Author Redbooks, IBM
Title Migrating from Microsoft Exchange 5.5 to Lotus Notes and Domino 6
Imprint Durham : I B M, 2003
©2003
Descript 1 online resource (498 pages)
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Note Front cover -- Contents -- Notices -- Trademarks -- Preface -- The team that wrote this redbook -- Become a published author -- Comments welcome -- Part 1 Why migrate from Exchange 5.5 -- Chapter 1. Why migrate from Exchange 5.5 to Domino 6 -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Why migrate? -- 1.2.1 What does migrating from Exchange to Domino involve? -- 1.2.2 Why migrate to Domino from Exchange? -- Chapter 2. Messaging options for organizations using Exchange 5.5 -- 2.1 Remain on Microsoft Exchange 5.5 -- 2.2 Upgrade to Windows 2000, remain on Exchange 5.5 -- 2.3 Migrate to Exchange 2000 and Active Directory -- 2.4 Migrate to Domino 6 -- Part 2 Planning for the migration -- Chapter 3. Migration project overview -- 3.1 The key steps in a coexistence/migration project -- 3.2 The sponsor -- 3.3 The project vision -- 3.4 The project team -- 3.5 The schedule -- 3.6 The scope -- 3.7 Documenting the business requirements -- 3.7.1 The basic requirements -- 3.7.2 Further requirements -- 3.8 The communication plan -- 3.9 Setting the expectations -- 3.10 Documenting the current messaging environment -- 3.10.1 Documenting the Microsoft Exchange environment -- 3.10.2 Documenting the hardware profile -- 3.10.3 Documenting the network infrastructure -- 3.10.4 Administration and support infrastructure -- 3.11 Developing the training plan -- 3.12 Risk -- 3.13 Plan, design, and document the new environment -- 3.13.1 Determining the characteristics of the servers needed -- 3.13.2 Client selection -- 3.14 Developing a coexistence and migration strategy -- 3.14.1 Levels of coexistence -- 3.14.2 Pros and cons of migrating -- 3.14.3 What to migrate -- 3.14.4 Overview of the migration process -- 3.14.5 Migration tools -- 3.14.6 Acquiring the necessary information for migration -- 3.15 Realigning the expectations -- 3.16 Deploying the coexistence and migration strategy
3.17 Final phase: Closure -- Part 3 Coexistence -- Chapter 4. Using the Microsoft Exchange Connector for coexistence -- 4.1 Preparation -- 4.1.1 Supported environment -- 4.1.2 General setup information -- 4.2 Installing the Exchange Connector -- 4.2.1 Step 1: Install the Notes Client -- 4.2.2 Step 2: Install the Exchange Connector for Lotus Notes -- 4.2.3 Step 3: Registering the Connector with Lotus Notes -- 4.3 Configuring the Connector -- 4.4 Exchange Connector for Lotus Notes customization -- 4.4.1 Defining import and export containers -- 4.5 Operating and monitoring the Connectors -- 4.5.1 Start the Connectors -- 4.5.2 Operate the Connectors -- 4.5.3 Monitor the Connectors -- 4.5.4 Stop the Connectors -- 4.6 Customizing the Microsoft Exchange Connector for Lotus Notes tables -- 4.6.1 Customizing the synchronization -- 4.7 Customizing for SMTP mail -- 4.7.1 Customizing for SMTP as the mail transport -- Chapter 5. Using the TFS Gateway for coexistence -- 5.1 TFS Gateway -- 5.1.1 Coexistence-related features -- 5.2 Installing the TFS Gateway -- 5.2.1 Prerequisites -- 5.2.2 Setting up Notes -- 5.2.3 Set up NT and Exchange -- 5.2.4 Installing TFS Gateway -- Chapter 6. Using SMTP routing for coexistence -- 6.1 SMTP coexistence scenario -- 6.2 Overview of the SMTP environment -- 6.2.1 Microsoft Exchange 5.5 SMTP support -- 6.2.2 Lotus Domino 6 SMTP environment -- 6.2.3 Configuring the Microsoft Exchange Internet Mail Service -- 6.2.4 Configuring Lotus Domino 6 for SMTP message transmission -- 6.2.5 Sending mail between Exchange and Domino 6 via SMTP -- Chapter 7. Using Microsoft Exchange Calendar Connector -- 7.1 Overview of the Calendar Connector -- 7.2 Installing the connector -- 7.3 Configuring the Connector -- 7.3.1 Creating a connection -- 7.3.2 Creating a schedule -- 7.3.3 Diagnostics logging -- 7.3.4 Permissions -- 7.3.5 Other modifications
7.3.6 Modify Domino server configuration -- 7.4 Operating the connectors -- 7.4.1 Examples of busy time lookup -- Chapter 8. Coexistence results - SMTP routing -- 8.1 Coexistence scenario -- 8.2 Results of various tasks in the coexistence scenario -- 8.2.1 Adding a Notes recipient into Contacts in Outlook -- 8.2.2 Adding a Notes recipient into a message in Outlook -- 8.2.3 Adding Exchange recipient to Personal Address Book in Notes -- 8.2.4 Results of sending e-mail between Exchange to Notes -- Part 4 Migration -- Chapter 9. Migrating users using Domino Upgrade Services -- 9.1 Preparing to migrate Microsoft Exchange users -- 9.1.1 Installing Domino Upgrade Services -- 9.1.2 Installing Microsoft Outlook client -- 9.1.3 Specifying an Exchange Administrator mail profile -- 9.2 The migration process -- Chapter 10. Binary Tree Common Migration Tool for Lotus Notes -- 10.1 What is Common Migration Tool -- 10.2 Installation -- 10.2.1 Set up the licenses -- 10.2.2 The five steps to migration with CMT -- 10.2.3 Configure CMT settings -- 10.2.4 Add users from foreign directory source -- 10.2.5 Select users for migration -- 10.2.6 Migrate server data -- 10.2.7 Migrate local user data -- Chapter 11. Migration results -- 11.1 Mail migration results -- 11.1.1 Welcome page -- 11.1.2 Inbox -- 11.1.3 Mail message migration results -- 11.2 Calendar migration results -- 11.3 Contacts -- 11.4 Tasks/To Do entries -- 11.4.1 Summary -- Part 5 Public Folders -- Chapter 12. Public folders for Domino administrators -- 12.1 Public Folder concepts -- 12.1.1 Public Folders defined -- 12.1.2 Public Folders and Domino databases -- 12.1.3 File locations -- 12.1.4 Exchange system folders -- 12.1.5 Public Folder structure -- 12.2 Creating Public Folders and administering them -- 12.2.1 Tools used to create public folders -- 12.2.2 Required permissions
12.2.3 Creating a Public Folder -- 12.3 Controlling access -- 12.3.1 Setting permissions on a Public Folder in Outlook -- 12.4 Public Folder replica creation and replication -- 12.4.1 Exchange connectivity and replication -- 12.4.2 Creating a Public Folder replica -- 12.5 Summary -- Chapter 13. Public Folder migration & coexistence using ecKnowledge -- 13.1 Product setup and considerations -- 13.1.1 Exchange considerations -- 13.1.2 Domino considerations -- 13.1.3 Other considerations -- 13.1.4 Application design -- 13.2 Setting up ecKnowledge -- 13.2.1 Entering the product keys -- 13.2.2 Post-installation tasks -- 13.2.3 Creating the connection between Domino and Exchange -- 13.2.4 Running the coexistence -- 13.3 Working with a blank database -- 13.3.1 The Exchange Public Folder -- 13.3.2 Migration results using a blank database -- 13.3.3 Using Domino Designer to modify the view -- 13.4 Conclusion -- Chapter 14. Public Folder migration using CMT migration tool -- 14.1 BinaryTree's CMT for Exchange Public Folders -- 14.2 Setting up the CMT tool -- 14.2.1 Preparing the tool to migrate permissions -- 14.2.2 Configuring the import of Public Folders tool -- 14.3 Summary -- Chapter 15. Manually migrating Public Folder data -- 15.1 Tools to move data -- 15.2 Migrating Public Folder data in a mailbox -- 15.2.1 Creating the migration mailbox -- 15.2.2 Setting up the profile -- 15.3 Using a spreadsheet to massage data -- 15.4 Dealing with Outlook contact information -- 15.5 Archiving or sending Public Folder data elsewhere -- 15.6 Summary -- Part 6 Migration project wrap up -- Chapter 16. Removing the Microsoft Exchange environment -- 16.1 Removing Exchange servers -- 16.1.1 Reasons to remove Exchange carefully -- 16.1.2 Reasons for leaving things alone -- 16.1.3 Additional resources -- 16.1.4 Before you begin removing Exchange
16.2 Single server, single site -- 16.2.1 Considerations -- 16.2.2 Removing the server -- 16.3 Removing a server from a multi-server site -- 16.4 Summary -- Appendix A. Exchange Connector installation checklist -- General setup information -- Appendix B. Creating an Outlook profile -- Creating an Outlook profile -- Appendix C. Comparing the features of different clients for Domino -- Appendix D. Additional material -- Locating the Web material -- Using the Web material -- How to use the Web material -- Related publications -- IBM Redbooks -- Online resources -- How to get IBM Redbooks -- Index -- Back cover
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Link Print version: Redbooks, IBM Migrating from Microsoft Exchange 5.5 to Lotus Notes and Domino 6 Durham : I B M,c2003 9780738499536
Subject Lotus Notes.;Lotus Domino.;Microsoft Exchange.;Client/server computing
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