Since the start of 2012, we've spent a lot of time adding functions to our FT Search Manager product, specifically for Mail & Archive searching. The results are much, much easier to use, and it's by far the easiest way to find mail you're looking for, no matter it's location.
For example, you can start searching from a Toolbar icon (e.g. anywhere in the Notes Client);
or perhaps an Action in your mail file;
then search using whatever fields & options the Administrator has enabled;
(note the interface is translatable, e.g. 'Zoeken').
You then get an easily understood precis of the result set (in Notes), sorted as required, allowing you to quickly find your target document.
If you still can't find what you're looking for, you can change the criteria and re-search, start a new search, or just re-sort the existing results (here the 'Date' column has been re-sorted ascending).
You'll be surprised by how much time you save looking for documents, compared to a 'normal' search. And being a Notes Database, it also works locally.
If you're interested in other types of search, you can also search File Systems, iNotes, Quickr, and any custom Notes apps, via Notes Clients, Browsers, iPads, iPhones, Web Services, Portals and Discovery/Compliance Searching.
New video - iNotes Mobile Searching
Sun, Feb 9th 2014 11:10p IONET Software To better demonstrate our iNotes Mobile search product (shown below), we've added a YouTube video to the product page here http://www.ionetsoftware.com/inotes. The function of this tool is to expose ALL Notes Mail & Archives to the iNotes Mobile Client, thereby enhancing Mobile Mail capabilities for either iNotes or Traveler Clients. To see this in action, please visit the link above. 1. iNotes Mobile Home, with new Search icon 2. iNotes Mobile Sea [read] Keywords: inotes
New Feature - iNotes Mobile Searching
Thu, Jan 16th 2014 9:12p IONET Software The Problem In the standard iNotes environment, Mobile Clients (e.g. using a Smartphone) have no search capability at all, and Full Clients (using a Browser) can only search the mail file that's currently in use. Therefore to find and use an existing email with the Mobile Client, you have to start at the latest email, and scroll backwards until you find it. To find an email in an archive database, you have to open that archive individually, and then start scrolling backwards through the pages. [read] Keywords: inotes
New features in the FT Search Manager
Thu, Dec 5th 2013 6:13p IONET Software Over the past month we've added some new features to the FT Search Manager. These are; 1. Attachment Name searching. Which allows you to search attachment names within documents, not possible with standard Notes searching. For example, you can search on strings like "Budget 2014", wildcards like '*.xls', or multiple operators like 'xls OR pdf'. You can also combine those queries with normal queries, e.g. to find all PDFs sent to acme.com in the last 3 months. This functionality also appl [read] Keywords: acl
Improving user efficiency in a Notes environment
Wed, Aug 28th 2013 11:14p IONET Software Earlier this month, we ran a survey with our FT Search Manager users. We asked them how much time, per employee per week, they thought the FT Search Manager was saving them. The average answer was 1 hour 23 minutes per person, per week. That equates to a saving of 8.3 days per person, per year, as described by the users themselves. Note that we restricted the survey results to 'general' searching only, e.g. Mail/Archive & Application searching, because companies using the FT Search Mana [read] Keywords: notes
Searching Within Results in the Notes Client
Wed, Aug 21st 2013 6:13a IONET Software The latest version of the FT Search Manager allows you to 'Search Within Results' in the Notes Client. This means that when searching your Mail & Archives, Applications, or performing Discovery/Compliance searching, you can search within the result set multiple times, and also back out each step (e.g. to change a search term, correct a typo etc). Refining a search in this way makes it a lot easier to find target information. For example, a search of Mail & Archives for 'IBM', in [read] Keywords: ibm
'Discovery-style' searching for Notes users
Mon, Apr 15th 2013 9:21p IONET Software During the upgrade to R9, we extended our File Indexer to automatically index the content of ZIP files (the File Indexer is an extension to the FT Search Manager, and allows you to index & search doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt, pptx, odt, odp, ods, pdf, vsd, wpd, txt, htm and html files on your local PC or server-based File Systems. More information can be found here). In addition, the FT Search Manager itself now allows you to select and copy File System results to another location, or attach [read] Keywords: notes
R9 support for all IONET products
Mon, Apr 8th 2013 11:13p IONET Software We're pleased to announce that all IONET products now support Notes/Domino R9 Social Edition. The main updates are; Change Manager (http://www.ionetsoftware.com/change) Support for all new R9 Directory fields & functions. Notes Client Browser (via User Reporting) Demo video here. FT Search Manager (http://www.ionetsoftware.com/search) New optional CSS-based UI for the iNotes Social Edition (note new search bar). Demo video here. Archiver for Notes (http://www.ionetsoftw [read] Keywords: domino
FT Search Manager v5 - Full Notes Mail Integration
Mon, Nov 26th 2012 12:10p IONET Software We're pleased to announce the availability of FT Search Manager v5, allowing full Notes Mail integration, as shown below. This integration can be implemented into the R853 Standard Client (Mail Files or Templates) via a single click, and provides yet another search method for Notes Clients, in addition to our existing Search Scope, Widget, Actions & Toolbar Icon search methods. Minimised Maximised The UI is fully translatable (via documents, the Search button here is shown in German), and [read] Keywords: notes