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Release Notes - usage and availability
These Release Notes are available in a variety of formats and locations.
Online Release Notes:
In 'Web-browsable' and 'Notes/Domino Database' formats
- (Browsable over the Internet): View the release notes online using live web browsing (using any web browser) at the Domino and Notes User Assistance Web site. This is always the most up-to-date version of the Release Notes.
- (Notes Database format): You can connect to www.lotus.com/ldd/doc to download the latest version in Notes Database format (readme.nsf), for later viewing in a Notes client. This is the same information that appears in the Release Notes that are web-browsable directly from the Domino and Notes User Assistance Web site.
- (Notes Database format): After client or server installation, find the Release Notes in the HELP subdirectory of your Notes or Domino data directory.
- (Notes Database format): You will find the Release Notes on the root directory of your Notes/Domino CD-ROM.
Portable Document Format (README.PDF)
You can read PDF files using Adobe Acrobat Reader software. Some free Acrobat Reader software is available on the R5 CD-ROM. See the START.TXT file on the CD-ROM for details. You can download additional readers from Adobe Systems Incorporated (http://www.adobe.com).
README.PDF is available:
Differences between various Release Notes published media
The NSF-online Release Notes are more up-to-date than the PDF-online Release Notes. This is primarily due to production schedules. Also, after the product ships, updates are sometimes made to the Release Notes and posted on the Lotus Developer Domain. You can visit the Domino and Notes User Assistance Documentation site for the very latest versions of the Domino and Notes Release Notes: