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Welcome to the IBM® Notes® 10.0.1 documentation.
Getting Help
You can get help that is specific to many of the tasks you are performing, or you can open complete Help on all areas of IBM® Notes®.
Learn about the many new features and enhancements in IBM® Notes® 10.
Introducing Domino Mobile Apps
IBM® Domino® Mobile Apps is a mobile client for the Apple iPad that allows you to work with your Notes applications. It is available from the Apple App Store. Domino Mobile Apps includes offline replication and touch optimization and it extends your Notes applications with device capabilities. For more information, see dma_using_domino_mobile_apps.html.
What's new in IBM® Notes® 10.0.1?
Learn about the new features and enhancements in IBM® Notes® 10.0.1
What's new in IBM® Notes® 10.0?
Learn about the new features in IBM® Notes® 10.0.
The IBM® Notes® user interface is comprised of views menus, toolbars, navigation panes, and a sidebar that you can use for easy access to some frequently used applications.
Using the Open list
Use the Open list to open IBM® Notes® applications, documents, bookmarks and bookmark folders. The Open list displays icons and a brief description for each item.
Toolbars
Toolbars work with all the applications in your workspace. Some toolbars are context sensitive, which means that they change depending on the task you are performing.
Using the sidebar
The sidebar provides constant access to your IBM® Sametime® Contacts, Calendar, Feed Reader, and Activities. You can change which of these applications displays in your sidebar. However, depending on your organization, you may not have all of these applications in your sidebar.
Status bar: current state information
The status bar appears at the end of the IBM® Notes® main window. As you work in Notes, system messages and features appear in the status bar.
Working with window tabs
Window tabs make it convenient for you to switch from one open document or application to another in IBM® Notes®.
Preferences
You can customize IBM® Notes® so that it runs and displays just the way you want it to using Notes® preferences.
Accessibility features for Notes®
Accessibility features help users who have a physical disability, such as restricted mobility or limited vision, to use information technology products.
Using the Discover page
IBM® Notes® opens to the Discover page by default, unless you set up Notes to open to an application, such as Mail or Calendar, or to a customized home page. The default Discover page is a central location from which you can find targeted Notes client information more quickly and easily, including new features in the release, introductory material for new users, and helpful hints and tips. There is also a Quick Links tab that allows you to launch your workspace, Mail, Calendar, and other Notes applications you have recently used, in addition to providing links to other resources, such as the Notes and Domino wiki.
Using the Notes workspace
The IBM® Notes® workspace, the legacy user interface for Notes, displays pages containing Notes application icons.
Using bookmarks - linking to documents and applications
Bookmarks are links that point to IBM® Notes® applications, views, documents, or Internet elements, such as Web pages and news groups. Bookmark folders organize your bookmarks. They can contain bookmarks or more folders.
Notes views and folders
Views display specific documents with similar criteria. For example, your Mail has an All Documents view that displays every document contained in the mail application, and a Sent view that displays only documents that you sent.
Printing
You print a single document or multiple documents at the same time. You can also print views (lists of documents in an IBM® Notes® application) and the framesets found in both Notes and the Web.
The topics in this section have been written for more advanced Notes users.
Limits of Notes
Limitations of IBM® Notes® are listed in the following table.
Using Notes Smart Upgrade
Your administrator can set up IBM® Notes® Smart Upgrade to send you a notification to upgrade your Notes client to a later release. Whenever you log into your IBM Domino® home server, Notes Smart Upgrade compares your installed version of Notes to the version the administrator has made available, and prompts you to upgrade if appropriate.
Upgrading your mail file design
Your administrator can manage upgrades so that your mail file template is automatically upgraded after you upgrade your IBM® Notes® client. When you first start the Notes client after upgrading, Notes begins upgrading the design of local application templates, such as Contacts.
Viewing advanced menus
A set of advanced menus can be displayed for the advanced user. Options on advanced menus are targeted more for system administrators or designers, and include menus for tasks such as archiving or deleting Notes® applications, creating an embedded element, or debugging tools.
You can send and answer email, create signatures, and customize the look of your Inbox. You can also do things, like cancel an email sent by mistake or set up out of office notifications.
Getting started with Mail
You can send, receive, and organize emails, and more.
Mail quick reference
This quick reference includes a screen image, which explains the basics in Mail, as well as tables that list other commonly-used tasks and shortcuts.
Personalizing your Mail settings
You can change mail preferences to personalize your mail experience.
Keeping your Inbox clean
You can manage junk mail, mail quotas, and meeting notices, to keep your Inbox cleaner.
Mail access and delegation
You can let others view or edit your mail, or open other people's mail if they have given you access.
Other things you can do with Mail
You can do more things with Mail, such as color-code messages in your Inbox or set up Out-of-Office notifications.
Troubleshooting Mail
You can get help solving problems in mail.
Advanced Mail topics
You can learn more about what you can do with Mail.
Calendar
You can schedule meetings, manage your schedule, add other calendars, and more.
You can schedule and keep track of meetings, appointments, anniversaries, and more.
How should I use the different types of calendar entries?
You can schedule meetings, appointments, all day events, anniversaries, reminders, or event announcements on your Notes calendar. This topic explains some of the differences between these types of entries.
How do I add other calendars to my Notes calendar?
You can add a Google(TM) calendar, iCalendar, other person's Notes calendar, Notes Teamroom calendar, or Notes application calendar to your Notes® calendar. The entries will display alongside your Notes calendar's entries, in a color that you choose.
What are categories and how can I use them in Calendar?
Categories are labels that help you organize items and find them more easily. You can use categories to organize calendar entries, to do items, contacts, or groups. You can assign category colors, so entries in a category appear in a different color on your calendar.
Calendar quick reference
This quick reference includes a screen image explaining the basics in Calendar, as well as tables listing other commonly-used tasks and shortcuts.
You can schedule meetings, reserve rooms and resources, add online meetings and conference call information. You can also check to see when people are available for meetings, and show others when you are available.
How do I let attendees invite others?
A meeting chair can allow attendees to invite or propose other people to attend a meeting.
How do I see when people are available for meetings?
When you schedule a meeting, you can check to see when the invitees are available.
How do I show people when I am available for meetings?
You can set your free time schedule, so people know the days and times that you are available for meetings.
How do I create a repeating meeting?
You can create a meeting that repeats weekly, monthly, yearly, or a custom time you choose.
How do I reserve a room or resource for a meeting?
You can reserve a room or resource for a meeting when you create the meeting invitation.
How do I schedule an online meeting?
You can add online meetings and save the information to reuse next time.
You can change the look of your calendar, choose which meeting notices to receive in your Inbox, and more.
How do I show, hide, or change the location of the preview pane in Calendar?
You can show or hide the preview pane, and you can display it on the bottom or the side.
How do I change regional settings, such as timezones, text direction, and days in a work week?
You can set regional options to ensure that your mail and calendar display suits your preferences.
How do I set automatic alarms for all meetings?
Instead of setting alarms on individual calendar entries, you can set automatic alarms for all calendar entries of a particular type, such as reminders. When you set an automatic alarm, you can change the default sound associated with the alarm, and specify how far in advance the alarm should go off.
How do I put placeholders on my calendar for meetings I have not responded to yet?
Placeholders for new meetings, also known as meeting ghosts, are grayed out on the calendar by default and do not count as busy time in your free time schedule.
How do I reduce the number of meeting-related notices in my Inbox?
To keep your Inbox cleaner, you can have Notes® respond to meeting invitations for you automatically, prevent invitee responses from coming to your Inbox, prevent all meeting invitations from coming to your Inbox, or remove meeting notices automatically after you respond to them.
You can let others view or edit your calendar and open other people's calendars if they have given you access.
Who can see my schedule and free time information?
You can set a preference to determine whether, or how much of, your schedule information displays when other people schedule meetings and check to see your busy and free times.
How do I give someone access to manage my calendar?
You can let specified people open your mail, calendar, to do, or contact entries. You can also let people send, edit (including adding a follow-up flag), and delete messages, create and delete calendar entries, and create and delete to do items for you.
How do I open another person's calendar?
You can read or edit another person's calendar or to do list if the person has given you access to do so.
How do I create a shortcut to another person's Calendar?
You can create shortcuts to someone's Notes® mail, calendar, to do, or contacts, if that person has given you access.
How do I forward meeting invitations to another person automatically?
You can forward meeting invitations and notices you receive to a specified person or group, so they can manage your schedule.
You can do other things with your calendar, like set preferred rooms and conference call information, to make meetings and scheduling easier.
Creating a calendar entry from an email or to do item
You can create a calendar entry from an email or to do item, and all of the information from that email or to do item is copied into the calendar entry automatically.
Adding holidays to the calendar
IBM® Notes® includes predefined holiday sets that you can add to your calendar.
Setting preferred rooms and resources
You can set a default site for meetings and create a list of preferred of rooms and resources to select from when you are scheduling a meeting.
Setting preferred conference call information
You can set preferred conference call information that will display as an option in all meeting invitations you create. To include the conference call information in a meeting, select the Include conference call information in the Location option below the Location field when you create a new meeting.
Cleaning up past calendar entries
You can clean up your calendar by deleting calendar entries and to do items that are no longer current.
Printing the calendar
On each page, you can print a day, week, work week, month, or selected time period on the calendar. You can also print a list of calendar entries, or print days, weeks, or months as a trifold.
You can get help solving problems in Calendar.
Once I have created a meeting, how do I make it repeat?
Once you have saved a meeting and sent invitations, you cannot make it a repeating meeting. However, you can easily copy the information into a new meeting automatically.
How do I accept a meeting I previously declined?
If you set the preference to remove meetings from your Inbox after you process them, it may be difficult to find a meeting you have declined. However, you can use the Entries and Notices view on your calendar to find these invitations.
What do I do if Notes displays the wrong time?
By default, Notes® uses the time zone and daylight-saving time settings of your operating system. If you experience problems with the times displayed in Notes, check the operating system's time zone and daylight-saving time settings to make sure they are properly configured.
You can learn more about what you can do with Calendar.
Rescheduling repeating meetings with different start and end times
Some instances of a repeating meeting may be rescheduled for different meeting times. If you created the meeting, you can synchronize some or all instances of the repeating meeting to be at the same time.
Creating a team calendar
A team calendar is a calendar in a standalone mail file that enables everyone on a team to see the availability of team members and schedule meetings with team members. To use a team calendar, you create a mail file to hold the team calendar that is configured as a mail-in database.
Creating, editing, or removing a group calendar
You can create a group calendar to make it easy for you to schedule meetings with your colleagues.
Importing and exporting calendars
You can import iCalendar-based calendars into your Notes calendar. iCalendar calendars include Apple calendar, Facebook calendars, and more. You can also export Notes calendar entries, so you can import them into other calendars.
Changing what displays in each calendar entry
To customize calendar rows and columns, click View in the menu bar, and then click Customize This View.
You can keep track of what you need to do, and assign tasks to others.
Getting started with To Do
You can create, assign, and organize to do items.
To Do Quick Reference
This quick reference includes a screen image explaining the basics in To Do, as well as tables listing other commonly-used tasks and shortcuts.
Personalizing your To Do settings
You can set alarms for to do items, view to do items for today only, and more.
To Do access and delegation
You can give someone access to manage your To Do items for you. You can also open and manage another person's To Do items if they give you access.
You can save information about people, such as title, addresses, birthdays, and more. You can also do things such as create groups to use as mailing lists, or print contacts as labels.
Getting started with Contacts
You can save important information about people, such as mailing addresses, birthdays, and companies. You can import contacts from other programs, and more.
Contacts quick reference
This quick reference includes a screen image explaining the basics in Contacts, as well as tables listing other commonly-used tasks and shortcuts.
Personalizing your Contacts settings
You can change the look of your contacts.
Contacts access and delegation
You can give someone access to view or edit your Contacts, or you can open other people's Contacts if they have given you access.
Other things you can do with Contacts
You can do many things with contacts, such as print them as labels or synchronize with iNotes and mobile devices.
Troubleshooting Contacts
You can get help solving problems in Contacts.
An IBM® Notes® application contains information about a particular area of interest, such as the forms and policy documents for a department, or it might contain documents of a similar type, such as email messages. In addition, some companies create "discussion applications," where employees can post responses to particular topics.
Getting started with Notes applications
An IBM® Notes® application contains information about a particular area of interest, such as the forms and policy documents for a department, or it might contain documents of a similar type, such as email messages. In addition, some companies create discussion applications, where employees can post responses to particular topics.
Notes applications quick reference
This quick reference card is a list of instructions for common tasks and shortcuts for Notes applications, which you can print and keep at your desk for easy reference.
Advanced Notes applications topics
More advanced Notes applications tasks include determining which applications to back up, how to use XPages applications with Notes, and creating a subscription to an application.
You can create your own personal Web logs (blogs) using the IBM® Notes® blog template (dominoblog.ntf). After you create a blog application, you can then open it as you would any other Notes® application (NSF) file. From your blog application, you can create and manage content and blog discussions.
Getting started with Blogs
View, post, and comment on blogs created with the Notes blog template.
Blog quick reference
Quickly find some of the most common and more advanced tasks for Web logs (blogs) and how to get started doing them.
Advanced Blog topics
In addition to the initial setup and configuration, there are advanced views, forms, and tasks that you can use to manage your blog.
This topic describes connections to servers, ways to connect to servers, and things you should know before setting up a server connection.
Getting started with Locations and Accounts
When connecting to servers, Notes® uses Location documents and Account documents to configure those connections. A Location document contains information that Notes needs, in order to manage your connections whenever you change the way you're connecting to servers; for example, your Home location may use remote access software in your operating system to dial your Internet server, while your Online location assumes that you're connected to a LAN. An Account document contains information, such as user name and password, for an Internet connection such as Internet mail.
Locations and Accounts quick reference
This quick reference card is a list of instructions for common tasks and shortcuts for Notes locations and accounts , which you can print and keep at your desk for easy reference.
Working with Locations, Accounts, and Connections
You set preferences for your Location, Account, and Connection documents that provide the information needed by components to connect to servers. Preferences enable you to create, edit, or delete certain Location, Account, or Connection documents.
Advanced Locations and Accounts topics
Learn to do additional tasks with Location, Account, and Connection documents, such as customizing Location settings, enabling Java applets in Notes, and using iNotes to access your Notes mail from the internet.
You can program IBM® Notes® to perform tasks automatically using agents (also known as macros). Agents can help you perform repetitive tasks, such as managing documents and sending memos.
Working with agents
You can program IBM® Notes® to perform tasks automatically using agents (also known as macros). Agents can help you perform repetitive tasks, such as managing documents and sending memos.
Sample agents
These topics contain sample agents that you can use to better understand how to create your own agents.
Advanced agents topics
These topics contain additional information about agent conditions and triggers, for more advanced users.
You can share files and graphics between IBM® Notes® and other applications using a number of different techniques.
Getting started with sharing information
These tasks explain how to copy data into Notes, and how to share your Notes data with other applications.
Sharing information with other applications quick reference
This quick reference card is a list of instructions for common tasks and shortcuts for sharing information with other applications, which you can print and keep at your desk for easy reference.
Working with shared information
These tasks explain how to import and export data between Notes and other applications.
Advanced shared information topics
These tasks describe how to work with object linking and embedding, and how to import or export formatted data.
As a Notes® roaming user, you can log in to and use Notes from any computer in your organization on which Notes is installed, and use your personal data while doing so. Your personal data includes many of your Notes preferences and personal information such as your contacts, bookmarks, notebook, feeds subscriptions, and optionally your Notes workspace. Notes widgets also participate in roaming.
Getting started as a Notes roaming user
Your IBM® Domino® administrator assigns your roaming user capabilities. The data that your administrator configures to be roaming-enabled replicates or syncs between your roaming server and the Notes® computer that you log into. The roaming server keeps roaming-enabled files and application synchronized for any Notes client on which you log into and work as a roaming user.
Configuring your environment
Your administrator can configure you to work as a roaming user, enabling your personal IBM® Notes®applications and settings to be roamed between any Notes client on which you work. When you log in to Notes on each computer on which you work, you will be initially prompted to convert to Notes roaming user status.
Advanced Roaming User topics
The following Roaming User topics are for more advanced Notes® users.
You can create an offline (local) duplicate of any IBM® Notes® application you use. Such a duplicate is called a replica.
Getting started with Replication
Replication allows you to keep a local version of a Notes® application on your hard disk drive. The local version is identical to the application on a server, so you can make changes to one version, and those changes will appear in both the local and server versions of the application. Replication is a great tool to have when working with large documents or applications, since the local version, or replica, of an application can open documents and views much faster than the server version, which has to open documents and views over a network.
Replication quick reference
This quick reference card is a list of instructions for common tasks and shortcuts for Notes® replication, which you can print and keep at your desk for easy reference.
Managing replicas
The Replication and Sync page lets you synchronize your replicas of IBM® Notes® applications with those applications on one or more servers, and lets you continue other work while Notes copies changes from one application to the other. This allows users on different networks, in a variety of places, to share the same information.
Advanced Replication topics
The following Replication topics are for more advanced Notes® users.
You can use search to find documents, text in a document, applications, and people. You can also set search preferences for type of search query syntax and scope of search.
Getting started with Search
You can search from Notes to find documents, document text, applications, and people.
Search quick reference
This quick reference card is a list of instructions for common tasks and shortcuts for Notes search, which you can print and keep at your desk for easy reference.
Working with Search
Learn to use correct search syntax, and perform searches of your calendar, contacts, other applications, and the internet, all from within Notes.
Advanced Search topics
Learn more about the Search capabilities of Notes.
IBM® Notes® security enables you to protect your workspace and data at all times, so only you and the people you designate have access to your data.
Your Notes User ID and how to store it
Changing passwords
Passwords prevent others from using your User ID. When your administrator creates your User ID, he or she decides whether it needs a password, and what type of password is required. Once you access IBM® Notes® for the first time, you should change your password to something that you can remember but is hard for others to guess.
Using Notes shared login to eliminate Notes password prompts
Notes® shared login (hereafter shared login) allows you to start IBM® Notes and use your User ID without having to provide a Notes password. You only need to log in to Microsoft® Windows® using your Windows password. Your administrator controls whether you can use shared login.
Locking the Notes ID
Locking your IBM® Notes® ID prevents others from using Notes when you are away from your computer. Locking your ID clears your Notes credentials and drops all connections to Notes servers. You must log in again in order to take any new action using Notes.
Enabling Smartcards for Notes® login
Smartcards resemble credit cards, but instead of containing a magnetic strip they contain a microprocessor and memory. You can use a Smartcard with your User ID to login to IBM® Notes®, provided you have a Smartcard reader installed on your computer. Once your User ID is enabled for Smartcard login, you are prompted for your Smartcard Personal Identification Number (PIN) in place of your Notes password.
Requesting a new user name
If you want to request a new User Name - for example, if you got married and you want to change your name - you must contact your administrator.
Your Notes® and Internet names
You can view all the names that identify you in Notes®.
Sending mail to your administrator
Accessing servers using certificates
A certificate is an electronic stamp, like a stamp on a passport, which verifies to a server that you are who you say you are. Certificates are stored in your User ID. When you first receive your User ID from your administrator, it contains a Notes® certificate. You may decide to use Internet certificates as well. (You may see Internet certificates being referred to as X.509 certificates.)
The Access Control List
Every database includes an access control list (ACL), which IBM® Notes® uses to determine the level of access users and servers have to a database. Levels assigned to users determine the tasks that users can perform on a database. Levels assigned to servers determine what information within the database the servers can replicate.
Restricting access to local databases
When you enable encryption for a local database, IBM® Notes® encrypts the database using your public key from your User ID. You are the only one who can then decrypt the database because you have the corresponding private key in your User ID. Nobody else's User ID can open the database.
Notes data
You can restrict access to applications you have stored locally or encrypt a document in an application.
Preventing others from reading or viewing specific documents
You can protect your documents, so that only you and the people you designate can read them, even if others have access to the database your documents are in.
Encrypting documents using secret keys
Using a secret encryption key that is stored in your User ID, you can encrypt a document that you are posting in a public database, provided the document contains fields that are encryptable.
How Notes® uses public and private keys for encrypting and signing mail
IBM® Notes® uses a public and private key set to encrypt and decrypt data, as well as to validate digital signatures. The public and private key in a set are mathematically related to each other and are unique to your User ID. Your public key is stored in your Notes certificate. Your certificate is stored in your User ID and the IBM Domino® Directory. Your private key is stored only in your User ID.
Restricting execution access with the Execution Control List
You can protect your workstation by specifying different types of execution access for different people or organizational certifiers who run IBM® Notes® scripts and formulas. For example, you may give all types of execution access to your IBM Domino® administrator, but allow no execution access to unsigned scripts or formulas.
Securing your POP3, IMAP, or LDAP accounts
IBM® Notes® supports Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), which makes communication secure for your POP3, IMAP, or LDAP accounts. SSL encrypts the data that is sent between your Notes client and the server you specify for your account. Notes supports SSL versions 2.0 and 3.0. By default, Notes negotiates the best SSL version to use with a particular server.
Signed plug-ins
Your administrator may have selected plug-ins to be installed automatically with your client software. These plug-ins are signed with a certificate that is trusted by your client, and verified that the data they contain is not corrupted. Plug-ins signed in this way can then be installed without having to prompt you to accept them.
Widgets and Live Text enables end users to see and act on Live Text in a document, including mail, using widgets (.XML files) created for their use. Power users and administrators can create and edit widgets, and deploy them to users to engage a Notes® form, view, XPage, document or Composite Application, or third party services such as Web page, feed, or Google Gadget™, or automatically install or update a client plug-in for specific Notes users.
Getting started with Widgets and Live Text
Widgets and Live Text is designed for three main user types -- end user, power user and application developer, and administrator. Policy and preferences control various access levels. Roles often overlap. For example, a power user may create and deploy widgets to end users while end users may use widgets that have been created for them, rather than create their own.
Working with Widgets and Live Text - End users
If you are a Widgets and Live Text end user who does not have widget creation or catalog access rights, you can act on Live Text in your active document or double-click an installed widget to start an action. Depending on your policy or preference settings, you may also be able to do other tasks, such as add a new widget to your client sidebar or My Widgets sidebar panel.
Advanced Widgets and Live Text topics - Power users or application developers
You can create and edit Notes® and Web-based XML extensions (widgets) and make those widgets available from a central catalog.
Access control list must contain at least one manager
A copy of this message was sent to <number> recipient(s), but the Internet format of this message was not sent to the following <number> recipient(s): <address>
Contacts (names.nsf) does not contain a required view
A Java™ applet is attempting to execute the following action which does not fit within your security profile
A JavaScript error was encountered while loading a page
Allow administrators to keep this location's settings up to date with those settings on your mail server
An error has occurred trying to open one or more of the Domino directories or address books. Verify that you are using valid address book designs.
Another copy of this document was saved while you were editing it. Save your changes also as a Save Conflict document?
Archiving is prohibited by a policy set by an administrator
Are you sure you want to remove the bookmark folder and its contents?
Attachment has been modified or corrupted since signed
Attempting to switch folders; no folder specified.
Attempting to switch navigators; no navigator specified.
Attempting to switch views; no view specified.
Before you can use your mail file, you will have to use Replicate on the File, Replication menu to call your mail server to initialize the file.
Cannot convert text to a number
Cannot execute the specified command
Cannot delete rows or columns from within a spanned cell
Cannot locate default form
Cannot locate domain for <name>
Cannot locate form: <form name>
Cannot save bitmap to disk
Cannot write or create file (file or disk is read-only)
Cannot write to file (possibly it is READ-ONLY or the disk is out of space or not ready)
Changes to this document will not be saved due to Read-Only privileges
Could not open the ID file
Application is being compacted; Compact must finish before use
Application is not fully initialized yet. It does not contain any views. Use File Replication Replicate to initialize it.
Application object has been deleted
Application has grown too large; use File Replication New Replica to recreate your file with larger capacity.
DDE Server not acknowledging initiate filename
Designer error messages
Do you want to delete documents that are currently in the trash folder of database application name?
Do you want to save this new document?
Do you want to save your changes?
Do you want to save this new message?
Document has been deleted
Encoded Data Checksum Mismatch - Attachment may be corrupted
Entry not found in index
Error accessing user dictionary file
Error creating temporary file
Error opening Character Set Translation File
Error opening dictionary file
Error reading configuration data
File cannot be created
File does not exist
File name must be relative to data directory
File object is truncated - file may have been damaged
Full text error from Topic; see log for more information
Groups cannot be nested more than <number> levels deep
Help database cannot be located
Help document cannot be located
Help view cannot be located
ID file cannot be created
If you change your name you will lose all of your certificates. Do you want to continue?
Illegal use of a Certifier ID file
Inappropriate unary use of an operator
Incorrect data type for operator or @Function
Insufficient memory - index pool is full
Insufficient memory - NSF pool is full
Insufficient network or adapter resources. Consult Network documentation to increase the maximum number of sessions.
Insufficient network or adapter resources. Consult Network documentation to increase those resources.
Internal network software problem (or hardware malfunction)
Invalid character in file name <filename>
Invalid Encoded Data - Attachment may be corrupted
Invalid or nonexistent document
Links to this object type are unsupported under this platform
Mail was successfully submitted for delivery but a copy has not yet been saved in your mail file due to server not responding
Maximum number of memory segments that Notes® can support has been exceeded
NETBIOS not loaded or not running
Network adapter not installed or not functioning
Network name already in use on this system
Network operation did not complete in a reasonable amount of time; please retry.
No Address Book database found
No document in that direction
No document is selected; please select a document to respond to.
No Help - About document is available for this database
No Help - Using document is available for this database
No names found to send mail to
No OLE Objects are registered in the System Registry
No printer currently selected
None of the selected databases has a replica on the server
No 'SendTo' field in document. Use 'Forward' on the 'Actions' menu instead.
Object failed to respond
Object request has not completed because the object is not available
Object Server Failed to Create New Object
OLE cannot create storage for object
Only ENVIRONMENT, DEFAULT, or FIELD can be used as a modifier to :=
Only text can be pasted into this type of field
Opening more windows in Notes® may cause your machine to perform poorly
Permanently delete database <database name> on server <server name>?
Permanently delete database <local database name>? Warning: if you choose Yes, the database and all of its documents will be deleted.
Please place cursor at the desired insertion point of the body field
Query is not understandable
Remote path name must be relative to Data Directory
Remote system no longer responding
Remote system not responding
Remove selected item(s)?
Removing the database will delete your <number> private view(s). Remove anyway?
Replacing a database design changes the database's views (except private ones), forms, agents, and fields to match those in the template. Do you wish to proceed?
Replication of this database is not permitted
Selected font does not have a consistent face, size, style, or color
Server Error: Insufficient Memory
Server Error: The signature on the certificate was found to be invalid. Check the log file for details.
Some preferences will not take effect until next time the program is started
Sorry, an application to open this document cannot be found
Sorry, you must have Designer access to be able to create or delete a full-text index
The access control list is full. If you need to add new users, place existing users into groups on the list.
The certificate(s) have not been issued to you and cannot be merged into your ID file. They have been issued to: <user name>.
The database cannot be read due to an invalid on disk structure
The Doclink database cannot be located
The executable program library cannot be found
The first categorized column in this view does not sort on the Categories field. Choose another categorized view using the View menu.
The ID file is a safe copy and cannot be used for that purpose
The ID file is locked by another process. Try again later.
The linked document cannot be found in the view
The maximum space for display of views, forms, agents, and shared fields has been exceeded for this database. Please delete some of them: <database name>.
The Domino Server is not a known TCP/IP host
The NOTES.INI file cannot be found
The Object application does not support this format
The remote server is not a known TCP/IP host
The remote TCP/IP host is not running the Domino Server, or the server is busy
The server you are currently connected to does not support passthru and cannot route us to the designated target server
The specified ID file has been corrupted, or is not an ID file
There are no enabled archive settings for this database
There are no libraries located in your bookmarks
This database cannot be read due to an invalid on disk structure
This document cannot be displayed in its original format because it contains a stored form
This document contains data that may compromise the security of your computer when the document is displayed using its original format
This document contains links to external objects. Refresh the links now?
This document is read-only. If you make any changes in the OLE object they cannot be saved because the document is read-only.
This name is not in a directory
This operation cannot be undone. Would you like to proceed?
This operation will delete the selected workspace page. Are you sure that you would like to proceed?
This request is not supported with the version of your ID file. An ID file containing a hierarchical name is required.
This bookmark is corrupt. Please delete and re-add it to your bookmark bar.
To create a graphic, first copy the graphic to the clipboard
Unable to find path to server
Unable to find server on any port
Unable to interpret time or date
Unable to load DESKTOP6.NDK. The file is damaged, obsolete, or intended for a different operating system. Delete the file and create a new desktop?
Unable to open Name and Address Book (names.nsf) due to error <error>. Locations cannot be used until the problem has been corrected.
Unrecognized characters found after number
Unable to create any locations, <NAMES.NSF> does not contain a required view. Please refresh the design with the Address book template. After the design is refreshed, restarting Notes will create default locations.
Unable to establish connection with LDAP server
You and signer have no certificates in common; signer cannot be assumed to be trustworthy.
You are not authorized to access that database
You are not authorized to create new databases on this server <server name>
You are not authorized to delete that database
You are not authorized to perform that operation: <server name> <file name>
You are not authorized to use the server
You can only change selected text. There is no text selected.
You cannot open a database
You do not have a mail file specified. Use File Mobile Edit Current® Location... to set it.
You do not have a mail file/server specified. Use File Mobile Edit Current® Location... to set them.
You have outgoing mail pending. Do you want to transfer it now?
You must first add your mail file database file name to Notes®
Your change to the list of local address books will not take effect until you restart Notes
Your database privileges were changed. Your Unread Marks may not reflect your new privileges.
Your ID file has been corrupted, or is not an ID file
Your ID has not been certified to access the server
Your name is listed to access this database, but with a different ID
Your request to compact this database is now being carried out on the server
The file <filename> already exists. Do you want to replace it?
<Name> not found in any Address Book. Choose OK to skip, Cancel to stop.
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