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1 Google Desktop for Enterprise
2 Copyright (C) 2007 Google Inc.
3 All Rights Reserved
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6 Contents
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8 This distribution contains the following files:
10 GoogleDesktopSetup.msi - Installation and setup program
11 GoogleDesktop.adm - Group Policy administrative template file
12 AdminGuide.pdf - Google Desktop for Enterprise administrative guide
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16 Documentation
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18 Full documentation and installation instructions are in the
19 administrative guide, and also online at
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24 IBM Lotus Notes Plug-In
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26 The Lotus Notes plug-in is included in the release of Google
27 Desktop for Enterprise. The IBM Lotus Notes Plug-in for Google
28 Desktop indexes mail, calendar, task, contact and journal
29 documents from Notes. Discussion documents including those from
30 the discussion and team room templates can also be indexed by
31 selecting an option from the preferences. Once indexed, this data
32 will be returned in Google Desktop searches. The corresponding
33 document can be opened in Lotus Notes from the Google Desktop
34 results page.
36 Install: The plug-in will install automatically during the Google
37 Desktop setup process if Lotus Notes is already installed. Lotus
38 Notes must not be running in order for the install to occur. The
39 Class ID for this plug-in is {8F42BDFB-33E8-427B-AFDC-A04E046D3F07}.
41 Preferences: Preferences and selection of databases to index are
42 set in the 'Google Desktop for Notes' dialog reached through the
43 'Actions' menu.
45 Reindexing: Selecting 'Reindex all databases' will index all the
46 documents in each database again.
49 Notes Plug-in Known Issues
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52 If the 'Google Desktop for Notes' item is not available from the
53 Lotus Notes Actions menu, then installation was not successful.
54 Installation consists of writing one file, notesgdsplugin.dll, to
55 the Notes application directory and a setting to the notes.ini
56 configuration file. The most likely cause of an unsuccessful
57 installation is that the installer was not able to locate the
58 notes.ini file. Installation will complete if the user closes Notes
59 and manually adds the following setting to this file on a new line:
60 AddinMenus=notesgdsplugin.dll
62 If the notesgdsplugin.dll file is not in the application directory
63 (e.g., C:\Program Files\Lotus\Notes) after Google Desktop
64 installation, it is likely that Notes was not installed correctly.
66 Only local databases can be indexed. If they can be determined,
67 the user's local mail file and address book will be included in the
68 list automatically. Mail archives and other databases must be
69 added with the 'Add' button.
71 Some users may experience performance issues during the initial
72 indexing of a database. The 'Perform the initial index of a
73 database only when I'm idle' option will limit the indexing process
74 to times when the user is not using the machine. If this does not
75 alleviate the problem or the user would like to continually index
76 but just do so more slowly or quickly, the GoogleWaitTime notes.ini
77 value can be set. Increasing the GoogleWaitTime value will slow
78 down the indexing process, and lowering the value will speed it up.
79 A value of zero causes the fastest possible indexing. Removing the
80 ini parameter altogether returns it to the default (20).
82 Crashes have been known to occur with certain types of history
83 bookmarks. If the Notes client seems to crash randomly, try
84 disabling the 'Index note history' option. If it crashes before,
85 you can get to the preferences, add the following line to your
86 notes.ini file:
87 GDSNoIndexHistory=1
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