Rob, This is our first Domino server. So it will be a learning experience. We already have 2 AS/400s in house. So our Operations manager should have the site prep stuff down. It is the Domnio set-up side of things we are more worried about. We have some VHS tapes on Admin, Notes, and development we are studying. I have yet to check into the redbooks that are available. I have come across a couple of sites with on-line training that I will be checking out too. I will now be checking into the LAEC thing ;-) Currently our email comes thru our ISP. We are trying to decide if we should 'skip' them on the new box, use them as a go between, or whatever other options there are. Any insight is appreciated! Thanks, Scott Rob Berendt wrote: > > I would recommend the usual hardware prep. There is a manual on this. I > forget the title, perhaps 'Planning for your hardware' or some such thing. > It covers things like: electrical, terminals, modems, phone lines, and so on. > > Get some education. The usual 'Intro to Notes' stuff and the ilk. Or was > your BP going to do that on your site using your equipment? If so, then get > specifications for a training room. Perhaps you want to get Notes > Administration or Application Development training. I would recommend using > an LAEC or Lotus Authorized Education Center for Administration or Ap Dev. > > Is this your first Domino server? > > Are you hooking up your email to the Internet? I see you already have a > highsmith.com email address. If that is in house then are you going to > transfer the email to Domino, or is this moot since this is not your first > Domino server. +--- | This is the Domino/400 Mailing List! | To submit a new message, send your mail to DOMINO400@midrange.com. | To subscribe to this list send email to DOMINO400-SUB@midrange.com. | To unsubscribe from this list send email to DOMINO400-UNSUB@midrange.com. | Questions should be directed to the list owner/operator: firstname.lastname@example.org +---
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