What is the purpose of Bookmark.nsf

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Hi Can some one tell me about Bookmark.nsf.what is it actual work in Lotus notes??

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Bookmark.nsf is the file that keep tracks of Lotus Note user’s Databases that is bookmarked on the sidebar as shown in the picture:

<img src=”http://www.alanlepofsky.net/alepofsky/alanblog.nsf/dx/startup/content/M2?OpenElement” alt=”Lotus Note Bookmark” />

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  • Gabe9527
    It is also where views are stored for faster opening next time you go into a database. This controls the users HOME Page and can be used to create personal homepages as well. About database below Bookmarks allow you to create links to information or the places that are important to you. You can create a bookmark, just like you would in a browser, but the bookmark can point to both Notes and Internet elements, including databases, views, documents, Web pages, and news groups. Creating a bookmark is as easy as dragging and dropping a doclink, for example, over to the Bookmark Bar. The Bookmarks database (bookmark.nsf) contains all your bookmarks. This database stores bookmarks regardless of the product you're using when you create them: Notes, Domino Designer, or Domino Administrator. For complete information on bookmarks, read "Bookmarks: creating links to anything" in Notes 6 Help.
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