Perform tasks while reading mail in the preview pane
For example, accept or decline a meeting invitation and
view the message threads.
Ultra-light mode - view management actions
A new view management mode lets you perform actions
on selected messages such as deleting multiple
messages, flagging them for follow up, or marking them
read or unread.
Displays the view management toolbar.
Exits view management.
Ultra-light mode – new features in Day At A Glance
• Date picker - Click the date to open the date picker.
• On the date picker, click a day to view the day's
• From any date, click to return to present date.
• Unprocessed invitations display in Day At A Glance.
Ultra-light mode – ability to respond to invitations
• Invitee can accept or decline invitations, and view
availability and attendance indicator
• Chair can view invitee status and cancel meeting
Here are some changes from the previous release.
Updated Archive preferences
Archive preferences are more self-explanatory and include
help text. Click the for addition help. To set Archive
preferences, click Preferences – Archive.
For more information about setting these preferences and
about archiving, see the Help topics “Using Archives,”
“What You Need to Know to Set Up Archiving,” and
Improved archive experience
All enabled archives, including the private ones you create
by setting Archive preferences, and archives based on
criteria defined by your administrator show in the left
For more information about about archiving, see the Help
topic “Using Archives,” as well as those listed in the row
Improved Lotus Quickr preferences
You can select Quickr places by selecting from a list of
user-friendly server/place names. You can also filter places
by Favorites, All, or My Places. To set these preferences,
click Preferences – Lotus Quickr. (Quickr must be
configured by your administrator.)
New options for adding signatures to mail
An improved set of Signature preference options
(Preferences – Mail – Signature) include two new options:
• Ultra-light mode -- use the plain text signature to
automatically add a signature to messages sent from
• Lotus Notes signature – if you have created a signature
in the Lotus Notes client, you can use it when sending
mail from the full and lite modes.
Updated Meeting preferences
You can set default conference call information that
automatically populates your meeting invitation form when
you schedule a meeting. Then, when you create an
invitation, you can choose whether or not to include this
information. To set signature preferences, click
Preferences – Calendar – Meeting.
Improved type-ahead available in all modes
When you begin typing an address, type-ahead displays a
list of recent contacts in any field that expects an e-mail
address. This feature is on by default, but you can disable
it, or remove one or all of the names from your type-ahead
list by clicking Preferences – Basics – Type-ahead.
Mode name change
The spelling of this mode is now “ultra-light” mode.
Ultra-light mode – address picker
You no longer have to type in address when composing
mail. Simply click the to, cc or bcc buttons to open your
contacts and select a name.
Media Gallery View the entire collection of demos, tutorials, reference cards, and product tours
in the product Media Gallery on the Lotus Notes and Domino wiki.
Blog View and blog about tips for using Lotus iNotes, see the Notes Design Blog blog
New Features To see a complete list of what is new in this release, see the topic “New
Features” in the product Help.
Use the following resources to get more assistance:
Help links and locations Click Help at the top-lright of the Lotus iNotes window to view Lotus iNotes Help
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topics. Click Help - Submit Feedback or click the Submit Feedback link at the
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