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Recalling a Message from IBM Notes Client or IBM iNotes

Previewing a Message from IBM iNotes or IBM Notes Traveler

Recalling a Message from IBM Notes Client or IBM iNotes

You can recall an archived message from a Notes client or iNotes by double-clicking on the archived message stub.

  1. From the Notes client or iNotes mailbox, locate the stub of the archived message that you want to recall. You can find the stub located in the same folder from where the message was archived.
  2. Double-click the stub of the archived message.

    The archived message is restored to the location from where it was archived, and is displayed in the Notes client or iNotes.

Notes:

  • You can preview the archived messages in a Notes client or iNotes using the Quick Look button. For more information, see Configuring Retention Rules for Stubs.
  • In a clustered environment, if you replicate a stub to another Domino server, the recall can be triggered from the other Domino server. If required, the stub can be replicated back to the original server.
  • If you have manually copied a stub from the original Domino server to another server, you can recall that stub from the other server.

Previewing a Message from IBM iNotes or IBM Notes Traveler

If you selected the Add recall link to stub body check box when you specified the rules to archive messages, and if you added the enableiNotesPreview additional setting, then you can preview an archived message from IBM iNotes or IBM Notes Traveler. For more information about specifying the rules to archive messages, see Configuring Retention Rules for Stubs.

  1. Open your mailbox using IBM iNotes or IBM Notes Traveler.
  2. Locate the stub of the archived message that you want to preview.

    The stub is in the folder that the archived message was in when the message was stubbed.

  3. To preview the archived message in the web browser, click the hyperlink.
  4. Optional: To download an archived message, open the archived message in the web browser. Next to Download, click the Message link, and then open or save the message.

Last modified: 3/1/2018 8:05:30 PM