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Outlook uses a file type .ics for calendar appointments. When clicking "Add to Outlook claendar", the .ics file is downloaded and opened into Outlook. though I have not worked directly with Lotus Notes much myself, my research shows that Lotus Notes uses a .nsf file type.
Have you tried using the same link to add the event to your Lotus Notes calendar successfully?
Not all users even have an e-mail service with a calendar. To avoid confusion, the link states what application the appointment is intended for.
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Thank you for responding to me. It is a bit embarrasing to show a client a link like this, especially in many cases, I'm trying to sell them Lotus Notes to replace Outlook and Exchange.
The attachment .ICS is an Internet standard format for calendar. It is not specific to Outlook. It is used to accept calendar invites from Internet senders. Lotus Notes has supported this format for the past several years, and works without issue. The extension you mentioned (.NSF) for Lotus Notes is the actual mail file, similar to how Outlook has a .PST or .OST to store its mail in.
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