Q. I am an officer, and I will be moving to an appointment outside of this division shortly. How does the move to Outlook affect me?
A: You can keep Outlook in your new appointment.
Q. I’ll be out of the office on Outlook Go-Live day. How do I handle this dilemma?
A: Your data will be transferred, and you just need to install the client when you come back to the office. If you have problems with Outlook, please contact IT.
Q. Do we need to leave our computers turned ON the night before Go-Live?
A: You don't have to leave your computer on, everything is happening in the server side. When you come back to the office, make sure to install the Outlook client so you can start reading your emails.
Q. Will I continue to clock in/out using Lotus Notes? If so, for how long?
A: if your location uses LN clock, then yes you will need to continue using LN to clock in.
Q. Will I be able to use my phone to read emails?
A: There is an Outlook client for iPhones, Android phones and Windows phones. You have the option to use the local client too. Here are some instructions:
Q. Will the Lotus Notes databases be transferred too?
A: At this moment only your mail file is being transferred. You can still use Lotus Notes to access your databases.
Q. Would I still be able to use iNotes to read my emails online?
A: You will use OWA (Outlook Web App) which is similar to iNotes. Here are the instructions for OWA:
Q. What is your advice on dealing with the Notes calendar entries in combination with new Outlook calendar entries?
A: Calendar entries are not converted. You can start re-creating your entries in Outlook calendar, and you can still use Lotus Notes calendar to see your old entries.
Q. My Calendar entries from Notes didn’t sync to Outlook. When will that happen?
A: Calendar entries were not converted. You can still access your Lotus Notes to see your old entries.