Not really possible unless you changed the archive template to allow 
creating and modification of folders and their contents via a back-end 
script. That's my understanding at least...

Chris Whisonant
Senior Mid-Range Systems Administrator
Comporium
803-326-7270
IBM Certified Specialist -- eServer i5 iSeries Domino Technical Solutions 
V5R3
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From:
rob@xxxxxxxxx
To:
domino400@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Date:
03/22/2007 03:02 PM
Subject:
Archive security


Corporate policy will be that people should be allowed to:
- View their own archive.
- Create or delete folders.
- Move documents from one folder to another.
But they will not be allowed to delete, or modify, any existing documents 
in their archive.

I've looked at the various security settings and I am not so sure that 
this is possible.  If so, what needs to be set?  Will they need "shared 
folders" or "private folders" or both?  Can they get "shared folders" and 
not edit capability on existing documents?


Rob Berendt

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