Lotus Notes Mailbox corrupt
I got a problem with my system again. I am running Lotus Domino 5.0.8 on a Windows 2000 Server. My clients are running Lotus Notes 5.0.5. (Yes, I know its stoneage but I am going to upgrade to 6.5 soon, probably during christmas)
The Domino server works great all day, but at the strike of 04:00 when thee server starts compacting, the mail.box gets corrupted.
This results in mail.box getting read-only, and users can't send or receive mail. The only solution I have seen is to restart the Domino server.
This started abtout 2 weeks ago. I entered mai
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In such situation below steps can be helpful...
Run Fixup command line tool (fixup -f)
Load fixup -i mail\xxx.nsf
Fixup command line tool checks all documents in the database.
Run Compact command line tool (compact -i -c -d -K)
Load compact -c -i mail\xxx.nsf
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