Lotus Same time 6.5.1

Posted on 2006-04-12
Last Modified: 2013-12-18

Where does Sametime log the adding of users?   If a user is using their sameTime windows client and adds a user to their list, where is this being logged?

 I have searched though stlog.nsf but cannot seem to find it.  Does this require some advance logging to be enabled first?
Question by:Codeit1978
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    I don't know that it logs that stuff? That would be a lot to log everytime someone modified their own buddy list.
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    There should be some sort of logging level that we can set to specifiy what type of logging we would like for troulbe shooting purpose.
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    Here is a link on debugging sametime meeting server, but I have never tried to look for events related to buddylists


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