Technology/Service Desk @ Your Fingertips
iNotes, PDA's and Blackberry's
Lotus Notes email and calendar users have a number of options for getting their email when they are away from their desks.
Lotus Notes mail is available from any web browser. Here are the instructions:
1. Type in http://medius.wustl.edu into any web browser
2. Type in your user name (this is the name portion of your email address)
3. Type in your web mail password. If you do not know your password please call your Departmental Help Desk/Service Desk.
***Note, if you are using Windows XP SP2 you may need to adjust your internet settings in order to install the applet needed to run iNotes***
Internet Settings Guide
Lotus Notes has the ability to synchronize with Palm and Window CE devices by using mNotes software. mNotes can also synchronize additional address books and some applications. The PDA must be synchronized through a cradle connected to a PC. If you are interested in synchronizing your email, calendar, personal address book or other databases with your PDA please contact your Help Desk/Service Desk.
Blackberry devices are personal information management systems that have the ability to use wireless. The Medical School Central IT Services has a Blackberry Server that is used with our Lotus Notes Service to deliver mail to Blackberry devices without using a cradle. To view a demonstration of the Blackberry device visit http://www.blackberry.com/products/blackberry7500/blackberry7520.shtml