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Configuring User Calendars — Lotus Notes
Configuration of user calendars has the following prerequisites:
*You must have a network connection to your e-mail server.
*You must have the URL of the Lotus Notes Domino server. Consult with your mail server administrator to obtain this information.
*You (or your mail server administrator) must apply configuration changes to your Lotus Notes Domino server, as described in Configuring the IBM Lotus Domino Server.
*You must install the notes.jar file in the My webMethods Server file system, as described in Installing the notes.jar File.
*Each user account must be configured with the user's e-mail address as recognized by the e-mail server. Navigate to Navigate > Applications > Administration > System-Wide > User Management > Users. Click the User ID link to open the Edit User panel and specify the user's e-mail address.
*To configure user calendars for Lotus Notes
1. Ensure that all prerequisite activities have been completed.
2. In My webMethods: Navigate > Applications > Administration > System-Wide > Calendars Management.
3. Click the User Calendars tab.
4. On the User Calendars Configuration panel, enter the following:
*External User Calendar—Select IBM Lotus Notes from the drop-down list.
*Calendar hostname or IP—Enter the URL for the Lotus Domino e-mail server containing the desired calendar; for example, main.mail.server.com.
*Calendar Server Port—Enter the port number for the Lotus Domino e-mail server containing the desired calendar
*Email User Attribute—This is the attribute from User attribute page that is used to pass the e-mail account name to the server to identify the correct user calendar on the Lotus Domino server. The default value email passes the e-mail address entered on the Edit User page; in most cases, this is the information required by the server. If this value does not work, consult with your mail server administrator to determine the required value. In this case, you must define a new dynamic attribute at the role level and configure it to pass the required information.
*Calendar Data Caching—This value specifies how often the user calendar information is retrieved from the mail server. Select a value from the drop-down list. The information is cached in My webMethods Server until the next refresh time. Select No Cache to retrieve the calendar information from the mail server with each request.
*Time Window—This value specifies the calendar time period that is retrieved from the mail server, beginning with today's date. Select from the drop down list.
*Time Slot—This value defines the time divisions displayed in the user calendar. Events that are of a shorter duration than the selected value are "rounded up" to the selected value. Select a value from the drop-down list.
*Notes Admin User ID—Administrator user name for connecting to the Lotus Domino server.
*Notes Admin Password—The password for the administrator user.
5. Click Update.
6. In My webMethods: Navigate > Applications > Administration > System-Wide > User Management > Users.
7. Click the User ID link to open the Edit User panel.
8. Click the Calendar tab. The calendar appears in the User Personal Calendar panel.