Lotus Notes Online Training

Lotus Notes is a software environment that allows you to open a variety of core and custom applications. In this Topic you will learn that Lotus Notes comes in two configurations, Basic and Standard. The fundamental features and the core applications are shared by both configurations, but this course will show them only in the Standard configuration.

Using Notes you can also open public applications that are shared by everyone in your company (or specified groups of people), for example your company Directory or a company-wide discussion to share ideas for new products or services. All public applications are stored on a Domino Server.

Lotus Notes Online Training Course Content
  • Introducing the IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 Environment
  • 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
  • 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
  • Exploring IBM Lotus Domino Server Functionality
    • Categories of Lotus Domino Services
    • Core Lotus Domino Services
    • Server Tasks
    • Lotus Domino Advanced Services
  • Performing Basic Administration Tasks
  • Using Online Help
    • Online Help Resources
  • 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
  • Setting Administration Preferences
    • Administration Preferences
  • Introduction to Policies
    • Policies
    • Policy Documents
    • Settings Documents
  • Examining IBM Lotus Notes and IBM Lotus Domino Security
  • Identifying IBM Lotus Domino Security Components
    • IBM Lotus Domino Terminology
    • Organizations
    • Organizational Units
    • Organization Certifiers
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Determining Database Access Levels
    • Access Control List Levels
  • Determining Workstation Security Levels
    • Execution Access
    • The Execution Control List
  • Examining IBM Lotus Domino Mail Routing
  • Introducing IBM Lotus Domino Messaging
    • 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
  • Designing a Mail Routing Topology
    • Mail Routing Topologies
    • Topology Types
    • Hub and Spoke Topology Considerations
    • How to Design a Mail Routing Topology
  • Examining IBM Lotus Domino Replication
  • 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
  • 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
  • Extending the IBM Lotus Domino Environment
  • Selecting Additional IBM Lotus Domino Services
    • Lotus Domino Standard Services
    • Lotus Domino Internet Security Mechanisms
    • Implementing IBM Lotus Domino Scalability Features
    • Scalability Options
    • Lotus Domino Clusters
    • Benefits of Clustering
    • Lotus Domino Partitions
    • Benefits of Partitions
  • Integrating Other IBM Products
    • IBM Lotus Sametime
    • IBM Lotus Connections
    • IBM Lotus Quickr

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