Migrating Lotus Notes Local Contacts

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Lotus Notes 8.x
Currently, we face problem after we migrate user from old dept to new dept, the old email address still remain at local PCs

It is possible to change local contacts to follow what has been change in server after migration?

eg. 

Old email address abc/acc (still appear in local PC due to cache)

New email address abc/eng

[strong]Old email address abc/acc (still appear in local PC due to cache) - auto change to follow server name of abc/eng?[/strong]

 



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a) turn off the “recent contacts” feature completely
b) delete all entries in the “recent contacts” view of the personal address book
c) if still having a problem, delete the contents of the following folder and restart the client:
<lotus notes data directory>\workspace\.metadata\.plugins\com.ibm.notes.dip

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  • Chinkc
    Hi Wiki Thanks for the reply If we turn off the recent contact, it that mean we no longer kept the email address in cache?
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  • Stiletto
    yes
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