Exchange 2003 and Lotus Notes Client

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I've have a mail account on an exchange 2003 server (OWA), can I handle the mail and calendar using a Lotus Notes Client?? Tks.

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How does someone use the Notes Client (currently, 8) to use an Exchange Server for sending/receiving email? There is no Domino server. I’ve found all kinds of info on migrating, but that is not what I’m doing. Just a Notes client connection to Exchange Server for email functions.

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  • EAJewett
    One option would be to configure the Notes client as a POP client. I'm doing that much for my personal mail. You lose some of the advantages (central backup being a key). I don't know if you are also trying to talk to a Domino server but it is possible.
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  • tjarman
    There is no Domino Server in the environment. If I were to add a Domino Server, other than central backup, would I gain anything? Wouldn't this now be redundant in the sense of having two mail servers in operation? Eventually, I'll be using the Notes Client to do some processing of email which will then have some backend processing which includes inserting a row into a SQL Server database.
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  • Ranjeetkmr
    i also have the same problem to connect exchange server to notes clients.
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  • thenewguy2012
    apparently you can use connectors between exchange and domino = from what i understand no way to bridge btw the client and server directly.
    nb: not yet tested

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997745%28v=exchg.65%29.aspx

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