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Integration for Notes 20.13 - User Guide - BTCal

Section 1: Introduction Section 2: Features and Advantages Section 3: Scope Section 4: Recommended Installer Prerequisites Section 5: Pre-installation Requirements Section 6: Configure the Domino Environment Section 7: Configure Integration for Notes BTCal in Exchange or Office 365 Section 8: Licenses Section 9: Installing Integration for Notes Section 10: Create and Configure Domino Databases Section 11: Modify the Notes.ini File Section 12: Re-start BTCal Domino server to bring it online Section 13: Verification Section 14: On-going Administration Appendix A: ZApp Appendix B: Configure GRIP Appendix C: On the Fly Encryption and Decryption Appendix D: Disable Encrypted Message Routing Appendix E: High Availability/Redundancy Mail and Calendar Routing for Foreign Domains Appendix F: Notes.ini Parameter Descriptions Appendix G: Notes.ini Parameter Values Appendix H: Considerations for Domino SMTP Domain Exposure Appendix I: Processing Repeating Meetings Appendix J: Deployment Quick Reference Appendix K: Customizable Non Delivery Report (NDR) Reason Codes Appendix L: Cross Platform Delegation Appendix M: BT Stats Database

Section 3: Scope

Before installing BTCal, it is important to know what specific functionality is covered in this document and what is not. For items not included in this document but covered elsewhere, references to the appropriate documentation are provided in the Out of Scope section.

3.1 In Scope

3.1     In Scope

This document covers the installation of a single Domino coexistence BTCal server.  The following topics are also covered:

Mail routing to and from Exchange

How to handle multiple SMTP domain namespaces

Configuration of the Domino and Exchange infrastructure to support coexistence

Configuration of the components in Office 365 (O365)/Exchange to support coexistence mail routing

3.2 Out of Scope

3.2     Out of Scope

This document does not cover the items listed below. References to any external supporting documentation are provided.

FreeBusy - While FreeBusy is referenced throughout this document as it relates to coexistence, and is part of Integration for Notes, details and installation procedures are found in the FreeBusy user guide.

Redundancy/high availability

Installation of a hybrid system

Directory Sync Proconfiguration (while highly recommended as part of a successful coexistence setup, Directory Sync Prois a separate product. 

Active Directory (AD) schema changes

Project methodology

Creation of an O365 tenant and security model

Section 4: Recommended Installer Prerequisites

4.1    Recommended Prerequisite Knowledge

This guide assumes that the Integration for Notes administrator has some familiarity with both Domino and Exchange/Office 365.

Regarding Domino, the administrator should understand:

  • How email routing works between Domino servers (NRPC and SMTP)

  • Domino Replication topology and how Connection docs control replication

  • Using Server and Configuration docs to manage a Domino environment

  • Domino server and the Notes.INI file; for example, an administrator should know that the last character in an INI file needs to be a carriage return

  • Domino Directory Domain docs, particularly Foreign Domain docs

If installing ZApp (an add-on to Integration for Notes), the administrators should also understand Domino ACLs, Readers fields, and how Notes forms interact with displayed field data.

Regarding Exchange/O365, an administrator should understand:

  • How SMTP routing works to and from Exchange/O365

  • How to create send and receive connections using PowerShell

  • The difference between authoritative and remote domains

  • The difference between user types: contacts, mail enabled and mailbox enabled


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