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Lotus Domino Administration in a Nutshell A Desktop Quick Reference

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ISBN-10: 1565927176

ISBN-13: 9781565927179

Edition: 2000

Authors: Greg Neilson, Robert Denn

List price: $39.99
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Domino is one of the most effective platforms for developing and deploying e-business applications, allowing new communities of developers to enjoy its collaborative capabilities. With over 55 million seats worldwide, Domino already provided a strong foundation for messaging and web applications, and the release of R5 builds on that to make Domino easier to use than ever before. For example, Lotus Domino R5 has been expanded to interact with most browsers and other non-Notes clients, so developers can choose their favorite language to design web applications. With R5, administrators can centrally modify client configurations instead of hopping from one terminal to the next throughout the…    
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Book details

List price: $39.99
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/5/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 372
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.144
Language: English

Greg Neilson has over 11 years of IT experience. He has worked with Lotus Notes/Domino since 1993 and has deployed it on various platforms, including Windows NT, OS/2, AS/400, AIX, Solaris, and Linux. He is certified as an CLP Domino R5 Principal System Administrator and a CLP Domino R5 Principal Application Developer. He also has an MCNE and MCSE+I.

Notes and Domino Overview
The Basics
Product Background and Version History
Domino R5 New Features
A Sample Implementation
International Versions of Domino
Domino Directories
Domino Directory
Directory Catalog
Directory Assistance
LDAP Support
Domino Databases
Database Templates
Database Properties
Domino Mail Architecture
Calendars and Scheduling
Internet Mail Clients (POP3, IMAP)
Shared Mail
Domino as a Web Server
Domino URLs
Domino Administration Tools
Domino Administrator
User Registration
User Registration from a Text File
Web Administrator
Using the Administration Process (AdminP Task)
Monitoring Domino
Statistics and Events
Mail Tracking
Log Databases and Files
Supporting the Notes Client
The New R5 Design
Basic Notes Configuration
Remote Connection
Other New Features
EasySync: Synchronize Notes with PalmPilots
Common Notes Keyboard Shortcuts
Configuring DECS
Using the DECS Administrator Database
Domino for Microsoft IIS
IIS Configuration
Internet Cluster Manager (ICM)
Clustering Basics
ICM Overview
Creating a Cluster and Configuring the ICM
R4/R5 Coexistence and Migration
Upgrade Considerations
Suggested Upgrade Sequence
Domino Server Tasks and Console Commands
Domino Server Tasks
Domino Server Console
Domino/Windows NT Integration
Using InstallShield's Silent Installation Option
Domino for AS/400
Domino on Linux
TCP/IP Ports
Web Links
Domino Updates: QMRs and QMUs