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Users last login date

Posted on 2008-10-09
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Dear experts,

How do i view users' last login date to their notes email from Domino Admin?

we're using Lotus Domino Notes version 6.5


rgds,
Kenny
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Login from the web or using Notes? I suppose it's the same place where you can find that info: File/Database/Properties, 2nd tab (i), User detail...

Also, in the server's log database log.nsf, see Usage/by Database
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sjef_bosman is on the ball here.
Check this out aswell, you may find it interesting

http://extranet2.ahrq.gov/help/help7_admin.nsf/f4b82fbb75e942a6852566ac0037f284/a90d8c4b6eab32e9852570610054e318?OpenDocument
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