Lotus webmail Problem

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.NSF files
Lotus Domino Server 8.x
Lotus Notes
Lotus Web applications
Webmail
There is a user who is able to login into his mail file using two passwords. One password is what i have given to it now and which gets displayed in person document of the user , the other one is a password which the server has stored somewhere in its cache i think.

To check the problem, I deleted the person document of the user and then tried to login in the webmail, instead of giving an error straightaway, it logged into the account and gave error only when it didn't found the mail file. Please help. Is this related to corruption of names.nsf...? are there two person document for the user...?what is the issue.?

 

ASKED: May 25, 2011  1:26 PM
UPDATED: May 25, 2011  1:50 PM

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  • Gabe9527
    Show NLCACHE RESET - will remove the Domino servers Internet username and password Cache. This can be used to check to see if this might be password cache related. Check to see if this helps and that your server is properly using session based authentication etc.
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