NCP Errors

I have enabled Bad packet length warnings on our NW 4.1 server which is then displaying on the console errors of "Processed Incomplete NCP for station (X) NCP 23 61".  What I would like to know is what the number mean after the message. We've been getting 23 61, 23 121 and 23 244, the error appears when a Notes 4.1 client first tries to access their mail box (23 61) and is not generated by all pc's running Notes 4.1 clients.
annandapAsked:
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elagrewCommented:
annandap,

You can try to trouble shoot this by doing the following:

1) Set the following parameters on the NW console :

     set display NCP bad component warnings=on
     set display NCP bad length warnings=on

This should give you more info on the numbers.  The numbers are functions and subfunctions, like:

Get Object Effectrive Rights For Directory Entry (Function 22 Subfunction 50)


2) Check all client Software.  Are they all running the same client release?  Client32 or VLMs?

HTH

EL

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annandapAuthor Commented:
I accept your explaination, but what I would like to know or know where to look it up is what these functions and subfunctions mean.  What are they doing ?.  for instance as I said in the question I got the same error message with different subunctions so what is the subfunction actually doing ?.
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