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Trouble using NotesSQL 3.02e connecting to Version 6.x NSF

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I have used NotesSQL 3.02e to connect with version 5.x NSFs; however, am unanle to connect to version 6.x NSFs.  Is there a newer version of NotesSQL required to access version 6.x NSFs?
If so, does this newer version also work with version 5.x NSFs, and also, where can I download it?
Thanks in advance!
SAK
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