Per default Lotus Notes create 4 location documents in the local names.nsf:
But the normal user need often only one ... the Online one.
The user choose accidentally "offline" as ...
We use an Office location and an Internet location (which uses passthru servers in the DMZ with encrypted Notes ports), with different connection documents, so our users don't need to start/use a special VPN just to get to their mail.
That means I have to switch to the Office location ...
An annoying feature of Notes that I would dearly love to change is as follows...
You know how when you open an attachment on a mail document, it opens it in the temp directory under the Documents and Settings\UserName\Temp\notes???? folder? Often you forget after making modifications to ...
Within the Location Document, provide the capability to use authenicated proxies. Specifically, those proxies that use NTLM. WIthout this, organizations that use Lotus Notes/Domino and expect HTML mail, will always see a "red x" when viewing HTML mail that refers to an image somewhere on the internet. There is a TechNote that explains ...
It would be great if you could have policies applied to specific locations.
I have a policy to set the local proxy and this get's applied to all locations including Internet where no proxy is needed.
The application "Thinkvantage Access Connection" (available on any ThinkPad laptop) allows you to change several settings at once after you connect physically to a different LAN network. It recognises a LAN through a stored MAC address of the ethernet port.
This same functionality could be used in the Notes client ...