Allow the search box to search in Mail db *and* Archives Mails dbs. See this for Mary Beth's answer.
When searching a view with categorized columns, you get a results set back with the twistied Category listed. When you expand the category by clicking on the twistie, it expands but the category disappears. This is particularly frustrating when searching the log database as all you end up with is ...
When creating a new email and you click on TO: field to address the message this dialogue box only allows searches by last name. It would be nice to have a toggle to switch between last name and first name searches.
So if you don't recall the last name of ...
It would be nice to be able to customize this option to go to an interal company Database/FAQ or URL where you could have your own customized KBase entries for your our own users. I hope IBM has enhancement plans for this option.
-Tim E. Brown
In addition to the old-style fulltext search tied to a view, it would be great to be able to fire a qeuery against the whole database, and be able to do it from anywhere (an outline-entry, a hotspot on a document, a "search bar" in a frameset).
Now with version ...
Narrow documents in a view to match what a user types into the search box, just like for example in iTunes.
The Notes Vierw Column Header Click, should provide a Filter option, which allows the user to see the entire list in the view, or a selected value, or a conditional filter. Somewhat similar to the Data Auto-Filter option available in MS Excel.
Make the Eclipse/Notes search provider work like in Firefox.
do you like to open the menu to find this action?
when I perform a search on a view via he 'Search this view' option my Notes client is frozen for a dozen of secons, depending on the size of the view.
I would rather like to be able to work with other tabs in the mean time.
Allow "All Documents" search results to be sorted by the column labeled "Type icons" - basically to allow me to sort on whether the document is sent mail, received, calendar notice, etc.
When used searching Search All mail via Search Toolbar is not using searching in the archives of mail.
It would be beneficial if Search All mail via Search Toolbar sought out in the mail archive of the mail box.
Perhaps this is a sign that I need to get rid of some folders, but it would be nice to have a way to search for a folder similar to the way Firefox has a way to search the bookmarks. Put a small search bar above the list of folders. ...
The new search bar is great but its default position doesn't seem right, it should be located at the far right (as it would be in IE anf FF). What's worse is that it does not remember where you place it and returns to the same position when you restart ...
Currently you are not able to use the full text search in embedded views with single category.
If it will possible you could build new kinds of privates views. Another point is, that normal users don't understand why they can search in some views and they aren't able to ...
When using advanced searching and specifically search by field name, there are too many fields listed in the drop down box. There should be a way to limit which fields should appear in this list, and there should be a way to show alternate text but have the query use ...
Searching for email in iNotes web interface:
1. The right arrow in the toolbar always opens a dialog box that allows you to search for "entries that start with"
Can IBM add an option in user preferences to change this to "entries that contain"
When I do a search in my mail file based on some search criteria, I want to be able to display the unread emails only within my search results...
Here are some examples:
1. Switch to "All Documents" view
2. Click View ---> Search This View...
The fulltext searchengines should be replaceable so a customer can for example select to leverage X1 Enterprise Server instead of Domino's own.
I am not sure if it is a bug or not ...
I am also syncing my Contacts using Traveler. I created a list of my contacts by myself.
I also have a sister with the same lastname ... If I like to search for the lastname of ...