To reset the user workstation ECL with the Administration ECL the notes.net forum suggests to use the @RefreshECL...
formula or the Session.SetEnvironmentVar("ECLSetup","1",True) method from LotusScript. Both Methods are for use with a button in a E-Mail Message.
Unfortunately they require a restart of Lotus Notes to take effect (at restart Lotus Notes read the notes.ini settings!)
I have written this script in vbscript:it execute with Login Script (Novell or Windows), search in the folder of drive c: for notes.ini, copy this file to notes.old for backup and create new copy of notes.ini with ECLSetup variables set to 1.
Every Time user login to the network and after open Lotus Notes trasparently refresh the local ECL.
Const inifile="notes.ini" Const bckfile="notes.old" Const root="c:" Const oldkeyvalue="ECLSetup=3" Const newkeyvalue="ECLSetup=1" Dim fso 'as filesystem object Dim path 'as string Function search(dirbase,fname) Dim fold 'as folder object Dim subf 'as folder collection object Dim sinf 'as folder object Set fold=fso.getfolder(dirbase) Set subf=fold.subfolders search=False For Each sinf In subf path=dirbase & sinf.name & "" If fso.fileexists(path & fname) Then search=True modify End If Next End Function Sub main() path="" Set fso=CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") If Not search (root,inifile) Then MsgBox "Unable to find file " & inifile End Sub Sub modify () On Error Resume Next Dim source 'as textfile Dim dest 'as textfile Dim fileline 'as string fso.CopyFile path & inifile,path & bckfile,True Set source=fso.opentextfile (path & bckfile,1) Set dest=fso.CreateTextFile(path & inifile, True) fileline=source.readline While Err.Number<>62 If fileline<>oldkeyvalue Then dest.writeline(fileline) Else dest.writeline(newkeyvalue) End If Fileline=source.readline Wend End Sub Main