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Explanation: Specifies the number of minutes of inactivity after which the server automatically terminates network and mobile connections. The minimum recommended setting is 30-45 minutes. A lower se
Explanation: When mail journaling, compression and encryption are in use, there are cases for which Domino performs unnecessary conversions between LZ1 and Huffman encoding. The ENABLE_LZ1_ENCRYPTED_
SMTPTimeoutMultiplier should only be used with great care
Explanation: The default SMTP connection time out is 3 minutes. The default value for SMTPTimeoutMultiplier is 1. Increasing SMTPTimeoutMultiplier to 3 will cause connections to remain open for 9 min
DominoDisableETags should not be used
Explanation: Domino 6.0.1 introduces the use of Entity tags (ETags) for cache validation. ETags, which were introduced in HTTP/1.1, are server-defined tokens that uniquely identify multiple instances
Explanation: Beginning with Domino 8.5 there are many more files installed under 'domino' directory of the the data directory. Some contents, like 'domino/js', have been blocked from access via Domin
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The MailMaxFilters setting in notes.ini determines how many MAIL.BOX rules can be run on the server. Higher values consume more memory
When this setting is absent, it's equivent to setting it to 100.
Settings above 100 should be well considered.
Technote 1091326: "Is There a Limit to the Number of Mail Rules Each User Can Create?"
Technote 1109213: "Is There a Maximum Number of Mail Rules that Can Be Run on MAIL.BOX?"
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