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Mon 5 Jan 2015, 12:39 PM
CoexLinks Fidelity 3.70 available with support for mobile devices, iNotes and outbound rendering. Try an evaluation license today. What do you have to lose? What are you losing now?
 
 
A business scenario to imagine
Imagine you have sent an email to an employee, Ramona, with a few remaining action items for her to finish. You don't worry about how it will show up, because you are both in the same Notes network, with the same Domino mail server, even. What could go wrong? (See very last image if you want to see exactly what you sent.)
 
What could go wrong #1
If Ramona reads your email on her smart phone using Notes Traveler 9.0.1 (the latest and greatest), she might see what is on the left (if you have standard Notes Traveler) or what is on the right (if you have CoexLinks Fidelity on your Domino server):
 

 
 
 
 
What could go wrong #2
If Ramona reads your email from a browser using iNotes to access her mail, she might see what is on the left (if you have standard iNotes) or what is on the right (if you have CoexLinks Fidelity on your Domino server):
 


 
 
What could go wrong #3
If Ramona happens to be on the new pilot project Office 365, she might see what is on the left (if you have standard Domino) or what is on the right (if you have CoexLinks Fidelity on your Domino server):
 

 
 
 
What could go right #1
Of course, you might get lucky and Ramona might read the email from her Notes client. In that case, CoexLinks Fidelity won't be necessary (though it won't hurt either).


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