expiring id file notification in 6.5

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In Lotus Notes clients, R5, 3 months before the id file certificate expired, and then every day until, it popped a message box stating that the certificate was about to expire. How do you set the same warning in 6.5 Thanks

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That should be default when first creating the ID.

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  • PaulTheAdmin
    Many of the ids have existed since 2000, so I can not rely on default values
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  • woonjas
    As far as I know even with 6.x it should still popup the warning. Not that it matters much in my experience users happily click on ok until they can no longer access the server after their id finally expired. Instead I wrote this simple agent that runs in our nab that notifies the admins whenever a user is 7 days from expiration. (R6+ nab design): http://woonjas.linuxnerd.org/web/download.nsf/files/Certificate+Expiration+Notification (unless you rewrite as I suggest at the top of the document). Cheers, IRC: Woonjas on EFNet's #notes
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