Building the IBM Lotus Domino 8 Infraestructure

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  • Capacitación
  • Buenos aires
  • Duración:
    2 Días
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Install and set up the first Lotus Domino server and administrator Set up servers in the Lotus Domino domain Add Lotus Notes workstations to the Lotus Domino domain Set up the administration environment Set up the replication schedule to synchronize Lotus Domino system databases in the domain Configure intranet Lotus Domino mail routing Configure internet mail routing Enable message controls Enable server and messaging monitoring Troubleshoot common mail setup problems.
Dirigido a: Initial installation and setup of a basic Lotus Domino and Lotus Notes 8 infrastructure. Set up of Domino Mail servers in the corporate intranet and extranet (i.e. Internet) environment

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· Requisitos

IBM Lotus Domino 8 System Administration Operating Fundamentals (D8750) or equivalent knowledge, skills, and experience

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Course outline
Building the IBM Lotus Domino 8 Infrastructure
This course covers the following topics:
Installing and setting up the first Lotus Domino server and administrator
Considering deployment scenarios
Designing a hierarchical naming scheme
Installing and setting up the first Domino server and theDomino Administrator client
Creating a database to track Lotus Domino and Lotus Notes licenses
Setting up servers in the Lotus Domino domain
Creating additional certifiers for servers and users per an established naming scheme
Constructing server IDs per an established naming scheme
Adding Lotus Notes workstations to the Lotus Domino domain
Creating internal Lotus Domino user IDs per an established naming scheme
Installing the Lotus Notes client software
Setting up the Lotus Notes workstation
Making user groups
Specifying desktop settings using policies
Setting up the administration environment
Specifying administration preferences
Allowing and restricting server access
Making administrators access to the Domino Directory
Recording server activity in the Domino Server Log file
Setting up the replication schedule to synchronize Lotus Domino system databases in the domain

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Creating a Form />
Configuring intranet Lotus Domino mail routing
Creating Domino Named Networks
Routing mail between Domino Named Networks
Scheduling mail routing
Configuring internet mail routing
Enabling SMTP routing
Configuring basic and advanced settings for SMTP routing
Restricting mail flow to and from the Internet
Enabling message controls
Controlling mail delivery
Setting mail restrictions
Creating whitelist and blacklist filters
Implementing message disclaimers
Enhancing transfer performance
Enabling mail journalling
Understanding how mail rules are executed
Creating mail rules
Stopping the processing of mail rules
Using the blacklist tag and whitelist tag mail rule conditions
Establishing mail quotas
Archiving mail using policies
Controlling Inbox size
Enabling server and messaging monitoring
Testing mail routing
Enabling message tracking
Monitoring mail delivery and mail statistics
Enabling message recall
Troubleshooting common mail setup problems
Testing mail connections
Restarting the Router
Forcing mail to route
Managing dead and undelivered mail