Lotus Notes Traveler Deployment Cookbook

Lotus Notes Traveler adds mobile support for Lotus Notes and Lotus iNotes users by providing two-way, over-the-air synchronization of mail, calendar, and contact data on industry-leading mobile devices. This Cookbook serves as a deployment guide for Domino administrators to help your organization get the most from a no-fuss installation of Notes Traveler. The Cookbook provides information on what administrators must know before they begin deploying Notes Traveler, with best practices guidance for a successful deployment.

Be sure to refer to the "Resources and Links" page for a comprehensive list of references that can help you get the most from Notes Traveler.

See the IBM Redbook IBM Notes Traveler Hints and Tips for a Successful Deployment.

Updated content will be added periodically to this Cookbook so be sure to check back frequently for current information.

Table of Contents

Capacity planning guidelines for Traveler

Capacity planning is the single most important factor in a successful Traveler deployment. This article identifies the factors you should consider when deploying and how each factor impacts your Traveler server.

Choosing a deployment configuration

The Traveler server is installed and runs on a Domino server that accesses all the mail files of mobile Traveler users. There is no one configuration that can apply to Traveler server deployments. This series of articles explores what you need to configure a successful deployment.

Installing a Traveler server

These articles take you through the steps involved in a successful Traveler installation and includes a "Before you install" section.

Setting up Traveler on mobile devices

Notes Traveler security

Lotus Mobile Connect: Providing secure remote access to Traveler servers

Directory Assistance and Traveler

Resources and Links

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