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upgrade from notes r463 to r507a!

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what is the right steps to upgrade notes client from ver 463 to r507a? After upgrade, the address book, desktop environment must keep!

Any web link reference welcome!

Thanks in advance!

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you don't have to do anything it will all be upgraded for you when you run the R5 client the first time. you just have to make sure you use the old notes.ini, desktop.dsk and names.nsf in the new release. so either copy the files into the new directory or leave them in the old one when you use the same ones.
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