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Sun Java System Communications Express 6 2004Q2 Administration Guide  

About This Guide

This manual describes how to administer Sun Java™ System Communications Express 6 2004Q2 and its accompanying software components.

This preface contains the following sections:

Who Should Read This Book

You should read this book if you are responsible for administering, configuring, and deploying Communications Express.

What You Need to Know

This book assumes that you are responsible for configuring, administering, and maintaining Communications Express, and you have an understanding of the following:

How This Book is Organized

Table 1  Organization of the Sun Java System Communications Express Administration Guide



This chapter

Describes the audience, requirements, organization, document conventions, and related information.

Chapter 1, "Installing and Configuring Communications Express"

Describes how to invoke the configurator tool and configure Sun Java System Communications Express.

Chapter 2, "Overview of Communications Express"

Provides a high-level overview of Communications Express, including the components, architecture, and interfaces.

Chapter 3, "Configuring Your System for Communications Express"

Describes the system requirements and system configuration details.

Chapter 4, "Implementing Single Sign-On"

Provides an overview of the single sign-on process and its implementation.

Chapter 5, "Deploying Communications Express and Identity Server"

Describes the different deployment scenarios for Communications Express with Identity Server and the configuration steps to be performed for proper operation.

Chapter 6, "Troubleshooting"

Describes the common problems you may encounter during installation and deployment of Communications Express and outlines the steps to create and enable error logs.

Chapter 7, "Configuring the Client"

Provides a high level overview of the data migration process and the steps to migrate PAB data to address book server.

Chapter 8, "Migrating PAB Data to Address Book Server"

Describes the settings you can configure for Communications Express.

Chapter 9, "Tuning and Performance Information"

Describes the tuning you can perform on Directory Server, Calendar Server, Web Server, and Communications Express to enhance performance.



Conventions Used in This Manual

Monospaced Font

Monospaced font is used for any text that appears on the computer screen or text that you should type. It is also used for file names, distinguished names, functions, and examples.

Bold Monospaced Font

Bold monospaced font is used to represent text within a code example that you should type. For example, you might see something like this:

Copyright (c) 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All rights reserved. Use is subject to license terms. Sun, Sun Microsystems, the Sun logo, Java, Solaris and iPlanet are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, the U.S. and other countries. Federal Acquisitions: Commercial Software - Government Users Subject to Standard License Terms and Conditions.

Copyright (c) 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc. Tous droits r�serv�s. Distribu� par des licences qui en restreignent l’utilisation. Sun, Sun Microsystems, le logo Sun, Java, Solaris et iPlanet sont des marques de fabrique ou des marques d�pos�es de Sun Microsystems, Inc. aux Etats-Unis et dans d’autres pays.


Verifying permissions
Verifying java available
Found java (/usr/j2se/bin/java) version (1.3.0) in the system.
Verifying installation components available
Verifying directories available
Verifying files available
Starting install wizard in graphical mode

In this example, ./setup is what you would type from the command-line and the rest is what would appear as a result.

Italicized Font

Italicized font is used to represent text that you enter using information that is unique to your installation (for example, variables). It is used for server paths and names and account IDs.

Command-Line Prompts

Command-line prompts (for example, % for a C-Shell, or $ for a Korn or Bourne shell) are not displayed in the examples. Depending on which operating system environment you are using, you will see a variety of different command-line prompts. However, you should enter the command as it appears in the document unless specifically noted otherwise.

Where to Find Related Information

In addition to this guide, Sun Java System Communications Express comes with supplementary information for administrators as well as documentation for developers. Use the following URL to see all the Sun Java System Communications Express, Sun Java System Calendar Server, and Sun Java System Messaging Server documentation:

Listed below are additional documents that are available:

Where to Find This Guide Online

You can find the Sun Java System Communications Express Administration Guide online in PDF and HTML formats. This book can be found at the following URL:

Miscellaneous Related Links

Other links include:

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