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Old Dec 29, 2012, 12:03 PM   #1
PrashanthVs
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Lotus Notes overwriting Apple Notes

Am using Mountain Lion. While trying to install Lotus Notes, my default 'Notes' which comes with mountain lion got overwritten, because of similar name. Now, i had created a folder named 'LotusNotes' and had moved 'Notes.app'(Lotus notes.app) into this folder.

My question here is, how do i bring back the default 'Notes.app' that comes with Mountain Lion.
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