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20 May 2017Bruce ElgortUse more customization features in ND9 NotesMail

Oh, and how much will this idea cost us to implement?
20 May 2017Bruce ElgortUse more customization features in ND9 NotesMail

I really like this idea a lot! What would it take to get it implemented?
15 Jun 2016aaron wang11Reply with Stationery

Hi team,is this function"reply with stationery" available now in Lotus Notes?Thanks!
11 Feb 2016Rohan Shah21Would it be an idea to warn user about redirect-URLs?

@Robet Ibsen Voith The idea of Link Preview by @Alex Matheson is great.
Even the Flagging idea where the users know beforehand about the website is brilliant.
11 Feb 2016Alex Matheson31Would it be an idea to warn user about redirect-URLs?

@Robet Ibsen Voith, I think the best solution would be a combination of both an intermediate inspection tool as well as some policy protection. The combination would allow for less strict policies than blocking users from all redirects.

Basically all links that are not validated by the inspection tool would be blocked as per the protection policies.

Another possible addition could be flagging users each time they send a link that fails the validation process. This would allow users to know before they even open the email or links they should be cautious of the individual.
10 Feb 2016Robert Ibsen Voith4084Would it be an idea to warn user about redirect-URLs?

@Alex Matheson, yes, there are many ways to do stuff like you point out. I like the Chrome App-variant too. Since all URL protocols require a handler registered in the registry (one for https, one for http, one for notes etc), it means that Avast etc most perhaps inject themselves into that command chain. It could actually be quite simple to create an intermediate inspection tool, which analyzes the URL and relay it onto the original handler if OK.

Regarding the user allowing the link to go through anyway, I would like to see some policy protection around this. The most strict variant could block ANY redirect, and not allowing the link to go through.
10 Feb 2016Alex Matheson31Would it be an idea to warn user about redirect-URLs?

@Robert Ibsen Voith, Interesting blog post. What if you create something similar to the Google Chrome app "Link Preview" which allows users to hover over a link and view a preview of the page.

Another idea would be a system similar to Avast Anti Virus where it will mark a link with a red badge if it redirects the user or seems shady.

My only criticism is that if it only lets the user know they are being redirected, many users will click anyway assuming it is something they are supposed to be redirected to. To make it more user friendly I think one of the ideas above would work nicely.

I will include a picture to help explain my thoughts.
10 Feb 2016Robert Ibsen Voith4084Would it be an idea to warn user about redirect-URLs?

@Alex Matheson, the simplest would be to just warn the user about the redirect. It would be even better if the system also resolved the redirect for the user, much like the Maxa tools do (see the blog post for details).
09 Feb 2016Rohan Shah21Would it be an idea to warn user about redirect-URLs?

Its a nice security feature. I browse a lot on websites online and the most thing i hate is being redirected to some other page without knowing where i am being redirected to.
09 Feb 2016Alex Matheson31Would it be an idea to warn user about redirect-URLs?

Good Idea - its such a simple security feature its hard to believe it is not already in place.

Also are you suggesting that it only alerts the user they are being redirected, or it alerts the user to exactly what they are being redirected to?
03 Nov 2014Uwe Brahm478Remove the "Reply with Internet-Style History" button

I need it because we have a mixed environment. Here is what I need:
- (1) Let me as an admin make Internet Style history the default
when users simply clicking Reply or Reply to All or Forward
- (2) Let me as an admin have the signature put at the end and not at the beginning
when using this reply/forward style

The most brain dead feature is that the signature is put at the top and not at the end automatically.
Usually you cite the original email and comment with text right into the cited text, you really
need the signature at the end - not the beginning.

================================
> some original text

my 2 cents

> some other original text

my other comments

---
My Signature at the end.
=================================

Internet Style always includes the signature at the end.
If IBM would listen to their users, they would have added that already.

I now see people not using Notes because they see a client that does not include
all the features they know from other tools like Thunderbird and Apple Mail.
28 Oct 2014Mike Woolsey5008Clicking the Quickflag icon on an already flagged e-mail should remove the flag

Outlook converts it to a "solved" flag. Which isn't very pleasant if you accidentally clicked the flag.

I keep hitting its "colorizing" flag, too.

Outlook is annoying. We need to find a non-annoying response.
24 Sep 2014Daniel Wood10Make Swiftfile available on non-Windows Clients

Hi Guys, happen to know if we're any closer to achieving this. I see it's been 4 years since the last comment!
02 Sep 2014David Hablewitz15217Synchronize Alarm Snooze Behavior in Notes to Work Like iNotes

I would like to see it offer to snooze until x minutes before the event, like 5 or 10 minutes before the event, rather than snoozing x minutes from now.
22 Jul 2014Lior Milgrom45Inbox Zero for Notes

Thank you very much Bill! will take a look at it!
22 Jul 2014Bill Malchisky9254put sent items in folders

If you want messages in the Sent folder to appear in a different folder, you can select the message and select "Add" under the Move to Folders menu option and they will be there. Sent is a view for all mail sent by the mail file owner.

Is there something else you would like?
22 Jul 2014Bill Malchisky9254Allow groups, domains etc. to be used to set background or ink colours in the ($inbox)

Also, I suspect that allowing an entire Organization or OU defeats the purpose as you would then have a preponderance of e-mail as the background, making it the majority. The point of background view colors is to identify the outlier, important, or less frequent message to ensure you respond expeditiously.

If */ACME is set, then you are essentially no better off than having a white background with black or red text.
22 Jul 2014Bill Malchisky9254Allow groups, domains etc. to be used to set background or ink colours in the ($inbox)

You can set a an Internet domain, and Notes will color the entire domain. So that gets you part of the way there.
22 Jul 2014Bill Malchisky9254Clicking the Quickflag icon on an already flagged e-mail should remove the flag

So clicking the dropdown arrow and sliding to remove is inappropriate? Using your premise, what do you want to have occur when you select multiple documents, say four, and one is QuickFlag enabled, one is a custom flag with a description entered, and two lack any follow-up designation.

I suspect I understand what you would like to occur, but would rather not guess.

My concerns is that if you are off a document, click the flag in thinking you are adding a new flag, then remove the flag for a custom follow-up and lose all of your prose on what you needed to accomplish. That would be brutal. How do you handle that?

But outside of this case, I suspect your idea could save people some time.
22 Jul 2014Bill Malchisky9254Inbox Zero for Notes

@Lior - check out eProductivity's mail solution. It is based upon David Allen's Getting Things Done (TM) (GTD) methodology. -> { Link }

This is heavily configurable and addresses much of what you seek.


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