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Created by Guest
Created on Jul 25, 2018

Make ICAA independent from Domino Mail

Customer may use ICAA for Notes apps and another system for mail. Selecting the ICAA mail icon (envelope) always tries to open a URL on a Domino server, which does not exist and hence a misleading error is presented to the end-user (Domino mail services are not configured, indeed, think about Utility server licensing).

This request is for an option to configure the mail icon in ICAA for a third party mail client (and the IMSMO client). Preferred option would be to utilize the Windows registry, so that the OS default mail client would be launched.

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  • Guest
    Oct 26, 2018

     Apologize my late response, I missed monitor the thread.

    Both settings are working, just tested with ICAA 2.0. I will evaluate both settings in a customer environment and I hope to convince them with this approach.

    IMSMO is out of scope for now, I will hardly find the time for further investigation.


    Many Thanks!

  • Guest
    Aug 10, 2018

    does this work for you? add below in icaa notes.ini

    if domino mail is not enabled, you can disable the mail toolbar icon/File-Open-mail menu using


    unfortunately still appears on home page. But you could modify this in bookmark.ntf to open the right mail url. ICAA is integrated with IMSMO, so if IMSMO is installed, it should open Outlook for mail.