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Contacts Synchronization Utility for Lotus Notes / Domino

   

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Product Information
The Contacts Synchronization utility for IBM® Lotus Notes® synchronizes contacts located in your Lotus Notes personal address book with the contacts located in your Domino® server based mailfile.   When using the Lotus Notes client, contacts are maintained in your personal address book, however, when using a web browser or other web based product (such as iNotes) to access your Lotus Notes mailfile on a Domino server, any contacts you add are stored in the mailfile itself.   This utility ensures the synchronization of your contacts lists in both locations.

Features of this product include:
  • Synchronizes all your personal contacts and group information between your Lotus Notes client address book and iNotes / Domino Web Access contacts.
  • Supports additions, deletions and updates of contacts.
  • Categorization of contacts is maintained.
  • Rollback feature - rollback your contacts to a previous point in time. Great for data recovery.
  • Supports multiple users, multiple address books and multiple mailfiles.
  • Detection and merging of duplicate contacts into a single contact.
  • Automatic synchronization of contacts is available and can be enabled / disabled as required.
  • All synchronizations are logged providing a summary of the number of contacts processed (ie. contacts added, removed, updated, etc).

Full help documentation is available in the 'Help - Using' database document.  The help documentation includes installation, deployment and using the utility.  Release history has also been included.


Acknowledgements
IBM, Lotus Notes, Domino, and LotusScript are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.