Replication issue

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Lotus Notes replication
I have created 5 nsf files, currently I am working on the 6th nsf file i.e all the latest mails are stored in 6th nsf file. For viewing past mails, if I open and close any of the previous nsf files, replication to the 6th nsf file is not happening automatically, I have to do replication forcefully. Kindly help in this regard.

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  • Abushahd
    Could you please give some more details about these 6 nsf databases ??? Are they all located at the same server ??? or on some other servers ??? Did you set some connection documents for these servers ??? Did you make a new replica from the 6th nsf database to each and evey one of the other 5 databases respectively ??? Please perform the more readings over here and check if every thing is fine with you or not .. http://lotus-blogs.blogspot.com/2008/01/lotus-notes-replication-few-common.html http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/lotus/library/local-mail-replicas/
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