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Old 06-26-2006, 02:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My company uses Lotus Notes and my Blackberry is synch wirelessly through the BES. When activating my Out of the Office Agent, must I do it on both the Blackberry and my Lotus Notes application? Or on one of them will suffice?
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No, it is not necessary to use both out of office agents. I would recommend that you only use the one in Lotus Notes. Otherwise, you will be sending two out of office notifications for each messages. Once from Lotus Notes, and once from the BlackBerry.
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Ditto: what Doug said (we use Notes/Domino as well)
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