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Lotus Notes IE 3.0 message

Posted on 2000-04-30
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I've updated Internet Explorer. Now, when starting up Notes, I get this message "Internet Explorer 3.0 or greater is not available. Please verify the Internet browser entry in your current location document ir contact your system administrator for more intormation". How can I get rid of this? I use IE 5!
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Go to 'file-mobile-edit current location' menu.  There is a field called 'Internet Browser' choose other, and then choose the location (or path) of the ie.exe file (I think it might be in Program Files/Plus/IE), save and exit.  If you are using R5, then click on the 'Internet Browser' tab to get to that field.

-Gus
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Wow, never thought of that field - thanks!
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