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Posted on 2006-10-24
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Do you know how to tell Lotus notes to check whether it should be the default email client?  When I installed microsoft outook I made it the default email client for a while then I went back to using notes and notes asked me if I want notes to the the default email client.  I clicked yes but by mistake I also checked "don't prompt me again in the future".  How do I fix this?
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look for the following key in your notes.ini and remove it.

DontCheckDefaultMail=1

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