Our intranet runs on the standard port (80) and the Domino (iNotes) runs on
a different port.  All of our users access their iNotes via a button on the
intranet, so they don't have to worry about changing the port in the
internet address when they try to connect to iNotes.  The intranet address,
which they do type in (or some of them do) uses a "normal" address (ie, no
port number), so it's easier for them -- just like a regular website.

That scenario might work for you, too.  What do you think?


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Hello all,

Last week I posted a couple of questions regarding iNotes web access. I
realized that I had to enable the HTTP service on the Domino server.  This
means that I had to drop my HTTP Apache server. Is there a way that I can
either use both, or serve my intranet pages from within Domino? I have my
Domino server on one interface and thought I had my HTTP server on another.
However when I key the IP Address of my HTTP server, I get the Notes/Domino
page instead of my intranet home page.

Thanks for the help in advance.


Mark D. Walter
Senior Programmer/Analyst
CCX, Inc.

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