Created by Anonymous on 10/15/2006. Modified: 10/15/2006 08:36 PM


The server is not a known TCP/IP host



This message was given for DNS or network connectivity(port/firewall etc.) issues. Try pinging the server by hostname and/or IP(as applicable).

Deep on 02/14/2007 05:44 AM

guz someone help m getting this error message when trying to open my lotus notes mail "The server is not a known TCP/IP host".

wat cud be the cause and solution of this?

gyga on 11/02/2007 09:57 AM

check your mouse

Remedy on 05/16/2008 03:16 PM

Basically you do not have network connections.. or worse your mail server is down but unlikely it will not happen.

Remedy on 05/19/2008 09:53 AM

Rebooting fixes this 99% of the time.

Mpau0516 on 02/02/2009 10:59 AM

There is a possibility that the location document is set to Island or Offline depending on which Notes release you are running. When on Island or Offline, no TCP/IP ports are available to the client. A ping would find the server but a trace in the Notes client would not.

Domino Admin on 04/21/2009 02:13 PM

Try pinging the server and open the server in the following way.

Hit on Ctrl + O and open the server by using the Ip address

Ash on 05/17/2010 06:11 AM

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