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what is names.nsf file?
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It depends!

On the server, the names.nsf file contains all the configuration for each server within the Lotus Notes Domain, including all users who have access to the domain and it's servers.  There is much more contained within, but that is the basics of it.  Servers and users workstations refer to this file for a variety of data.

On the workstation the names.nsf stores your personal contacts as well as configuration information for your email and server connections.

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thank you.
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