A current posting on the Notes.net forum made me think: Wouldn't it be helpful (and not only to beginners) to have a (database or even better form) option to delete responses automatically, whenever a main document is deleted? In 99,999% of all cases I do not want to keep any ...
Sometimes my users delete a document in a DB and after that they couldn´t remember that they have deleted it. So I would have the option to see which person deleted a document. Maybe in the DB Access log or somewhere else.
Sometimes it is necessary to perform a restore and 'merge' a restored replica with the production replica. (by replicating the two together). However to do this you need to clear the deletion stubs from one/both replicas. You can try to do this by setting the Space Saving value Delete Documents not ...
Deleting a bunch (or even a single) document from Mail can be tediously slow compared to other email clients. Not sure how others do it quicker, but here is one suggestion for Notes.
When a change to a view occurs, Notes must always trigger a view update on the ...
When a mail is opened for reading and the user deletes it via the DEL key or the button, the next message in his Inbox gets opened. This raises some issues:
- he might sent a return receipt he didn't want to (yet)
- confidential information could be displayed in ...
Enable a feature where, when a user deletes/removes a folder, that they have an option to delete the messages first and then delete/remove the folder. This can be confusing to users new to Lotus Notes, as the messages are not deleted but that is what many new users expect.
Oh my god! I made a meeting report in my Personal Journal and by accident I deleted the document. Now I have no way to recover it since soft deletions is not enabled by default here.
Put this on and provide away to recover my deletions IBM Lotus!
Ever accidentally deleted a database? It can't be that hard to use the Recycle Bin on Windows Platforms instead of effecting an irriversible file system deletion.
This should occur at the API level so that all methods of deleting databases use the OS recycle bin if available.