Nothing to add to the other responses you got but this:  I would go
directly to 6.0.2CF1 -- the 6.0.x releases before that have an intermittent
(or it was for us) issue that causes the server to crash.  Although 6.0.1
CF1 only crashed on us once in 6 weeks, if I could upgrade and avoid the
possibility (Lotus Support claims that the issue was resolved in 6.0.2CF1),
I would.

Also, my understanding is that 4.6 clients will access the Domino 6 server
fine.  There are considerations such as not upgrading the mail file (of
course) and such, but the ND6 Upgrade Guide (one of the redbooks) seemed to
do a pretty good job of discussing such topics, so you will probably find
that a valuable resource.

Patrick



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Hi,

We have a 720 (upgrading to 810 in 12 months time) with 125GB disk space
currently running at 66% with 2.5GB memory.

At the present time we are running Domino 5.11 on our V5R2 system.

Would we be able to easily run Domino 6 on this system. We only have 60
users in total. 30 with R5 client and 30 with 4.6 client. Would the 4.6
client run ok with the Domino 6 server?

Also, we run a Sametime 3.0 sp1 server on a Win2K server with 40 users.
Would I, could I, should I put this on our iSeries and run it along side
our Domino Server? Does this kind of setup work well?

Thanks

Regards,

Nathan Simpson
Australian Wool Handlers
Forest Rd
Lara VIC  3212

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