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Disabling Lotus Notes email account

Posted on 2011-03-08
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We have a Lotus Notes email account that is not used anymore (the person is retired). Instead of deleting it, we decided to keep it since there are a few things that are needed as references but lately we have a problem getting emails from different sites. Someone uses the email address to subscribe to different websites. Is it possible to set the mail file not to receive any emails but still exist in our server?
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Sjef Bosman earned 250 total points
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Remove its name from the Person document in the NAB. Also, make a Deny-group and add the user's name, so the person won't be able to log in.
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by:coronoahcoro
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hmm didn't work for me. I have a test account. I deleted it from the 'People' group without deleting its mail file and added it to the Deny-group but I was able to send an email to the test account even after all that.
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by:coronoahcoro
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nevermind it works. sorry and thanks sjef :)
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OK :-)
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