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Try re-install the application and reconfigure it from scratch, good luck!
Posted on Aug 07, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is not a perfect mirror of that function in Notes, but you do have options.
The first one is the "Recall" option:
==========Extracted directly from Lotus Notes Help================
You can retract a message that you have already sent and saved in the Sent view. This is useful if you sent a message in error, or if you want to edit the content of a sent message and resend it.
Of course this assumes you catch it before they read it.
No other option works on an individual message, but treats all messages with the same 'solution'.
One of those solutions is the somewhat obvious [Save as Draft]. Of course then the onus is on you to follow up and actually send them. I've trained myself to use this option if I'm a bit hot under the collar.
You could assist that process by creating an agent that would flag you with a reminder when messages are held in the draft folder. To do that you will need to know a little bit about agents and scripting. It's not as scary as it sounds - the interface for creating agents helps guide you a bit. And don't get this confused with Rules. Though there are similarities Agents is a more robust scripting environment.
A bit more sophisticated method:
A less frequently used option is to use the 'Transfer outgoing mail if: xx messages pending. In this instance you would set the number to a high threshold, say 50. But, again, you would be responsible for forcing the transmission by manually initiating replication.
Unfortunately, none of these is a perfect substitute for the Outlook option you depend on. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
Open your Inbox, Select the mails you need to archive > Go to Actions menu on top and select Archive > Archive Selected documents. You should have an Archive Criteria created before doing this.
To create a criteria, Go to Actions> Archive> Create Criteria and give a name and file path for the archive.
Hope this helps. Good Luck.
Posted on Apr 20, 2011
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