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IBM Notes application archiving 101: Introduction to Seascape for Notes

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Content archiving from IBM Domino and IBM Notes (Lotus Notes) applications is a good data governance practice, regardless of what the future bodes for Notes and Domino. Learn more about how to export and archive content from IBM Notes. http://bit.ly/2GgKAWe

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IBM Notes application archiving 101: Introduction to Seascape for Notes

  1. 1. IBM Notes Application Archiving 101 Introduction to Seascape for Notes
  2. 2. A Seascape Archive is a read-only copy of your IBM Notes application. Seascape is built on open formats including HTML, PDF, and JSON.
  3. 3. Here is a standard Seascape file structure: To open your archive click on this file. The exported Notes documents, attachments, and metadata are here.
  4. 4. Seascape archives can be viewed in any web browser. Your view categories are here. Your exported Notes documents are here. Your metadata and attachments are here.
  5. 5. Seascape archives are highly portable. Use them on a local workstation, or host on a web server. Once you have archived your Notes application, you no longer need Notes or Domino to access your data.
  6. 6. www.swingsoftware.com Try Seascape for Notes www.swingsoftware.com Are you ready to preserve IBM Notes data?

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