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Lotus Notes 5.0.7a and HTML

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I need to send a HTML to be able to be visualized in Lotus Notes, the problem is that in any other explorer the HTML is seen correctly, but in Lotus Notes is not seen correctly... know to me as it is the problem and that solution I can give him.

  Thank you very much
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by:HemanthaKumar
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What do you mean by "in Lotus Notes is not seen correctly"

One problem that I can think of would be that your location proxy settings.. If you connect to internet thru proxy.. set it up in location doc preferences.

If you can  give me more details then I can tell you what the problem could be.

~Hemanth
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by:HemanthaKumar
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Also the Mail preference in person doc should be set to RichText and use Mail R5 template which is designed to work with htmls.
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by:HemanthaKumar
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One more, the location doc's internet browser setting should be set to Microsoft Internet Explorer
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by:HemanthaKumar
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or notes with internet explorer
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by:Pichuleo
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Problem seems me is that use a HTML version that is not the one that uses "Lotus Notes 5.0.7a", can be this the cause of error?.Porque if I see I cosay HTML of body of the mail, is correct, and if I copy and paste that text in an explorer, also it is seen correctly.  Greetings
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Notes uses something similar to HTML but not pure HTML.. it is called oText format.. Not sure if there is enough documentation on it. So you might find html to be little off but not something unreadable.. R6 has widely enhanced on this html techniques
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by:Sjef Bosman
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Your original question is not clear to me. What do you mean:
a.  you use Notes as an internet browser, and you have problems
b.  you try to connect to a Notes/Domino server using Internet Explorer and you have problems

Maybe you are talking about different subjects in the above... Please explain again. Gracias!
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