Yup, that means support for all the same connectors as on Windows - Notes client, Sametime, Office/Outlook and Desktop/Finder. If you had to drop one, then I could understand losing the Office connector, but I think the other three are essential.
Okay, Quickr is a web application. I know. But why it is not possible to have direct access to the Quickr databases & data with the notes client?
It's not a really smart solution with a connector that can just save attachments - an just only ONE attachment - in ...
One of the many thoughs around information managament is helping find information one might not even know existed.Current implementation of connectors is having users select which places to add to their list manually. In other words users would have to check every now and then to see if new usefull ...
Today you can only save one attachment at a time to Quickr from a Lotus Notes email. Should be able to save multiple files at a time to Quickr if you want to bundle them into one Quickr "binder" or folder.