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Inotes Session Timeouts and go offline question

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Where in domino do you increase the session time for inotes sessions. I have remote users who complain that during lenghty e-mails they loose there message because of sessions ending. Also how do you use the go offline feature in Domino web access (inotes6.ntf)


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The session timeout is in the server doc, INTERNET PROTOCOLS tab, under DOMINO WEB ENGINE.
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