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Archive folder layout on Domino 6 / Notes Client 5

I have recently installed latest release of Domino (6.5) - upgrading from 4.6.    My clients are currently still on Notes Client r5.  The users are currently using 'iNotes r5' mail template.    I need to be able to archive the clients' mail and maintain the folder layout for each user.  So far, each test has been unsuccessful - all notes seem to be placed into 'all documents' view rather than in individual folders.    How do I ensure that the folder layout is maintained when using a system-wide archive scheme?  
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Use notes mail template .. rather than inotes.

jtreynoAuthor Commented:
Testing done with this solution seems to solve the problem.   Thank you.
Is there a document somewhere that describes the various templates, or is it just trial and error ? (more error in my case.)
You don't need to use the notes mail template - it should work with the iNotes template too !  If you don't use iNotes, there's not much use in using the iNotes template, but anyway, it should work.

You can also use the R6.5 mailtemplate (some restrictions apply).  See the document "Lotus Notes 6 mail file template interoperability" in the Administration help.


inotes had this bug.. but not sure if that is fixed..
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