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Old 06-13-2005, 05:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Which Domino databases are still used after upgrading to BES v4.0? My Notes administrator wants to delete the nsf files that are not used any longer. I know that some of the databases are still used but not sure which ones. The ones I have listed are:

bbdummymailbox.nsf
bbdir.nsf
blackberryoutbox.nsf
bbstats.nsf
blackberryprofiles.nsf

We also have state databases for all BB users.

Is is safe to delete any of these?
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Old BESN databases: State Database
Blackberry Directory Database
Profiles Database
Statistics Database
OutGoing Queue Database

New BESN4.0 databases: State Database (do not delete)
Profile Database (do not delete)
Configuration Database (MSDE or SQL) (definitely do not delete)
The old v2.2 Outbox and old v2.2 State db has been consolidated into the New 4.0 StateDB
The old v2.2 Directory db and the old v2.2 Statistics db has been consolidated into the New v4.0 Configuration db (MSDE or SQL) which ever you put have in place
The Profiles db has been changed to the New 4.0 Profiles db
The following data are also no longer necessary...if they are present in the notes.ini:
RIMUID, RIMPolling, RIMSRPHost,
RIMSystemAttendant, RIMAuthKey,
RIMNumLicenses, RIMRescanRange,
RIMRescanInterval, RIMRpcServerPort
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