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Introduction to Lotus Notes Overview of Lotus Notes What are Lotus Domino and Lotus Notes Components of the Notes Infrastructure Describing the Role of the Domino Server What is a Domino Database Understanding the Impact of the Domino Directory Introducing the IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 Environment Topic A: Examining the IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 Architecture IBM Lotus Domino Architecture Client and Server Architectural Components Server Documents Lotus Domino Server Types Default Location Documents Client Types Overview of Lotus Notes 8.5 Features Topic B: Investigating IBM Lotus Domino Applications The Object Store Components of Lotus Domino Applications Database Types and Applications Composite Applications Required Server Applications The Lotus Domino Directory Lotus Domino Domains Single vs. Multiple Domains Topic C: Exploring IBM Lotus Domino Server Functionality Categories of Lotus Domino Services Core Lotus Domino Services Server Tasks Lotus Domino Advanced Services Lesson 2: Performing Basic Administration Tasks Topic A: Starting IBM Lotus Domino Administrator Lotus Domino Administration Lotus Domino Administration Tools The Lotus Domino Administrator Interface Topic B: Using Online Help Online Help Resources Topic C: Navigating in IBM Lotus Domino Administrator Lotus Domino Administrator Tabs The Person Document Groups Tasks on the People and Groups Tab Tasks on the Files Tab Tasks on the Server Tab Tasks on the Messaging Tab Lotus Domino Replication Tasks on the Replication Tab Tasks on the Configuration Tab Topic D: Setting Administration Preferences Administration Preferences Topic E: Introduction to Policies Policies Policy Documents Settings Documents Lesson 3: Examining IBM Lotus Notes and IBM Lotus Domino Security Topic A: Identifying IBM Lotus Domino Security Components IBM Lotus Domino Terminology Organizations Organizational Units Organization Certifiers Topic B: Designing a Hierarchical Naming Scheme Hierarchical Naming Components of a Hierarchical Name Hierarchical Naming Example Organizational Unit Naming Recommendations Separate Server OUs Server Naming Recommendations Server Host Names and Common Names User Naming Recommendations Planning a Hierarchical Naming Scheme How to Design a Hierarchical Naming Scheme Topic 3C: Authenticating with IBM Lotus Domino Servers Security Controls Certificates and ID Files Types of Certificates ID Files Components of an ID File Common Certificates How Certificates are used in Authentication The ID Vault Feature How to Create an ID Vault Topic 3D: Controlling Access to Resources Introduction to Lotus Domino Access Controls Access Control Lists Roles How IBM Lotus Domino Controls Access Stages of Access Control Security Using Groups Group Types Best Practices for Creating Groups Topic 3E: Determining Database Access Levels Access Control List Levels Topic 3F: Determining Workstation Security Levels Execution Access The Execution Control List Lesson 4: Examining IBM Lotus Domino Mail Routing Topic A: Introducing IBM Lotus Domino Messaging Lotus Notes Named Networks Mail Routing and Lotus Notes Named Networks Mail Routing Protocols Mail Routing Components Mail Settings that Affect Routing The Mail Routing Process Router Optimizations in Lotus Domino 8.5 Topic B: Designing a Mail Routing Topology Mail Routing Topologies Topology Types Hub and Spoke Topology Considerations How to Design a Mail Routing Topology Lesson 5: Examining IBM Lotus Domino Replication Topic A: Introducing IBM Lotus Domino Replication What is Domino Replication? Components of the Replication Process The Server-to-Server Replication Process Replication Tools The Workstation to Server Replication Process Database Replicas The Database Replication Process Streaming Replication The Field Level Replication Process Factors that Affect Replication Topic 5B: Designing a Replication Strategy Types of Replication Topologies Server Replication Types Replication vs. Routing Topologies Considerations for Choosing a Replication Type How to Design a Replication Strategy Lesson 6: Extending the IBM Lotus Domino Environment Topic A: Selecting Additional IBM Lotus Domino Services Lotus Domino Standard Services Lotus Domino Internet Security Mechanisms Topic B: Implementing IBM Lotus Domino Scalability Features Scalability Options Lotus Domino Clusters Benefits of Clustering Lotus Domino Partitions Benefits of Partitions Topic C: Integrating Other IBM Products IBM Lotus Sametime IBM Lotus Connections IBM Lotus Quickr Lesson 7: Setting Up the First Server and Administrator Analyzing a Deployment Plan Installing the IBM Lotus Domino Server Software Installing the IBM Lotus Domino Administrator Client Software Launching and Configuring the First Server Configuring the First Workstation Assigning Roles to Administrators and Servers Lesson 8: Adding IBM Lotus Domino Servers Registering Servers Configuring and Starting Additional IBM Lotus Domino Servers Lesson 9: Adding IBM Lotus Notes Clients Creating an Organizational Unit Certifier Registering New Administrators Registering Users from a File Replicating Server Document Changes Setting Up an Administrator Workstation Verifying the IBM Lotus Domino Installation Creating Replicas on Multiple Servers Lesson 10 Administering Users Creating Groups Creating an Organizational Policy Creating and Assigning an Explicit Policy Lesson11: Setting Up Server Administration Customizing the IBM Lotus Domino Administrator Work Environment Setting Access to Create Databases on the Server Setting Administration Levels Setting Logging Levels Lesson 12 Synchronizing IBM Lotus Domino System Databases Creating Server Groups for Replication Creating a Connection Document Lesson 7: Configuring Basic Intranet Mail Routing Configuring Notes Named Networks Implementing a Hub-and-Spoke Mail Routing Topology Selecting a Mail Storage Format for Incoming Mail Lesson 13 Configuring Mail Routing to the Internet Enabling the SMTP Listener Task Configuring Basic SMTP Settings Restricting Internet Mail Delivery Enabling Whitelist and Blacklist Filters Configuring Extended SMTP (E/SMTP) Options Configuring Internet Addressing Testing SMTP Lesson 14 Establishing Mail Controls Configuring Router Restrictions Implementing Message Disclaimers Implementing Mail Delivery Controls Implementing Mail Transfer Controls Configuring Multiple Server Mailboxes Lesson 15 Implementing Mail Rules and Storage Limits Creating and Activating a Server Mail Rule Enabling Mail Journaling Implementing Blacklist Tag and Whitelist Tag Mail Rule Conditions Establishing Mail Quotas Controlling Inbox Size with Inbox Maintenance Archiving Mail Lesson 16: Monitoring Mail Verifying Routing and Checking Mail Delivery Enabling Mail Statistics Enabling Message Tracking Configuring Message Recall Lesson 17: Resolving Common Mail Routing Problems Sending a Mail Trace Restarting the Router Forcing Mail Routing Resolving Undelivered and Dead Mail Lesson 18 Managing Users Adding Users Changing a User Name Moving User Mail Files Extending an IBM Lotus Notes ID Expiration Date Using the ID Vault to Secure User IDs Deleting Users Changing a User's Location Within the Organizational Hierarchy Lesson 19 Managing Groups Creating Groups Renaming Groups Deleting Groups Changing Group Membership Lesson 20 Managing IBM Lotus Notes and Non-Notes Clients Setting Up Non-IBM Lotus Notes Users Upgrading Lotus Notes Clients Managing Roaming Users Lesson 21 Managing Servers The Server Console Window Defining Backup Processes Using Transaction Logging Managing Disk Space Enabling View Logging Logging and Analyzing Activity Data Automating Server Tasks Evaluating Server Settings with Domino Configuration Tuner Lesson 22 Updating Servers Finding Instances of a Server's Name Placing a Server Out of Service Updating a Server ID Authenticating with Other Organizations Providing Internal and External Server Access Lesson 23 Setting Up Server Monitoring Examining Server Monitoring Tools Creating Event Generators Using Event Handlers Automating Tasks by Using Agents Lesson 24 Monitoring Server Performance Viewing Statistics Monitoring Server Statistics and Tasks Monitoring the Server with the Domino Web Administrator Monitoring Servers by Using the Lotus Domino Console Lesson 25: Resolving Server Problems Troubleshooting with the IBM Lotus Domino Administrator Server Console Solving Server Access Problems Solving Administration Process Problems Solving Server-to-Server Connection Problems Solving Agent Manager Problems Solving DAOS Problems Lesson 26: Resolving Replication Problems Solving Replication Problems Resolving Replication Conflicts Coordinating the Purge Interval and the Replication Schedule Troubleshooting Server Access in the Application Access Control List Lesson 27: Recovering a Domino Server Recovering from a Server Crash Enabling Fault Recovery and Automatic Diagnostic Collection Lesson 28: Resolving User Problems Resolving Workspace and Application Issues Implementing Database Redirection Resolving Connection Problems Responding to Mail Delivery Problems
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