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IBM® Client Application Access 2.0.1 documentation
Welcome to the IBM® Client Application Access 2.0.1 documentation, where you can find information about how to install, configure, and use IBM Client Application Access 2.0.1.
IBM® Client Application Access (ICAA) is a small, stand-alone application that allows you to work with your IBM Notes® and IBM Domino® applications. It is supported on Microsoft™ Windows™ and Mac OS systems.
What's new in IBM Client Application Access 2.0?
The following features are new in IBM® Client Application Access (ICAA) 2.0.
System requirements
See the IBM Client Application Access 2.0.1 system requirements technote.
Accessibility features
Accessibility features help users who have a disability, such as restricted mobility or limited vision, to use information technology products successfully.
You can install IBM® Client Application Access on Microsoft™ Windows™ or Mac OS systems.
Dual client installation scenarios
IBM® Client Application Access (ICAA) and IBM Notes® release 9.0 or later can co-exist on your system. In this case, you can use either Notes or ICAA. When you open an application and Notes is not running, the application is opened in ICAA.
Installing on Microsoft Windows™
Follow these steps to install IBM® Client Application Access (ICAA) on Microsoft™ Windows™ if the installation isn't done for you.
Installing on Mac OS
Follow these steps to install IBM® Client Application Access (ICAA) on Mac OS if the installation isn't done for you.
Installing on Citrix XenApp server
Administrators can follow these steps to install IBM® Client Application Access (ICAA) on a Citrix XenApp server.
Configure IBM® Client Application Access (ICAA) when you install it for the first time and you don't already use IBM Notes®. If you install it for the first time and already use Notes, ICAA is configured and you can skip this step.
Configuring on Microsoft™ Windows™
Configure IBM® Client Application Access (ICAA) the first time you use it. If you currently use IBM Notes®, ICAA is already configured and you can skip this procedure.
Configuring on Mac OS
Configure IBM® Client Application Access (ICAA) the first time you use it. If you currently use IBM Notes®, ICAA is already configured and you can skip this procedure.
Client settings
Administrators can add client settings to customize IBM® Client Application Access (ICAA).
Learn how to use IBM® Client Application Access (ICAA).
Opening mail
If you're an on-premises user (you use an IBM® Domino® server at your company site), you can open your mail in IBM iNotes®.
Opening applications
Open applications from an IBM® Notes® link or button in an email message. Or, open them directly from IBM Client Application Access (ICAA).
Opening the Home page
Your IBM® Client Application Access (ICAA) Home page gives you access to mail, contacts, notebooks, bookmarks, recent applications, and the Workspace from one page.
Opening the Workspace
The applications that you've used are shown in the Workspace as icons on tabbed pages.
Using bookmarks
When you install IBM® Client Application Access and use it for the first time, all the bookmarks stored in your bookmark.nsf file are transferred to the navigator.
Tips to help with troubleshooting issues in IBM® Client Application Access.
Limitations
Be aware of the following limitations with IBM® Client Application Access.
Microsoft™ Windows™ issues
Tips to help with troubleshooting issues in IBM® Client Application Access.
Mac OS issues
Tips to help with troubleshooting issues in IBM® Client Application Access.