When our users close lotus notes (usually by clicking on the x) nlnotes.exe and nhldaemn.exe still reside in the memory. This means that Lotus Notes hangs when they next try to re-open. This is a very intermittant problem.
To resolve this the PC will require a cold reboot, or if the user is PC literate enough, they can end the nlnotes.exe and nhldaemn.exe processes in task manager and this will allow them to re-log into notes.
Now I know there have been many posts about this problem, but as yet cannot find a solution to the problem, however the problem is most prevalent in a Windows 2000 environment.
Foturnately for some of you, ZAPNOTES and NOTESMEDIC has proved a successfull workaround. Unfortuntaly for my organisation, we cannot give these tools to the end user, and it makes Lotus Notes look most unprofessional. We have 500+ users in our organisation, and the number of complaints about Notes not shutting down properly is not pretty.
Can anyone help??