Lotus Notes Encryption
I need to remove the encryption from all messages in a database. I need to do this so I can convert them to Outlook pst file.
Please could someone tell me how best to do this.
The messages were journaled over to this database and some but not all messages are encrypted.
Any ideas/help would be greatly appreciated.
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