IBM Notes & Domino

IBM Lotus Notes and Domino Designer are legacy tools that were used by faculty and staff for e-mail, web publishing, and collaboration. In 2015, Microsoft Office 365 was implemented as a new e-mail system for faculty. Content of all active Lotus Notes mailboxes (e-mails, calendar entries and contacts) was migrated to Office 365 Exchange Online mailboxes that can be accessed using Outlook app. At this time, Lotus Notes and Domino Designer are only being used to access and maintain the following legacy applications:

  • Notes-based websites that have not yet been migrated to Drupal, such as older academic calendars
  • HR ARAC forms
  • Faculty Recruitment PCEE forms

Requesting Assistance

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To request assistance with Lotus Notes & Domino issues listed below, please click on the Open Ticket button on the right. This will bring up a form that you will need to fill-out and submit to open a support ticket with the I.T. Service Desk. You will receive a confirmation e-mail with the ticket reference number and additional instructions.

  • Report an issue
  • Request access to ARAC forms
  • Request access to Faculty Recruitment forms (PCEE)
  • Request a reset of Lotus Notes password
  • Request assistance with installation or removal of Lotus Notes or Domino Designer software
 
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Details

Service ID: 9885
Created
Thu 7/30/15 11:52 AM
Modified
Wed 10/26/22 10:23 AM