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Aggregate people and group documents back into names.nsf

In 5.06a, Lotus now has the extended directory catalog. Can I let's say take Domino Dir A, Domino Dir B, and Domino Dir C, and with the use of a selective formula on each, aggregate only certain people and group docs into each (the name of the db's would be AAA.nsf for dir a, BBB.nsf for dir b, and CCC.nsf for dir c.). Then I would like to replicate each of those directories out to a number of administrators. Each admin could then modify any group or person doc in their directories (i.e. admin A would have a replica of dir a etc.). Could I then aggregate those people and group documents back into names.nsf for replication? And repeat this process again.
I do not know about the placement of the groups back into the names.nsf. I also do not like the idea of not having a centralized control of person records. You might be able to get the groups back into the names.nsf, but it would require some agent coding.

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