Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Archiving mail, part of Learning Lotus Notes.
If you're constantly hitting your mail quota, if you have thousands of emails in your inbox, …or if your company has a policy about it, …you may need to start archiving your mail file locally. …This means that your Lotus Notes client can automatically take your old email and put …it into a new mail file copy that's only on your local computer. …Before we can start archiving we need to set it up first. …So we are going to click on Actions > Archive > Settings. …It comes with the some standard archive criteria,…so we are going to go in and see just what it's going to archive.…
I am going to select Default for Last Modified and choose Edit. …I will then want to click on Selection Criteria to see what it's actually going to be archiving. …In this case, it defaults to archiving all documents not modified in more than 365 days. …This means that any mail that we haven't touched in a year is going to be move to our Archive folder. …I can change this--I am going to change this to archive anything that hasn't been touched in 6 months.…
- Reading mail
- Searching and organizing mail
- Formatting messages
- Setting up an out-of-office reply
- Adding contacts
- Creating meetings, appointments, and reminders
- Adding a Google calendar to Lotus
- Adding a widget to the sidebar
- Using Sametime chat
- Opening Lotus Notes applications
- Working offline
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Reading and Organizing Mail
3. Sending Mail and Managing Contacts
4. Calendar and To Do
5. The Sidebar
6. Sametime Instant Messaging
7. Lotus Notes Applications
8. Working Offline
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