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Building the IBM Lotus Domino 8 Infrastructure

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Description

In this course, you will install and configure a basic infrastructure with a single domain using an existing deployment plan. Students will also set up replication and mail routing in the single-domain environment.

Objectives

Upon completing the course, you should be able to:

  • 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

Audience

The target audience for this course is system administrators new to Lotus Domino who are responsible for:

  • 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.

Prerequisites

The prerequisites for this course include completion of :

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

Duration

2 days

Topics

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

  • Designing a replication topology
  • Creating a group for server replication
  • Scheduling replication
  • Monitoring replication

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

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