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What is a good resource for looking up error messages received?
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Well, a good start is the help files, lookup "error messages" and a decent number of the error messages will be listed.

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There are also other places to go look up error messages one website that I visit most often is http://support.lotus.com it gives you alot of insights and solutions to problems. Hope this Helps ;0)

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