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Setting up iNotes

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Can someone please help me.  I am having trouble setting up iNotes.  I have Lotus Domino 6.0.3 and have set up the HTTP server. I can access the server and view .nsf's but I am having trouble finding the iNotes login screen for end users.  How can i find this or do I have to make one.

Please help.
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What is the http path of iNotes ur using.
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its not available on the web as yet.  It is a default install.  I can get it to work, but it doesn't like like the version 5 one.  It looks like not all is there.
Is there something else i need.
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u can use web mail redirect and can be dowladed from sandbox
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Set your acl of the database like this

Anonymouse  - No Access
 Disable read/write public documents privelege

Now try opening the database

~Hemanth
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It is Anonymous not Anonymouse !
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Hi HemanthaKumar,
> It is Anonymous not Anonymouse !

You have something against cute little Anony mice?

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Thanks for that everyone, that link helped heaps.
One last thing, does anyone know, the v6 inotes doesn't look as good as the v5 one.  Is there something I can change without changing the template back to the v5 one.

Thanks
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