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Coexistence Manager for Notes 3.8.2 - Program Parameters Reference Guide

About the CMN documentation suite

The documentation for Quest Coexistence Manager for Notes (CMN) includes:

Release Notes (printable PDF): Describes the current CMN release—any new and enhanced features, resolved issues, and known issues. Also documents minimum installation requirements, and provides Quest contact information.
Quick-Start Guide (printable PDF): An orientation to the product's basic purposes, features and capabilities, with a case study showing how its primary components are most commonly used within a typical coexistence scenario. Also explains how to download and install the software.
CMN User Guide (printable PDF): Comprehensive documentation of CMN's three primary components: Directory Connector, Mail Connector and Free/Busy Connector. Describes component capabilities, deployment considerations, configuration instructions and tips, and application notes and screen-by-screen field notes for CMN's Management Console software tools.
FBC Scenarios Guide (printable PDF): Provides process instructions and application notes for installing and configuring CMN’s Free/Busy Connector (FBC) in a variety of Exchange-side scenarios.
CMN Program Parameters Reference (printable PDF): Listing of all CMN program parameters that are not associated with UI fields in CMN’s Management Console, with descriptions and default values and usage/application notes. (Parameters associated with UI fields do appear in the Configuration.xml files, but should not be edited manually.)
Management Console Online Help (three compiled Windows Help files, one for each CMN component): Field notes and application notes for the screens and features of CMN’s Management Console.

All CMN documentation is intended for network administrators, consultants, analysts, and any other IT professionals who will install or use the product components, or who may help plan for their use in a coexistence scenario. All of these documents, including the online Help, are bundled and installed with the product, and all except the Help files are also available separately at Quest's Support Portal.

Where To Look in the CMN Documentation

This table shows where you can find particular types of information about particular CMN components:

 

for Dir Connector & Mail Connector

for Free/Busy Connector

Introduction and orientation:

— — CMN Quick-Start Guide and User Guide — —

System requirements:

— — CMN Release Notes — —

Installation instructions:

— — CMN Quick-Start Guide — —

Configuration instructions:

CMN User Guide

CMN FBC Scenarios Guide

Operating instructions:

— — CMN User Guide — —

Troubleshooting info:

CMN User Guide

CMN FBC Scenarios Guide

The CMN application Help files contain the same information as the User Guide, but make the information available on-screen at a single keystroke (from the CMN Management Console).

All CMN documentation is intended for network administrators, consultants, analysts, and any other IT professionals who will install or use the product components, or who may help plan for their use in a coexistence scenario. All of these documents, including the online Help, are bundled and installed with the product, and all except the Help files are also available separately at Quest's Support Portal.

 

About CMN Program Parameters

Introduction to CMN parameters

CMN's Directory Connector, Mail Connector and Free/Busy Connector are configurable, and most of their feature options are set in CMN's Management Console. The Management Console is a friendly interface between you and a set of configuration files that CMN components read every time they are started.

Configuration settings for CMN’s different components are saved in separate configuration files: a Configuration.xml file for each of the Directory Connector and Mail Connector (two files with the same name, but saved in the different CMN component subfolders), and another set of configuration files for the Free/Busy Connector (in the FBC's component subfolder). The Management Console provides screens with labeled fields to simplify entering and editing the configuration settings in those files.

When you start the Management Console, CMN automatically loads the currently active configuration values for all three CMN components. Once the Management Console is running, however, component configuration data is saved and opened separately, for one component at a time, as shown here:

While the Management Console lets you enter and change most CMN feature options, some options can be set and changed only by manually editing the corresponding Configuration.xml file. This Program Parameters Reference documents those parameters.

NOTE: All FBC program parameters in the current release are associated with UI fields in the FBC Management Console. As such, these parameters are not documented in this Reference, since they should not be edited manually (in the xml files) except at the direction of Quest Support.

The contents of a configuration XML file can be edited by any XML editor, as described separately below.

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