This document assumes that the user already has a local replica of their mail file on their laptop.
Your Location Document Settings
You only need one location document and once you have the Office Location settings described below you never need to change your location.
Go File - Preferences - Locations - Office - Edit
Local Area Network
Internet mail address:
Enter your internet email address, do not leave this blank
Mail file location:
You may need to look under your c:\.....\notes\data directory to find the file name. The file name is typically your first initial and first seven letters of your last name.nsf. You need to include the path after notes\data. So if your mail file is in c:...\notes\data\mail\lsarkady.nsf you would enter mail\lsarkady.nsf in this field)
Domino mail domain:
This value should be populated, do not change
Internet domain for Notes addresses when connecting directly to the internet:
Enter the domain name of your internet mail address for example my internet email is firstname.lastname@example.org., so I would enter us.ibm.com in this field. DO NOT LEAVE THIS BLANK. if you do, people outside your organization may receive delivery failures if they select Reply to All on emails in which you were copied. And people outside your organization will not be able to accept/reject calendar invitations sent by you.
Activate recipient type-ahead:
On Each Character
Recipient name lookup:
Stop after first match
Server then Local
Send outgoing mail:
through the Domino server
Format for messages addressed to internet addresses:
Transfer outgoing mail if:
Select Replication is enabled for this location
Replicate when Notes starts:
Select Replicate when Notes starts and Don't Prompt
Select Replication Interval
Replicate daily between:
06:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Days of week:
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
Replicate when Notes ends:
De-select Prompt to replicate when Notes shuts down
High Priority replication:
don't change the current values
Now make sure that your client is on the Office Location. In the lower right hand corner of your screen it should say Office. If it does not, then click on the up arrow and select Office.
Next select File - Preferences - Mail - Sending and Receiving
Select "Check for new mail every 2 minutes"
Select "Refresh inbox automatically"