>From my understanding, it is "recommended" that the BES run on a separate 
server. However, I would think that it should be OK if you had enough 
extra horsepower and/or memory. The only issue could be with installing 
the Fixpacks for the BES - this generally requires a reboot. I should be 
in sales because the answer is "it depends"!!

Chris Whisonant
Comporium
Senior Mid-Range Systems Administrator
IBM eServer Certified Systems Expert - iSeries Technical Solutions V5R2
IBM Certified System Administrator - Lotus Notes and Domino 6/6.5
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domino400-bounces+chris.whisonant=comporium.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 
04/21/2006 11:59:21 AM:

> 
> For comparitive purposes, if a shop was already running it's Domino 
server
> on a Wintel setup, would they just install BES on that same production
> email server (typically), or would they still need the separate one on a
> separate BES box?
>  
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> You should keep a really simple configuration for the BES. The install
> guide basically walks you through the entire configuration. You create a
> BES Admin account placed into an administrator group and add the BES
> server to LocalDomainServers. Then just make sure that they can see each
> other (you shouldn't have to create a connection document) and keep the
> NAB replicated between your home server and the BES.
> 
> Chris Whisonant
> Comporium
> Senior Mid-Range Systems Administrator
> IBM eServer Certified Systems Expert - iSeries Technical Solutions V5R2
> IBM Certified System Administrator - Lotus Notes and Domino 6/6.5
> IBM Certified Associate Developer - Lotus Notes and Domino 6/6.5
> 803.326.7270 | 803.326.6142 fax
> 
> domino400-bounces+chris.whisonant=comporium.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on
> 04/21/2006 11:02:57 AM:
> 
> >
> > What else does the Domino server local to the BES need to be 
configured
> > for?  What kinds of links to our production Domino box are going on to
> > facilitate the BES functions?  We've got a nice stable 2 box cluster 
set
> up
> > and I hate the idea of messing with that!
> >
> >
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> >                                        Re: BlackBerry and Enterprise
> >                                        Server for Domino
> >              04/21/2006 10:52
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> >
> >
> >              Please respond to
> >               Lotus Domino on
> >                the iSeries /
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> >                   ge.com>
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > You have to have a Domino Enterprise Server loaded on the Windows 
server
> > that you use for the BES. The BES software actually runs as a server
> task
> > (like HTTP, SMTP, ROUTER) on the Domino server.
> >
> > We have a BES on a Win2K Server hitting our iSeries Domino server with
> no
> > problems. Have fun!!
> >
> > Chris Whisonant
> > Comporium
> > Senior Mid-Range Systems Administrator
> > IBM eServer Certified Systems Expert - iSeries Technical Solutions 
V5R2
> > IBM Certified System Administrator - Lotus Notes and Domino 6/6.5
> > IBM Certified Associate Developer - Lotus Notes and Domino 6/6.5
> > 803.326.7270 | 803.326.6142 fax
> >
> > domino400-bounces+chris.whisonant=comporium.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on
> > 04/21/2006 10:42:56 AM:
> >
> > >
> > >
> > > It looks like we're going to be implementing a small rollout of a 
few
> > > BlackBerrys (5 or so) and Enterprise Server for Domino in the very
> near
> > > future, so i'm out reading documents at their website and finding 
TONS
> > of
> > > stuff to wade through.  I'm heading to DC next Wednesday for a one 
day
> > > class on the server software, but want to spend a few days reading
> also
> > > before I go.
> > >
> > > One thing i'm reading is leading me to believe that the server where
> i'm
> > > going to install the BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Domino also
> needs
> > to
> > > have a Domino server (Windows based) installed on it?  Is that true?
> I'm
> > > hoping that i'm misreading that piece and that I can just point the
> BES
> > to
> > > our iSeries Domino server.
> > >
> > > Can anyone shed any light on this specific?  Any other comments or
> > advice
> > > on BES and iSeries Domino would be appreciated also... just 
scratching
> > the
> > > surface here at this point.
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