You can't export a replica directly from Notes, but you can copy your
Replica-file, and tell notes where it is.
From the Notes help:"If you use a remote client, create local replicas
on another computer at the office, copy each replica to a diskette,
and then copy the replicas to your remote client. If a full replica is
too large to fit on a diskette, you can still save time by creating a
partial replica or replica stub to copy to a diskette."
You have to specify a file name (you can also specify a folder and/or
subfolder) in the Replicator options, once you replicated to this
replica, copy the file onto disk, tape or FTP. You can copy that file
onto the machine you want. Don't forget to specify a file name (and
place) on this other machine for the replica. Once that is all done,
Notes should find your replica on the place you specified.
The best thing to do is read the notes help, there's a big chapter
I hope this helps you out.
Clarification of Answer by
19 Jun 2002 12:31 PDT
So it is because replication overloads your network.
Once you set the file name/location you can use any program that
auto-replicates between servers. You can use double take, like 1hotrod
says, but I think it costs a lot of money. If you have time , you can
do it yourself once a day by using something like windows commander,
you can save your locations in there and just push the button to match
folders on different machines. You can also use something like
Treenetcopy (shareware 30-day trial, after that it costs 30$), that
will replicate automatically. You can download it at
http://www.tucows.com/system/preview/257415.html There are also other
programs that will to this, but they will cost lots more (f.e.
Powersync, Folderclone,...) Look on shareware sites (tucows,
winfiles,...) for mirroring software, there is lots of good shareware.
Search terms used:
http://www.nsisoftware.com (double take)
I hope this helps you out, if you have anymore questions, feel free to