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How do I enable a "Before New Mail Agent" programatically using Lotus Script??

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I've declared the agent properly, and in my program, i wrote;

agent.isenabled = True
Call agent.save()

When I check the agent after running my program, the agent still remains disabled.

Can someone shed some light on the matter?  Thanks!
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by:zvonko
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Ok,

let your agent run, and then press F9 :)

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Easy money huh ?
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by:HemanthaKumar
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Is this run from a background agent ?

If so did you check the log !

REF: http://www-1.ibm.com/support/manager.wss?rs=463&rt=0&org=sims&doc=76E431E340FF857586256826000509B2

~Hemanth
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by:HemanthaKumar
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Din't notice "Before New Mail", which is a background agent, so check your log for details.
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by:cezarF
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tnx, I'll give it a try...
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by:cezarF
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sorry, but it only works if the agent's schedule is once a day/month etc. not before new mail arrives. I've read that it will work in R5.0.9.

regards
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So do you have that version ?
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nope. i'm still using 5.0.4. :)
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Then try it on new one
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i cannot just install a new version.  my company is in control of whatever i have in my pc.  tnx anyway :)
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Hello cezarF,

please post in CommunitySupport topic area a zero points question with a link to this question asking for your points reward.
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cezarF,
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