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October 24, 2005
LotusScript guru Cregg Hardwick explains to a reader how to use an agent and/or LotusScript to filter certain e-mails based on words in the Summary Line or in the body of the text.
October 21, 2005
PLCP Cregg Hardwick, a Lotus Notes developer since 1998, fields questions from SearchDomino.com members on tips and tricks in LotusScript.
September 19, 2005
SearchDomino's poll on LotusScript has come to an end, and the results are hardly surprising. The majority of respondents said they wished that IBM would do more with LotusScript.
July 27, 2005
In this article, Chen Lin, president of ToJava, which migrates Notes apps to J2EE, lists the steps in a Notes-to-Java migration. Part 1 explained how Notes and Java apps differ.
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Using this LotusScript, you can create a drag and drop interface that you can implement in your users' Lotus Notes clients, allowing them to move documents from one view to another. Continue Reading
Use this LotusScript agent in a Lotus Notes mail-in database to move new mail to a specified folder. Continue Reading
Use these 8 steps and some LotusScript to open and use Macromedia Flash files in a Lotus Notes client. Continue Reading
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Our Notes/Domino development expert answers questions from our readers on how to use LotusScript to remove attachments and delete documents. Continue Reading
After modifying a database, emailing large groups of users about the update can be a nuisance. This LotusScript agent will help you efficiently keep users abreast of database changes. Continue Reading
Using the Instr function can help to find the first occurrence of a string from the left. However, if you want to find the first occurrence from the right, you can use this LotusScript code. Continue Reading