Lotus Notes and Exchange 2010

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Good morning. I have two clients from different companies who are joining, but will stay with their different structures of mail per hour. My question is how the catalog intregrar Lotus Notes (names.nsf), ​​to make the 2010 exchange of notes at the consulting domino to check addresses. If can help I will be grateful. Att: Paul.

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Hello Phenriquesantos,

Don’t know if I completely understood your question, but here it goes:

If you want to migrate Notes to Exchange you’ll need Quest NME;
If you want to maintain both realities, you’ll need something like Quest Coexistence.

You can’t live and integrate both without paid software (like above).

For free, the most you can do e create on both servers a internal domain/policy like something.local.

Next you need to setup an aditional connector in exchange with a smart host to forward all email sent to the something.local to the IP of Lotus server.
(For this to work all internal (*@something.local) email accounts for this relay must exist and need to match up:
Ex.
In the Exchange server the address jsmith@something.local must be equal to the Lotus server jsmith@something.local

Hope this Helps,

Saturno

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  • Gabe9527
    connector for Notes to connect to a Exchange server. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=d9f3a35e-1046-47b5-b09b-bda9de60cd9d&displaylang=en
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  • Gabe9527
    Now if you are connecting from server to server there are several ways to do this. If you want to just share mail delivery you can have all mail delivered to one server and set the other as a smart host. this would mean that if the person/address is not known in the fist server the email is passed on to the smart host to check the address there. OR You can set up both servers to work seperatly and use the Exchange connector for Domino that is on the Exchange servers CD. This basically sits between the two servers and works as a converstion between both servers. This will work for mail / Calendar / addressing (using directory assitance) and will constantly run. This would give you a shared address book across both environments.
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  • Phenriquesantos
    Guys, I have to manage both environments (Exchange and Lotus Notes), the 2010 exchange client wants to access the list of contatosdo notes (address book), so that when a user in exchange for sending an email contact list to see the notes. Clear? How to do this integration? I appreciate everyone's answers.
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  • Gabe9527
    To install and set up the Exchange Connector for Lotus Notes, you need to complete these tasks: On the Domino server: 1. Register the Exchange Connector (i.e create an ID file). a. E.g. Exchange Connector/ou/cert No mail file is required!, Do not require a password. (If a password is applied/required, the Exchange connector can be configured to use that. Used in “Installing and configure the Exchange Server 2003 Connector for Lotus Notes #6 & “Configure the Exchange Connector for Lotus Notes #2”) The Connector name: Exchange Connector/OU/Cert (preliminary name) The Connector ID-file name: ______________________ The Connector IF-file password: ___________________ 2. Prevent the Exchange Connector ID synchronization (optional). a. Connector person document  Allow foreign directory synchronization  NO! 3. Create the Exchange Connector mailboxes. Use the default maibox.ntf template. a. Connector mailbox: ExchangeConnector.box b. Connector mailbox for bad mail: ExchangeConnector.bad 4. Set up the Exchange Connector mailboxes (both above) Access Control List (ACL). a. Set the Exchange Connector to Manager w. delete documents. 5. Create a Foreign Domain document in Domino directory. a. Name: ExchangeDirectory b. Gateway server: servername/OU/Cert (Exchange connector destination target) c. Gateway mailfile name: ExchangeConnector.box On the Calendar Information tab: d. Calendar server field: servername/OU/Cert (Exchange connector destination target) e. Calendar system field: ExchangeConnector.box 6. Create a new separate Domino directory for the Exchange users. Use the std. template pubnames.ntf a. Title it: RemoteUsers (or something else) b. File name: exchangenames.nsf c. ACL: Default = Reader 7. Rollout the replica of the exchangenames.nsf directory database to all mail servers. 8. Implement Directory Assistance. a. Configure the Directory assistance on all Mail servers to include exchangenames.nsf i. Check if to use/create directory assistance database locally or replicated? 9. Restart the Domino Mail server(-s) to enable Directory Assistance 10. Install the Exchange Calendar connector task (EXCALCON) on the Domino server connecting with Exchange. (this is an add-in task for the Domino Server) a. Obtain or locate the file: excalcon.exe (ships with the Exchange connector media kit) b. Put this file in the Domino executable directory of the Domino Server c. Modify the Domino server notes.ini parameter “servertasks=” to also include the excalcon task. Append: ,excalcon Exchangeservername ExchangeConnector.box d. Either restart the Domino server or manually load the EXCALCON task using: LOAD excalcon Exchangeservername ExchangeConnector.box e. To verify that the Calendar Connector add-in loaded correctly, type Show Tasks at the Domino console, and then ensure that there is an entry for Exchange Calendar Connector, it should look something like the following: Exchange Cal Conn Not Connected to Exchangeservername for ExchangeConnector.box. Stats=0 0/0 0 11. Done!
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