Yes and no.
Standard/typical Notes links (e.g., doc links, view links, database links, etc.) will get stripped off and lost when e-mail messages get sent to Outlook/Exchange e-mail accounts; however, Notes “text links” can be used instead.
NOTE: Don’t get this confused with “web links”. Web links open Notes docs/views/databases in a web browser. Notes “text links” open Notes docs/views/databases in a Lotus Notes client.
Web link to a Notes view (will open the view in a web browser):
Notes text links:
Link to a DB (using the DB name):
Link to a DB (using a DB rep ID):
Link to a specific view:
Link to a specific document:
The bad news is that there is no easy way for typical end users to send each other Notes text links. The text link for any specific document can be found by opening the “document properties” for that document, going to the fifth tab (the “Meta” tab), and copy/pasting the value shown in the “Identifier” field.
Although, those doc text links include an unneeded “View UNID” which can be removed to shorten the overall link length.
The good news is that it is extremely easy to programmatically send Notes text links (i.e., in approval workflows – where you want to have the application send an e-mail message to the next approver with a text link – saying “click here to access this request and then please approve/decline the request”).