Re: Can't reply in Lotus Notes
The 'red X' is blocked ActiveX controls.
Domino Web access on a Vista machine - Add the web site to your trusted
zones (Tools>Internet Options - Security tab) which has default security
settings meeting the requirements of most secured sites. Ensure that you
also have Protected Mode turned on for the Trusted Zone.
"Bobcatt" <Bobcatt@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Unfortunately the problem is with IE7, not Domino Web access. On my XP
> Machine I have no problem with IE7, but on my new Vista machine and the
> newest IE7, I can neither download properly nor reply. Some of the other
> people in my office experienced the same problem this past week when
> an IE7 update.
> Not any good information on the Lotus Domino Web access site either, any
> help in getting rid of the Red X when replying would much appreciated
> Power User
> "Robert Aldwinckle" wrote:
>> "Nancy" <Nancy@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > We just purchased a new computer with Windows Vista Home Premium and
>> > can
>> > access our remote Lotus Notes just like we did in XP. However, we are
>> > now
>> > unable to respond, or forward to any email messages in Lotus Notes. We
>> > can
>> > view and read but when we say respond, we can enter a name but the
>> > window
>> > where you type in your message never allows you to enter anything, just
>> > the
>> > windows circle churning on and on.
>> > Our helpdesk has no clue. I suspect it is either a plug in we are
>> > missing
>> > or a permission we know nothing about. Our remote is a web based
>> > system, so
>> > it could also have something to do with Internet Explorer 7. Any
>> > suggestions?
>> I would try tracing both cases and compare the results.
>> E.g. you could trace the HTTP exchanges with Fiddler
>> and trace what IE does with it using ProcMon.
>> Also, I suspect you are likely to find more people aware of the problem
>> on a forum which specializes in Lotus Notes. E.g. there would you find
>> people who would understand both products and more importantly have
>> access to both products.
>> Hmm... you're calling the product "Lotus Notes" but that appears to be
>> an old name. Perhaps you need to switch to a newer version to achieve
>> full compatibility with IE7? E.g. here is a description of an update
>> Lotus Domino Web Access, which seems to be the new name for the server:
>> (Lotus Notes Support: search for IE7)
>> Good luck
>> Robert Aldwinckle