Select and Configure the Import Container
The import container stores Notes objects imported from the
Lotus Notes/Domino server to the Exchange server. Imported Notes
objects include users, groups, and resources. (A Notes resource is
a physical item that can be reserved for a meeting, such as a
conference room or an overhead projector.) Each imported object can
be represented in
Caution If you decide to change the import container or modify how Notes objects are imported to Exchange (for example, as users or contacts), first delete all Notes objects from the current import container, and then resynchronize the directory information from Notes to Exchange by initiating an immediate full reload of the Notes object information.
To select and configure the import container:
Note These options apply only to newly imported objects. For example, if you change the import option from Create a Windows contact to Create a new Windows user account, objects you previously imported as contacts remain contacts. Objects imported after you change the option are imported as Windows users with enabled or disabled accounts.
Create a disabled Windows user account
Create a new Windows user account
Create a Windows contact
Note In the Exchsrvr\Conndata\Dxamex\Amap.tbl file, the NOTESADDR attribute, which specifies the maximum size of an imported Lotus Notes address, is set to 128 bytes. If the address of any imported Notes object—user, group, or resource—exceeds 128 bytes, the portion that exceeds this limit (typically all or part of the Notes domain) will be missing. If you need to increase the size of this attribute to accommodate longer addresses, change the NOTESADDR value in Amap.tbl.
Related TopicsDirectory Synchronization Specify Export Containers Exchange Product Support