Lotus Notes connector: Notes server change not recognized


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UncleBuckle

I have been using, with reasonable success, the Lotus Notes Connector with
Outlook 2003. My company recently moved my mail database to another Notes
server but the Outlook Connector has not recognized the change. It is still
pointing to my old mail server location and I do not know how or where this
setting is modified. In fact, the Notes server address is greyed out in
Outlook's Tools | E-mail Accounts | Change dialog box. Does ANYONE know of a
way to change this setting? I have tried uninstalling the Outlook Connector
for Lotus Notes and uninstalling Office 2003. For info, Notes appears to
have an old replica of my mail database on the original server but everything
on the server indicates my mail database is now on the new server. Thanks for
any info you might be able to provide.

UncleBuckle
 
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unclebuckle

Yes that did not seem to work.

However; (I hate to admit it) a reboot did do the trick.

Diane Poremsky said:
Did you try a new profile?

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UncleBuckle said:
I have been using, with reasonable success, the Lotus Notes Connector
with
Outlook 2003. My company recently moved my mail database to another Notes
server but the Outlook Connector has not recognized the change. It is
still
pointing to my old mail server location and I do not know how or where
this
setting is modified. In fact, the Notes server address is greyed out in
Outlook's Tools | E-mail Accounts | Change dialog box. Does ANYONE know
of a
way to change this setting? I have tried uninstalling the Outlook
Connector
for Lotus Notes and uninstalling Office 2003. For info, Notes appears to
have an old replica of my mail database on the original server but
everything
on the server indicates my mail database is now on the new server. Thanks
for
any info you might be able to provide.

UncleBuckle
 

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