Recently, we upgraded our Domino from our old server to a new one. So we installed Domino on new server, took a backup from the old server and restored.
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We have also installed Rightfax in the new server. At present, I'm facing two issues.
- I keep getting the following error in the server log:
12/21/2003 11:28:55 AM Error locating an Address Book entry for Certifier /OU=OU_NAME/O=ORGRANISATION: Entry not found in indexI checked the complete forum for any clue, but in vain. This error wasn't occurring in the old server. How to get rid of this?
- During installation of Rightfax, a particular user called FAX ROOM was configured in Notes client as part of the installation. Then afterwards, Notes client doesn't prompt for a password at all. Whenever a new location with a different ID is chosen, Notes retains the old password. How can I remove the "saved password"?
- When you did the restore, did you overwrite the system databases? In other words, did you replace the new names.nsf with the old one? This could be a problem if the new server is running a later version of Domino.
- Are you sure that Notes is switching IDs, connecting to a server with the new ID, but not prompting for the new password? It is hard to believe this is happening, since it would be a complete failure of the Notes security method. If so, let me know.
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