Your client signs messages to other Lotus Notes recipients with your public key.
For mail sent via the Internet, Lotus Notes keys will not work.
Domino 8.5.x sets this value by default to 30% of the physical memory which is a good starting point.
But on the other hand, if the Virtual Memory for the file-system cache becomes larger and larger the Virtual Memory manager will throw out many pages but keeps the open files still in the Virtual Memory of the File-System cache.
They are also calls to action to fix issues with a Notes client or Domino server.
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I get the following message when I open the certifier ID to certify a user ID: Error Updating Certifier ID: The following error occurred while trying to update the certificates stored in the Cerifier ID with those form the directory on the server you selected: Entry not found in index Do you wish to continue without updating the Certifier ID?
If I press yes, I can certify the user ID without problems.
If the document does not exist - - You need to Add a certifier - Then paste in the public key from the certifier (see procedure above). I have added a new Notes Certifier document in the configuration/certificate view and copied the public key from the file. In addition (as before) when I certify a save copy with the Admin client (configuration tab – tools – certify) after opening the certifier ID, I also get the warning „The following error occoured while trying to update the certificates stored in the Certifier ID with those from the directory on the server you selected: Entry not found in index Do you wish to continue without updating the Certifier ID?
Error messages are not only annoyances to Lotus Notes/Domino users and administrators.
This is an error message that has caused end-user confusion for years, and normally is caused when a user sets the default setting to sign emails.