How can I access Lotus Notes webmail from my Moment? Please help!Support


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  1. cs89

    cs89 Member This Topic's Starter

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    I'm wondering if there is a way for me to access Domino Web (work email through the internet) from my Samsung Moment. I have no problem accessing my work email from any regular computer, but when I try to access it with my phone a message comes back saying the server is not available (ie. it won't let me in from my mobile phone). I don't know if this is a firewall security thing with Lotus Notes/Server administration or if my phone's browser can't handle it. Is there a certain android browser I should be using or is there an app that I can download that will allow me to access my webmail? When a mobile device tries to access a site, does the site know it's a mobile device? Is there any way around this?

    The way I access work email through the internet is by going to a specific web site and logging into the site. From there I can see my email. I can't do this with my phone.

    Any thoughts?
     

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  2. dbpaddler

    dbpaddler Well-Known Member

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    Have you looked at MyLink?

    It does pretty much everything...
    [​IMG] open/ read emails
    [​IMG] compose new emails
    [​IMG] view your calendar
    [​IMG] create appointments
    [​IMG] access/ edit contacts
    [​IMG] make calls from your contact list
    [​IMG] read/edit your tasks
    [​IMG] read/edit your notes
     
  3. Jim W

    Jim W Well-Known Member

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    My first thought would be check with your Lotus admin team, they can tell you whether it's allowed and should be able to tell you exactly how to do it.
     
  4. cs89

    cs89 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks dbpaddler and Jim W. I have looked at this, but it's a server based deal. I work for a large company and getting something like this done would be challenging.

    While push mail and syncing would be nice, all I'm wanting to do is login to see my webmail.

    I'm guessing our internet browsers send some type of information to the server sayiing it's a mobile device trying to access and at the server level it's saying this is not allowed. Is there any way around this?
     
  5. dbpaddler

    dbpaddler Well-Known Member

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    I think in the grand scheme, similar to exchange, your IT people have to allow it. Everything that tends to be corporate server based has to deal with their security protocols from remote access down to how complex your password has to be.
     

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