• Subject: Re: Domino 5.04
  • From: Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2000 16:50:34 -0500

We upgraded this weekend from Domino 4.66c to 5.0.4, on an AS/400 
running V4R4 at cum 00049.  The only problem I had.  And it is a very 
specific problem to our location due to our using a separate package 
for Internet mail was when we changed from a single mailbox to multiple 
mail?.box.  Don't be paranoid of the multiples unless you are running 
NetTalk software.
However read the manuals carefully when you go from R4 to R5 especially 
dealing with which internet mail to select:  Domino Native or SMTP.
We've not had one call from the users regarding this upgrade.  This is 
saying a lot.





spanner@ihug.co.nz on 07/17/2000 03:59:34 PM
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Subject:        Domino 5.04

Hi guys

We have a customer who is insistent that the latest Domino QMU (5.04) be 
installed on their system.

Has anyone had any experience of loading this QMU who can share any 
experiences or pitfalls with this release on an AS/400 running 4.4 ? Cume 
level fairly recent.

Thanks in advance.

Evan Harris

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