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Old 07-12-2008, 12:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Any guide on the above subject would be appreciated.
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Old 07-12-2008, 12:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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KB14687 - How to prepare the IBM Lotus Domino server for the installation of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server

BES Domino Documentation ... I would recommend printing out the Installation Guide, and using it as a checklist during the install.

Also, take a look at the links in my signature; all good reference points for information.
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These are essentials too:-

Article Title: Prepare the BlackBerry Enterprise Server for multiple Domino domains
Article Number: KB05221
Link: BlackBerry Search Results

Article Title: How to configure address book lookups between different Domino domains
Article Number: KB10460
Link: BlackBerry Search Results

Article Title: Minimum Access Control List permissions for the BlackBerry Enterprise Server
Article Number: KB01469
Link: BlackBerry Search Results

Article Title: List of port requirements for BlackBerry Enterprise Server for IBM Lotus Domino
Article Number: KB01278
Link: BlackBerry Search Results

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Thanks guys for the above post.

If the service on the server that is installed with BES for lotus environment and it stops how is the service restarted??
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BES is an add-in task in Domino once installed.

To Quit - tell bes quit
To Load - load bes
To verify loaded - tell bes about (it will return the version information)

If you are still not convince, look under the NT services for the BlackBerry services and make sure that they are "started".
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Thanks guys for the heads up...
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