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Posted on 2007-11-14
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Hi Experts

Version 7.
How can I change my Snooze and notification options from Minutes to what I want.
Some times I want days, some times minutes, sometimes an hours.

Cheers

Dave
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There is no way to do that in Lotus Notes. If you want it to snooze for hours, you have to enter 60, 120, 180, etc. minutes accordingly. If you put cursor on minutes field, you could press UpArrow for speedy increase of the counter.
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I agree. Snooze is meant for short periods of time.

I would also like that option, but it is not available in R7. Have not checked R8 yet.

I hope this helps !
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