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Apple Mac Notes client will not connect to Domino Server

Apple Mac Notes client will not connect to Domino Server

Apple Mac Notes client will not connect to Domino Server

Okay, all I know about macs I have learned in the last couple of days, so please, assume I know NOTHING about macs.

I've got an NT4 Server running DominoR5, using TCP/IP.
Everything was fine, until we had to re-arrange our IP configuration.

Everything went fine except for the following:

Our only Apple Mac client can't get Lotus Notes to see the Domino Server.
The Mac can use the network as normal, and get files from the file server, etc.
I have changed the static IP in the TCP/IP settings in MacOS, and have changed every setting re: IP address in the notes client (I am Lotus Certified, so I know what I'm doing here... ;)

Any ideas ?? - could it be the hosts file (we don't have one), but it worked without one before. If it could be, what's the score with writing hosts files?

Thanks in advance.

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