In order for Communications Express to support hosted domains, you should first enable this support in the following dependent components.
Address Book Server
This section describes the changes to be made in the dependent components ofCommunications Express to enable hosted domain (also known as virtual domains) support.
To provision a domain and to learn about creating a hosted domain entry in the organizational tree for Sun Java System LDAP Schema v.1, refer to Chapter 2, Provisioning Domains, in the iPlanet Messaging Server 5.2 Provisioning Guide.
For information on how to customize the mail client interface for each domain, refer to Chapter 8, Customizing Domains, in Sun Java System Communications Express 6.3 Customization Guide in Sun Java System Communications Express 6.3 Customization Guide.
To enable hosted domain configuration in Calendar Server, you must configure Calendar Server for hosted domains. For Information on how to configure Calendar Server for hosted domains, see Chapter 10, Setting Up a Multiple Domain Calendar Server 6.3 Environment, in Sun Java System Calendar Server 6.3 Administration Guide.
To enable hosted domain configuration in Address Book, set the virtualdomain.mode parameter to y in the uwc-deployed-path /WEB_INF/config/uwcauth.properties file
Modify the following files to enable hosted domains.
uwc-deployed-path /WEB-INF/domain/personalstore.properties file. For more information on the changes required, see Configuration Parameters in the personalstore.properties File.
uwc-deployed-path /WEB-INF/domain/defaultps/defaultps.xml file. For more information on the changes required, see Creating Additional Remote Address Books.