Lotus Domino webmail upgrade and migration

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Lotus Domino
Lotus Domino 7.3
Lotus Domino Migration
Hello, Our Lotus Domino webmail runs on Domino version 7.3 and somehow in our domino directory we cant find the server document for it hence we get the error "xxxx/yyy [x.x.x.x] encountered non-fatal problem during authentication: Your public key was not found in the Domino Directory". we are planning on moving the entire server to a new machine and re-create the server id for it then replicate the mail files from the primary server since the webmail server is a member of the domino domain that only provides a web access to users. The new machine will run on Domino version. 8.5.

Software/Hardware used:
Lotus Domino ver. 8.5

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