Lotus Notes Training Courses

Lotus Notes Training Courses

Lotus Notes Training is available for all versions of the software. These Lotus Notes training courses can be customised to meet your exact training needs. Modules can be added or removed and the focus of the course targeted to ensure you get the course that will most benefit you.

Lotus Notes (now IBM Notes) and Domino are the client and server respectively of a team oriented client-server software solution from IBM.

Lotus Notes provides business collaboration functions with applications such as email, calendars, contacts management, to-do lists, shared team rooms, discussion forums, file sharing, instant messaging, blogs, and user lists. Lotus Notes can also be used with other Domino applications and databases.

Lotus Notes is a desktop workflow application, commonly used a in corporate environment for email but additionally to access databases such as document libraries and other custom database or workflow applications.

Lotus Notes 8.5 Mail and Calendars – 1 day

This one day course is for a new user of Notes 8.5 and assumes no previous experience with Notes or any other email application. The topics covered are the essential skills you need to create, send, and respond to email in Notes, maintain a list of contacts, as well as schedule appointments and meetings. The skills covered enable you to create, send, and reply to email in Notes, to manage a list of contacts, to organise appointments and meetings, and to work with an instant messaging system.

Lotus Notes 8.5 Databases – 1 day

You will use the functions of a Notes database, retrieve, create, delete and edit documents. You will work with the security management features. This course is designed for computer oriented people who will use Notes 8.5 databases to share information stored in one central location, they may not necessarily use Notes as their email package.

Lotus Notes 8 Mail and Calendars – 1 day

Lotus Notes 8 Databases – 1 day

Lotus Notes Training Links

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