Lotus Notes and Domino Network Design

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Maximize Notes' and Domino's value for your company with tools from IBM and Lotus; Implement real-world methodologies developed by IBM for its own global network; Design your network for effective database distribution,replication,mail routing,communication with outside domains,and more; Get hint and tips for OS/2,Windows NT,and UNIX Notes and Domino server platforms; Select optimal methods for leveraging the Internet with security; Handle advanced issues such as naming standards,address books,data ...
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Overview

Maximize Notes' and Domino's value for your company with tools from IBM and Lotus; Implement real-world methodologies developed by IBM for its own global network; Design your network for effective database distribution,replication,mail routing,communication with outside domains,and more; Get hint and tips for OS/2,Windows NT,and UNIX Notes and Domino server platforms; Select optimal methods for leveraging the Internet with security; Handle advanced issues such as naming standards,address books,data repositories,and remote monitoring; Latest updates on Lotus Notes and Domino Release 5. CD-ROM: Network design and administration tools formerly proprietary to IBM; Applications to help estimate network requirements; Databases used within the IBM Lotus Notes enterprise. ABOUT THE AUTHORS: John Lamb has spent over a decade in architecture and design of IBM's internal networks. His responsibilities now include interconnecting Notes domains across IBM's global and commercial WANs. Peter Lew analyzes mail systems and security for IBM Global Network,where he is a senior specialist in Lotus Notes and Domino
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An update of the 1996 text , expanded to include coverage of the Lotus Domino server. Topics include physical and logical network design, replication strategies, robust mail routing, mail gateway implementation, dial-access options, security concepts, incorporating the Internet with Notes, examples of corporate standards for network topology, and migration to Lotus Notes from existing mail systems. The CD-ROM contains databases to support Lotus Notes users within IBM and database examples. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780079132413
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 9/1/1997
  • Pages: 575
  • Product dimensions: 7.52 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.67 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction.
Network Design Aspects for Lotus Notes.
Replication - the Heart of Lotus Notes.
Mail Routing.
Mail Gateways.
Dial Access for the Mobile User.
Security Aspects of Notes Over the Network.
The Internet and Lotus Notes.
Directory Services.
Developing Corporate Standards for Lotus Notes.
Migration to Lotus Notes from Existing Mail Systems.
Network/System Management and Administration.
Network Tools and System Platforms for Lotus Notes.
Other Notes Services Over the Network.
Examples of Enterprisewide Use of Notes.
What the Future Holds.
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