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Creator email in a form

I would like to be able to add the creator's email address in the Lotus Notes form. How can I do this?
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coronoahcoro
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doninjaCommented:
In a new field on form just make it text type with computed on compose selected and set default value to be @username

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Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
Which email address? And why, if you mean the Internet mail address, because it may change over time, so storing it in a document (I assume you want to have its value in a document) doesn't make too much sense.
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coronoahcoroAuthor Commented:
The internet email address (first.last@company.com). No I do not necessarily want to store it in a document but want it to show up in the form, so customers can email back to the creator of the document.
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umeliCommented:
Hi
If the creator is in the notes directory, you could use something like
@namelookup([Exhaustive];@username;"internetaddress) in computed when composed field or
use a the query save event to do the lookup and store the fieldvalue.
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coronoahcoroAuthor Commented:
@umeli
I tried your code above but got 3 email addresses as a result. They are all mine but that is not desireable. Is there a way to specify the command that it looks only to one names.nsf? I do not see that option when I check this command on the help file
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