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Figure 1-31 Lotus Domino Server console
If the server is not running and you cannot find anything wrong with your
settings for the Lotus Domino Adapter, you might want to check that your
Domino Server configuration is correct.
8. You can view/configure logging for user activities. Click User Logging from
the left-navigation. You will see the Configure the Everyplace Synchronization
User Logging Settings portlet.
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Figure 1-32 User logging
9. You can view/configure logging for the Synchronization Server. Click
Synchronization Server Logging from the left-navigation pane. You will see
the Configure the Everyplace Synchronization Server Logging Settings
portlet.
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Figure 1-33 Synchronization Server Logging
10.You can also view/configure logging for administrative activities. Click
Administration Service Logging from the left-navigation pane.
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Figure 1-34 Administration Server Logging
Journal and Address Book
The Lotus Domino Adapter only requires you to define the authentication server
to authenticate users. However, the Lotus Notes Journal or Address book may
be on separate servers. If this is the case, you need to specify that the Journal or
Address book databases are on separate servers, and specify those servers in
the Lotus Domino Adapter portlet. You only need to add Lotus Domino servers if
you have selected either one of the check boxes. The status of the authentication
server and the journal or address book servers are displayed on the Manage
Server portlet.
Common Directory Server
You can configure WebSphere Portal to use the same directory server as Lotus
Domino. If the directory server is common between the portal and mail server,
the user may use the same username and password for accessing WebSphere
Portal as they do for synchronizing with Lotus Domino using Everyplace Client.
To accomplish this, you must configure WebSphere Portal to use Domino
Directory as its directory server, and set up the Lotus Domino Adapter to accept
the single login and password.
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Create Default Device profile
Profiles are used to control how mail, calendar, tasks, etc. are included in the
synchronization process. A device profile is a group of settings that limit the
scope of synchronized data. It is necessary to create at least one device profile
before synchronizing PIM or data. For user-specific device profiles, it also stores
information about:
򐂰 The Domino Server the user wants to connect to.
򐂰 The user name and password of the Lotus Notes account whose PIM and
e-mail data the user wants to synchronize.
Administrators can create administrator profiles that users can link to, edit an
individual user's device profile, and assign an administrator profile to multiple
users at once. To work with profiles, administrators use the Bulk Load (for details
see IBM WebSphere Everyplace Access V5 Handbook for Developers and
Administrators Volume I: Installation and Administration, SG24-6462),
Synchronization Administrator Profiles, and Administrator for Users portlets in
the Administration page.
End users work with device profiles using the Synchronization User Profiles
portlet in the Mobile Setup page. End users can link to administrator profiles,
which enables them to automatically inherit changes made to the profile by an
administrator, or create or edit their own device profiles.
Perform the following steps to create a default device profile:
1. Log in to the Portal using the administrator’s user ID and navigate to the
Administration in the Portal Controls, and then on the left links choose
Websphere Everyplace
Everyplace Synchronization Server
Administration
Synchronization Administrator Profiles.
Note: Any time you modify a device profile or switch to a new device profile,
the next time a user synchronizes with the server all records are re-evaluated,
which may result in a slow synchronization. If you delete a device profile that
you previously synchronized with and create a new profile, synchronizing with
the new profile will overwrite the data on your device with the data on the
server.
Note: Administrators can lock device profiles so that end users must use an
administrator device profile that they cannot edit. See the help for the
Synchronization Administrator Profiles portlet for more information about
locking device profiles.

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