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Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by RAC, Mar 28, 2012.
Dooes anyone if it's possible to access Lotus Notes from an iPad?
I use lotus notes at work. I can access lotus notes through safari using inotes. Just google inotes to get directions.
Yes you can access Lotus Notes through Safari. Also, you can add Lotus Notes email to your iPad by installing the Lotus Notes Traveller. Speak to your Lotus Notes administrator for the process. My workplace uses Notes and have a procedure whereby you go to a secure webserver and put in your username and password and it guides you through the installation on your iPad. Works great.
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This is my first post on this forum. My organisation uses Lotus Notes 8.5 rather heavily. While we can use notes traveller for the stock standard emails/calendar/to do's/contacts etc - I am really interested in ways we can access custom notes applications which you can normally only access while logged on to your PC version of Notes.
We are thinking of using the iPad for accessing these databases, but so far the only thing we can use is Traveller which provides little/no access to custom applications on a notes server.
Any ideas/thoughts/brainstorms would be much appreciate
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