How do I Install the client on a Windows Mobile device?
The IBM® Lotus Notes® Traveler client provides a simple, easy-to-use interface with a minimal number of additional configuration settings required.
How do I uninstall the client on a Windows Mobile device?
Use these instructions to uninstall the IBM Lotus Notes Traveler client from your Windows® Mobile device.
How do I configure Lotus Notes Traveler on a Windows Mobile device?
The Lotus Notes Traveler client requires minimal configuration before it can sync with the Lotus Notes Traveler server. Device configurations and settings can be set and updated either automatically by the Lotus® Domino® Administrator with policy settings, or manually on the device by the user.
Customizing your Windows Mobile device
The Lotus Notes Traveler client requires minimal configuration before it can sync with the Lotus Notes Traveler server. Device configurations and settings can be set and updated either automatically by the Lotus Domino Administrator with policy settings, or manually on the device by the user.
Viewing status and connection information about a Windows Mobile device
Managing contacts on a Windows Mobile device
IBM Lotus Notes Traveler helps you organize your business and personal contacts. Use contact entries to store information such as name, address, phone number, and email.
Managing your mail on Windows Mobile devices
You can use IBM Lotus Notes Traveler to communicate with co-workers, friends, and family electronically. You can create, send, reply, and forward email. You can send attachments, such as files and pictures, and organize messages in folders. You can save information about people in your contact list.
Processing encrypted mail on a Windows Mobile device
Reading and sending IBM Lotus Domino encrypted and signed mail messages can be performed from a Windows Mobile device. IBM Lotus Notes Traveler implements an encryption and decryption strategy that requires server-side access to the user Notes® ID file. The ID file contains the private and public keys necessary to digitally sign, encrypt, and decrypt mail messages.
Managing your notebook and to-do list on a Windows Mobile device
Use the to-do list to organize and schedule business and personal items. The to-do application on the device does not support creating or responding to Domino group to-do items created using a Lotus Notes client.
Managing the calendar on your Windows Mobile device
Use the calendar to schedule and manage meetings, appointments, all day events, anniversaries, reminders, and event announcements.