03-09-2007, 03:44 AM
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You might be replicating the e-mails to a server copy "database"
eg. sdbo5707 filename: PerNABS\username
First check your Address Book> user name to see what MSGM server your on. Make sure its corresponding to the current inbox.
Check first in C:\Documents and Settings\(XP account\Local Settings\Application Data\ Lotus\Notes\Data\ [RENAME BOOKMARKS.NSF to BOOKMARKS_OLD.NSF] Launch NAMES.NSF
once launched check to see if your entries are 140.
If it is, essentially the bes server has a replicated PerNABS server copy of your address book.
-Make sure H:\config\NotesConfig\Notes.ini is that same size as on the local drive, this willl bridge the connection> right click your inbox> refresh design> input just only your MSGM#### in the server field.
Also Delete CACHE.NDK
C:\Documents and Settings\(XP account\Local Settings\Application Data\ Lotus\Notes\Data\Cache.ndk
[EXAMPLE] John Smith
SEARCH: John Smith/NewYork/DBNA/DeuBa
Search log: FOUND ON : BlackberryNA02/DBNA/DeuBa
User: CN=John Smith/OU=NewYork/OU=DBNA/O=DeuBa
PIN: 3003102F (example)
BES Server: CN=BlackberryNA02/OU=DBNA/O=DeuBa
State DB: BES\state\1106784589.nsf
Mail File: mail4\SMITJOH.NSF <-----------users id file located in C:\.....Notes\Data
Routing Info: S123678
Network Type: CDMA
Currently Craddled: NO
MDS status: ENABLED <---------must be on
Wireless Calandar: ENABLED
Forward Filter: Forward messages to the handhekd by default if filters don't match
-I just need more information for me to help you out
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