This topic discusses general issues that may occur due to configuration or known issues with the Microsoft Transporter for Lotus Domino.
- The Lotus Domino servers that are accessed
for interoperability and/or migration must have DNS A records. If
the Lotus Domino servername does not match the hostname name,
create an alias in DNS to resolve the hostname. If this does not
exist and the servername does not match the hostname, Transporter
for Lotus Domino generates an error that it cannot locate the
- Verify that the Lotus Notes client can access
the Domino Directory (names.nsf) on the Lotus Domino server
identified as the Domino Directory server whenever there are any
issues with accessing information on a Lotus Domino server. If the
Lotus Notes client cannot access any Lotus Domino server, verify
that the Location is set to Office. Look at the
bottom right corner of the Lotus Notes client. If it doesn't
indicate Office and instead indicates Home or
Internet or any other setting, click the name and then
select Office from the list.
- When using the Transporter Management
Console, the option to select Ctrl+C to copy the contents of the
command line string does not work when pasted into the command
line. To reuse the string from the GUI, add the string that is
piped in to the command line in the -SourceIdentity
parameter. The following example shows how to perform this task.
The initial password must be a secure string:
move-dominouser -SourceIdentity 'CN=Test User0/O=microsoft' -Quiet -DominoDirectoryServer 'autodomino1611/microsoft' -DomainController 'e045.BRADTG-dom.extest.microsoft.com' -TargetOU 'CN=Users,DC=BRADTG-dom,DC=extest,DC=microsoft,DC=com' -InitialPassword 'Migration!1' -TargetMailboxDatabase 'Mailbox Database'
- The registry information has changed from
previous versions of Exchange Server 2003 Connector. The
connector information is located in the
HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\ section. The ExchangeDominoConnector
key contains the Directory Connector parameters and the
MSExcxhangeCalcon key contains the Free/Busy Connector