Seen folders blacked-out in R6.5x from iNotes designed mailfile?

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Have you seen the behavior in the R6.5 Notes Client, with the iNotes6 designed mail file running on Windows 2000 Workstation of the folders in the NotesMailOutline being blacked out so you cannot see the folders? Menu option "View Goto" will show the folders, but the outline show a black box where the folders' titles should be. I think it is a Win2k OS issue, but want to see if others have seen the behavior. thanks. Michael Chase Yahoo & MSN: michaelchasetx; AIM: mchase53

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Have you tried replacing the design with the template? We use 6.5 and windows 2000 and don’t have this problem. We have a lot of strange problems that are fixed by recreating the bookmark.nsf on the client.

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  • Dhanasekar
    I too have the same environment and did not face any issues of that sort. * Look into the fix list database for your Client version to see whether this issue is already reported/resolved. * As Luis said, try refresh, replace the design of the mail box. * BTW, does this happens for all the mail boxes or only one?
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