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Corrupt client file?

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I was using Notes 6.5.1 and everything has always been fine.  Today I shut off the laptop at and return to my office.  Start up the laptop, start notes and I get a error message that there is a corrupt file.  Notes opens and is usable, but there is nothing at the left hand side of the window.  The side that has calander, adrress book, etc, etc.... links.  I can not get to my workspace.  I have tried to reinstall the client, but it still comes up the same way.  Any clue what may be causing the left bar to vanish?
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It is probably either the names.nsf or the desktop6.ndk or the bokkmarks.nsf.

I would start with the bookmarks.nsf.
CLose Noets, rename i to bookmarks.old and restart the client.

The bookmarks should be rebuilt.

I hope this helps !
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It was the bookmarks.nsf - Thanks
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