Upgrading to Lotus Notes and Domino 6
An IBM Redbooks publication
Published 22 December 2002, updated 23 April 2004
IBM Form #: SG24-6889-00
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Authors: Tommi Tulisalo, Edwin Kanis, Jean-Noel Koval, Cynthia Mamacos, Carol Sumner
In this IBM Redbooks publication, we show how to upgrade existing Lotus Notes and Domino installations to IBM Lotus Notes and Domino version 6. The chapters have been structured as a series of logical steps that you can follow when upgrading your environment.
First, we introduce the new features of Lotus Notes and Domino 6, and discuss overall upgrading considerations, coexistence issues, and interoperability. Next, we examine upgrading considerations specifically related to clients and servers. Then we guide readers through the actual steps needed to upgrade the Domino Directory, the Domino Server, and Lotus Notes Clients.
New functionality of the Domino 6 environment is presented, along with topics related to administering the new environment, including server
monitoring, messaging, security, administering clients, policy-based administration, and more. Information on troubleshooting is also provided.
This book is written for Domino R5 administrators who need to upgrade to Notes and Domino 6. Working knowledge
of Domino infrastructures and Domino servers is assumed.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Upgrade considerations
Chapter 3. Upgrade Considerations for Notes Clients
Chapter 4. Upgrade Considerations for Domino Servers
Chapter 5. Domino Directory Upgrade
Chapter 6. Domino Server Upgrade
Chapter 7. Lotus Notes Client Upgrades
Chapter 8. Monitoring your infrastructure
Chapter 9. New Messaging Administration Options
Chapter 10. Security
Chapter 11. Certificate Authority (CA) process
Chapter 12. Internet Site architecture
Chapter 13. Domino hosting features
Chapter 14. Extended ACL
Chapter 15. Policy-based administration
Chapter 16. Administering the Notes 6 client
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