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The preceding has a few minor bugs and overall, isn't terribly useful as programs go. See Notes::OLE - Lotus Domino via Win32::OLE for an actual Domino developer's take on Win32::OLE access to Lotus Domino.

my $Database = $Notes->GetDatabase( ... ) or die ...

This will never fail. If the database does not exist then the database will not be opened and the $Database->{'IsOpen'} property will be false. Test that instead. Someone else already noted that "mail\$userid.nsf" is incorrect and either "mail\\$userid.nsf" or better, $Database->OpenMail() should be used.

$AllDocuments->GetNthDocument( ... )

This is known to be a wastefully expensive way to access a Document in a DocumentCollection. Instead of getting documents by number, use an iterator:

my $doc = $AllDocuments->GetFirstDocument; while ( $doc ) { ... $doc = $AllDocuments->GetNextDocument( $doc ); }

In reply to Re: getnotes.pl by diotalevi
in thread getnotes.pl by ergowolf

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