This is what I thought, but the administrator here is getting upset about
this thinking this is a licensing issues with installing a copy of Domino
on a Windows server. My feeling is we're just doing it to get the mail off
of Domino and not going to be using it for anything but a migration.

Place the fully qualified internet name of your server in the
Server Document.

The the real operating system one or the one of the fake one? :)
( is our current mail server name- the one we
need to replicate and migrate. Is that the one you are referring to?)


I would venture to guess that all of your Google documentation expects
that your Domino server is running on Windows servers. Since you are
running on a real operating system (yeah, I know that was uncalled for,
but I can't help myself), you cannot install the Notes client nor the
Administration client on the iSeries. So, based on what you have shared,
would say:

Find a Windows server on which you can install Domino.
Register a new Domino server in your environment, and install it on
Windows. Place the fully qualified internet name of your server in the
Server Document.
Install the Notes Client and the Lotus Administration Clients on the
Windows server.
Replicate all of your mail to the server.
Install/sign the Google template on the new server.
Migrate your mail from Domino to the Google cloud.

I hope that this helps.


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