Adding Locations automatically to Lotus Notes by running a file

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Is there any way to add locations to Lotus Notes 4.5, by sending the users a nsf file, so that the user copies it to Lotus Notes directory, or even editing file names.nsf from users? I've been having hard times asking users to add locations when they want more persons to use their workstation. This is far more complicated when this task is made by phone, because I'm talking about users with low knowledge.

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I think in this situation, without additional details on who or why, the simplist thing to do would be to create an empty database based on the personal address book and creat the location document there. Then you could send the database as an attachement to the user and have them copy and paste them into their own address book and reboot.

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    You can add locations with lotus script. I worked on a project a while back and we used a button in an email that used lotus script to create a location to move users to a new server. A developer should be able to provide you with the code you need.
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