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when i am installing  lotus domino r5 after the completion of the installation, it creates the server.id & cert.id but
eventhough it says that your administrator id is created in the lotus\domino directory after the completion of the  server i am not able to find the user.id file in the entire server but it creates the nsf file for whatever the administrator name i have given, can someone help me out in this issue.
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check if the id is in the address book, as an attachment
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