|Welcome Page Setup|
|Default Welcome Page||Click View/Modify to set Welcome Page settings.
Default Page: Lets users customize the Welcome Page.
Selected Web Page: Forces users to use a specific Web page as the Welcome page. Enter the URL and title.
Custom Layout: Choose from six custom layouts to specify new mail, calendar schedule, Web links, and other options to appear in a layout.
|Allow user to edit the Welcome page||Enable (default) to allow users to create custom Welcome pages and override any settings on the server.
Disable to prevent users from changing the administrator-prescribed Welcome page.
|Alarms||Enable (default) to allow users to set alarms for appointments, meetings, events, and task deadlines.
Disable to prevent users from setting alarms that may slow server performance.
|Minimum alarm polling time||Enter a number to specify how often, in minutes, the Domino Web Access client checks the server for alarms. Default is 5 minutes. Increase this number to improve server performance.|
|Minimum mail polling time||Enter a number to specify how often, in minutes, the Domino Web Access client checks the server for new mail. Default is 5 minutes. Increase this number to improve server performance.|
|When sending mail, set format to:||Choose Plain text, or Let user decide. This setting allows you to restrict outgoing mail to plain text only. Plain text messages can be read by most legacy mail applications. Allowing the user to decide lets the user pick the format for every outgoing mail message. |
|Name resolution and validation||Enable to allow alternate name lookups, similar to "type-ahead" in Notes. Lets user resolve ambiguous names and use alternate names by checking names against a contact list or Domino Directory.
Note This must be enabled for the Domino Web Access secure mail feature.
|Maximum attachment size (kb)||Set the maximum size in kilobytes for attachments. Default is 50,000K (50 MB).
Note The HTTP Protocol Limits in the Server document and the Maximum POST Data in the Server document or Web Site document, must both be set to a value higher than field.
|Mail Encryption |
|Encrypted mail support||Enable (default) to allow users to use a stored Notes ID to read encrypted mail. The user's ID must be stored in the mail database.|
|Allow user to delete their Notes ID from their mail database||Enable to allow users to delete their Notes ID from their mail database.|
|Allow user to export their Notes ID||Enable to allow users to export and save their ID in a separate file.|
|Require SSL when reading encrypted mail||Select one to set SSL requirement:
- No -- (default) To treat encrypted mail the same as unencrypted mail
- Client -- To require the browser client to use SSL, but not the server.
- Both -- To require both the browser client and the server to use SSL.
Note Some reverse-proxy servers do not properly fixup 302 redirects. If so, enabling this option may help. Do not enable this option unless necessary.
|Add disclaimer notice to mail memo ||Select one:
- Disabled -- No disclaimer text will display
- At the top -- To display disclaimer text at the top of Domino Web Access mail messages
- At the bottom -- (default) To display disclaimer text at the bottom of Domino Web Access mail messages
|Disclaimer text or HTML||Type the disclaimer text you want to display (in HTML format) on all Domino Web Access mail messages.|
|Encrypt offline mail files||Enable to allow users to encrypt their offline mail files for security. If you enable encryption, complete the next two fields to set the encryption level. |
|Offline encryption level||Choose one:
- Simple -- provides protection against casual snooping.
- Medium -- provides the right balance among security, strength, and fast database access. Probably the right choice for most users.
- Strong -- when security requirements are paramount, and the resulting database access performance is acceptable.
|Allow user to choose an encryption level||This setting, when enabled, overrides the administrator-specified encryption level and allows users to choose their own encryption level. |
|Allow user to go offline||When selected, this option enables the "Go Offline" feature in the Domino Web Access client. Disable this option to prevent users from using Domino Web Access offline, disconnected from the network.|
|Only sync documents modified in the last x days. ||Enter the number of days to wait before synchronizing offline databases (default is 90). Users can reset this for each offline subscription file using the Domino Sync Manager.|
|Alternate name support ||Enable (default) to allow Domino Web Access users to display alternate names in a native language.
Disable to prevent Domino Web Access from displaying alternate user names in a native language. When disabled, users see alternate names in English only.
|Preferred alternate name language||This setting overrides the preferred language for an alternate name in user Preferences.
Pick from a list to select the default alternate name language. Default is English.
|Allow user to choose alternate name display||Lets users choose the preferred language for an alternate name.
Disable (default) to prevent users from controlling alternate name support.
|Start Up View|
|Allow user to select default active view||Enable (default) to allow users to |
|When opening Domino Web Access, open to:||Select the view that displays when the user logs on to Domino Web Access.|
|Full-text indexing||Enable (default) to allow users to create a full-text index of their mail, calendar, and task entries on the server.
Disable to prevent creation of full-text indexes to save disk space on the server and improve performance.
|Archiving on server||Enable (default) to allow users to create archives of their mail files on the server.
Disable to prevent creation of mail archives to save disk space on the server.
|Modification of Internet password||Disable to prevent users from changing their Internet password. |
|Calendar printing||Enable (default) to allow users to print various calendar formats, including DayRunner, Franklin Planner, and Trifold. Calendar printing uses the PDF format from Adobe Acrobat.
Disable to prevent users from printing Calendar formats using PDF.
|Domino Web Access ActiveX file attachment utility ||Enable (default) to allow users to use the custom file upload utility to drag-and-drop file attachments, select files easily, and have multiple file views.
Disable to allow users to use the standard browser file upload utility.
|Compress HTTP response data ||Enable (default) to turn on gzip compression.
Disable if the browser used does not support gzip compression.