I was consolidating archives in Lotus Notes 6.5 and the shortcuts to my old archive files cannot be deleted now.
The archive database still has the same name and is in the same location as before, and I have created new shortcuts in my workspace and on the shortcut bar to the archive database. However, when I attempt to right-click -> Remove from workspace, or simply select and delete the bookmarks to the old archive database, I receive a box with the title "Database (Archive) cannot be found" with a selection drop down to select the server it should look for the new archive database on.
Any ideas what tools I might use or how I might go about removing these shortcuts?
UPDATE 1 (in response to Hristo's proposed solution): There are no dialogs of any kind open in the Notes Client and the issue has persisted across a few days and a couple system restarts.
UPDATE 2 (consolidating solutions attempted so far): Closed Notes. Ran Notes\nfixup.exe. Problem persists. Ran Notes\ncompact.exe. Problem persists. Deleted Notes\Data\Cache.NDK. Problem persists.
Created new Workspace page, moved all icons except problem archive icon to new workspace page, deleted old workspace page. This successfully removed one of the problem archive icons. However, the icon on the left frame of the Notes window is still there and still gives an error whenever I attempt to access or remove it.
UPDATE 3 (tool I used previously for similar issues) At a previous job there was a message we could send to people who were having various issues with shortcuts and bookmarks in their Notes client. There was apparently code embedded in the message and a button we would have users click that would do some sort of validation or consistancy check on their bookmarks. It would usually end up remove a few of their bookmarks and then provide a dialog box indicating the number of errors it had found and removed.
Does anybody know what this might have been doing and if such a check script can be found in the wild?