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    I'm configuring a split domain setup with Domino as primary and zimbra as secondary. I followed the zimbra wiki and everything works fine internally. But for external mail to work I believe the Domino server has to trust zimbra server's IP address. Can anyone help me on how to do the trusting part in Domino.

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    Hi,
    i am also trying to create split domain with Lotus and Zimbra, can you tell me what you have done (configure) on Lotus ? Do you after migration of user, delete user on Lotus ? I would like to keep users inside Domino, and forward copy of received mail to zimbra server and same configure user.

    So to clarify we want to have same account on Lotus and on Zimbra at same time for seamless migration. I tried to configure Lotus by instruction on this link
    IBM Lotus Domino and Notes Information Center

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    Quote Originally Posted by dernikov1 View Post
    Hi,
    i am also trying to create split domain with Lotus and Zimbra, can you tell me what you have done (configure) on Lotus ? Do you after migration of user, delete user on Lotus ? I would like to keep users inside Domino, and forward copy of received mail to zimbra server and same configure user.

    So to clarify we want to have same account on Lotus and on Zimbra at same time for seamless migration. I tried to configure Lotus by instruction on this link
    IBM Lotus Domino and Notes Information Center
    Your question is quite confusing. Are you planning to migrate entire users to zimbra or need to co-exist domino & zimbra for sometime before migration? If your need is to migrate, then you don't need to co-exist and its a straight forward step with zimbra migration tool

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