Error message when using Lotus Notes

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I received a message "server not responding" and “Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) server host is not known”, an error through the Lotus Notes client. What is the meaning of this and how I can solve it?

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Error message when using Lotus Notes



Try this maybe this would do…
Network problem is the very common reason for this error. Often the desired connection is not the one set to default.
Restart your computer, let all your PC applications be loaded completely, and then reconnect.
If connection failed, try setting up a new connection.
Open Connect to menu, choose set up a connection or network
Choose your preferred connection option and enter details needed (if you choose a dial up connection)
If setting-up was a success, restart your computer and reconnect using your new connection.
If the procedure still is still a failure to connect maybe the TCP/IP has somehow become corrupted within Windows.
If you use Windows XP, simply follow this steps:
Click Start, then Run, type letters Cmd in the window screen, type netsh int ip reset c:resetlog.txt
Uninstall the modem software by running the installation CD and selecting Uninstall
If  you made the installation CD successfully run then it has refreshed your modem. Then reconnect.
If still unable to establish a connection you should contact a technical support and inform them of what procedures you have made to resolve your issue.

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