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Sep 20, 2017, 11:13 PM
45 Posts
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Domino notes.ini madness

  • Category: Domino Server
  • Platform: Linux
  • Release: 9.0.1
  • Role: Administrator
  • Tags: notes.ini
  • Replies: 2

Something keeps re-adding CalConn,pop3,imap,  back into the servertasks lines in notes.ini on the server, even though I seriously don't want those tasks running.I keep racking my brain what could be doing it.

any ideas? I keep killing them but they keep coming back to life.

EDIT> I've got it to the point where they try to start up when server starts, then shut themselves off. I can live with that. 

CLOSED.

Sep 21, 2017, 9:31 AM
362 Posts
I believe they can be configured from the Address Book

Unfortunately the server doc and the server's configuration doc would need to be researched to check for 'em. I'm unsure they're in the same place on the form as when I remember them.

Sep 26, 2017, 12:02 PM
196 Posts
Steps to follow to clear auto-added parameters to a server's Notes.INI

In Configuration > Servers > Configurations, I would check the configuration document for the domain if this is happening on every server in the Domino domain and in any specific configuration that may have been created for the server.  The global one will be shown as * - [AllServers]. Click on the tab titled NOTES.INI Settings. You will probably find CalConn, pop3, imap, etc. as ServerTasks=.  Click Edit Server Configuration. Click on Set/Modify Parameters. Locate the parameter to be removed or modified.  If it is to be removed, then click on Clear. Select Clear parameter, and then on OK.


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