We are using one Web-enabled Lotus Notes application, which will allow the users to compose mail in the browser. We now have a requirement to provide the spell checker (in the browser) before sending mail to customers. Currently, iNotes can be used in web mails to do the spell check. Is there any way to implement the same feature in a Web-enabled Notes application? In other words, do you know of a way we can integrate iNotes with developed Notes applications, other than finding a third-party tool that does this?
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