To check the document, you can use the rich text classes that became available with Version 6. These include the NotesRichTextNavigator and NotesRichTextDocLink. The NotesRIchTextDocLink class includes the database and document IDs so you can get to the linked documents to see when they were modified. See the help document of the NotesRichTextDocLink for processing all the links in a document.
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