along with training costs and man hours they […]

ToDos not moving to current day

I noticed a problem at the beginning of 2011 with my ToDos in Lotus Notes. I typically have a couple that are overdue in which I keep a running record of items. For example, mailfiles that need to be kept active for 60 days. The standard behavior for ToDos whether overdue or due at some […]

Creating sub-categories in the Notes journal

Did you know that you can create sub-categories in your Lotus Notes journal? It’s easy! In the category field of a new journal document just use the format “Main Category\sub-category”. You can go down several levels of categories but I haven’t tested the limits. You can also create sub-folders in your mailfile the same way […]

Incorrect RSS feed in Notes 8.5.2

I’ve been spending a lot of time playing around with the installation files for the Lotus Notes 8.5.2 client. I’ve figured out how to remove some features (Composite Editor and Symphony) to reduce the size of the file as well as some other customizations. While I was editing the presetfeeds.xml (deploy\presetfeeds.xml) I discovered that the […]

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