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Figure 1-3 Connection Configuration Wizard - Servers tab
12.Go to the Basics tab.
13.In the Location Type field, click Local Area Network.
14.Save and close the location document.
The following error message in the Synchronization Server message logs
indicates the need to complete this step:
*** ESM_DCA_610 ERROR Content Adapter Exception *** Public address book
cannot be found by this Notes client. Location Document - need a valid
value for Home/Mail Server, that has name and address book for the users
sync'ing with domino
1.3.2 Lotus Domino server configuration
The Lotus Domino Server, where PIM and e-mail data will be retrieved from,
must be first installed. For sample instructions on installing the Lotus Domino
Server see IBM WebSphere Everyplace Access V5 Handbook for Developers
and Administrators Volume I: Installation and Administration, SG24-6462. It is
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recommended that you use Lotus Domino Version 5.0.12 or later. Once the
installation is complete, the following configuration steps can be performed.
Verify HTTP and DIIOP tasks are always started
The Lotus Domino DIIOP PIM portlets require HTTP and DIIOP to retrieve PIM
and e-mail data. We need to verify that both the HTTP and DIIOP tasks are
started when the Domino Server is started.
1. Open the file <Domino_root>\notes.ini, where <Domino_root> is the directory
where Domino is installed on the server.
2. Search for the parameter ServerTasks.
3. Verify that the parameter values includes HTTP and DIIOP. If the values are
not there, add them. For example:
ServerTasks=<other tasks>,HTTP,DIIOP
4. Save your changes.
5. When you restart the Domino Server, you should see messages in the
console indicating that these tasks have started.
Provide full host name
For every Domino server you plan to use, the fully qualified Internet hostname
must be entered in the names.nsf file. It includes the authentication server and
any Lotus Domino e-mail database servers.
Usually the names.nsf file is populated automatically, but it is a good rule to
make sure of it, performing the following steps for each Lotus Domino server:
1. From Lotus Notes, open the names.nsf file (click File
Database Open
and select the current Domino Server).
2. Select IBM’s Directory and click Open.
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Figure 1-4 Opening database
3. In the left panel, click Configuration Servers All Server documents.
4. Double-click the server name (WEA5E/ITSORaleigh in this example).
Figure 1-5 Domino Directory - Servers list
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5. Click Edit Server on top to make an adjustment.
6. In the Basics tab, if it is not already entered, enter the fully qualified Internet
host name for the server.
Figure 1-6 Edit server - Basic tab
7. Click the Security tab. Add the Administrator group to the Create new
replicas database field.
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Figure 1-7 Edit server - Security tab
8. Click the Administration tab and add * to the Owner and Administrators
field. (Optional) Note that to access the e-mail with iNotes™ (Web access) or
from the WEA portal using the portlets, you will need to use the full user
name. Instead, if you want to use the short name/user ID, you must edit the
following information on the server: On the Security tab, in the Internet
Access section, change to “More name variations with lower security.

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