it fixes the issue You can't extract data from Lotus Notes without at least having the Lotus Notes client installed. There are a number of ways to extract data from Notes. You can write Java or LotusScript agents to export to file formats. You can access Lotus Notes via the Lotus Notes SQL driver and use SQL queries or MS Access to extract data. There is an Export to Excel database you can setup to extract to Excel. And more. All of them require the Notes Client (and the associated DLLs) to get at the data within, however.
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wish help you to fix your issue To access the flag: flag = notesDocument.GetRead([username] ) Returns true if the current document has been read, otherwise false. Note This method is new with Release 8.5.