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Lotus Notes Replication of Mailbox NSF File locally

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I am fairly new to Lotus Notes having previously been an Outlook user and administrator. My company uses Lotus Notes client 7.0.2.
When in the office I work from my server nsf file. I have this scheduled to replicate at a set interval.

If I have read all the emails in my server copy of my mail database and then replicated, do I still see unread emails in my local replica.
It appears notes works in a fairly strange way in which a replica is not in fact a replica.

Should unread/read remarks not get replicated?

I can manually force this by unstacking replica icons, selecting the server and local icon for my mail database and then selecting exchange unread remarks. Not exactly ideal or particularly automated.



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Have a look in the advanced properties of your mail database. There is an option there to replicate unread marks. It should be set to "All servers".

If that doesn't work for you, you could try to re-create your local replica (delete, then File/Replication/New replica etc.)

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