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Lotus Notes Replication and Sync issue

Lotus Notes Replication and Sync issue

Lotus Notes Replication and Sync issue

Hi Folks,

I was wondering if any one has come across the following and can offer any advise , I have various mobile users who use Citrix VDI in A Box with a image on which Lotus Notes is installed, they would now like to have a local copy of their Lotus Notes Mail File for working off-line and when they do not have a internet connection(which is not a problem), what they would like is that when they connect to Citrix, their local copy (PC Client)of notes is replicated and synced without having to start the local (PC Client)application.

Thanks in advance.


RE: Lotus Notes Replication and Sync issue

Replication is a function of the client.

If you do not start the client, you will have no replication.

Copying via OS or another way is not replication - any local data will be overwritten with the server data.

So, unfortunately, there is no way to reliably replicate without the local client.


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RE: Lotus Notes Replication and Sync issue

Hi Pascal,

Many thanks for you reply, I found a solution.


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