During the SMID product setup, the administrator specifies the SMID databases to be replicated among the different ScanMail servers. Usually, the SMID configuration database (smconf.nsf) is selected because it contains server settings and policies. Replicating the said database enables the administrator to propagate the settings to other Domino servers.
To check for replication or save conflict documents in the configuration database:
- From a notes client, press CTRL + SHIFT and right-click the workspace icon for smconf.nsf.
- Select Database > Go to > All Documents to view the replication or save conflicts.
To delete the conflicts:
- Open the database in the notes client in the normal view.
- Go to Action > Delete Replication Conflicts.
The deletion may take some time depending on the number of documents.