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> Understanding differences between maintenance releases, fix packs, and cumulative client hotfixes
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Understanding differences between maintenance releases, fix packs, and cumulative client hotfixes
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November 2, 2009
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Lotus Support has just published a great Tech Note entitled "
Differences between Notes/Domino Maintenance Releases, Fix Packs, and Cumulative Client Hotfixes
" that describes exactly that. For all who have wanted to understand this delineation more clearly, please open the link and read on.
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