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Lotus Foundations Start Address Book

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Hello,

I am looking for the Foundations Start server names.nsf file. Which directory does Foundations Start store this Global Address List?

Thanks,
John
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by:Sam654
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The names.nsf is usually on the root of the notes directory. Just do "File" --> "Database" --> "Open" or Ctrl+O and click on each and check the file names in the box below the one listing all the databases. Or look for it by name "Foundations Address Book"???

If you're looking for another address book that someone else has created, you're going to have to ask them where they put it. If it's on your/their desktop, you'll be able to look at the database properties "File" --> "Database" --> "Properties" (or ALT+Enter) and see where it's located from there.

Otherwise, please explain what "Foundations Start" is?
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by:Sjef Bosman
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http://www.lotusfoundations.com/

@Sam: rather disappointing... ;-))
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by:jhieb
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Sam, I could have guessed that much. But, I found the address book. It, of course, is named names.nsf. Foundations Start is a rewrapping of Domino designed for small businesses.
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1. You shouldn't have given me the points
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Please correct both... Thanks.
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Wow, I did not know that. How has this passed me by all these years! There goes Sunday afternoon, need to swat up! Thanks for the link sjef (250pts A Grade!!!). Glad I'm not in sales or I'd have really failed!
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Even I am not in Sales... ;-))

I can recommend some regular reading of www.edbrill.com
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