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October 26, 2005
The second installment of our series on frequently asked questions takes a look at common questions about the Notes Address Book, users' Personal Address Books and the Domino Directory. Answers come from SearchDomino.com experts Chuck Connell, ...
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Complete the following steps to check your authority level. If you do not have this authority, you will need to work with a Domino administrator to obtain these roles. You must be listed in the Domino Directory ACL and assigned, at a minimum, the ... Continue Reading
A key piece of the Domino administration puzzle is the system file known as Name & Address Book, or NAB. This tip will explain some of the basic properties of the NAB. Continue Reading
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From running multiple instances of Lotus Notes to learning about the new DAOS feature in Notes 8.5, these tips kept you clicking in 2009. Continue Reading
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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
Reduce Notes/Domino 8.x server strain by adjusting SMTP configurations settings to reject email messages to anonymous unknown recipients and groups. Find out how. Continue Reading
Are you constantly un-doing a mistake one of your Lotus Notes Domino users made? Here are two quick server settings and policy changes to help protect Notes users from themselves and relieve some administrator stress. Continue Reading
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SearchDomino.com LotusScript expert Cregg Hardwick explains how to set up local replication of a Lotus Notes database, so employees can access it even if they're offline. Continue Reading
Want to protect your Microsoft Excel spreadsheets from tampering? This LotusScript code from SearchDomino.com member Prasad Knair programmatically lets you secure a Microsoft Excel file with a password and prohibit what columns can be edited. Continue Reading
When used in a form action, this code from SearchDomino.com member Jon Urwin will invite users to click a button, browse for a file, and then insert a shortcut to that file in a rich-text field. This is ideal for items like a Lotus Notes discussion ... Continue Reading