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Exchange 2007 and Domino 6.5 - 8.Jan.2008 5:38:44 AM   


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Hi All,

Thanks for this very helpful site. Following the articles regarding setting up Transporter have resulted in everything appearing to work correctly.

But now to my problem. This is only a small site of 200 users. As a result of this the setup is a follows:

Existing: Single Domino server
New: Single Exchange 2007 server - no edge transport server

I need the two servers to coexist for a period of time while all the new users are trained on using the outlook clients.

All documentation that I see for configring coexistance with a single domain point to having an Edge server (which I do not)

I would like all incoming internet mail go to the Exchange server first and then be redirected to the Notes server if the user mailbox is there.

All users have the same have accounts username@domain.com.au

Can anybody point me in the right direction to set this up?

Thanks in advance

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RE: Exchange 2007 and Domino 6.5 - 8.Jan.2008 12:54:44 PM   
John Weber


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Contact me offline.

You have serious work ahead of you.


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