Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Opening an application, part of Learning Lotus Notes.
You may be called on at any point in time to open an application that's not on your …workspace or on your Bookmark bar in the Open list. …There may be no link to click on from an email either, so here's the big question, how do …you find that application? …There are two ways. …The first way is if you know what server the application you're looking for is on, we can …browse to find it. …We are going to go to the File menu right at the very top left of your Lotus Notes client …and choose File > Open > Lotus Notes Application.…
If we were looking for an app on our local computer, we could just click on it right …in the Open Application dialog box, but in this case we need to go to a server. …So I am going to click the black dropdown next to the Look in prompt. …I only have one server in this list. …In case you have multiple servers, you would either have to know what server you're going …to by asking administrator, or by already knowing ahead of time what server of the app you are …looking for is located on. …
- 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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