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Require Trial Version of Lotus Notes 6.5.4

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Hi,
I need to get Lotus Notes Version 6.5.4 (Client) for testing , but I am unable to find a trial version on the Internet,
Would anyone know where I can download it please for free.

Please no suggestions to use torrents,


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Not sure it is available anymore since R 7 and R8 are current now.

 
I'll check

I hope this helps !
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