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How can I remove unwanted Domino server entries from an open database dialog on the Notes client?

It's an old problem, but I still don't know any solution. How can I remove unwanted Domino server entries from an open database dialog on Lotus Notes client? Sometimes there are already nonexistent server names in the offering.
The dialog box for servers polls your desktop workspace (desktop5.dsk or desktop6.ndk) for any and all references to servers. Any server found, dead or alive, makes it onto the list. So, the only way to remove old server entries is to remove old server icons from the workspace. A chore and a pain for all those involved.
This was first published in August 2004

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