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Sun Java System Connector for Microsoft Outlook 7 2005Q1 Administration Guide 


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Who Should Use This Book
Before You Read This Book
How This Book Is Organized
Conventions Used in This Book
Typographic Conventions
Related Documentation
Books in This Documentation Set
Other Server Documentation
Accessing Sun Resources Online
Contacting Sun Technical Support
Related Third-Party Web Site References
Sun Welcomes Your Comments

Chapter 1   Getting Started
Introduction and Orientation
Administrator’s Process Overview

Chapter 2   Configuring End-User Packages
Processes Tab
User mode
Processes to include in this configuration
Log file settings
Status file settings
Notes (optional)
User Profiles Tab
User profile settings
Converted/upgraded Profile Settings
Created Profile Settings
Option to save profile user password during configuration
User .psts Tab
General Settings for Personal Folder (.pst) Files
Exchange Profile Settings for .psts
IMAP/POP Profile Settings for .psts
Servers Tab
Mail Tab
Incoming Mail (IMAP)
Outgoing Mail (SMTP)
Calendar Tab
Address Book Tab
Single User Tab

Chapter 3   Application Notes for Special Circumstances
“Push” Method Deployment, If End Users Lack Installation Privileges
Step 1: Prepare the Necessary Shared Folders
Step 2: Prepare a Connector for Microsoft Outlook Installation Package to Install the Necessary Software
Step 3: Push the First Sun Java System Installation Package to User Desktops via an SMS Installation Package
Step 4: Prepare a Second Sun Java System Installation Package to Convert Existing Outlook Profiles and Data Files
Step 5: Push the Second Sun Java System Installation Package to User Desktops via an SMS Installation Package
Command-Line Switches for the User Installation Package
Migrating Terminal Service Users from Exchange to the Sun Java System
Step 1: Prepare the Server
Step 2: Create an Appropriate Desktop Installation Package
Step 3: Update the User’s Desktop
To Designate Microsoft Outlook as a User’s Default E-mail Client
To Remove a Sun Synchronization Program from a User’s Workstation
Undoing (Reversing) a User’s Migration
Recovering from a User’s Removal of LDAP Services from Outlook



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