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How do I Find the Username of a Mailbox other than my own in LotusScript

Alford Miller
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Hello,
  I have written a Public shared Agent that exports selected E-Mails for a given user to a file for Optical storage.  One of the fields used to identify the document in storage is the User's Name.  I currently get the Username from the property "CommonUserName" from the Current Session.  This works fine while users are archiving there own E-Mails, but it creates a problem when users Archive E-Mails on some else’s behalf.  When I run my script on another users Mailbox from my notes session the E-Mails are identified as being mine instead of the proper user.  This is a problem for the secretaries at my location for the do the Archiving for the Bosses.
  So ultimately what I'm asking is how do you determine in LotusScript the Username on a specific Mailbox, not on a Specific Session?
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The Calendar profile of the mail db has the correct username.

~Hemanth
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Alford MillerApplication Programmer

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Hello HemanthaKumar,
  I tried your script and I noticed in the debugger that the db.Title was the same as the Mailbox Name.  I think I will use that instead unless there is a problem of reliablity.
That is not true if the user renames the title. I would say it is a risk on your part to rely on the piece of information that is easily changed by user.
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