Lotus Notes Client Archive

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Lotus Domino 6.5.3
Lotus error messages
Lotus Notes Domino archiving
I need to implement a policy for client archival. My users e-mail files are getting to large. I want them to archive to a server. I tested mine to archive to the Lotus server and got error message "Notes error: Remote pathname must be relative to Data Directory" What am I doing wrong and what is the best way to accomplish my goal?

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This can be happened if to create a database outside of LN data directory. It can be only created either by creating in data directory / in subdirectory of the data directory. If u try to archive thru policy, please see the <a href=”http://www-304.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21170775″>IBM Suggestions</a>

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  • AGuirard
    What exactly did you do to cause the archive attempt? It sounds like you supplied a pathname that the archiving system didn't like. Perhaps you tried to specify the full pathname of the archive file on the server (c:\domino\data\mailarch\munchkinArchive.nsf) instead of the relative path (mailarch\munchkinArchive.nsf).
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  • Gabe9527
    Use a Directory Link on the server to move off to a NON Domino data Directroy location......
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