Set Lotus Notes to start in local server by default

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Lotus Notes 7.x
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when i start my lotus notes they start in other server, i want to start lotus by default in local server. i try to change database but changes for temporary period. please help me
ASKED: April 2, 2009  5:16 AM
UPDATED: July 17, 2009  2:39 AM

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First, you should already created a local replica and also set schedule replication…Once done it, from the File menu, goto Mobile, and choose Edit Current location. Select “Mail” tap, and change mail file location to Local. That should do.

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  • Ledlincoln
    Or does Kshk want mail on local server rather than his/her local workstation?
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  • Kelvinsw
    Mmm...If that is the case, maybe he should get to his current location again, double check home/mail server. Or otherwise, from your workspace. select the database, click on the drop down menu. and select manage list and remove those server you don't want...
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