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Configuring the Lotus Server

4 posts in Trial Discussion Last posting was on 2009-05-04 14:10:08.0Z
Michael Soeherman Posted on 2009-04-22 16:30:03.0Z
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I wanted to give this a try, but not too sure as to how to
configure the Lotus server, do you have any documentation to
do this? I read "Configure the server to point to the hosted
iAnywhere Proxy Server", how do I do this?
I'm sorry for the ignorant question.


Bryan Whitmarsh Posted on 2009-04-24 14:51:44.0Z
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Michael,
Are you installing iAnywhere Mobile Office or OneBridge? iAnywhere Mobile
Office requires to be installed on a Domino Server and OneBridge on a
machine that has a Lotus Notes client running on it. Once you start the
install it will ask you for your Proxy Server Settings. For these settings
you would enter in the hosted Proxy Settings you should have received in the
trial email and then your server will make an outbound connection to this
hosted proxy server. You then configure your mobile devices to connect to
your server through the hosted proxy server.

<Michael Soeherman> wrote in message
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>I wanted to give this a try, but not too sure as to how to
> configure the Lotus server, do you have any documentation to
> do this? I read "Configure the server to point to the hosted
> iAnywhere Proxy Server", how do I do this?
> I'm sorry for the ignorant question.


Michael Soeherman Posted on 2009-04-28 21:18:25.0Z
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Can I just install one or the other, meaning if I install
iAnywhere Mobile Office on the Domino Server, do I still
have to install OneBridge at the machine (laptop) where my
lotus is running?

If I install iAnywhere Mobile Office on the Domino Server,
do I have to configure anything on my Domino Server?

Thanks for your help.

Regards,
Michael Soeherman

> Michael,
> Are you installing iAnywhere Mobile Office or OneBridge?
> iAnywhere Mobile Office requires to be installed on a
> Domino Server and OneBridge on a machine that has a Lotus
> Notes client running on it. Once you start the install
> it will ask you for your Proxy Server Settings. For these
> settings you would enter in the hosted Proxy Settings you
> should have received in the trial email and then your
> server will make an outbound connection to this hosted
> proxy server. You then configure your mobile devices to
> connect to your server through the hosted proxy server.
>
> <Michael Soeherman> wrote in message
> news:49ef460b.51f1.1681692777@sybase.com...
> >I wanted to give this a try, but not too sure as to how
> > to configure the Lotus server, do you have any
> > documentation to do this? I read "Configure the server
> > to point to the hosted iAnywhere Proxy Server", how do I
> > do this? I'm sorry for the ignorant question.
>
>


Bryan Whitmarsh Posted on 2009-05-04 14:10:08.0Z
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You don't need to install OneBridge. Just run the Mobile Office install on
your Lotus Server and that should be all you need to do.

<Michael Soeherman> wrote in message
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> Can I just install one or the other, meaning if I install
> iAnywhere Mobile Office on the Domino Server, do I still
> have to install OneBridge at the machine (laptop) where my
> lotus is running?
>
> If I install iAnywhere Mobile Office on the Domino Server,
> do I have to configure anything on my Domino Server?
>
> Thanks for your help.
>
> Regards,
> Michael Soeherman
>
>> Michael,
>> Are you installing iAnywhere Mobile Office or OneBridge?
>> iAnywhere Mobile Office requires to be installed on a
>> Domino Server and OneBridge on a machine that has a Lotus
>> Notes client running on it. Once you start the install
>> it will ask you for your Proxy Server Settings. For these
>> settings you would enter in the hosted Proxy Settings you
>> should have received in the trial email and then your
>> server will make an outbound connection to this hosted
>> proxy server. You then configure your mobile devices to
>> connect to your server through the hosted proxy server.
>>
>> <Michael Soeherman> wrote in message
>> news:49ef460b.51f1.1681692777@sybase.com...
>> >I wanted to give this a try, but not too sure as to how
>> > to configure the Lotus server, do you have any
>> > documentation to do this? I read "Configure the server
>> > to point to the hosted iAnywhere Proxy Server", how do I
>> > do this? I'm sorry for the ignorant question.
>>
>>