Document overview (quick jump table):
Among the things you can do when you edit a formula in the search form are change AND to OR or OR to AND. Add NOT before any word or token to find all documents that do not contain the specified information.
Use parentheses around various portions of the formula to change the order in which Notes/Domino calculates the portions of the formula. Notes performs operations between parentheses before those outside of parentheses.
Example: Using parenthesis
Syntax: Proximity operators:
To use the Proximity operator, type your search text as follows
word1 near word2
word1 sentence word2
word1 paragraph word2
Examples: Using Proximity operators
Syntax: Using the Termweight Operator
To use the Termweight operator, type your search text as follows:
termweight 80 word1 or termweight 20 word2
where the numbers following "termweight" can be any integer from 0 - 100.
Examples: Termweight Operator
exactcase (search text)
If search text is only one word, you don't need to enclose it in parentheses.
Examples: Exactcase Operator
finds all instances of the word Apple, but does not find the words APPLE or apple.