Detailed information for the notes.ini Keyword: 

iNotes_WA_SametimeNameFormat


Short Description: Allows you to adjust the format of the name that is passed to Sametime for login, for awareness checking, and whether to pass RFC821 names.

Description:

Allows you to adjust the format of the name that is passed to Sametime for login, for awareness checking,  and whether to pass RFC821 names. The value can contain up to 4 numeric digits in sequence.

Note  If you set this variable, you override the Configuration Settings document setting "Directory type used by IBM Lotus Sametime server."


Example:
iNotes_WA_SametimeNameFormat=1011
where the following values apply:
First digit (left most) -- controls the format of the name passed to Sametime routines that prepare links and start chat sessions:
0 = Use abbreviated canonical format (for example, Joe User/Acme) [the default]
1 = Use full canonical format (for example, CN=Joe User/O=Acme)
2 = Use abbreviated canonical format but use a comma ( , ) as a separator for the name components (for example, CN=Joe User,O=Acme)
3 = Use only the common name (for example, Joe User)
2nd digit -- controls whether RFC821 addresses (for example, Joe User@acme.com) should be sent to Sametime:
0 = No, do not send
1 = Yes, do send [the default]
3rd digit -- controls the format of the name passed to Sametime login routines:
0 = Use abbreviated canonical format (for example, Joe User/Acme)
1 = Use full canonical format (for example, CN=Joe User/O=Acme) [the default]
2 = Use abbreviated canonical format but use a comma ( , ) as a separator for the name components (for example, CN=Joe User,O=Acme)
3 = Use only the common name (for example, Joe User)
4th digit -- a debug aide. When the user hovers over a link, the name that displays is identical to the name sent to Sametime. Use any character in the fourth position to enable this.

For example:

iNotes_WA_SametimeNameFormat=1011

where the following values apply:

First digit (left most) -- controls the format of the name passed to Sametime routines that prepare links and start chat sessions:
0 = Use abbreviated canonical format (for example, Joe User/Acme) [the default]
1 = Use full canonical format (for example, CN=Joe User/O=Acme)
2 = Use abbreviated canonical format but use a comma ( , ) as a separator for the name components (for example, CN=Joe User,O=Acme)
3 = Use only the common name (for example, Joe User)

2nd digit -- controls whether RFC821 addresses (for example, Joe User@acme.com) should be sent to Sametime:
0 = No, do not send
1 = Yes, do send [the default]

3rd digit -- controls the format of the name passed to Sametime login routines:
0 = Use abbreviated canonical format (for example, Joe User/Acme)
1 = Use full canonical format (for example, CN=Joe User/O=Acme) [the default]
2 = Use abbreviated canonical format but use a comma ( , ) as a separator for the name components (for example, CN=Joe User,O=Acme)
3 = Use only the common name (for example, Joe User)

4th digit -- a debug aide that when the users hovers over a link, the name that displays is identical to the name sent to Sametime. Use any character in the fourth position to enable this.

 





Default value:
011

Syntax:
iNotes_WA_SametimeNameFormat=value

Example:
iNotes_WA_SametimeNameFormat=011

UI equivalent:
There is no kown UI setting for this notes.ini variable. But you can specify this setting in the notes.ini settings tab of the configuration settings document.


Applies to:
Server


Valid for version:
7.0.0

Documented in:
Lotus Domino Administrator 7 Help

Entry created by:
IBM Documentation