Lotus Domino Course Details

An IBM server application platform used for enterprise e-mail, messaging, scheduling and collaboration. Lotus Domino was previously called Lotus Notes Server and was initially the server component of Lotus Corp's client-server messaging technology.


Lesson 1: Introducing the IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 Environment

Topic 1A: Examining the IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 Architecture

  • IBM Lotus Domino Architecture
  • Client and Server Architectural Components
  • Server Documents
  • Lotus Domino Server Types
  • Default Location Documents
  • Client Types
  • Overview of Lotus Notes 8.5 Features

Topic 1B: Investigating IBM Lotus Domino Applications

  • The Object Store
  • Components of Lotus Domino Applications
  • Database Types and Applications
  • Composite Applications
  • Required Server Applications
  • The Lotus Domino Directory
  • Lotus Domino Domains
  • Single vs. Multiple Domains

Topic 1C: Exploring IBM Lotus Domino Server Functionality

  • Categories of Lotus Domino Services
  • Core Lotus Domino Services
  • Server Tasks
  • Lotus Domino Advanced Services

Lesson 2: Performing Basic Administration Tasks

Topic 2A: Starting IBM Lotus Domino Administrator

  • Lotus Domino Administration
  • Lotus Domino Administration Tools
  • The Lotus Domino Administrator Interface

Topic 2B: Using Online Help

  • Online Help Resources

Topic 2C: Navigating in IBM Lotus Domino Administrator

  • Lotus Domino Administrator Tabs
  • The Person Document
  • Groups
  • Tasks on the People and Groups Tab
  • Tasks on the Files Tab
  • Tasks on the Server Tab
  • Tasks on the Messaging Tab
  • Lotus Domino Replication
  • Tasks on the Replication Tab
  • Tasks on the Configuration Tab

Topic 2D: Setting Administration Preferences

  • Administration Preferences

Topic 2E: Introduction to Policies  

  • Policies
  • Policy Documents
  • Settings Documents

Lesson 3: Examining IBM Lotus Notes and IBM Lotus Domino Security

Topic 3A: Identifying IBM Lotus Domino Security Components

  • IBM Lotus Domino Terminology
  • Organizations
  • Organizational Units
  • Organization Certifiers

Topic 3B: Designing a Hierarchical Naming Scheme

  • Hierarchical Naming
  • Components of a Hierarchical Name
  • Hierarchical Naming Example
  • Organizational Unit Naming Recommendations
  • Separate Server OUs
  • Server Naming Recommendations
  • Server Host Names and Common Names
  • User Naming Recommendations
  • Planning a Hierarchical Naming Scheme
  • How to Design a Hierarchical Naming Scheme

Topic 3C: Authenticating with IBM Lotus Domino Servers

  • Security Controls
  • Certificates and ID Files
  • Types of Certificates
  • ID Files
  • Components of an ID File
  • Common Certificates
  • How Certificates are used in Authentication
  • The ID Vault Feature
  • How to Create an ID Vault

Topic 3D: Controlling Access to Resources

  • Introduction to Lotus Domino Access Controls
  • Access Control Lists
  • Roles
  • How IBM Lotus Domino Controls Access
  • Stages of Access Control
  • Security Using Groups
  • Group Types
  • Best Practices for Creating Groups

Topic 3E: Determining Database Access Levels

  • Access Control List Levels

Topic 3F: Determining Workstation Security Levels

  • Execution Access
  • The Execution Control List

Lesson 4: Examining IBM Lotus Domino Mail Routing

Topic 4A: Introducing IBM Lotus Domino Messaging

  • Lotus Notes Named Networks
  • Mail Routing and Lotus Notes Named Networks
  • Mail Routing Protocols
  • Mail Routing Components
  • Mail Settings that Affect Routing
  • The Mail Routing Process
  • Router Optimizations in Lotus Domino 8.5

Topic 4B: Designing a Mail Routing Topology

  • Mail Routing Topologies
  • Topology Types
  • Hub and Spoke Topology Considerations
  • How to Design a Mail Routing Topology

Lesson 5: Examining IBM Lotus Domino Replication

Topic 5A: Introducing IBM Lotus Domino Replication

  • What is Domino Replication?
  • Components of the Replication Process
  • The Server-to-Server Replication Process
  • Replication Tools
  • The Workstation to Server Replication Process
  • Database Replicas
  • The Database Replication Process
  • Streaming Replication
  • The Field Level Replication Process
  • Factors that Affect Replication

Topic 5B: Designing a Replication Strategy

  • Types of Replication Topologies
  • Server Replication Types
  • Replication vs. Routing Topologies
  • Considerations for Choosing a Replication Type
  • How to Design a Replication Strategy

Lesson 6: Extending the IBM Lotus Domino Environment

Topic 6A: Selecting Additional IBM Lotus Domino Services

  • Lotus Domino Standard Services
  • Lotus Domino Internet Security Mechanisms

Topic 6B: Implementing IBM Lotus Domino Scalability Features

  • Scalability Options
  • Lotus Domino Clusters
  • Benefits of Clustering
  • Lotus Domino Partitions
  • Benefits of Partitions

Topic 6C: Integrating Other IBM Products

  • IBM Lotus Sametime
  • IBM Lotus Connections
  • IBM Lotus Quickr
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