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Lotus Notes Mail Query

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Notes Mail Query allows you to search arcoss multiple notes archives

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Many a time, we would remember a couple of words in our email archives but not the subjects.. and we would fumble around with multiple archives each taking so much time to open and then sift through the subjects...

Notes Mail Query is written in java and can run in Mac, Linux and Windows helping you to index your email archives and help you find data from all the text fields in the emails.

Double clicking on the results opens the mail in our native email client (Notes). Its is a basic requirement that we have notes installed before using this application.

Feel free to drop in comments and brickbats. More features coming up. The current release for windows is an alpha release and expect some bugs to crop out... Thank you !!

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Features

  • Indexes all your lotus notes archives in one place
  • Auto indexing of local replicas for updated search results
  • Search for mails with key words in both subject/body and other text fields
  • Open emails directly in notes browser

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Intended Audience

Developers, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Java SWT

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2013-04-11

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