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Accessing location documents

How do you access the CURRENT location document from LotusScript? I am getting ready to decommission a mail server, and there is a group of users who no longer use Notes for email, but still use it to access applications. Since these users do not open the mailfile, I want to give them a stub database that they can be directed to in order to have their location document updated so that their Notes client does not try to check the non-existent server for mail.

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