Unfortunately, failing the existence of a Domino Directory (which would be available from a Domino server), selecting the users who you would like to delegate access to your mailfile will be difficult. To affirm this, you will find this to be the case for two reasons, 1. The location of the database, and 2. No user verification (authentication).
1. Without a server to centrally store a database for access, this implies that the users who you'd like to delegate access to will need to physically access your workstation or have a mapped drive to your workstation.
2. Without a server, users in your environment are not authenticating against a directory, so attempting add users to the ACL may prove to be inefficient as the software won't know who the user is that's attempting to access it.
I'm curious about your implementation in your environment. Are you using the clients as POP/IMAP clients or something similar?
Notes Express 8.0.1 Cant open other... (Adam J Hannah 30.Jul.08)
Feedback response number WEBB7H2FHG created by Dan A Newburg on 07/30/2008
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