After migrating to Lotus Notes 8.5 I still get the Lotus Notes 6.5 welcome page

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After migrating to Lotus Notes 8.5 I still get the Lotus Notes 6.5 welcome page. How can I get rid of that?

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Windows 7 on an HP EliteBook 8560w

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The Welcome page would mean that the Local Bookmarks.nsf did not get upgraded. Recreate the bookmarks.nsf to revert the HOMEPAGE.

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  • Gabe9527
    Have you changed to Template of your mail file? If you have and it is not updated make sure that this document in your mail file is not set to not update.
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  • Abushahd
    You must have ran the commands on the " Server Console" : Load convert -d mail * mail85.ntf To upgrade the Templates of all databases & mailboxes then Load compact -c mail In order to upgrade the ODS of the databases to 51 Thanks
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  • Gabe9527
    to update the ODS you must add the following entry into the Notes.ini of the servercreate_R85_databases=1
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