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Christine Hendrickson

Welcome to the community, Matt!

I'm afraid I'm not very familiar with the newer versions of Lotus, it's been many many years since I've used their products.

Are you able to provide an actual URL for the file? If so, you should be able to link to the document. If not, it might be best to place the document on a server, where the user can visit the URL to view/download the document.

Hopefully some community members with some Lotus experience can hop in here and provide some additional suggestions as well :)

Thanks!

Mike Taylor

Hi Matt! It's been awhile since I've done this too but in the past I've been able to link to Lotus Notes content two different ways.

1. Sometimes notes databases have an equivalent web version and a "regular" http:// link for them. You might need to ask your Notes people if that exists and what the actual link is. I always preferred this method when it was possible.

2. When option #1 wasn't possible I was able to use html links that start with notes:// to link people to Lotus Notes databases

This article has some details about how to figure out what the link should be. It's an older version but I *THINK* it might still work.