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Domino is more than a mail server. It can also be a powerful web server. With no additional work or configuration, any document on a Domino server may be viewed by the Lotus Notes client or a browser as the server automatically converts the document to HTML. As a Domino administrator, you want to know how to effectively manage your Domino server on the web. This article provides references to the existing information on Domino web server configuration.
General Server Configuration
Before you start working with the Domino server or if you take over the administration responsibilities for an existing Domino domain, you should be aware of some fundamental concepts.
Lotus iNotes is the method of accessing Domino mail via a web browser and is extremely powerful. There are many resources available for you as the Domino Administrator to assist with configuring and managing iNotes users.
Getting started with Lotus iNotes
Lotus iNotes Administration
iNotes and Sametime
Troubleshooting and Tuning
As you become more familiar with using Domino as a web server, you may want to start using it for more or new applications. Here are some references to get you started:
- Internet site: Use IP address and host name. This is not supported with Sametime until version 8.5.1.
- SSO: Do not change name of LTPAToken.