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When a user is logged on to the server, the Lotus Notes connector works, but when the user logs off the server, the Lotus Notes connector does not work. If there are no users logged on to the server, the following event ID message is logged in the Application event log:
Operation stopped at your request.If the error occurs with the Lotus Notes Calendar Connector, the following event ID message is logged in the Application event log:
Event ID: 2001
To resolve this problem, create a new system environment variable using the following information, and then restart your computer:
Name: NOTESNTSERVICEFor additional information about how to modify a system environment variable, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310519/EN-US/ )HOW TO: Manage Environment Variables in Windows XP
This problem occurs when Lotus Notes is run as a service, although the specific reasons have not yet been determined.
For more information, visit the following Lotus Web site:
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Microsoft continues to update the tools that support interoperability among Lotus Domino R5 and Lotus Domino 6, Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, and Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory. The updated tools for Lotus Domino replace the following tools that are included with Exchange Server 2003 and with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/interopmigration/bb403105.aspxThese updated tools provide additional functionality and address several issues that customers reported with earlier versions of the tools.
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