SwiftFile has been around for about 5 years. Everyone who discovers it loves it. So when will it be included as a part of the client installation kit so I can deploy it at the same time I deploy the Notes client?
At this point if I am using ...
The Linux and Mac Notes clients lack this powerful tool. With all clients being built on Eclipse, there should be better feature synchronization across platforms. But, it is only available on the Windows client. Sadly, IBM doesn't promote it much either and should--as it really helps people stay current with ...
Swiftfile is such a useful tool, there should be an option in DWA preferences to turn it on. It should be an optional install on the server and run from there. It could make DWA a Killer app.
I know : this has been posted several times... But it still isn't there !! Also make available to other platforms than MS if possible. Some other enhancements are always welcome of course.
I have read some post on edbrill.com stating that this is difficult because it needs to ...
SwiftFile is (IMHO) one of the best features available in the Notes client.
You don't know what SwiftFile is? Forget about maintaining mail rules to classify your e-mails ! Free, self-learning and available since release ... hum ... a very long time ago (1999 according to following ...
SwiftFile offers 3 folders to file a msg in one click based on it's best guess. These guesses are very good, but not perfect nor consistent. Swiftfile should allow one of the picks to be a user-defined choice based on criteria (like those defined in Rules!) For example, all emails ...
could we have Swiftfile for all Notes-Clients ?
In migrating some users from 6.5.6 to 8.01, the only complaint so far that I have heard is regarding the printing of mail messages.
Open email message and print. The result was a printed document containing the Subject and Body of the email
There appears to ...
If the preview pane is displayed, then it should be possible to select additional documents in the inbox and have them all get filed along with the document in the preview pane when you click on the SwiftFile link.