Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting a replication schedule, part of Learning Lotus Notes.
We can send the changes to a local application back up to the server by manually triggering replication. …However, we can also tell Lotus Notes to replicate on a schedule that we specify. …This way we can be sure we'll always have an up-to-date version of our application without …actually having to remember to replicate. …To enable scheduled replication we need to click on the Open list and go to Replication and Sync. …If we wanted to trigger a manual replication, I know I can just click on the application …and choose Start Now.…
But instead we're going to go over to the Schedule button. …Now it's important to note that this schedule is only going to be in effect for the current …location that we're currently in. …I can see what location I'm in by going to the bottom right-hand side of my Notes client. …For example, right now I'm in the Online location. …It's even going to tell me on the top right that these options are for Online. …So if I frequently use another location, I'm going to have to go in and set a schedule …
- 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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