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Lotus Notes Backend with Windows 7 and Outlook 2010

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I'm trying to get Outlook 2010 on Window 7 64bit to work with a lotus notes backend.  Has anyone accomplished this?  I have tried to use the Lotus Damo 802 interim fix 6 but it fails to create the mapi.  Anyone have any ideas?

I got Outlook 2007 to work on Windows 7 64bit using the Damo no problem.  But, for some reason Office 2010 will not work with the Damo.
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make sure that damo is not installed into the program fiels folder and when starting it, select a path other than the users profile area.

Have got this working using damo installed to c:\lotus\damo\ and created a folder c:\lotus\username for the data files.

It is all to do with the security of files in program files and profile area when it tries to create temporary files etc.
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That did it.  Thanks.
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