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Need a concise, practical explanation about the new features of Domino, and how to make some of the advanced stuff really work? You need answers and solutions from someone who's been in the trenches. You want information from someone like you, who has worked with the product for years, and understands what it is you need to know. Domino System Administration from New Riders is the answer-the first book on Domino that attacks the technology at the professional level, with practical, hands-on assistance to get Domino 5 running in your organization.
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A good administrator has both tactical (immediate problem-solving) and strategic (planning and architecture) skills that can keep a complex installation going while making systemic improvements wherever possible. In Domino System Administration, an experienced Lotus groupware administrator shares both kinds of knowledge. For this reason, this book is the defining work on administering Lotus Notes and Domino R5 systems. If you run such a system, you'll benefit from this book.
Rob Kirkland goes light on straight documentation of features, which is a reasonable thing to do in a book aimed at people who already know their way around the Notes/Domino environment. Instead, he emphasizes how aspects of the systems (such as SMTP mail routing and the Domino Directory) operate before explaining how the administrator should work with them. This approach manifests itself sometimes in some explicitly stated procedures, but more often in prose and tables that take into account the variations among individual instances of Notes and Domino. He is also careful to highlight differences among versions, and is always quick to point out strategies for minimizing time spent on the repetitive aspects of the administrator's job. Kirkland's practical-minded text, loaded with details, will appeal to administrators as they solve problems on the job and study for Lotus certification. --David Wall
Topics covered: Installation and operation of Lotus Notes and Domino 5 systems. Extensive attention is devoted to setting up initial and subsequent servers, upgrading from Release 4.x, user registration, client setup, mail routing, replication, security, Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) services, databases, and Web services.About the Author:
Rob Kirkland is an R3, R4, and R5 Certified Lotus Notes Instructor (CLI), certified in both system administration and application development. He is also a Certified NetWare Engineer (CNE) and a Microsoft Certified Product Specialist (MCPS) for Windows NT. Rob is an author, speaker, consultant, and trainer on Lotus Notes, whose books include: Professional Developer's Guide to Domino, Special Edition Using Lotus Notes and Domino 4.5, and Lotus Domino for AS/400.
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