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Change a Notes domain xxx/xxx@domainname; only certain places

I need to change a Notes domain xxx/xxx@domainname; only in address book, document server, global domain document and personal documents. How can I do this?
If you just want to change the domain name string where it occurs in various places in the public NAB, you can use @-functions, Lotuscript, or Java to do this. If you want to make changes to personal address books, you can e-mail a Notes button (with the same code behind it) to users.

Be sure to think about what you are doing though. Just changing the name of a domain in these places does not necessarily really change the domain name. The name may also appear in Access Control Lists, Notes certifiers and other places that are not obvious.

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