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Office 365 is a less complex suite than Lotus Notes and this problem will not occur in O365.
The biggest challenge users face after IBM Notes to Office 365 migration is to transfer data from Lotus Notes to MS Office 365. This application will easily transfer your data between these two suites.
And then the user, go to Windows Explorer, and double click to open thelocal replica of her notes mailbox, and prompted with password as usual,when she enters the password (same one as entered when prompted for Notesclinet login), and she's able to open the local replica of the Notes DBwithout any problem. It is possible that during off line replication someone copied an older id to a directory the replica looks to for authentication.
She exit the Notes client, and click to logon to the Notes client again, andnow she's ok with the logon (with same password). Also check the "Office" location document and ensure it is pointing to the proper ID for authentication.
The Notes password is stored in the ID file of the user (*.id).
Is it possible Notes was re-configured from a previous user and the location document or file are still pointing to an older user id file in the database.
When a design replace is required, whenever possible, ask the user to perform this task on the server copy of their mail file.
IBM Notes, popularly known as Lotus Notes is a business collaboration services provider.
Woonjas IRC: #notes on EFNet definatley corrupt ID file. Ive had this problem before were the Password has been correct but the ID file has been corrupt.
If local replica is used in place of server copy, this error is bound to appear.
Apart from this, deletion of IBM Notes temp files can also cause this error.
Apart from email service, it also offers other services required to ensure seamless communication among enterprise users.
Lotus Notes is a complex office suite and therefore, users often report having trouble operating it.
When user try to logon to Notes client, enter the password as prompted, andthe following message is displayed:'Wrong Password. Why is that afteropening the local replica fixes the 'Wrong Password' problem? The ID file is normally (Should be) stored in the C:\Notes\Data directory.