Aside, I'm sure Microsoft will weigh in as doing something new & exciting so as to break this. We recently launched a new team database in Lotus Notes.Thousands of files were broken when they introduced Word 2010, and I've yet to see any substantial action to recover them. We're noticing some senders (specifically, other Lotus Notes team database IDs) email's are coming in flagged normal priority.I should mention that the servers are in different domains, but the monitoring server has valid connection documents to all of them.

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( Looks like they have some software options, I'll include the link below. Thank you all for responding to a previous question that I had, I greatly appreciate the help.

I do have another strange situation that I could use some assistance with.

I am able to show 5 rows in the view if there are 5 rows in the table. Try this: Add a column with your Item Description, just to the right of your Item Number column. Check the setting "show multiple values on separate rows". Try this on the simplest view, selecting only the docs you want to display, and with only this set of columns, first.

There are distinct limitations on this kind of view, so don't expect it to work with every other feature.

How can we create a summary report and get a signature from the client onto that document in the field? An extra piece of hardware is probably not what you want, but they (or someone else) might have a software 'signature pad' that could capture the signature image.

The image of the signature will be unique since no one signs *exactly* the same way each time.

By watching the JConsole on the monitoring server, I can see that the event generator checks and notices the failed connection, but it doesn't follow up by sending out the message like it should. If I forcibly restart the event monitor task on the monitoring server, it then sends out that alert about the failed connection...this could be hours from when the actual event actually happened.

It is as if the event generator and/or the event handler message is somehow getting stuck, and only when I restart the event monitor task, does it then release the message that it was supposed to send out when the event first happened.

specific to Microsoft Word 2016 and not Lotus Notes.

You didn't change Lotus Notes, you changed Microsoft Word, and that introduced the issue.

This unique value is used in conjunction with the values in the fields you want to secure to create an encrypted signature.