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Pinned Article ARAC and Faculty Recruitment Forms in IBM Notes - User Guide

Instructions for accessing legacy Appointment Review Advisory Committee (ARAC) and Faculty Recruitment forms in IBM Notes (formerly Lotus Notes).

Pinned Article Installation of IBM/HCL Notes, Domino Designer and Administrator Software

Instructions for installing IBM/HCL Notes (formerly Lotus Notes) and Domino Designer/Administrator software on Windows and macOS workstations.

Pinned Article Post-installation Set-up of IBM Notes (Lotus Notes)

Instructions for post-installation setup of Lotus Notes 9.0.1

How can I rebuild my corrupted Lotus Notes bookmark file?

Sometimes your Lotus Notes bookmark file (../Notes/Data/bookmark.nsf) can become corrupt, and this can manifest itself in a few different ways.

How to reinitialize your Lotus Notes client (same user)?

In some situations, some issues with Lotus Notes can be fixed by re-running the initial setup.

Known issue: Lotus Notes Crashes After Adobe Acrobat Professional Installed

Lotus Notes crashes after Adobe Acrobat Professional was installed or a new update was applied.

Troubleshooting IBM (Lotus) Notes Issues

This article outlines possible causes of the error message "The server is not responding. The server may be down, or you may be experiencing..." as well as other common issues that can be experienced by Notes users and provides steps for resolving them.

What are Replication and Save Conflicts in Lotus Notes

A replication conflict occurs when two or more users edit in the same document in different replicas between one replication and the next. A save conflict occurs when two or more users edit the same document in an application on a server at the same time.

What are the correct settings on a Location document in Lotus Notes?

Correct settings in your Location document are essential to the problem free functioning of Lotus Notes on your computer.

Where do I find notes.ini file on a computer running Windows 7?

In a single-user user installation of Notes, the notes.ini file is located inside the binary files folder. But in a multi-user installation of Notes (default for Windows 7), the notes.ini file is located inside each user's data folder, which by default is hidden.

Where is the Notes.ini file located on the Macintosh?

The equivalent of notes.ini on a Mac OS X workstation is called Notes Preferences file and it is normally hidden. You can get to it following these instructions.