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Remove indexing on multiple Lotus Notes databases

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I need to remove indexing on multiple Lotus Notes databases, a few hundered. Is there a way to do it on an entire directory? I would like to prevent having to go to each database and remove it manually.
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Use the Domino Administrator client.  Go to the files tab, open the directory you want to delete full text indexes from.  Drag to select all databases. Right click, choose FULL TEXT INDEX... from the menu.  Choose teh DELETE radio button, OK.
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