After some false stops and starts, Brainworker and I can finally publish my full user guide for Notes Mail, Calendar, Contacts and To do. Perfect for new employees used to Outlook, but also as a user guide for any Notes user.
Notes Tip #53: The Secrets of HCL Notes 12 (and11, 10, 9 and possibly even earlier)
Here is a video recording of my presentation where I show the new stuff in HCL Notes 12.0.1, as well as cool stuff in older versions of Notes.
Notes Tip #52: Backup Your Cell Phone Contacts to Notes
In the last part of my tutorials on how to use the Contacts application in HCL Notes, I show you how you can sync your contacts between Notes and your cell phone.
Notes Tip #51: Send Email to Your Private Contacts
I’ve shown you how you can add contacts to your own personal Contacts application in HCL Notes. Not it’s time to show how you can use them.
Notes Tips #50: Not So Very Recently
Notes will suggest names for you in any name field, including when you create emails. This is how you can remove the names and adresses you don’t want to see.
Notes Tips #49: We Are Getting the Group Back Together
In your Contacts application in HCL Notes, you’re not only dealing with individuals. You are also dealing with groups and can make it much easier to email and invite people.
Notes Tips #48: Create a New Contact
Last week I showed you how to create a new contact from an email. This week I show you how to create a contact from scratch.
Notes Tips #47: How to Turn an Email into a Contact
Quick and very easy tip on how to add new contacts to your personal contacts application in HCL Notes from an email.
Notes Tip #46: Make Contact
HCL Notes has a contact application that makes it easy for you to create your own contact lists and group them in contact groups.
Notes Tip #45: Are They Coming or Not?
Are you unsure about who has responded to your meeting invite or if they are coming or not? HCL Notes can help you with that too!