Here's the first professional guide to optimizing what has become the standard software for companies sharing information across the enterprise: Lotus Notes. This book draws on IBM's experiences in implementing Notes across its own global network and in internetworking its many partners and consulting clients to provide a rich imaginative resource. The guide lays out design approaches and options for various enterprises and provides in-depth advice for effective database distribution, replication, mail routing, bandwidth management, dial access, security, and connection to outside domains. It also covers such advanced topics as naming standards, address books, data repositories, and remote monitoring. Plus methods for leveraging the Internet for many of the network requirements of Lotus Notes are emphasized throughout the book.