Is there any alternative way to create a user ID in Lotus Notes database without using Address book in the server?

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Hi friends, I need to create a website using Lotus Notes. In that I want to implement the provision to create new user account to the customers. Programmatically I can create this by adding new user to the address book in the server. But I need an alternate way create user account in the database. Because this database is going to host in a third party server. They will charge extra money for each new user ID. Is there any alternate way to implement this user account problem? Thanks in advance.

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Welcome to the world of Directory Assistance and secondary directories.

You need to create a Directory Assistance database, then tell your server to use it on the Basics tab of the server document. You then create another Directory database using the pubnames.ntf template – this is where you store the details of the customer accounts. Then you crate a document in the Directory Assistance database that references the directory you just created. That’s it, job done.

Hope this helps

Dave

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