Clear urls in history in the address bar of Lotus Notes Client

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How can I clear the URL History From the Dropdown List in the Address Bar of the Lotus Notes client without having to clear everything out of the notes.ini file. Is there an easier way to do this? Thanks
ASKED: September 15, 2005  4:49 PM
UPDATED: September 23, 2005  10:43 AM

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I do believe you should be able to delete the CACHE.DSK or CACHE.NDK depending on the version you are using.

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  • Poppaman2
    Confirming previous post: Clearing (deleting) the cache.* file will clear the history.
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  • Bball54
    Thank you all for your responses but do you know of an easy way for the end user to get rid of these url's without deleting and of their files on the hard drive or editing the notes.ini file? Thanks
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  • Insightful
    I've never found a real benefit for launching my browser from inside Notes. Have you? We routinely shut off the URL "Address" Toolbar for users. No history to worry about.
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