Quite a disappointment to see, that the new feature "Export to PDF" is only available from the productivity editors and not from notes-core (document and viewlevel).
Let us export and import to MS-Excel (*.xls) format.
(Many people don't know what a "Tabular-Text" or „Comma-Separated-File“ is.)
And while you are at it:
In Microsoft Outlook/Exchange you have the option of saving messages outside of Outlook into your files system with your other documents (Word Documents, Spreadsheets, etc). You can then open up the documents and they open in Outlook/Exchange.
I would like Lotus Notes to be able to do the same ...
I often times visit the files view in the administrator to look at which mail files on a server are using which template (we have several different templates in operation), which database have quotas and which don't, which databases are over quota, which are the largest databases, etc. etc.
We have had questions about exporting emails to a file format. The main concern is to export an email with an attachment and to export that into one file where it can be saved on the local computer or a shared drive. It can be exported into a Microsoft Office ...
Now that drag and drop support of .eml messages is in place, it would be great if this function was also (natively) available through @Command([FileExport]) and NotesDocument.Export().
I wish for Notes menu actions to import and export bookmarks to/from Text files (likely in html or xml format).
The main reason why I want this is because in my experience bookmark.nsf breaks every once in a while. Often one has to nuke it and replace by a new ...
For some actions we use a custom toolbar icon. Because there is no standaard icon available for this. for example we use the PasteInfo button from http://www.alanlepofsky.net/alepofsky/alanblog.nsf/dx/paste-information-application When making this available for all our users we have to make an complete detailed description of how to implement this. While exporting ...
Please allow mail to be printed as PDF or give an option to export mail in PDF format.
For tracking/trending purposes, it is often useful to be able to look at 'aging' of ideas. For example, how long have ideas been in progress, how long did it take for ideas to go from open to complete (or rejected) etc. The modified on date does not appear to be exposed ...
I've always wanted to see an out of the box solution by IBM to provide developers the ability to create default views by form name. (Think Genereate Default Outline)
As this would be extremely helpful when trying to create 'flat' views for exporting and/or reporting purposes.
Manually creating a view ...
Allow the export as structured text from the document open in the client
Currently, the only way to export like this is from a view.
You can import Contacts from a .csv file (in the More menu). Why can't you export them?
I know you can do this with the Notes client but not all customers who use LotusLive Notes want to install it.
Sometimes mail databases gets corrupt, even fixup will not help. Or tables are getting messed up.
I would like to see a tool, which is trying to get almost everytthing out of a mail database, puting it either in the filesystem (as dump) or into a new maildatabase.