‘Page cannot be displayed’ error upon signing onto Domino Web Access

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Domino Web Access
Lotus Notes Domino
Windows 2000 Server
We have some Lotus Notes users that want to be able to check their email from home via Domino Web Access/iNotes. When the type in the address, the dialog box for their Lotus Notes username and password pop up, but they then get a "page cannot be displayed message." Lotus of my other Lotus Notes users have had no problem. Some of them that have this problem now, claim it used to work. We haven't done any upgrades to the box or software, just an occasional reboot. We are using Windows Server 2000.

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