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I had to switch from the local Lotus Notes client to Domino Web Access, it is extremely annoying me that the webmail session has a timeout of 10 minutes or so, forcing a new login every time I'm not quick enough to refresh.

Is there any add-in or software for IE8 that would keep the session "open", without user intervention and without influencing on mouse/keyboard operations (i.e. no macro that clicks automatically)?

Thanks!

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You sure that' snot something that can be configured? I know that with the Outlook Web App if you tell it your on a Public or Shared computer it will log you out after 10 minutes of idle, but if you tell it you're using a Private computer, it won't. I'm not sure about Lotus/Domino specifically -- it may be something that has to be set a the server-side (if it even can be). – Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Mar 14 '13 at 13:40
    
Yep, it is set server-side in our case, but alas I have no control over it. With an add-in client-side I am hoping to circumvent this limitation by having the browser sending some "fake" activity to keep the session alive. – Pall Mar 14 '13 at 15:54

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