ImportCredentialsFile
 
Type

String

Default

 

Required

no

Description

Enter the full path to a file containing user credentials, such as usernames and passwords.

The file contains a series of lines, which may be specified in any appropriate combination, as in the following examples:

UserName=foo,Password=Blah,UserIDFile=c:/jeff.id
UserName=foo,Password=Blah
UserName=foo,UserIDFile=c:/jeff.id
Password=Blah
Password=Blah,UserIDFile=c:/jeff.id

When import encounters a password protected document it will try the passwords specified in the given file. It tries each entry in the file in turn, and gives an error message if no combination of the entries can open the file.

Passwords in the credentials file may be encrypted.

Note: If you want to import encrypted NSF files, use the ImportNotesIDList parameter instead, because it is much faster.

Example

ImportCredentialsFile=C:\passwordlist.txt

See also

ImportNotesIDList