Lotus Notes View “by Person”

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I have created a custom view in which emails are "grouped by" person, that is all the emails sent and received to/from a specific person are categorized under a twistie (little dark green arrow). What I am not able to do is to improve this custom view, putting some kind of logic in order to have, for each person and in case of unread emails, the name in bold and two brackets including the number of emails not read. Any clues? Thanks Testo

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You could try working with the GetAllUnreadEntries method in LotusScript.

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  • Testo
    Thanks Steve, seems to be the correct method. Not being a Lotus Notes expert, can you also suggest me how I can integrate it into the formula that I have in the design option for the "Who" column? SentBy := @If(Principal = ""; From; Principal); Attendees := @Trim(RequiredAttendees : OptionalAttendees); Who := @If(DeliveredDate != ""; SentBy; @Elements(Attendees) > 0; @Subset(Attendees; 1); SendTo = ""; SentBy; @Subset(SendTo; 1)); W := @Trim(@Name([CN]; Who)); CN:=@LowerCase(W); AllE := @Explode(W; " "); NbE := @Elements(@Explode(CN; " ")); E2 := @If( NbE>1; @Subset(@Subset(AllE; NbE-1); -1); ""); E3 := @If( NbE>2; @Subset(@Subset(AllE; NbE-2); -1); ""); E4 := @If( NbE>3; @Subset(@Subset(AllE; NbE-3); -1); ""); miE2 := @If(@Length(E2)=1; @True; @False); miE3 := @If(@Length(E3)=1; @True; @False); n2a := W; xLn := ""; xFn := ""; P := @If( NbE = 1; @If( @Like(Who; "%@%.%"); CN; @UpperCase(W) ); Who = @UpperCase(Who); Who; "" );
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