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How can I read info in an ID file?

I am an administrator. My users work on many different computers. I have written a script to get the ID file where it changes in an attachment to an e-mail. So I have many ID files for the same user. I want to extract just one user in a Lotus Script batch. How can I read information in the ID file to compare them with the documents in the certlog.nsf? I just want compare the name, the ID number and the expiration date. Thanks for your help.
In general, you cannot read the information in an ID file for obvious security reasons. Take a look at the NotesRegistration class within LotusScript, though. This gives you some of what you want, although not everything. You may have to "switch to" an ID file in order to read its information.

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