What is Domino Domain and Domino Directory?

A Domino domain is a collection of Domino servers and users that share a common Domino Directory. The Domino Directory is a directory of users, servers, groups, and other entities. The primary function of the Domino domain is mail routing. Users‘ domains are determined by the location of their server-based mail files.

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Domino Messaging Server
This is the Domino server that provides messaging services. It allows access to the messaging and calendar functions of Domino. This option includes the partitioning feature that allows customers to have multiple instances of Domino servers on the same machine. Note that it does not include support for application services or Domino clusters. Use this server for e-mail, calendar and scheduling, and if you do not need clustered servers.

Domino Enterprise Server
The Domino server that provides both messaging and application services, with support for Domino clusters. It provides access to full collaborative functions of Domino as well as the messaging and calendaring features of the Domino Messaging server. Use this server for applications and messaging and if you need clustered servers.

Domino Utility Server
The Domino server that provides access to application services only, with support for Domino clusters. Note that it does not include support for messaging services. The Domino Utility Server is a new installation type for Lotus Domino 6 that removes client access license requirements. Use this server for applications where mail is not required.

First server Setup
The Domino server is supported on Windows NT /2000,several types of Unix (including Sun Solaris, HP-UX, and IBM AIX), AS/400,OS/2, and Linux. Before you install and set up the first Domino server, you must plan server and organizational naming and security. You must understand your existing network configuration and know how Domino will fit into the network Run the setup program by selecting SETUP.EXE from your server install directory (either from a CD or a local drive); click Next for the next screen.

License Agreement screen
Use the Page Down key to read the complete license agreement. If you agree click Yes, which is selected by default.

Specify your registration information, such as your name and your company’s name, and click next to continue.

Select the installation directory for both your program directory and your data directory. Click Next to continue.

Select the type of Domino server to install. Choose among the three displayed server installation types. The default setting is Domino Messaging Server; in our case we selected the Domino Enterprise server.

End of Domino installation.
The Domino install process is ready to install code. You can specify a Program group where you can launch your Domino server later if you don’t want to start it as a service. By default the selection is Lotus Applications. Click Next to complete the installation process.

After the progress bar reaches 100%, the Congratulations screen is displayed. Click Finish to exit the installation.

Click Start->Program->select Lotus Domino Server. Since we are configuring first server so select first option. you need to configure the server. Click Next First or Additional server Set up First server or Stand-alone server this will setup a new Domino server and new domino domain Setup an additional server this will setup an additional server into an existing Domino Domain.Configuring the First Server The installation setup is the first process. After you complete the installation. Click Next. . This requires that the server is already registered in the Domino Directory.

Setup recommends that you use the computer’s host name as the server name. Domino domain can be the same as the Organization name. (Title is optional) Choose your Organization name. The organization is usually your company name. . Choose the domino domain name.Provide server name and Title you must provide unique name for your domino server.

.Specify an Administrator name and Password To create the Administrator's id. Basic notes and Domino services are setup by default (you always choose these option later in the Domino Directory). You can use name of specific person or a last name only to create a generic Administrator ID that can be used by several people. Internet services to the Domino server Select the Internet services this domino server will provide. you must provide administrator’s name and Password.

Add LocalDomainAdmins group to all databases and templates.Domino Network settings. To increase the security and prevent unauthenticated access of database from the Internet. Setup automatically detects the port on this computer. setup recommends configuring Access Control List of all databases and templates to prohibit Anonymous access. . For better manageability and Administration. Prohibits Anonymous access to all database and templates. Secure Your Domino server. setup will add the system group “LocalDomainAdmins” with “Manager” Access to all databases and templates Click Next. To additional port Click Customize.

Click on Finish to Complete Server Configuration.Click on Setup Setup will start. Notes Client Setup .

EXE from Lotus Notes Release 6. . Shared installation •This option installs all program files to a file server while the users' data files reside on their local workstations. Select / De-select options as required. Multi-user installation •This option is available only for Notes client installation. Single Client Installation steps. Automated client installations (silent installation) •This option can be used with or without a transform file depending on whether you want to customize the silent installation. •This installation is usually done from the CD or from files placed on the network. Wait for the status bar to complete 100%.5CD • Accept License Agreement.Domino has several methods of installation.  Single User Client Installation. Run SETUP. Multi-user installation is not available for installing the Domino Administrator client or Domino Designer. Enter User name and Organization. Installation path selection. Click on Install to begin the Installation.

or you can connect by using a phone line. You can connect directly to a Domino server if you are on a local area network (LAN). and your password. Enter your name and domino server name and “I want to connect to Domino server”. your user name (or have your ID file). Domino server network information. De-select the Instant Messaging and Click Next. Enter the Domino server name. Specific Network Information and Server address (Host name or IP address). Enter the password for user. Client Configuration To configure client you must usually know the name of your server.Click on Finish to complete the Installation. .

Click Finish. and type password. Open Domino Administrator to the Configuration tab and select the Registration…. The ‘Use the CA process’ option to allows you to specify a certifier without access to the certifier ID file or certifier password. Select a Registration server----this should be the server that contains the certification log.ID) Select the certifier ID to use o register the OU.Organizational Unit tool When you register an OU. you use either the O or OU to certify the OU’s ID file. you only use the O (the CERT. Click on OK .Select the services you would like to configure. In this case. Organizational Unit Registration To create an Organizational unit (OU).

If you are creating a certifier ID for an off-site administrator. Certifier password  A case-sensitive password for the certifier. Organizational Unit: A name for the new organizational unit. Set ID File (Optional) Click the Set ID file button if you want to change the location where Domino stores the certifier ID. enter that . Domino sets the default value to 10. Mail certification requests to (Administrator)  The name of the administrator who handles recertification requests. Password Quality Scale  Level of complexity and variety of characters entered for the password. The name specified here appears in the Certifier document in the Domino Directory. The characters you use for this password depend on the level set in Password Quality Scale. By default the ID is stored in C:\.Enter the Certifier Password Register Organizational Unit Certifier Select the Registration Server Select which certifier ID to use to register the new certifier ID.

You can use the Register People tool from the People and Groups tab or the Registration. •The Administration server.. password and other basic information for the new user. If you have not defined a registration server in Administration Preferences.INI file.administrator's name in this field. select the server that registers all new users. Basic Registration When you use the Basic Registration many Option are set by default. this server is by default one of these: •The local server if it contains a Domino Directory. You may also migrate users from other system. You can register users using either the O certifier or any OU certifier. User Registration It is highly likely that you will have more users than just your self in an Organization. Person tool from the Configuration tab to register new user into Organization. Informations in the Basic registration Registration Server Click Registration Server to change the registration server. Comment (Optional) Text that appears in the Comment field of the Certifier document.. •The server specified in NewUserServer setting of the NOTES. In this you should provide name. Click On register to register the OU.. . so you will need to register user. Location (Optional) Text that appears in the Location field of the Certifier document. and then click OK.

Doing so enables the Roaming tab. . Click "Synch Internet password with Notes ID password" to make the Internet password in the Person document the same as the Notes password. To change the Short name or Internet address. The user's first and last names and (if necessary) middle name. Click Password options to set a level for the password in the Password Quality Scale. Select the explicit policy to apply to this user. click the appropriate space and enter the new text. Middle name. The default level is 8. Password options. Click to create a Notes ID for this person during the registration process. Explicit policy.First name. Mail system. Click the check box "Set Internet password" to give Internet users name and password access to a Domino server and to set an Internet password in the Person document. The user's Short name and Internet address are automatically generated. Create a Notes ID for this person. This is a requirement for users who want to use Domino Web Access to read encrypted mail or work offline. Enable Roaming for this person. Last name. Click to change the user's mail system from the default of Lotus Notes to an Internet-based system or Domino Web Access. Click to enable roaming capabilities for this user.

where the user wants mail to be sent. and the location. Choose one of the available mail types and complete the necessary associated fields: •Lotus Notes (default) •Other Internet •POP •IMAP •Domino Web Access •Other ∗ None If you select Lotus Notes.Import Text File. With advance registration you can Internet domain. the Internet password is set by default. If you select Domino Web Access. mail server and other items. enter a forwarding address. POP. you can change other user registration selections to Domino Web Access defaults by clicking Yes when prompted. The user's mail server. If you select Other Internet. Mail Tab Mail system. Advanced Registration You can also choose Advance Option and complete all the configuration yourself. the Internet address is automatically generated. POP. or IMAP. If you have not defined a mail server in . This address is the user's current address. If you select Other or Other Internet. and password. Mail server. mail file name. or IMAP. Use this button if you registering users via a text file.

NTF). Click to enable.nsf. Mail file template. For a description of the template. . name are Create file now/Create file in background. Mail file name. otherwise. Set warning threshold. Mail file owner access. Set database quota. Click to open the Mail Replica Creation Options dialog box on which you can select the servers to which the mail file will replicate. By default. Mail file replicas. This option only applies to clustered servers. all other users have no access. Click to generate a warning when the user's mail database reaches a certain size. Click to generate a full-text index of the mail database. mail users have Editor with Delete documents access to their own mail files. select the template and click About. The default is Mail(R6) (MAIL6. and then specify a size limit (maximum of 10GB) for a user's mail database. this server is (by default) the local server if it contains a Domino Directory.Creating mail files in the background forces the Administration Process to create the files and saves time during the user registration process. Create full text index. it is the Administration server. Create file now (default) Create file in background .Administration Preferences. A mail template from the list of available mail templates. Select the level of access in the access control list to assign to the user of the mail database from the Mail file owner access list. This option can be used to prevent mail users and/or owners from deleting their own mail file. By default. the path and file mail\<firstinitial><first7charactersoflastname>.

select the new ID. The format of the Internet address. enter the password. Location for storing user ID. Certifier ID. To change to a different certifier ID. Separator. The domain to be used in the Internet address. Security type. North American is the stronger of the two types. RobinRutherford@Acme. Click to create a Notes ID for this user. Choose either North American or International. The character inserted between names and initials in the Internet address. Address name format. . The Internet e-mail address assigned to this user. Click to use the Lotus Domino 6 server-based certification authority (CA) to register this user. The certifier ID and password will not be needed to complete the user registration process if you use the Lotus Domino 6 CA. ID Info Tab Create a Notes ID for this person. Certification expiration date.Address Tab Internet address. Use CA process.com. Internet Domain. The default format is FirstNameLastName@Internet domain without a separator -.for example. click Certifier ID. The default is None.  The default is two years from the current date. The security type determines the type of ID file created and affects encryption when sending and receiving mail and encrypting data. and then click OK.

Roaming Server. This determines the default Personal roaming folder for each user. Personal roaming folder. This option is only available with Domino Web Access Group Tab Assign person to groups Selected groups Roaming Tab Put roaming user files on mail server. The subdirectory that contains the user's roaming information.In Domino Directory (default). Sub-folder format. . In mail file. In file(default location: datadirectory>\ids\people\user. but you can customize it. Click Roaming Server to open the Choose Roaming User Files Server dialog box on which you specify the server that stores the user's roaming information. The ID file is stored as an attachment to the user's Person document. By default.  If you select Put roaming user files on mail server. Click to store the user's roaming information on the same server used for mail.id). this is based on the sub-folder format you specify. the Roaming Server defaults to the user's mail server.

files now/Create roaming files in Create file now – Default. A word that distinguishes two users who have the same name and are certified by the same certifier ID. The certifier ID used to register this user must contain the alternate name language for it to appear . Create roaming files in background . This option only applies to clustered servers. Choice of alternate name language. Alternate name language. This setting allows the local administrator to edit Person documents. Unique org unit.Create roaming background. Local administrator. Clean-up will only occur on clients that have been installed and configured for multiple users. Name of an R5 User Setup profile to assign. The name of a user who has Author access to the Domino Directory but who does not have the UserModifier role. Departmental or geographical location of the user. Roaming Replicas. Other Tab Setup profile. Clean-up option.Click to create the user's roaming files the next time the Administration Process runs. Location. Choose one of the following roaming user client clean-up options.

type. When Creating a Group. Opens the "Add Person to Windows NT/2000" dialog box on which you can specify whether to add the user to Windows NT and/or the Windows 2000 Active Directory. you must give the group name. Choose a preferred language for the user. ‘Mail Only’ groups are used for e-mail purpose only. They can be used for access control and Email purpose. and for mailing use you will want to have variety of group available in your Domino Directory. and select the name of the Windows NT/2000 group to which you are adding the user. Access Control List. The alternate name of the user. Using Groups For ease of in your Access Control List. ‘Multi-Purpose’ groups are the default group type. server documents. Alternate name. and members. They can not be used for e-mail purpose. Group Type Multi-Purpose. ‘Access Control List’ groups are used for database and server access authentication only. Enter the Windows account name for the user. Windows User Options. They cannot be used for Access Control List (ACL). You can create Groups view by opening and selecting the Add Group action button or using create Group tool.here. Mail Only. A word that distinguishes two users who have the same name and are certified by the same certifier ID. Alternate org unit. Preferred language. .

Notes Named Network Notes Named Characteristics: Networks are determined by two The Same protocol. Click the Configuration tab. enter a new name for the server's Notes named network. Constant connectivity. ‘Server Only’ groups can be used for connection documents and in the Domino Administrator purposes. Expand the Server section in the view pane. ‘Deny List Only’ groups are used for server access control only. A Notes named network is a grouping of servers that share a LAN protocol and are connected by a LAN or by modem connections. The name can include space .  If the two servers are in the same Notes named network. In the Notes Network field for each port.BOX file on the recipient’s server. Click Edit Server. Click Current Server Document.BOX file on the sender’s server to the MAIL. and then click the Ports . Configuring Notes named network From the Domino Administrator. They are only visible to administrators They can not be used for any other purpose. the Router immediately routes the message from the MAIL.Notes Network Ports tab. select the server you just set up. Client’s Domain Bookmarks for grouping Deny List Only.Server Only.

characters.  Click Save and Close.

Connection Document
Connection documents have two parts, a network part and a

schedule part. The network part defines the connection: which server to connect to and how that connection is made. The schedule part determines when to perform activities such as replication and routing to a particular server. If the two servers are in different Notes named networks, the Router on the sender’s server needs to find a connection between the two networks.
A Connection document specifies the sending and receiving

servers, when and how to connect, and what tasks — such as, replication and mail routing — to perform during the connection. Connection documents specify connections in one direction and are generally found in pairs. For example, one Connection document schedules a connection from Server A to Server B, and another Connection document schedules a connection from Server B to Server A. After the Router finds a connection between the two Notes named networks, it routes the mail to the next server along the connection path.
Creating Connection documents  From the Domino Administrator, click the Configuration tab. Click Server, and then click Connections.  Click Add Connection. Complete the following Fields •Connection Type •Source server

•Source domain •Use the port (s): •Usage priority : •Destination server •Destination domain •Optional network address.

Routing Table
When you start the Router on a server, it gathers

information from the Connection, Domain, and Server documents in the Domino Directory. When a user sends mail to a recipient in the local domain, the Router looks in the Domino Directory (or a secondary directory) for the recipient’s Person document, which lists the recipient’s home server. The Router consults the routing table to determine the optimal (least-cost) path to that server and routes the message along that path.
The Router uses information in Server, Domain, and

Connection documents to create the routing tables. A LAN connection has low cost; a dialup modem connection has high cost. By default, each LAN connection has a cost of 1, while each dialup modem connection has a cost of 5 The routing tables reside in memory and are dynamic. When you restart the server or modify a Connection, Server, Configuration Settings, or Domain document, the Router rebuilds the routing tables.

Router Tasks
load router The Router task starts and begins routing and delivering mail

Tell Router Delivery Stats Shows Router delivery statistics. Tell Router Show Queues  Shows mail held in transfer queues to specific servers. >tell router quit/Exit This shuts down the Router. Mail accumulates in MAIL.BOX, since
other servers and clients continue to deposit mail, but the Router does not deliver or transfer the messages.

Tell Router Compact Compacts MAIL.BOX and cleans up open Router queues. You can use
this command to compact MAIL.BOX at any time. If more than one MAIL.BOX is configured for the server, each MAIL.BOX database will be compacted in sequence. By default, MAIL.BOX is automatically compacted at 4 AM.

Tell Router Update Config Updates the server's routing tables to immediately modify how
messages are routed.

MAIL.BOX
Domino mail servers use a MAIL.BOX database to hold

messages that are in transit. Mail clients and other servers use SMTP or Notes routing protocols to deposit messages into MAIL.BOX. The Router on each server checks the address of each message in MAIL.BOX and either delivers the message to a local mail file or transfers it to the MAIL.BOX database on another server. The Router on the server reads the messages and either delivers them to a mail file on that server or transfers them to the MAIL.BOX database on another server.

can Commonly used Mail Protocols SMTP (Simple Mail Transport Protocol)  Specifies a protocol for sending e-mail messages between hosts.Basics tab. Any host that supports SMTP can also act as an SMTP relay. . click the Configuration tab and expand the Messaging section. Most e-mail systems that send mail over the Internet use SMTP to send messages from one server to another. You Configure a maximum of ten mailboxes.If this field is blank.BOX databases provides failover in the event that one MAIL. and increases server throughput. in which case it can forward messages to another SMTP host. it can be thought of as sending e-mail messages to users between domains.BOX databases removes contention for MAIL. Select the Configuration Settings document for the mail server or servers you want to restrict mail on and click Edit Configuration. Click Configurations. Having multiple MAIL.you can improve server performance by creating multiple MAIL. allows multiple concurrent processes to act on messages.BOX databases Make sure you already have a Configuration Settings document for the server (s) to be configured. In addition. SMTP is generally used to send messages from a mail client to a mail server. Click the Router/SMTP .  From the Domino Administrator. To create multiple MAIL.BOX databases on a server.BOX becomes corrupted. although with the use of Domain Name Service (DNS) and Mail eXchange (MX) records. one mailbox is used.BOX. Complete the ”Number of Mailboxes” field and then save the document Note:. Using multiple MAIL.

IMAP4. 7 days a week. for example. the e-mail addressed to the users on these systems is sent to a central e-mail post office system where it is held for the user until they can pick it up. and sort and manage the e-mail in server-side folders. version 4. The Post Office Protocol. With IMAP.POP (The Post Office Protocol). POP3 allows a user to log onto an e-mail post office system across the network. while others may be connected to a LAN with a permanent connection but may not always be powered on. used by e-mail clients to retrieve e-mail messages from a mail server and work with the mailboxes on the server. Some users dial into a service provider on an as-needed basis. allows mail to be downloaded. is similar to POP3 but offers additional and more sophisticated features. and optionally allows the user to delete the mail located on the central post office system. In cases such as these. Not all computer systems that use e-mail are connected to the Internet 24 hours a day. Version 3 (POP3) is used to pick up e-mail across a network. The post office system authenticates the user using an ID and password. Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) IMAP4 (Internet Message Access Protocol. . ) is a newer protocol. The latest version. it is possible to work with the e-mail on the server.

IMAP. whether you want to use Notes routing. POP3. Notes clients Notes clients access the server via Notes protocols.Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) MIME is a specification for formatting non-ASCII messages so that they can be sent over the Internet. Before you set up mail routing. SMTP routing. consider the types of clients that will access the Domino server. for internal and external messages. Domino supports Notes. MIME extends the specification by allowing binary data to be repackaged in text form and transmitted over the Internet in mail messages that are compliant with the original specification. IMAP clients IMAP clients access mail on the server via IMAP and send mail to the server . there are a number of decisions and factors to consider: ∗ How clients access the server ∗ How internal mail routes ∗ How external mail routes When you plan a mail routing topology. or both. NNTP. and NNTP. and Web clients. IMAP. POP3. Mail Routing Planning Mail Routing Domino presents many possibilities for configuring your mail system infrastructure.

The Router uses both SMTP and Notes protocols to route mail and handles both MIME and Notes format messages. For mail within your organization and local Internet domains. Web clients Web clients access mail on the server via the Domino HTTP service and send mail via SMTP using the Domino HTTP service and the Router. which are enabled by default with the Notes client. to access mail on a Domino server.via SMTP. To use Notes protocols for mail. enable: Internet client access protocols on all mail servers. NNTP clients NNTP clients access news groups and discussion databases on the server via the Domino NNTP service. Notes client access . POP3 clients POP3 clients access mail on the server via POP3 and send mail to the server via SMTP. decide how clients will access their mail files on Domino servers and how the servers will route mail to each other. Internal mail Routing. Notes clients use Notes protocols.

enable “Servers within the local Notes domain are reachable via SMTP over TCPIP” in the Configuration document for each server you want to send and receive mail via SMTP. every mail server connects to the Internet and runs the TCP/IP network protocol. . If your servers are in more than one Notes named network. the Router looks up the domain in the Domain Name Service (DNS) and uses SMTP to connect to the receiving server in that domain.protocols are enabled by default. All mail servers route mail directly to external Internet domains In this configuration. When a user sends a message to a recipient in an external Internet domain. The SMTP listener task in the Server document of each server you want to receive mail via SMTP. Each server has the setting “SMTP used when sending messages outside of the local Internet domain” enabled in its Configuration Settings Document. The option “SMTP allowed within the local Internet domain” for “MIME messages only” in the Configuration Settings Document for each server you want to send mail via SMTP. You can choose how many servers route mail directly to the Internet. To route mail to external Internet domains. External mail Routing. The Router on each server. you must set up at least one server to connect to the Internet and route mail over SMTP.

Enter the host name in the “Relay host for messages leaving the local Internet domain” field in the Configuration Settings document for all servers that do not connect directly to the Internet. . create Foreign SMTP Domain and SMTP Connection documents. To set this up using SMTP. Other mail servers route messages addressed to recipients in external Internet domains to this server. Only one server routes mail directly to external Internet domains In this configuration. one designated mail server connects to the Internet. To set this up using Notes protocols. create a Foreign SMTP Domain document and an SMTP Connection document. configure the server that is connected to the Internet as a relay host.Only designated mail servers route mail directly to external Internet domains. configure the servers that are connected to the Internet as relay hosts. Other mail servers route messages addressed to recipients in external Internet domains to these servers. In this configuration. To set this up using Notes protocols. To set this up using SMTP. a few designated mail servers connect to the Internet.

Your organization may connect to the Internet and external Internet domains through a dialup connection — for example.Dial-up connection. A shared mail database is a space-saving feature that stores a single copy of mail messages that are addressed to multiple recipients. Sample mail routing configurations These sample mail routing configurations represent typical messaging implementations. The relay host then connects to the recipient’s domain and routes the message. Use these sample configurations to help you plan and refine the messaging infrastructure in your organization: ∗ Use one server for all Internet messages ∗ Use one server for inbound and one server for outbound messages ∗ Use two servers to balance Internet mail load ∗ Set up mail routing in the local Internet domain ∗ Set up mail routing between a third-party server and Domino in the same Internet domain ∗ Use a smart host ∗ Use all servers to route outbound mail and one to route internal mail Shared mail you can set up a shared mail database on each mail server. To set up a dialup connection in your Domino mail system. however other configurations are possible. create a Notes Direct Dialup Connection document and then configure how Domino exchanges messages over that connection. . through a firewall server. Relay host You may want to route all mail for recipients in external Internet domains through a certain server or servers — for example. Set up a relay host to which the Router forwards all mail for recipients in external Internet domains. to an Internet Service Provider (ISP).

The header consists of the message’s To. The Router splits the incoming message into two parts: the header and the content. resend. cc. Users can delete. The content contains the body of the message. or Notes mail client and who have a mail file on the Domino mail server can all use shared mail. save. Shared mail works for all messages. That means that users who use a POP3. and From fields. save. bcc. and perform all the same tasks on a mail message stored in a shared mail database as they would with the same message stored in their own mail files. Subject. Each user can edit. a link between the mail file and the shared mail database causes the message to appear in its entirety. regardless of the mail client used to compose the message. How shared mail works? The Router on a server receives a mail message addressed to two or more recipients whose mail files are on that server. The Router stores copy of the header in each recipient’s mail file and . without affecting how the message is presented to the other users. edit.When multiple recipients whose mail files are on the same server receive a message. along with any file attachments. change the view or folder. the shared mail database stores the message content. When a recipient opens a message. reply. and resend the original message. IMAP. while each recipient’s mail file stores the message header.

by default. Domino deletes only the header in the recipient’s mail file. so make sure that the directory you choose has enough free disk space to accommodate future growth. The database may become quite large. it will not be able to locate the shared mail database. which is stored in the shared mail database. decide where to locate it. the header activates a link to the message content. The shared mail database must reside within the logical directory structure that is controlled by the server.stores a single copy of the content in the shared mail database. Otherwise. If you choose a directory that is not a subdirectory of the Domino data directory. the next time the server starts. the Object Collect task runs and purges the obsolete message. including the content from the shared mail database. you must create a link to point to the shared mail database. Setting up a shared mail database Before you create the shared mail database. After all of the recipients delete the message header from their mail files. When the recipient opens the message. . This task runs daily at 2 AM. The message appears as though the entire message is stored in the recipient’s mail file. If the recipient deletes a shared message. The content is not affected because it is stored in the shared mail database.

Once a message is stored in a shared mail database. Therefore. The links between the user’s mail and the original shared mail database continue to work. There are several ways to enter server commands: Enter commands from the console Enter commands from the Domino Administrator Run a batch file of console commands (UNIX only) Use the Domino Character Console to access the server console Entering server commands from the console Double-click the Domino server icon if the server isn’t running. the server’s log file (LOG. You can view the log file from the Server .The Router can only route incoming mail to one shared mail database. but the new shared mail database will store all new shared mail messages. server Commands Overview The server console displays server events as they happen and responds to commands you enter at the prompt. the server doesn’t issue a response to the console. such as Load. For certain commands. or . You can also use the Domino Administrator to issue server commands that affect a remote server.NSF) records the results of these commands. create a new shared mail database and direct the Router to use it.Analysis tab in the Domino Administrator. Instead. you use only one active shared mail database at a time. it remains there until the message is purged If the shared mail database becomes too large.

click the Server . •Choose the command from the list. and then select a command. enter the abbreviation for the server command. Note:-If a command parameter contains a space. Press CTRL+R to resume display and access to the server. You can also press the Up arrow to display a command that you previously entered.Status tab. Press ENTER to display the console prompt (>). Click Console. Domino Server Tasks Server tasks perform complex administration procedures . enclose it in quotation marks .switch to the console. Enter a server command. Do one of the following: •Enter a command at the command prompt. and then send or modify it.for example: Pull "Acme Server" To save time and space at the command line. Entering server commands from the Domino Administrator From the Domino Administrator. Press CTRL+R (or ENTER) to restore a command line. •Click Commands. Press CTRL+Q or PAUSE to stop the screen display and suspend access to the server and events in process.

Tell Clrepl Log Records information in the server log (LOG. Tell Adminp Process All Processes all new and modified immediate. Tell Amgr Run Runs the agents that you designate with these arguments: "db name" 'agent name' •Example: Tell Amgr Run "DatabaseName. by loading the task at the server console. you can create a Program document in the Domino Directory to run a task at scheduled intervals.NSF) immediately. This command doesn’t override timed requests execution time. interval. Tell Router Delivery Stats Shows Router delivery statistics.You can run a server task manually. Tell Collector Collect Runs a statistic collection on all the servers specified and generates statistic reports. Dbcache Flush . Or you can run the task automatically when the server starts by adding the name of the task to the ServerTasks or ServerTasksAt settings in the NOTES.INI file.nsf" 'AgentName‘ Tell Amgr Schedule Shows the schedule for all agents scheduled to run for the current day. and delayed requests. instead of waiting for the next log interval. daily.

data directory on the server. time elapsed since server startup. pending. memory. Load Fixup Locates and fixes corrupted databases. transaction statistics. load imap Enables a Domino server to act as a maildrop for IMAP clients. replication. and dead mail. Load Clrepl Performs database replication in a cluster. Show Stat Displays a list of server statistics for disk space. mail. Show Port portname . Load http Enables a Domino server to act as a Web server so browser clients can access databases on the server. Show users Displays a list of all users who have established sessions with the server.Closes all databases that are currently open in the database cache. andnetwork activity. and the status of shared. Load Calconn Processes requests for free-time information from another server. Show Server Shows server status information including the server name.

Show Directory Lists all database files in the data directory and specifies whether the data directory contains multiple replicas of a database. Show Cluster Displays the local server’s cluster name cache. Tell. on different networks. .INI file until you enter the password.server replication as well as workstation replication. and Set Configuration server commands or other programs that aren’t run automatically through Program documents in the Domino Directory or through the NOTES. or in different time zones. which includes a list of all cluster members and their status. Quit. Exit.to – Replicas To make a database available to users in different locations. based on information received during the server’s cluster probes. you create replicas. Set Secure currentpassword After you password-protect the console. you can’t use the Load.to.Displays traffic and error statistics and the resources used on the network adapter card or communications port. Database Replication Replication Replication is the process of keeping data in multiple replica copies of a database synchronized. All replicas share a replica ID which is assigned when the database is first created. server. There is a server.

To ensure that the content in all replicas remains synchronized.The file names of two replicas can be different. Using replicas and scheduling replication reduces network traffic. One-way replication always takes less time than two-way replication. Using Pull-Push. and each replica can contain different documents or have a different database design. replication can occur between them. Pull-only . you identify which server(s) send and receive changes. Types of Replication When you choose replication direction. Using Pull-Pull. you use Connection documents to schedule replication between the servers that store the replicas. is a two-way process in which the calling server pulls updates from the answering server and then pushes its own updates to the answering server. if their replica IDs are identical. Pull-Pull Pull-Pull is a two-way process in which two servers exchange updates. however. the replicator task on the calling server performs all the work. two replicators — one on the calling server and one on the answering server — share the work of replication. Pull-Push  Pull-Push is the default replication direction. Push-only Push-only is a one-way process in which the calling server pushes updates to the answering server.

the two servers find a certificate in common. . For each modified database. both servers build a list of the document. One-way replication always takes less time than two-way replication.Pull-only is a one-way process in which the calling server pulls updates from the answering server. Next. the two servers authenticate their identities in an exchange involving their public and private keys. For each modified database. The servers check the time when each database was last modified to see if that time is more recent than the date of the last successful replication event recorded in the replication history. and ACL changes that occurred since the last replication with the other server. and Server B checks the ACL to determine what changes Server A can make to its replica. they test each other’s certificate to ensure it is authentic. Server A checks the database ACL to determine what changes Server B can make to its replica. design element. Replication Process The Replicator remains idle until Server A initiates replication to Server B. As a security precaution before replication. First. This step enables servers to determine that a database needs to be replicated. The two servers compare lists of databases to identify databases with identical replica IDs.

design. Server B uses the time stamp from Server A to do the same. the time stamps aren’t recorded in the replication history so that future replications use the earlier time stamp. Domino removes these deletion stubs according to the purge interval that is set in the database replication settings. Source server ∗ The name of the calling server. For documents. enabling the replicator to replicate the deletions. rather than replicating the entire documents. The replication failure is recorded in the Replication Events view of the log file. Source domain ∗ The name of the calling server’s domain Use the Port(s) ∗ The name of the network port (or protocol) that the calling server uses. . the servers replicate only the fields that have changed. If replication fails to complete successfully. One of the following occurs: If replication completes successfully.The transfer of document. To save disk space. deletion stubs remain. Basic Tab ∗ Choose “Normal” to force the server to use the network information in the current Connection document to make the connection. Server A uses the time stamp from Server B to record in the replication history the time when replication was completed. For documents that were deleted. and ACL changes takes place.

Source server •The name of the calling server Source domain •The name of the calling server’s domain Use the Port(s) •The name of the network port (or protocol) that the calling server uses. Destination domain •The name of the answering server’s domain Routing / Replication Tab Replication task •Choose Enabled Replicate databases of Priority •Choose one: •High •Medium & High •Low & Medium & High (default) . Destination server •The name of the answering server. You can also specify a Group name that contains server names so that the Source server replicates with each server listed in the group you specify.∗ ∗ Connection documents for replication Basic Tab Usage Priority •Choose “Normal” to force the server to use the network information in the current Connection document to make the connection.

Fri. Mon. Schedule •Choose Enabled Call at times •The times between which you want replication to occur each day.10 PM.Replication type •Choose one: •Pull Pull •Pull Push (default) •Pull Only •Push Only Schedule tab. the default is 360 minutes Days of week •The days of the week to use this replication schedule.You can not initiate Pull-Pull replication from server console. the default is 8 AM . Sat Console Comman. Thu. Tue. •The number of minutes between replication attempts. the default is Sun. PULL ServerName DataBaseName PUSH ServerName DataBaseName Replicate ServerName DataBaseName for Pull –Push Note:. The Domino Security Model Physical Security . Wed.

This can be communications between servers. It is strongly recommend that you locate all Domino servers in a ventilated. it can be also between clients and servers. You can specify which users and servers have access to the server and restrict activities on the server — for example. Network Security Network security applies to the technologies and equipment that permit the communication of data between devices. such as a locked room. secure area.  Certain task to restrict the activities that users and servers may perform on the server are given below. Allow or deny access to a server •Specify which Notes users and Domino servers are authorized to access the server. . you can restrict who can create new replicas and use passthru connections. use the operating system to copy or delete files.Physically securing servers and databases is just as important as preventing unauthorized user and server access. unauthorized users might circumvent security features — for example. or physically damage the server hardware itself. If servers are not secure. it can be from a Notes client to a Domino server or a Web browser to a Domino server. Server security This is the first level of security that Domino enforces after a user or server gains access to the server on the network. ACL settings — and access applications on the server. In regard to the client/server communications.

Control access to a server’s network port •Allow specified Notes users and Domino servers to access the server over a port. Restrict access to the Web Administrator •Specify which Internet/intranet users can use the Web Administrator to administer a server from a browser. Allow anonymous server access •Give server access to Notes users and Domino servers outside of the organization without issuing a cross. Allow access to create new databases or replicas •Allow specified Notes users and Domino servers to create databases and replica databases on the server. Password protect the server console •Prevent unauthorized users from entering commands at the server console. Encrypt server’s network port •Encrypt data sent from the server’s network port to prevent network eavesdropping.certificate. . Secure the server with name-and-password authentication •Identify Internet and intranet users accessing the server and control access to applications based on the user name.Cross-certify Notes user IDs and Domino server and certifier IDs •Allow Notes users and Domino servers in different hierarchically certified organizations to ascertain the identity of users and servers in other Notes organizations.

ID security A Notes or Domino ID uniquely identifies a user or server. to provide data privacy. sign or encrypt mail messages users send and receive. . encrypt the database with an ID so unauthorized users cannot access a locally stored copy of the database. Domino uses the information in IDs to control the access that users and servers have to other servers and applications. One of the responsibilities of the administrator is to protect IDs and make sure that unauthorized users do not use them. you can use the database access control list (ACL) to restrict access that specific users and servers have to individual applications on the server. and sign the database or template to protect workstations from formulas.Application security After users and servers gain access to another server. Some sites may require multiple administrators to enter passwords before gaining access to a certifier or server ID file. In addition. This prevents one person from controlling an ID.

ID and password recovery If you have ID and password recovery in place. Assign multiple passwords to server and certifier IDs •Require multiple users to enter passwords before gaining access to the ID file to prevent one person from controlling a server or certifier ID. Require a password for all user and server IDs •Prevent an unauthorized user from using an illicitly obtained ID to authenticate with a server. Enforce password quality testing for IDs •Prevent unauthorized users from guessing passwords. when a user loses an ID file or forgets the password to the ID file. Lock the user ID after x minutes of inactivity •Automatically log off servers to prevent an unauthorized user from using the workstation. Using the ID file recovery feature.Following are tasks apply to Notes users and Domino servers. administrators can . Losing an ID file normally prevents users from accessing servers and reading messages and other data that they encrypted with the ID. a group of administrators can work together to recover the ID file. Recover lost or damaged IDs or forgotten passwords •Regain access to a user ID file instead of issuing a new ID.

you must set up a centralized mail or mail-in database to store encrypted backups of ID files and specify information about which administrators are allowed to recover IDs. If user IDs do not already contain recovery information. Click Address and select the e-mail address for the mail or mail-in database that will store the encrypted back up ID files. and then enter the password. Click OK. . click the Configuration tab. From the Domino Administrator. complete the procedure “Preparing IDs for recovery. Enter the number of administrators required to unlock an ID file. You can use any template to create the database. Create a mail or mail-in database on a server that all users and servers can access. and then click Certification.access to No access and give administrators Reader access. set the . You must perform these steps before anyone loses or corrupts an ID. Select the certifier ID file.” Preparing IDs for recovery After you specify recovery information in the certifier ID. Click Add and select the names of the administrators who are authorized to recover ID files.prevent this loss of access and prevent unauthorized users from illicitly recovering IDs.Default . Setting up ID and password recovery Before users can recover their ID files. In the database ACL.

the user IDs automatically contain recovery information. if you specified recovery information after generating user IDs. and then click Certification. and then enter the certifier ID’s password. How to send recovery information to the user? From the Domino Administrator. In ‘To’ field Name of the mail or mail-in database that will store the backup copy of your ID. Updating IDs with recovery information automatically sends an encrypted backup of the user ID to the centralized mail or mail-in database. click the Configuration tab.Accept Recovery Information. Choose Export.when you register users. Domino enters the name of the database specified by your administrator. users must update their user IDs with recovery information supplied by the administrator. Click Edit Recovery Information. In ‘To’ field Enter the name of user and groups whose ID files you want to backup. Choose Actions . How to accept recovery information in the ID file? After the administrator sends the recovery information. Select the certifier ID file. open the message in your mail database. Administration Process . and then enter the password. However. and then enter your password.

Administration Requests database The Administration Process primarily interacts with the Administration Requests database. and store Internet certificate ? Mail-file-management tasks. recertify users. delete server name. You specify an Administration server for the Domino Directory and for each database. For example. if you delete a user. When other servers start. locates and removes the user’s name from ACLs. the first Domino server you set up in a domain is the administration server for the Domino Directory. delete group. the Administration Process locates that user’s name in the Domino Directory and removes it. and place network protocol information in Server document Administration servers Administration servers control how the Administration Process does its work. and makes any other necessary deletions for that user. if the Administration Requests . such as delete mail file. platform. The Administration Process automates following tasks: ? Name-management tasks. which is created on the administration server for the Domino Directory when that server starts for the first time. delete person. rename group.The Administration Process is a program that automates many routine administrative tasks. ? Server-document-management tasks. such as store CPU count.  By default. and move a mail file. such as rename person.

(Optional) Set up cross-domain processing to enable an administration server in one domain to export requests to and/or import requests from an administration server in another domain. Set up ACLs for the Administration Process. including information about the certifier ID.NSF) on the server that stores the Domino Directory in which you will initiate the name change or recertification. open the domain containing the server with the database for which you are setting an administration server.database does not exist. Specify an administration server for databases in the domain. Verify that the Administration Process is set up correctly. you must set up the Certification Log (CERTLOG. you must complete these tasks: Specify the administration server for the Domino Directory in the domain. If the Certification Log exists on another server. To specify an administration server for databases From the Domino Administrator. the server creates a replica stub of the Administration Requests database and waits for it to be initialized from another server in the domain. Setting up the Administration Process To set up the Administration Process. This log contains a permanent record of how you register servers and users. Certification Log To use the Administration Process to perform name changes and recertification's. move the Certification Log to the server containing the Domino Directory on which you are initiating the name change or recertification.  Every server in the domain stores a replica of the Administration Requests database and the Domino Directory. . This is done during installation.

NSF) on the administration server for the Domino Directory. From the Tools pane.Manage ACL. The database’s ACL is automatically updated when the Administration Process is run on the server. Choose one of these: •Select to update the Readers and Authors fields for this database. ∗ Deselect this setting and then choose “None” if you do not want an administration server assigned for the database. click OK.From the Servers pane. This is recommended. The database’s Access Control List is not automatically updated when the Administration Process runs. Verifying that the Administration Process is set up correctly Open the Administration Requests database (ADMIN4. Click the Files tab and then select the database. Complete these fields and then click OK: Choose one of these: Keep current Administration Server setting ∗ Select this setting to keep the current administration server setting. or select a new administration server from the drop down list. click Tools . select the server containing the database you are setting as an administration server. . At the prompt. Modify fields of type Reader or Author ∗ This field is active only when “Keep current Administration Server setting” is not selected. •Deselect is you do not want these fields updated. Click Advanced. Verify that the request to add the server’s build number to the Server document exists.

and do the following: From the Domino Administrator.Sixty minutes after the Administration Process begins running. users need an upto-date full-text index that reflects the latest content of a database. View indexes should be kept up-to-date so that information in views and folders stays synchronized with document updates.NSF. To perform advanced searches for text in a database. For the CERTLOG.” Setting up ACLs for the Administration Process Each administrator who uses the Administration Process to perform tasks must have the appropriate access rights and roles in the Domino Directory. give Author with Create documents access. create an administrator group of type Person Group with Editor access. For the ADMIN4. “Setting up ACLs for the Administration Process. b. (ADMIN4. .NSF). If an administration will be approving requests.  A full-text index is an index of the text in a database. and list the administrators in the group. For the Domino Directory. Complete the procedure. Choose the server whose document you want to open.NSF.All Server Documents. click Configuration – Server Configuration . verify that the “Server build number” field contains a number . 5. give Editor access. Database Management Updating database indexes A view index is an internal filing system that Notes uses to build the list of documents to display in a database view or folder. On the Basics tab. c. open the Administration Requests database again and look for a response document indicating that the Administration Process added the server’s build number to the Server document. and (CERTLOG.  Open the Server document. give Author access to most administrators.NSF).

Updall rebuilds all corrupted view indexes and full-text search indexes that it encounters. it rebuilds the view index or full-text index in an attempt to correct the problem. ∗ You can specify options when you run Updall. Updall option. From console. ∗ Updall is similar to Update.INI setting serverTasksAt2. Running Updall daily helps save disk space by purging deletion stubs and discarding unused view indexes. it then updates all databases that have full-text search indexes set for immediate or hourly updates. checking its work queue for views and folders that require updating. The Updall task. ∗ When Update encounters a corrupted view index or full-text index. instead you run Updall as needed. Update waits approximately 15 minutes before updating all view indexes in the database so that the update can include any other database changes made during the 15-minute period. so it runs daily at 2 AM. ∗ Update is loaded at server startup by default and runs continually. This means it deletes the view index or full-text index and rebuilds it. ∗ After updating view indexes in a database. ∗ Like Update. but it doesn’t run continually or work from a queue. ∗ By default Updall is included in the NOTES. ∗Load updall databasepath options . but without them Updall updates any view indexes or full-text search indexes on the server that need updating.You can use any of these methods to update database indexes: The Update task. ∗ When a view or folder change is recorded in the queue.

a few minutes after server startup is complete. When you restart a server. updates all other views. deselect “Show advanced options” A nd then click Start Task.” ∗ Do one of the following: •To customize how Updall runs. click “Show advanced options. •To run Updall without options. then click OK. the Fixup task then runs on these databases to attempt to fix any inconsistencies that resulted from partially written operations caused by a failure. click the servers icon on the left. select the server on which to run Updall in the Server pane on the left. Fixing Corrupt Database If you encounter database corruption in a database.” click Start Task.Start.Status tab ∗ In the task panel on the right. you can use any of these methods to try to fix the problem.” Do not select “Update. To expand the pane. Keyboard shortcuts. ∗ Select “Update all. •F9 Updates the current view •SHIFT+ F9 Rebuilds the current view •CTRL+SHIFT+F9 Rebuilds all views in a database that are not built.Start tool ∗ From the Domino Administrator. . specify options to customize how Updall runs. ∗ Click the Server . click Task .Using the Task .

BOX.DSK. You can Fixup on Scheduled basis using program document. Run Fixup using the Fixup tool in the Files tab — use this method to run Fixup on one or a few databases. For Eg. . but you can’t use the Domino Administrator until Fixup finishes. and any other Public Address Books located on the server. LOG.Start tool — use this method to run Fixup on all databases. you can continue to use the Domino Administrator while Fixup runs and you don’t have to remember command-line options. all ID files (including the server ID and certifier IDs).Ways to run Fixup Command Manually.NSF.  Back up the data directory on your server (for example. C:\Lotus\Domino\Data). Backing up Domino server Back up important Domino server files in case you encounter errors Following are the files need to be backed up. This backs up DESKTOP.NSF. you can easily select the databases and you don’t have to remember command-line options. Run Fixup using a console command — use this method if you are comfortable using command-line options or to run Fixup directly at the server console when there isn’t a Domino Administrator client available. MAIL. NAMES. Run Fixup using the Task . > Load Fixup options. Back up the contents of any directories pointed to by links (DIR files) from your data directory.

Troubleshooting server Crashes How to troubleshoot server crashes The most common causes of server crashes are the following: Low or depleted system resources High server workload .INI file for the server. you must shut down the server before you create the backup file. and store the disk in a secure place. Notes templates (NTF). Following your company's standardized backup procedures. back up files directly to tape or to a file server and then to tape. A damaged or accidentally changed database may replicate.INI file. If your system uses a shared mail database. back up the shared mail database (s) along with user mail files. Never rely only on replication as your method of database backup. Follow these guidelines to back up a Domino server: Domino requires that these files be open when it runs: LOG. This file is located in the system directory by default (for example.NSF. Guidelines to back up a Domino server Back up all Domino server data files including databases. Make a replica of the Domino Directory on a workstation and keep it up-to-date by replicating the local replica with the server replica. MAIL.BOX and the server ID file. Copy the server ID file to a disk. Back up any other Notes databases (NSF). the NOTES. and ID files. If your backup utility cannot back up open files.NSF. template files. and then your only recourse is to recover the database from a server backup tape. and any databases pointed to by directory links (DIR). NAMES.Back up the NOTES. C:\Lotus\Domino).

backup programs. did you upgrade to a new release of Domino or migrate new users? Other hardware or software changes.  Note any changes to these elements of the Domino environment. did you upgrade the operating system or apply a new patch? Network changes — for example. by typing SYSLEVEL at an OS/2 prompt). Operating system changes — for example. network protocol(s) and version(s) (including file dates) System level patches Server hardware Names of API programs and tasks. did you add a new router or upgrade the network software or firmware? Network interface card (NIC) changes — for example. and then stop . capture the last screen displayed on the console. upgraded NICs — or software configuration Collect system information: Domino server version Operating system version (SYSLEVEL information if the operating system is OS/2. revert to the previous configuration to determine if the problem still occurs. third-party programs. or is the NIC software driver old and the operating system new? Domino changes — for example.Software problems Network problems Changes to network or operating system environments Changes in hardware configuration — for Example. is the NIC new. gateways. If possible. If possible. executable scripts. Stop all tasks running on the Domino server. Network type and version.

refuses legitimate modem commands. which may indicate where the crash occurred.NCF . or displays other unusual behavior. check the replication history of that database for additional information.for NetWare Windows diagnostics file . Make one change at time so that you can evaluate . double-click the appropriate entry to open it.for OS/2 and NetWare AUTOEXEC.CFG .INI .NCF . If you think the hardware is damaged. If a particular database appears to have caused the crash. look for an .Windows NT Troubleshoot modems and remote connections Restart the modem and the remote server or workstation. Collect these configuration files: CONFIG. flashes the LEDs in irregular patterns. In particular. Record all entries that occurred immediately before and after the crash.INI .SYS .CMD . replace the damaged part with one that you know is working. if the modem dials invalid phone numbers. Check the Miscellaneous Events view in the log.for OS/2 NOTES. Doing this usually helps when the modem is behaves erratically — for example.for OS/2 PROTOCOL.for OS/2 NET. Restart the server. To do this.all platforms STARTUP.the Domino server.NSF file in the entry. Make sure that the modem is the correct type and model for the server or workstation. 10.for NetWare STARTUP.

contact the remote server administrator to determine what the problem is. Verify that you’re dialing the correct number. and hardware flow control settings. the telephone line. Contact your local phone company for an analog line.the effect. Check the COM port. you won’t get a dial tone. If you’re dialing from an office that requires it. hang-up. Port speed and hardware flow control settings should be the same for modems that are trying to connect. be sure to include a 1 and the area or country code. Alternatively. select the COM port you want to check. Make sure that you’re using an analog line. Check the DIP switch settings. and click COM options. If you’re sure of the number. Disable call-waiting. choose File . Also. enter 1170 as the prefix. For pulse-dialing. Unplug other telephone extensions before you make an outgoing call. be sure to precede the phone number with a 9 followed by a comma. select Ports. and option buttons on the modem. you can permanently disable call-waiting. . dial time-out. Check the modem configuration. You’ll lose the connection if someone attempts to use an extension on the line you’re dialing out on. You can temporarily disable callwaiting for tone dialing by entering *70 as a prefix for the number you dial. If the phone system is digital and your modem is analog. To check these settings.Preferences Notes Preferences.

NSF) Every Domino server has a log file (LOG. Check the Connection document in the Domino Directory. Log File The Domino server log (LOG. Make sure that it’s the correct one for your modem. the Notes\Data\Modems directory. Numerous CRC or retransmission errors indicate that one or both modems detect transmission errors.NSF).NSF) that reports all server activity and provides detailed information about databases and users . To do this. A damaged RJ-11 cord and/or poor phone line quality may cause these errors. Check the Miscellaneous Events view in the log (LOG. Try another cord and ask the phone company to check the phone line. Make sure it uses the correct syntax and is free of any spelling errors. use a file manager such as Windows Explorer. Contact the modem manufacturer to resolve the problem.Check the modem command file. Sometimes modems that use the same modem standards can’t connect to each other because of the way the manufacturer implemented the standard. and incorrect settings or responses. Check the Phone Calls view in the log. Make sure the fields in the Connection document contain the correct information for a dial-up modem connection. missing command parameters. Make sure you specified the correct directory for the file — for example. Check the operating system time stamp and last revision date of the file to make sure you’re using the correct version of the file.

The log file is created automatically when you start a server for the first time. Select the server that stores the log file you want to view. You can do the following: •Record additional information in the log file •View the log file •Search the log file •Control the size of the log file Viewing the log file (LOG. . Open the desired document.Analysis tab.on the server. Click the desired view. click the Server .NSF)  From the Domino Administration. Click Notes Log.

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