Looking for the total count of emails in Lotus Notes

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Lotus Notes: I need the total no of mail which I received per day (mails are in different folder)? Guys please help me out!

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Yeah , you can .. For this you have to create a new View 

To Create View :
Create > View > Enter View name as  Today’s Mail (Name it as your wish) & @ Selection Condition Select by Formula & Enter code Below in to it :
SELECT @Date(DeliveredDate)=@Today& !@Contains(Form ; “Notice” : “Appointment”:”Group”:”Person”) And save the View .
Expand your View , you will be able to see the newly created View , Open it you will able to Today Emails ..

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  • Subhendu Sen
    There is simple trick.... In inbox, hit Ctrl+A & it selects all messages. On status bar at the bottom, it tells how many already selected.
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  • edwinjhoffer
    @Subhendu He said that the mails are in different folders then how can he select all mails by Ctrl+A?
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  • Stiletto
    You could create a new view, similar to All Documents (but not including sent msgs), and make the first column the date, and set it to sorted and categorized...
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  • edwinjhoffer
    You should also have to explain how to create a new view.

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  • Gabe9527

    Do you mean for you  or for everyone?

    Are you an administrator of the servers?

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  • Brijesh
    Hi,

    Check File > Application > Properties Go to the information tab - this has a document count on it.
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