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Lesson 13. Navigating the Web > Setting Browser Preferences

Setting Browser Preferences

You can browse Internet or intranet pages with Notes, or you can use other browser applications, such as Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer. A major advantage to using Notes as your browser is that Notes gives you the ability to store copies of Web pages as documents in a Notes database. There are two ways that Notes can be configured to browse the Web:

  • Notes can retrieve the pages directly. In this setup, the Web pages retrieved by Notes are stored locally, and only you can view them.

  • A Domino server, called the InterNotes server, retrieves the Web pages. In this setup, the retrieved Web pages are stored on the server, and any user with access to that server can view the pages.


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