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How can I easily export data about dormant accounts?

Our company currently has 36,000 registered Lotus Notes users. We are running Domino 6.02 CF1 on the server, and all the clients are at R5. My management team has asked for a weekly report for databases not used in the last 60 days. They are trying to save disk space and remove accounts no longer active that have slipped through the cracks. I know this information is available in the log.nsf and catalog.nsf for each server; however, it not easily exported. My thoughts would be to create an additional view BY DATE or enable Activity Logging and hope Activity Analysis from the admin client can pull the information for me quickly. Thoughts? Thanks for the advice.
I'd create the view. The information is right there in the catalog (as long as you are cataloging all DBs), so creating a view is your simplest solution.
This was first published in October 2003

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