I'm going to chime in here. I agree with Rob about getting them on the
Standard Notes client and make sure their mail file template is up to
date. I think you'll be very surprised at how much the users will embrace
the full blown Notes client.
Thanks,
Kim
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On Apr 18, 2012, at 8:22 AM, rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Hate to keep hammering on the same nail, but I'd try them on the latest
> Standard client and see if they prefer that. Other than that, I've not
> really played with DAMO.
>
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> From: GKern@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> To: domino400@xxxxxxxxxxxx,
> Date: 04/18/2012 09:08 AM
> Subject: DAMO client says certificate is expired but notes client
> says it's fine
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> I have a handful of users who insist on using DAMO (which IMO is better
> than us going all out to exchange).
>
> I have one user who, at outlook start up, gets a notification that their
> id file is expired, but when they open the notes client there are no
> errors.
>
> The admin client tells me the user's certificate expiration is
6/13/2012.
>
> I've never encountered this before.
>
> Anyone with any ideas of how to resolve this?
>
> Thanks, Jerry
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