Getting the same toolbars in Lotus Notes Client and Domino Administrator

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Lotus Notes 6.5.4
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Hi, in the Lotus Notes 6.5.4 client I have a Acrobat PDF toolbar that allow me to convert email or folder in PDF. I would also like to get this same toolbar in Domino Administrator. This way will allow me to convert email of users from Domino Administrator instead of having to open the user database through my lotus notes client.
ASKED: July 10, 2009  3:25 PM
UPDATED: July 14, 2009  2:14 PM

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The first question which comes to my mind is … How did you get this Acrobat Toolbar to your Lotus notes Client ????

I wonder if you can just try to do the same on your Lotus notes domino Administrator after closing the LN client . In other words, if you have installed it on the LN client try to close the client and install it on the LND administrator.

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  • Silversurfer77
    When installing Adobe Acrobat Pro 8.0 it automatically added the toolbar in the Lotus Notes client. The files added were: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/nd6forum.nsf/ReleaseAllThreadedweb/e9f3e5799d333eec852574ab0059281f?OpenDocument
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