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Console error involving FTAF.ncf. How to remove.

Hello,

We have a Domino server here in Japan that I keep getting the following console error on.

"Unable to load FT alternate filter config file: Path\FTAF.ncf

Now I believe it has something to do with the Japanese input system and I know tha twe do not need it so I just need to be able to remove it from the system but am unable to find anything instructing on how to proceed.

Has anyone come across this?

Win 2003 / Domino 7.02

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tokyotechy
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sloeberCommented:
I hope this help you
Enabling Ichitaro format in full-text search
In a Japanese system environment, either while Sametime Server is installed or after you start the Domino server you may see the following error.

"Unable to load FT alternate filter config file: C:\Domino\ FTAF.ncf."
Ignore the error when you install the Sametime Server. To enable the Ichitaro attachment document full text search after you install it, set the following NOTES.INI variable: ft_use_altfltr=1.

The ftaf.ncf file is automatically installed in your Notes program directory. You should also set two values in the ftaf.ncf file:
aftaro6
aftaro9.
Copy the ftaf.ncf file into your Domino program directory.

An example of the ftaf.ncf file follows:
************BEGINNING OF DATA**************
aftaro6
aftaro9
************END OF DATA********************
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tokyotechyAuthor Commented:
Hi, I removed the FT line from the .ini and that seems to of sorted it.  We do not need the Ichitaro for searching so this should be fine.

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