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Figure 3-14 Microsoft Exchange Settings Properties window
3. Select Microsoft Exchange Server, and click the Properties button. The Microsoft
Exchange server field should contain the name of the Exchange server, and the Mailbox
field should have the name of the Exchange Administrator. See Figure 3-15.
Figure 3-15 Microsoft Exchange server properties
3.4 The migration process
You are now ready to run the Domino Upgrade Services from the administrator workstation.
Be sure to log on to the Windows NT Domain with an account that has the
role (see “Verifying the service account administrator role” on page 31) for the
Microsoft Exchange site and server. This gives you full access to all accounts and mailboxes
in the Exchange server directory. In our example, we logged on as an administrator to the
Windows NT domain in which the Microsoft Exchange server is a located.
1. Start the Domino Administrator client from the Lotus Applications Program folder, and log
on using the Domino server Administrator’s user ID.
2. Ensure that you are connected to the correct Domino server. From the Server Pane of the
Domino Administrator, select your target Domino server.
3. Select File-> Open Server as shown in Figure 3-16.
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Figure 3-16 Domino Administrator client
4. Select your Domino server on which you want to migrate the Microsoft Exchange server
users. In our example, we selected MAILDOM1/itso as shown in Figure 3-17.
Figure 3-17 Select Domino server
5. Click OK to continue.
6. In the Task pane, click the Tools section. Under the People section, select Register
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Figure 3-18 Domino Administrator: Selecting Register
7. Select the certifier ID, and enter the password of your certifier ID (Figure 3-19). Click OK
to continue. If you need to register the user within an Organization unit (OU), then you may
select the certifier ID of that OU here.
Figure 3-19 Password for certifier ID
8. If you have not set up a recovery ID process, a message pops up that warns you that the
certifier does not contain recovery information. Click Yes to continue (Figure 3-20).
Figure 3-20 Recovery ID warning message
You will see the Register Person dialog box as shown in Figure 3-21.
Tip: To specify recovery information, see the topic “Setting up ID and password
recovery” in the Domino Administrator Help database.
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Figure 3-21 Register new person
9. Click the Migrate people button.
10.On the People and Groups Migration window, in the Foreign directory source field, select
Microsoft Exchange Users (Figure 3-22).
Attention: You will not see the Migrate people button if you have not installed the
migration tools with the Domino Administrator client. This is explained in 3.2.1, “Domino
Upgrade Services” on page 27.
Attention: You will not see the Microsoft Exchange Users option if you have not
installed the Exchange migration tools option with the Domino Administrator client. This
is explained in 3.2.1, “Domino Upgrade Services” on page 27.
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Figure 3-22 People and Groups Migration window: Selecting a foreign directory source
11.You are now prompted for a profile that allows you to access the Microsoft Exchange
server. Select the profile name that has privileged access to the Exchange server (if you
have one), or click New to create a profile. In our example, we used the Administrator
account. The Administrator account has the Service Account Admin role for the Exchange
site and server (Figure 3-23).
Figure 3-23 Selecting a profile for the Exchange server
12.Click OK to continue.
13.The Available people/groups field shows you the list of users from the Microsoft Exchange
Global Address List. Select the users or groups that you want to migrate, and then click
the Add button. In our example, we selected the user M.F.Hussain who is an Exchange
user (Figure 3-24).
Note: We recommend you keep the number of users to be migrated at one time to
approximately 10 users. This is due to the PC memory size of the administration
workstation. For more information on performance considerations, refer to Appendix B,
“iSeries sizing and capacity planning considerations” on page 165.