Sun Java System Communications Express 6 2005Q4 Administration Guide


  1. Choose your schema. Refer to the section on Schema Choices for information on the available schema choices.

  2. Ensure that you have the following entry in /etc/hosts file on your Solaris system:

    ip-of system FQHN hostname

    For Example, budgie

  3. Ensure that the following components are up and running before you configure Communications Express. Make sure that the configuration of the products for Communications Express is done in the order mentioned here:

    1. Directory Server

      1. Administrative Console for Directory Server

      2. Application Server (if chosen) or Web Server (if chosen)

        Note –

        After this step, run Directory Preparation Script ( to update the schema details in the User/Group Directory Server.

        Skip this step if you have already configured Messaging Server and Calendar Server successfully.

        To run Directory Preparation Script ( type:

        cd /root -of -the -directory -preparatory-script /SUNWcomds/sbin


      3. Access Manager, if you have chosen Sun Java System LDAP Schema, v.2.

      4. Messaging Server

      5. Calendar Server

      6. Delegated Administrator if you have chosen Sun Java System LDAP Schema, v.2.

        For details on the product configuration process, refer to Chapter 10 of the Sun Java Enterprise System Installation Guide

    2. Verify whether users are able to login to the following servers correctly.

      • Messaging Server

        • Calendar Server

        • Access Manager (formerly known as Identity Server), if you have chosen Sun Java System LDAP Schema, v.2