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Could we have a standalone freeware NSF viewer? 
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: Gavin Bollard1561 24 Nov 2007
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I've often thought that it would be good to have a freeware notes viewer that I could supply people with for offline reading of Notes databases.   I don't think it would need to be very powerful, certainly I wouldn't expect web rendering or lotusscript (ie: no form load events etc).
 
It would just need to support very simple security (so people couldn't use it to bypass security on ANY database) and would need to be able to display forms & views (and print).
 
I know NotesPeek does something similar but I'd like something that I could give to employees on an archive CD of their mail or other databases.   Something that doesn't require a licence so that it could be used to support NSF as a "supportable standard" (the same way that PDF used to work for acrobat before there were any imitator products) .





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