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Domino Mail Journaling Rules With Groups

Posted on 2014-09-29
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Greetings,

I need to journal a group of users in lotus domino 9.

The problem is, we will not use 'All Documents' in the journaling rule.
We have ~500 users, of which we need to accept about 150 of them in the journal feed.

I do not wish to add each user to the rule (e.g. Journal if recipient = user1; user2; user3...)
I would like to use a multi-purpose group or something similar to filter email into the rule, but I cannot get an acceptable filter condition.

Is there a way around this issue?

I am told there is, but I cannot seem to find out how.

I can clarify this question on request.

Thanks in advance!

Brian Holcomb
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The solution was as follows:

1. Send Any Document to Mail in Journal Agent.
2. Have agent expand groups to identify necessary journaling.
3. MAil in database, then forwards if group condition is true.

This is terribly oversimplified, but it is in a working state so far.

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Bri...
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