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I would like to learn Lotus Notes however to download the demo you need a IBM ID. Is it possible to download this trial from another location? Thanks and have a great day.

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Not that I know of, but registration at IBM is free and they never spammed or bothered me in any way after signing up!
C'mon..... join the crew!
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