Best practices for us is not to put ID's in the Domino directory as it is a
security risk.  If someone can detach the IDs, they can hack them.

Passware produced a tool that uses C API calls to brute force hack a Lotus
Notes ID file.  Since they are attacking the ID file directly, the Lotus
timeout feature is not a factor.  User gets a privileged ID and hacks it =
bye bye to your domain.

Eric Waters

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Hi All

We are setting up a new Domino Email only server. Where is the best place
to put ID files. Should they be on the directory only, file only or both.
We do have users access their email using iNotes over the web as well as
using the Lotus client on their office PC's.

We are on Domino 6.5.3 and OS/400 V5R3


Doug Cosgrove
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