iNotes Web Access on the IBM eServer iSeries Server

An IBM Redbooks publication

Published 11 February 2002

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ISBN-10: 0738425206
ISBN-13: 9780738425207
IBM Form #: SG24-6553-00
(206 pages)

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Authors: Deb Landon, Linda Defreyne, Mike Gordon, Gerardo Leal, Nattapong Mongkolprasit, Aditya Wresniyandaka

Abstract

iNotes Web Access is a next-generation Web client that allows you to use many of the messaging and collaboration features of Domino through a Web browser. You can work with mail, calendar, to do lists, or a journal-like notebook from any client with Web browser access -- without requiring a Lotus Notes client. You also have the option to work offline, without a permanent connection to the Domino server, or to work online seamlessly.

iNotes Web Access on the IBM eServer iSeries server is not a platform-specific implementation. At the time when this IBM Redbooks publication was written, only the book "iNotes Web Access Deployment and Administration", SG24-6518, which is based on general platform information, was available. This book extends the topics written in that book from an iSeries server platform perspective. It also includes other general iNotes Web Access topics such as single sign-on, using LDAP for authentication, and URL redirection.

You can download the book, "iNotes Web Access Deployment and Administration", SG24-6518, from the IBM Redbooks Web site (http://www.redbooks.ibm.com). You should also refer to the Lotus white paper, "iNotes Web Access Deployment Guide 5.0.9", which is available for download from the Web site (http://notes.net). We strongly recommend that you use these materials, along with this book, for a complete guideline on how to deploy and implement iNotes Web Access on the iSeries server.

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Overview
Chapter 2. Setup and deployment
Chapter 3. Security
Chapter 4. Enhancing iNotes Web Access
Chapter 5. Troubleshooting
Appendix A. iNotes Web Access features comparison
Appendix B. New features, enhancements, and fixes

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