The Notes 8 delayed image loading for HTML mail is nice, but it'd be REALLY nice if you could set (and have it remember) trusted senders or domains that would load automatically.
Certain other email products have this functionality....
I like the fact that the notes client doesn't immediately show images on an html email. Especially as I might be looking at a bit of junk etc.
But I don't want to have to right-click "Show Images" everytime I receive an email from a trusted source ...
Add a menu option to the context menu so when you right click on an image there is an option to save the image as a file to the disk drive. Currently your only option is to copy the image and paste it into graphics software like Paint, then save ...
Images should be resizable by clicking and dragging the border, similar to the behavior of various windows resizing functions.
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 ...
Ben Langhinrichs pointed out that there is some notes.ini magic to solve this.
The magic line:
Explanation on Andre Guirard's blog www-10.lotus.com/ldd/bpmpblog.nsf/dx/purpose (Andre's very first post)
When I paste images into a rich text field, by default, they are pasted as bitmaps. I can ...
Images should have a property to scale to fit the window similar to that in browsers.
When you want to replace an inline image (imported image) you basically have to delete the current image and replace it by importing a brnad new image.
This causes you to loose all the properties set.
In case you could from the image properties - first tab - ...
This is a pretty simple idea. There should be an security/mail preference to block images on html emails similar to what Yahoo and Gmail offer. Yahoo allows the user to block images by default and then show the images when a user clicks on the link in an open email. ...
When you get an HTML message that requires clicking on Show Images, if you click on it while it is displayed in the preview pane, you must still click on it again if you open the message. This extra click is redundant. I think that once the images have been ...