Detailed information for the notes.ini Keyword: 

NNTP_Previous_X_Servername


Short Description: Displays the time and date of the previous newsfeed to or from the specified remote NNTP server.

Description:
Displays the time and date of the previous newsfeed to or from the specified remote NNTP server, where:

    X is 0 for a Pull feed or 1 for a Push feed

    servername is the name of the remote server as specified in the Destination server field in the News/NNTP Feed connection document for the corresponding newsfeed.

    yymmdd hhmmss GMT is the time and date of the previous newsfeed to or from this remote NNTP server.


If the Domino NNTP server is running, you can reset a newsfeed by typing the following command:

    set config NNTP_Previous_X_servername=

Note that the equal sign (=) is required, there should be no space before it and nothing should follow it. For Pull-Push feeds, enter the command twice, once for the Pull feed and once for the Push.

If the server is not running, you can reset a newsfeed by removing the NOTES.INI line(s) that begin with the text "NNTP_Previous" and which correspond to the feed that you want to reset. For Pull-Push feeds, you must remove two NOTES.INI lines, one for the Pull feed and one for the Push.

Note To reset a newsfeed, we recommend using the server command tell NNTP reset servername before using the method described above.





Syntax:
NNTP_Previous_X_Servername=yymmdd hhmmss GMT

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


Obsolete since version:
6.0.0

Documented in:
Domino 5 Administration Help

Entry created by:
Bastian W.