Several weeks ago, I blogged about how to how to improve your personal productivity by sharpening the saw
. I took a look at many things that affect the performance of Lotus Notes and several easy things you can do to get a big speed boost. One of those was the concept of making a local replica of your frequently used databases (applications). Not only does this provide you with rapid access to local data, it also allows you to work off-line in any context.
Today, Darren Duke
blogged about this and he provides the steps anyone can use to set up a local replica of a database