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We have a new person using BlackBerry and my friend set the BB to be able to receive and send emails from/to the person's Lotus Notes email account. This morning I looked in the log files and from 09:47 AM to 09:49 AM, the log file is full of these messages:

Begin CD to MIME Conversion(Process: IMAP Server (00001674:00000010), Database: E:\Lotus\Domino\data\mail\usermail.nsf. Note: some number).

What is causing this and is this bad? It doesn't affect the server performance as far as I know. Also the user said that there is a long delay when the email is received (about 20 mins or so), is there a way to change this?
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No, normal behaviour. There is a notes.ini parameter somewhere to suppress these messages:

http://www.lotususergroup.org/blogsphe.nsf/d6plinks/SPOB-7ETN8G

About the delay: I can't help you there, sorry.
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