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Coexistence Manager for Notes 3.8.2 - User Guide

About the CMN Documentation Suite Introduction CMN Directory Connector
Directory Connector overview Installation and configuration DC Management Console Connector Creation Wizard Connector Advanced Settings Starting and stopping the Directory Connector service
CMN Mail Connector
Mail Connector features overview Coexistence mail routing basics Deployment of CMN Mail Connector Installation Configuration Mail Connector Management Console
CMN Free/Busy Connector The Log Viewer Appendix A: Known limitations Appendix B: Troubleshooting Appendix C: CMN Logs

Management Console screen:Exchange Public Folder Reader

Exchange Public Folder Server:

Server Name: Full name of the Exchange Public Folder server (e.g., myserver.mydomain.com).
Domain Name: Name of the domain where the Exchange Public folder server resides (e.g., mydomain).
User Name: Name of a user who has rights to access the Exchange public folders.
Password: Password associated with the above User Name (stored in the configuration file in encrypted form).
Use Secure Connection (HTTPS): Determines whether the WebDAV connection will be secure or not (i.e., uses HTTPS or HTTP).

A related parameter can be changed in the configuration file, but is not available in the Management Console:

Exchange Public Folder Path: Default value for this is public, but substitute another value if appropriate. In the config file:

Free Busy Results:

Show Tentative As Busy: Determines whether tentative free busy results should be reported as busy.

Management Console screen:Exchange Public Folder Writer | Public Folder Writer

Exchange Public Folder Server:

Server Name: Full name of the Exchange Public Folder server (e.g., myserver.mydomain.com).
Domain Name: Name of the domain where the Exchange Public folder server resides (e.g., mydomain).
User Name: Name of a user who has rights to access the Exchange public folders.
Password: Password associated with the above User Name, stored in the configuration file in encrypted form.

Free Busy Connector Service For Foreign Mail System:

Server: Server name for the CMN Domino FBC services.
Port: Port number for the above service.
Uses Transport Security: Determines whether the service implementing IFreeBusyContract uses Transport security.
Days Of Free Busy: Number of days of F/B information to request.
Polling Interval In Minutes: Interval between requests for F/B information from the foreign email system.
[ Test ] (button): Click if you want to test the connection to the CMN Domino FBC services. The Management Console will post a dialog box with the test results. Click OK to clear the dialog box.

Contact Cache:

Refresh Interval In Minutes: Interval between refreshes of the cached internal list of foreign email users.

Log on account for Windows Service:

Account: Account under which the Public Folder Writer Service runs. This must be a domain account and not a System account.
[ Refresh ] (button): Click to refresh the cached internal list of Domino email users.

Management Console screen: Exchange Public Folder Writer | Active Directory Contacts

| Active Directory Contacts

AD Access Credentials:

Active Directory Domain: Name of domain where Active Directory resides (e.g., mydomain).
User Name: Name of a user account who has access rights to Active Directory.
User Password: Password associated with the User Name above, stored in the configuration file in encrypted form.

AD Extension Attribute:

Active Directory Extension Attribute Number: The number of an AD extensionAttribute that can be used to filter the list of free/busy users. (The number here specifies a particular extensionAttribute[#] in AD.)
NOTE: Remember that a corresponding DC connector must be configured with an attribute assignment that matches the AD Extension Attribute Number and Value you designate here for this purpose. In the Directory Connector’s Advanced Settings, in the Attribute Mapping features, use the Add Rule feature to define the extensionAttribute for both the Provision and Update functions of the DC connector.
Active Directory Extension Attribute Value: The value of the AD extensionAttribute to use to filter AD contacts for this public folders F/B feature.

Related Parameter (not available in the Management Console, but can be changed in the configuration file):

Active Directory Contacts Search Filter: A string that the program will interpret as a logical test to filter the list of free/busy users. In the config file, for example:

The Log Viewer

The Log Viewer utility simplifies the viewing and interpretation of program log files, which document alerts and warnings in Quest programs. The same Log Viewer is used for Quest Software Inc.’s CMN, CMG, MNE and MFG products.

IMPORTANT: The full benefit of Quest's Log Viewer requires the application to transmit log event codes from the computer hosting the Log Viewer to a remote Quest database of Solutions (useful information about the events associated with the log codes). The Quest Solutions database then sends a corresponding Solution back to the Log Viewer for display to the user.

This feature is enabled by default, but can be disabled by deselecting the Enable Internet Access option on the View menu. For more information, see the IMPORTANT disclosures in the View menu topic below, in the field notes for the Enable Internet Access option.

These Log Viewer topics document Log Viewer menus and toolbar and How to ... (accomplish various tasks).

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