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Does Lotus Notes Client 6.5 keep a local log file for errors? If, so, where is it?

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Does Lotus Notes Client 6.5 keep a local log file for errors? If, so, where is it?
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Yes.  The filename is 'log.nsf' and most errors are logged under "Miscellaneous Events".
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