Lotus Training Overview|
During this course you will configure traditional Notes Mail as well as standards-based SMTP mail transfer and delivery. You will set up several mail clients, including Notes, Internet mail (POP/Outlook Express), Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook, and iNotes.
This course stresses the role of directories, including the Domino Directory, Directory Catalog, Mobile Directory Catalog, and Extended Directory Catalog, and how to make them available via Directory Assistance. It also covers the configuration of Domino to support LDAP requests.
This course also covers mail security for both Notes and Internet mail clients, including how to configure SSL on Domino and to issue Internet Certificates to users for digital signing and encryption.
Lotus Training Learning Objectives
In this course, you will learn how to:
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- configure intranet and Internet mail routing using the NRPC and SMTP protocols
- set up Notes to send and receive mail, set up an Internet mail client to send mail via SMTP and retrieve mail via POP3 or IMAP4 protocols, use a browser to access mail via WebMail or Domino Web Access, and configure Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook
- utilize the various directory types for mail addressing as well as for mail transfer and delivery
- configure the Domino Server to support address lookups by Internet mail clients using LDAP
- configure the NRPC and SMTP Router controls and restrictions to improve routing performance and reduce unsolicited email
- utilize Notes Mail security features and serve as your own Internet Certificate Authority, create server and client Internet Certificates, enable SSL, and digitally sign and encrypt mail sent to Internet mail clients
- support Notes Calendar and scheduling, including inter-domain resource reservations
- configure Domino Attachment and Object Service to reduce disk space and network traffic due to message transfer, delivery, and storage
- reduce Mail database size by applying a Single Copy Template and/or use design note compression
- manage Notes Mail files using Domino Administrator with the assistance of the Administration Process
- utilize mail monitoring, tracking, and journaling features
- retain messages using archiving and journalling
- monitor and troubleshoot mail transfer and delivery.
This course is designed for new Lotus Notes users who can:
This course is part of a series of Domino administration training courses. Follow these paths to master all aspects of administering the Domino Server, Lotus Notes, and other clients.
Courses later in the series assume that you have mastered the content of earlier courses.
This course is designed for LAN administrators who are responsible for supporting mail on Lotus Domino Servers, Notes, and Internet mail clients and who:
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- are proficient Notes mail users
- have installed and configured a Domino Server
- understand basic DNS and SMTP principles
- have taken the Lotus Domino Administration Basics and Lotus Notes Administration courses or have the equivalent knowledge and experience
- ideally have taken the Lotus Domino Monitoring and Maintenance course or have the equivalent knowledge and experience.
This course is sold as a 4-day course (but there is much more material in the course than you can cover in four days!)