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Capture snooze event of Lotus Notes

Hi experts,
 Could somebody shed some light on this topic. Is it possible to capture the snooze event in Lotus notes. I want to perform a customized action everytime when snooze is clicked.

Thanks in advance
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What is the snooze event ?
ZvonkoSystems architectCommented:
Is snooze button some sort of Reminder button?
When an alarm goes you get a done and a snooze option in the messge box reminder ... Thats the Snooze option.  You can use Snooze for "X" minutes so that notes will remind you again with an alert after specified time...

You guys dont know snooze ??? Too Bad Bros...
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I suspect that's a NotesTimer (Sjef's favourite :-) ), and that you can design any 'snooze' event just how you like it.


No, you can't.  There is no event.  Even if you create something at the Windows level that looks for the dialog box, you have no way of knowing whether the user clicked SNOOZE or dismissed it.
ultimatewinnerAuthor Commented:
That is too bad. I never knew capturing snooze event is that difficult. Even I did an R and D on that but as such I couldnt find anything related to snooze event. Thanks qwaletee... Let me discuss this with my team and close this question.
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