Expanding Group Names for Lotus Domino using LotusScript

I needed to find the people that belonged to a given lotus Notes group. It couldn’t be a simple lookup since other groups can and frequently are also members of a group, so it needed to be be recursive. 12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031323334353637383940414243444546474849505152535455Function Continue reading Expanding Group Names for Lotus Domino using LotusScript

SNTT: a pseudo Computed for Display Rich Text Field in the Lotus Notes Client

As in last weeks posting, I wanted to have help verbiage centrally maintained (without developer innervation) but always displayed update in the end user document (the final end user). Easy enough to do with text or on the web, but Continue reading SNTT: a pseudo Computed for Display Rich Text Field in the Lotus Notes Client

A few Toronto Festivals in September: Junction Arts, Ukrainians, Poles and Movie Stars

The Junction Arts Festival is back on Sept 9 to 13, 2009 of its 17th occasion in Toronto’s west end on Dundas Street West between Keele Street and Quebec Avenue. The festival presents visual, musical, performance, new media and site-specific Continue reading A few Toronto Festivals in September: Junction Arts, Ukrainians, Poles and Movie Stars

Sacha Chua shares her Lotus Notes mail merge from a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet

Toronto’s Connector extraordinaire Sacha Chua developed this super-nifty Lotus Notes script which does a flexible mail merge from a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet to Lotus Notes, as documented and shared in Lotus Notes mail merge from a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. Keep Continue reading Sacha Chua shares her Lotus Notes mail merge from a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet

SNTT : using LotusScript to launch file attachements (EmbeddedObjects) in Lotus Notes

I wanted to launch a excel (xls) file which was stored in a Profile document, from a Notes Client (tested in r8.5 but I see no reason this will not work in versions going back to r5) (Making it available Continue reading SNTT : using LotusScript to launch file attachements (EmbeddedObjects) in Lotus Notes