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Old 02-22-2006, 03:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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A strange thing happened to me...
There are 2 BES servers in my enviroment.
One is old server(VMware) for testing and the other is production server.
Both of them have version 4.0.3.11 and DOMINO version 6.5.2.
Both server has different MSDE. We don't use SQL.

I was testing some IT policies a couple days ago.
After the testing, I removed my account from the old server and tried to re-add to new server, but I couldn't find my name from GAL(Global Address List).
I tried same things on the old server, but I couldn't find my name either.
I opened notes.nsf of the old BES on my local PC, then I can see my name on the list.
I rebooted the old server - didn't work.
I searched my name by using "look up" function on my co-worker's handheld, and my name came up.
I can't understand what's going on.
Domino Admin told me there is no problems on their side.
How can I get my name back to notes.nsf of old and new BES server?
How can I add myself to BES server?
Please help!!!
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Old 02-22-2006, 03:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Maybe your BES is thinking you are still on a BES. Did you correctly remove yourself?

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Yes, I correctly removed my account by using Blackberry Manager.
I even checked lotus\domino\data\bes\state folder.
There was no extra entries.
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Then it couldbe a problem with the index off names.nsf on your BES. You can try to run fixup and updall.

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Thanks, Bob. I will try the command and I'll let you know the result.
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These commands didn't work... What's else I can do???
Does anyone have ideas?
Please help!
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have you tried to delete the replication conflicts in your database??
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I finally pulled out my name from other notes server. I still can't see my name on Global Address book on the BES, but since I found the temporary fix, it's okay. Thanks everybody.
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