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A number of companies have moved their e-mail platform to Office 365, while continuing to run Domino servers to support business functions that depend on Domino applications. This session will discuss how Domino and Office 365 can co exist and work together.

Presentation by:
Heather Hottenstein
Director Customer Service
RPR Wyatt

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Collabsphere2019 domino o365

  1. 1. Integrating Domino and Office 365 Heather Hottenstein, RPR Wyatt Andy Higgins, IMCollaboration
  2. 2. I AM... • A Domino girl in a Domino world! • 1994 – present • Domino Systems Administration • RPR Wyatt – HCL Partner – Consulting Services – VitalSigns Heather Hottenstein
  3. 3. I AM... Andy Higgins has worked with Lotus Notes/Domino since 1996. He is the founder and head consultant at IMCollaboration, a company dedicated to providing Lotus Notes, Domino, and Sametime services & applications and more recently providing O365 managed services for SMB's in Texas. Andy has worked for Bank of America as its lead collaboration architect and has also had two stints with IBM as a consultant in both post- and pre-sales technical roles. Throughout his career he has also worked on many email migration projects and is an expert on both email, instant messaging and collaboration system’s coexistence. Andy Higgins
  4. 4. • Collaboration client-server application • Email/Calendar • Applications - business workflow, document libraries... • SameTime • Domino Server – Windows, Linux, AS/400, AIX • Notes client, Verse, Traveler, Web Browser, Nomad HCL Domino & Notes
  5. 5. • Subscription based cloud services • Email/Calendar • Sharepoint • Skype for Business, Teams • Outlook and OWA Office 365
  6. 6. • Directory synchronization – SSO Authentication • Bi-directional mail routing with correct content and format • Calendar free/busy time look ups/scheduling • Instant Messaging coexistence Coexistence defined
  7. 7. • Phased email migration • Multiple mail systems • Email migration, retain Domino applications – Application generated emails and replies Coexistence
  8. 8. • SMTP • Domino Internet domain • SMTP relay vs direct • Doclink conversion – Configuration document - MIME - Conversion Options - Outbound - Message Content from Notes to Plain Text and HTML E-mail Integration
  9. 9. • Invitations • Free/Busy time look ups – Grouping calenders together • Third party tools – OnTime, CMT, etc Calendar Integration
  10. 10. • Buddy List migration…… for small-scale moves from one service to another done overnight or over a weekend • Buddy List synchronization – more fitting for a long- term co-existence project • Beware: All IM services are not the same! Specifically Skype for Business Instant Messaging Integration
  11. 11. • On premise vs Azure Active Directory • People vs Mailbox User/Mail User/Contact • Groups – Domino - Multi purpose, ACL, Mail, Servers, Deny List – O365 - Distribution, Security, Dynamic Distribution, Office 365 group • Mail in Databases vs Shared Databases • Domino synchronization services, Third Party Directory Synchronization
  12. 12. • LDAP provides a way to authenticate but both AD/AAD/O365 and Domino require they are the directory ”master” so Dirsync is necessary for these two systems to work together • SAML – supported 90% by Domino and 100% by AAD, so this is a good path to pursue IMHO, however: – Assertions not supported – Managed logout not supported • OAuth – not supported by Domino Authentication Coexistence
  13. 13. Please support SAML full implementation in Domino https://domino-ideas.hcltechsw.com/ideas/DOMINO-I-395 SAML
  14. 14. SAML
  15. 15. • Questions? • Thank you for attending! • Heather Hottenstein, heather@rprwyatt.com • Andy Higgins..... andy@imcollaboration.com Thank you!

A number of companies have moved their e-mail platform to Office 365, while continuing to run Domino servers to support business functions that depend on Domino applications. This session will discuss how Domino and Office 365 can co exist and work together. Presentation by: Heather Hottenstein Director Customer Service RPR Wyatt

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