IBM Notes Traveler Tips and Techniques for a Successful Deployment
IBM Redbooks wiki
Published 14 January 2013, updated 18 February 2013
Authors: (Sree) Haridevara Sreehari, Martin Hill, Abhishek Jain, John J Johnson, Maiko Miwa, Matt S Munse, Jenny Tsai, Vladislav Tatarincev, Peter Volkmar
IBM® Collaboration Solutions and IBM Redbooks® partnered together to bring you tips and techniques for a successful deployment with IBM Notes Traveler. This IBM Collaboration Solutions Redbooks guide shows the deployment of the IBM Notes Traveler 8.5.3 Upgrade Pack 1 through scenarios. This guide covers installation and configuration of stand-alone and high-availability deployment that can be used for small, medium, and large companies. Tips and techniques for tuning and troubleshooting are also included. The intended audience for this wiki includes IBM Notes Traveler administrators, social media application developers, and others who are interested in the specific details of deploying IBM Notes Traveler 8.5.3.
The IBM® Notes® Traveler (previously named IBM Lotus Notes Traveler) software provides mobile support for IBM Notes and IBM Domino® Web Access users. It provides automatic, real-time replication of the IBM Domino email (including attachments), calendar, address book, journal, and to-do lists. The IBM Notes Traveler software is a push email product that provides full-featured email access for IBM Notes users who use supported mobile devices, which include both smart phones and tablets. IBM Notes Traveler wirelessly synchronizes email, calendar, contacts, journal, and to-do data with an IBM Domino server without compromising the security aspects of an organization.
This IBM Redbooks wiki contains the following topics:
- Introduction: Product overview and supported platforms
- Enterprise integration
- Administration and management
- Tuning and troubleshooting
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