Updating calendar entries in lotus notes
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This can happen if the Reader Names field within the document does not contain the database Replica ID (.i.e.
Replica ID of the database which performs the lookup).
If you are using incorrect syntax of the formula,then the above error can be prompted.
Another reason for the above error to occur is if some value not found.
For example:temp := @Db Lookup("":"No Cache";"":"";"view";"key";2);@If(@Is Error(temp);"Error message";temp)If there is one error in the formula then the text, "Error message," will be returned.
You can use the @Is Error function to diagnose such errors.
It includes the following components e-mailing, calendaring and scheduling, address book, database, web server, programming etc.
and provides you with the features like integrated messaging, business applications and social collaboration. The NSF files contain all the Notes mailbox data such as: emails, contacts, calendar entries, notes, journals, etc.
Tip: If you have forgotten both your user name and password, you can retrieve them without registering again if you know the email address that you registered.
As you all know, IBM lotus Notes is one of the popular email clients.
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Error: "Entry not found in index..." when opening documents The above errors can occur while opening document within a view or folder.