You should via policy be able to completely control what application is shown when logging into Notes. This was traditionally called the Welcome Page.
Example 1: When users in the '*/Bob Costas Who?' OU start notes, it should display the frameset "CMA Welcome" from the local database CMA.nsf, rep ID 1322134132:23414321.
Option to synchronize contacts should be available in either the scriptable setup (ie: rep.contacts=1 in text file) or better yet, via a desktop policy.
Currently, on version 8.0.2 of Lotus Notes, it is enabled on a client by client basis. For some reason, some of the clients have it disabled ...
In Notes 6.5, 7, and Notes 8 Basic clients, you can set policies that determines users' IM settings like so (see screen shots).
This made set up and config easy for users.
AFAIK,, these policies don't apply to Notes 8 Standard users. ...
How about the the ability of rules to read the html of a html formed email? This has been a big annoyance since it came out in R5.
Rules seem more for simple text documents and Notes only than for something that actually works like MS Outlook version.
And a big one.. Rules ...
I would like to be able to manage the return receipt of notes mails and/or internet mails.
The administrator could administer this client setting over the "Mail"-policy .
Add the IBM Lotus Symphony-File Type Associations preference to Select the file types to automatically create with IBM Lotus Symphony to the Symphony policy settings document in the Domino directory. Currently this is set by default to Open Document Format in the Lotus Notes client. In a scenario where a phased ...
if you move a user from server a to server b you have to change the clients location documents manually or you have to create a special policy (or policy per server.....). Other person record changes are also to transfer manually to location documents (internet address, mailfile, domain, ....). i ...
When visiting customers, I use a suplied Notes ID to connect to their Domino environment and as a result, my Notes client results in a mixture of settings being pushed down by organizational policies.
I understand that you do not want end users to bypass policies but as an ...
I would like to be able to put some settings on laptops and not on desktop computers. For example, creation ...