IBM; Hawker, Marion; Chavez, Liz; Lum, Hoi Yuan; Tucel, Berna; Vervecken, Werner: The Three Steps to Super.Human.Software: Compare, Coexist, Migrate. From Microsoft Exchange to Lotus Domino. Part Two: Coexistence and Migration, IBM 1999.

THEMES: IBM\Redbook | Hawker, Marion | Chavez, Liz | Lum, Hoi Yuan | Tucel, Berna | Vervecken, Werner
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YEAR: 1999
 

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Summary
Redbook Abstract
This redbook describes how to migrate from a Microsoft Exchange environment to Lotus Notes and Domino.
The first three chapters explain how to plan for and install, customize, and operate the Microsoft Exchange Connectors.
This is intended for those customers who have a requirement for coexistence between the two environments before
migrating to Lotus Notes and Domino.
Chapter 4 covers how to connect a Microsoft Outlook 98 client to a Lotus Domino server using the following Internet
standards: SMTP, POP3, IMAP, LDAP, and MAPI.
Chapter 5 shows how to connect a Lotus Notes client to a Microsoft Exchange Server using the following Internet
standards: SMTP, POP3, IMAP, and LDAP.
The later chapters focus on migration from Microsoft Exchange to Lotus Domino. The Domino Upgrade Services (DUS)
and migration wizards provided by Domino Release 5.0 are discussed first, followed by a description of two migration
tools supplied by Binary Tree, Inc.: Migration tool for Outlook 98, which is end-user based, and MailPort for Exchange,
which is administrator-driven.
This redbook documents third-party products for migration from Microsoft Exchange to Lotus Domino. By including the
tools in this document, IBM/Lotus do not solely endorse these products for use in this type of environment. Other
third-party products may be available that perform similar or equivalent functions.
The redbook was written for Lotus Domino and Microsoft Exchange technical specialists and system administrators,
customers, business partners, and the IBM and Lotus community who need a good technical understanding of how to
configure a coexistence environment between Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Domino, and how to migrate users and
their data from Microsoft Exchange to Lotus Domino.
For a detailed technical comparison between Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Domino, please refer to the following
redbook:
The Three Steps to Super.Human.Software: Compare, Coexist, Migrate. From Microsoft Exchange to Lotus Domino.
Part One: Comparison, IBM form number SG24-5614, Lotus part number CT7QTNA.


Table of Contents
1 Planning for and Installing the Microsoft Exchange Connectors
2 Customizing the Microsoft Exchange Connectors
3 Operating and Monitoring the Microsoft Exchange Connectors
4 Connecting Microsoft Outlook 98 to a Lotus Domino Server
5 Connecting Lotus Notes to a Microsoft Exchange Server
6 Migrating from Microsoft Exchange to Lotus Domino: Domino Upgrade Services and Migration Wizard
7 Migrating from Microsoft Exchange to Lotus Domino: Using the Binary Tree Migration Tool for Outlook 98
8 Migrating from Microsoft Exchange to Lotus Domino: Using the Binary Tree MailPort for Exchange Tool







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