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How to properly configure Lotus Notes Client for NSF Reduction

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How do I properly configure Lotus Notes Client for NSF Reduction

 

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How to properly configure Lotus Notes Client for NSF Reduction

  1. Install Lotus Notes Client on your Export Work Manager
  2. Lotus Notes Client Configuration:
    • Open Lotus Notes. eDiscovery needs to reference the user.id.  Opening the Lotus Notes program generates the user.id file (located by default in C:\Users\<serviceaccount>\AppData\Local\IBM\Notes\Datauser.id).
    • Configure Lotus Notes.
      • Use an underscore ( _ ) in the Your Name field.
      • Do not connect to a Domino server.
  • Do not set up instant messaging.
  1. Do not set up any additional services.
  2. Do not make Lotus Notes your default e-mail program.
  3. If presented with the option, select the check box In the future, do not perform this check.
  • Accept other default setup options.
  1. Close Lotus Notes. If the IBM Lotus Notes dialog box displays the question, "Are you sure you want to exit from Notes?", select the check box In the future, exit without prompting, and select Yes.
  2. Set user password
    • Open Lotus Notes.
    • From the File menu, point to Security, and then select User Security.

  • In the User Security dialog box, select Security Basics
  1. Under the heading Your Login and Password Settings, click Change Password
  2. Type in the desired password in the Enter new password and Re-enter new password spaces.

 

  1. Select OK
  • The IBM Lotus Notes dialog box displays "Your password change succeeded!”
  • Select OK
  1. Close the User Security window by clicking the Close button
  2. Close Lotus Notes
  1. Set user security permissions
    1. Open Lotus Notes.
    2. From the File menu, point to Security, and then select User Security.
  • In the User Security dialog box, expand What Others Do.
  1. Select Using Workstation.
  2. In the Execution Control List (the When code is signed by box), you see the following signatures: -Default- and -No Signature-.
  3. One at a time, select each of those two signatures and select all the permissions in the Allow access to area and the Allow ability to area.
  • Select OK.
  • The IBM Lotus Notes dialog box displays "Successful change to your Execution Control List!"
  1. 7. Select OK.
  2. Close Lotus Notes.
  1. Verify that the Multi User Cleanup Service is not running
    1. From the Start menu, select Control Panel, select Administrative Tools, and then select Services.
    2. In the Services dialog box, look for Multi User Cleanup Service.
  • Do one of the following:
  1. If it is not listed, do nothing, and exit the Services dialog box.
  2. If it is listed:
    1. Verify that the Startup Type is Manual and the Status column is empty.
    2. If those are not the settings:
      1. Double-click Multi User Cleanup Service to open the Properties dialog box.
      2. In the Startup type box, select Manual.
      3. Under Service status, select Stop.
      4. Select OK.
      5. Close the Services dialog box.
    3. eDiscovery Configuration
      1. Login to the eDiscovery User Interface as an Application Admin
      2. Click on the Management Tab or the Gear in the by your login name
      3. Click on System Configuration
      4. Click on Notes Certificates
      5. Click the Browse button
      6. Navigate to where the User.id file for your Notes Client is located
      7. Select the User.id file and click the Open button
      8. Type in the password that you set above in step 2.d.v
      9. Click the Save Certificate button
      10. Click the Close button

 

Overview

 

Configuring Lotus Notes takes the attached steps

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