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Retrieve list of Notes users

I have inherited a Notes domain, databases and users. I found out that there are a number of people who had Lotus Notes installed at one point and are most likely not using it now. They are still with the company, they just don't use Notes.

I need to find these people for licensing purposes, and I need to know the users who have Lotus Notes on their computers who are actually using Notes and logging in daily, weekly, monthly, etc.

Is there something in the Catalog, or somewhere else, that already exists in a Notes database or on the Domino server that can give me a list of users that have logged on in the past month or year?

See the R6 server log.nsf database. Go to View Usage -> By User. You might have to check back into older log files, depending on how much history is in your current log.

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