Lotus Traveler and iPhone agenda mark private

One of my manager dislikes the switch from blackberry to iphone because he couldn’t set his calendar entries as private.

Of course you should care about the issues of you VIP.

To manage this, I have done the following :

1. Add a view to his database which display the caldendar entries with a “#” in the subject.

2. Create an agent in a second database which monitor a list of mail databases every 5 minutes.

3. The agent process all the entries in the view and remove then from the view. Each document is mark as private…

The VIP has only to put a “#” in the description of the caldendar entry.

Simple but not perfect, there is a window of 5 minutes in which the document is not private… I haven’t found a better handler to manage it…

I could give you the database if you are interested.



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5 Responses to Lotus Traveler and iPhone agenda mark private

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  5. Peter Groh says:

    Hi Pierre … another solution would be to trigger your agent to run after every new document created or modified !
    Ok this is producing more traffic and utilization at server cpu .. but it should work to reduce your 5 minute gap !

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