Well if the DB doesnt need to be shared - you could store the nsf on a
non-domino file system and apply another level of security to the nsf.
That way the person would have to have access to the file system as well
as to an authorized domino id.





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You can add an encryption key to your ID file and encrypt the documents
inside the DB. This would in effect keep even admin out, unless an
admin
can "recover" your ID file with password recovery.

Of course if you mess up your ID, you will never read those docs again
(practically speaking).

Tom
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