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Domino 8 webmail timeout

Posted on 2009-04-05
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Changed following and restarted HTTP service - Webmail still timing-out after 30 minutes


names.nsf -> Configuration -> Servers -> All Server Docs -> your-server-name -> Internet protocols -> HTTP -> Timeouts

Changed "R5 Timeouts - Output timeout" from 20 to 180 minutes.

and


Server -> All server Documents -> blkmail2 -> internet protocols -> domino web engine - Java servelts idle session timeout to 240 minutes from 30 minutes


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You may need to stop and start entire domino service for changes to take affect.

I hope this helps !
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restarting the server did not fix :-(
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What version of Domino ?

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ajosephson,

Did you ever get this fixed?  I still get early timeouts no matter what I do to the server doc.  I'm thinking of using an AJAX trick to keep the session alive, but I'd rather stick to documented settings.
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