Error: A person document for either the request’s signer or the ‘Name(s) acted upon’ was not found in any local trusted directories for which this ser

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I get this error message when someone changes their password. The internet password does not update on the address book.

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You should contact IBM with this as it is a known bug and should have been fixed with certain versions. Below there

<b>Password synchronization using policies is not working with Extended Administration server
Technote (troubleshooting)</b>

<b>Problem</b>

You create a security setting (by applying an organization policy) for synchronization of Notes and HTTP passwords. Since implementing Extended ACL, you find that Notes and HTTP passwords are no longer being synchronized.

The following errors appear in the admin4.nsf for each request:

Title: ACME’s Address Book File name:

Test/SRV/ACME!!names.nsf; Error: A person document for either the request’s signer or the ‘Name(s) acted upon’ was not found in any local trusted directories for which this server is the Administration

<b>Resolving the problem</b>

This issue is now fixed.

Fix details: SPR# AMIA6LYJR2

Refer to the Upgrade Central site for details on upgrading Notes/Domino.

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This is why I would say that a quick call to IBM would be the answer

Developer Work forum search…. below

http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/nd6forum.nsf/55c38d716d632d9b8525689b005ba1c0/164a505f61bedd75852572c3006de742?OpenDocument

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