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Good afternoon all We?re trying to get our users run on mac?s with Mail and Lotus notes on to be able to select users from our Exchange email addresses. When they go and select who to mail to, they should be able to even select users that are using only Microsoft Outlook. How can we get these two to work together? This is a big issue we are trying to sort out. No-one could point us in the right direction yet. Was wondering if anybody out there has had to do the same thing and what they did and what the outcome was? We have Exchange 2003 and then the Domino server. I know nothing of Domino but one of the other guys at work is the Domino guy. Any help would be very much appreciated ThanQ W

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You might want to look into the LDAP capabilities of Domino. If you can configure your Exchange directory as an external LDAP of Domino, it should then be able to use Directory Assistance and route mail fairly cleanly. Domino will also act as an LDAP server to outside clients (OK I’ve only tested it with searches from the Outlook Express Address Book, but we’re a Domino shop…) so you should be able to do something similar there as well to get Exchange folks talking to Domino.

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  • Karan2005
    Check this out buddy. Although there is too much, but find out the Domino Configuration Part of it Interoperability and Migration Guide for Exchange Server 2003
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  • Meesha
    Although I don't have an actual answer for you I recently came across the article below that might give you some ideas. It's not much but other than LDAP (which I prefer) and the standard SMTP/POP3 stuff, Exchange is not a strong suite of mine - it's Active Directory tends to not play nice. Hope you find a better answer; and if you do, that you let us all know for interest sake. Thanks . . .
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