There are many installation and configuration considerations you should review before installing the IBM® Lotus Notes® Traveler server.
Choosing a deployment configuration
The IBM Lotus Notes Traveler server can be deployed using several different configurations.
Clustering and failover
The IBM Lotus Notes Traveler server task itself cannot be clustered to support a high-availability environment. The Lotus Notes Traveler service does recognize that a remote mail file is clustered or has additional replicas defined otherwise, and it switches over to sync mail from replicas if the primary mail server of the user is down.
Downlevel Domino directory servers
If you are installing IBM Lotus Notes Traveler into a Lotus® Domino® domain that is running with a Lotus Domino directory template older than the version shipped with your version of Lotus Notes Traveler, upgrade the design of the directory server template before installing the Lotus Notes Traveler server in the domain.
Setting auto sync options
You can use auto sync options to maximize the battery life of mobile devices.
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Lotus mobile installer
Starting with IBM Lotus Notes Traveler 8.5.2, you can now install the Lotus Notes Traveler client for Windows® Mobile and Nokia devices using an application called the Lotus mobile installer (LMI).
Planning for security
This section provides information about each Lotus Notes Traveler security option and how they can be applied by device type. You can use this information to plan your security configuration for Lotus Notes Traveler on your devices.
Moving Lotus Notes Traveler to a new server
This topic outlines how to move an active Lotus Notes Traveler server from one physical machine to another with a minimum of service downtime.