This guide takes implementers through design and administration of a stable, secure, large-scale Lotus Notes network. Readers learn about such topics as: naming standards; replication; e-mail; routing; security; server management; platform and protocol discussions; and how using Domino as a Web server affects the implementation.
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Utilize administration and architecture techniques not covered in Lotus Notes documentation. Maximize Lotus Notes and Domino 4.5 and 4.6 use for an enterprise environment. Integrate Domino and Notes with Intranet/Internet. Find out proven ways to secure your Notes and Domino networks. Get complete details on naming standards, replication, mail routing, security considerations, server management, protocol discussions, server and client installation guidelines, and how to use Domino as a Web server platform. Discover proven tips, tricks, and traps from hands-on experts.ABOUT THE AUTHOR Scott L. Thomas (Chicago, IL) is a Senior Network Analyst with Paranet, Inc., specializing in Lotus Notes and Windows NT architectures. He is a Certified Lotus Professional and MCSE and has been designing and configuring Lotus Notes networks for Fortune 1000 companies since 1991. Brad Hoyt is a Knowledge Systems Manager for USWEB Corporation, with specific expertise in architecture and deploying community-based knowledge management systems. His experience includes in-depth Notes system security reviews in Fortune 500 companies.Review:
". . a valuable tool for any organization planning a Notes implementation." -- Beyond Computing, 12/16/97
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Book Description Computing Mcgraw-Hill, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070645620