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How do you change the default settings to make iNotes your default mail client.
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Edwin Hoffer earned 500 total points
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Dear hpfam,

If you want to change your default mail client to IBM Lotus Notes, then follow these steps:

1. Open IBM Notes;
2. Click on File in Menu;
3. In dropdown menu click on Preferences;
4. There you will see Internet option in left side panel;
5. Now under the Default e-mail program, check “Use IBM Notes as my default e-mail program” and “Check on startup that IBM Notes is my default e-mail program”;
6. Then click OK button to save it.

Refer the following image for help:
IBM Notes
Thanks

Edwin J Hopper
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