Ability to use notes:// as protocol in Links
Ability to use notes:// as protocol in Links to open a IBM Notes Application / View / Document in a O365 / IBM Notes Domino coexistence environment.
Now it is only possible to use http:// or https:// as protocol in a link. The IBM Notes client registers the notes:// protocol in Windows, so it is possible to open IBM Notes Applications / Views / Documents from other applications with an URL like "notes://SERVER/db.nsf/view/DocUNID". URLs in this form are already opening the linked resource in the IBM Notes client from Microsoft applications like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote.
I use IBM Notes. We can attach Notes document links exactly in Outlook, but not in Teams. I hope that this request will be fulfilled so that Microsoft products can be used in cooperation with each other.
We use IBM Notes for CMS (Contents Management System).
If you can use the "notes: // ～" protocol from Teams, you can improve the use of Teams.
Also, since we are using an on-premises file server, we also want "file: // ~".
With this, it will be easier to move to the cloud.
Required features if you are using IBM Notes/Domino
Failure to do so will interfere with the internal deployment of "Teams"
There are multiple similar requests for supporting other protocols in links, please go vote here to centralize. Or maybe an admin could combine some of these? https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/35967502-custom-url-h
DiGi Onlyone commented
This limitation is really stupid. I can't use our internal CRM links
James Mullins commented
Not being able to use non-standard protocols in Microsoft Teams is a big oversight in my opinion.Slack allows this.
Andrew Morley commented
Indeed. This is one area Mattermost wins on. (Of course support all protocols, ftp, etc)
Aidan Wick commented
This should be expanded to handle any custom protocol. I want to use cherwellclient:// custom URL handler to create a bot that is linked to our company's Cherwell ticketing system. Others can also use irc:// to open IRC servers in their default IRC client. List goes on for any app that supports custom URLs.
Henrik Remlinger commented
Good idea !