Where can I download the lastest Lotus Notes Client?

Posted on 2005-04-07
Last Modified: 2013-12-18
Hi:  We're currently using Lotus Notes 6.53.  Is there a URL at IBM where we can check and download the lastest Lotus Notes Clients?  Or is it something they send you automatically if you purchased some sorta of a software maintenance program from them.  Thanks
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    They just released 6.5.4 yesterday.  You can get the updater on  If you have a maintenance agreement, you shoudl ahve access to the customer download center as well.

    Note: If you do not have maintenance, you are not licensed for teh 6.5.4 update, even though the incermental installer is freely available on

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