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Create a personalized greeting for Lotus Notes database users

Create a personalized note using LotusScript code and a PostOpen event to greet Lotus Notes database users by first name and time of day upon logging on.

By using LotusScript code and the Database Script PostOpen event, you can generate a personalized greeting for your Lotus Notes database users. Upon logging on, users will be greeted by first name and time of day.

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To begin, copy and paste the following code into the PostOpen event of the Lotus Notes database you would like to contain the greeting.

Note: This database script takes a while to update. Be sure to save and close the script. You must re-open your Lotus Notes database for the changes to take effect.

LotusScript for first name greeting
(Click on code for enlarged view and script download.)

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