• Subject: Re: The order is in the mail
  • From: Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2000 13:34:30 -0500

You will still need an ISP.  The question is whether to pump it through 
Notes.  I would say yes.  Checking your email should be one stop shopping.  
The cut over will be the trick.  Do you cut them over after everyone is 
trained on Notes and has it installed?  I would say yes.  By the way, no 
one here gets access to Notes without going through user training unless 
they have permission from the CEO.  We are to let him know if anyone whines 
about it.  He is a stickler for training.  (What a great place to work!)





sjohnson@highsmith.com on 02/21/2000 12:26:22 PM
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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.
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