I have one group containing all users in my organization. I want to implement ACL on this group in such a way that only selected people can send a mail to this group. How can I achieve this?
This is a common issue. Go to Domino R6 Admin Help / Search / "Restricting users from sending mail to groups."
I'm running Domino 6.03. When I add a new user to a group, the user doesn't access to the database immediately and has to wait until the next morning. How can I change this so the user has quick access to the database, especially since the group he belongs to is in the ACL.
I've tried all this good advice I found, such as sh nlcache reset, dbcache flush, etc., but nothing works. Is there a command where I can apply these changes immediatly?
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