Provisioning objects to be exported to a Lotus Notes connected directory requires specific Forefront Identity Manager Synchronization Service (FIM Synchronization Service) properties to have specific values. The following table describes these properties.

Properties

Property Description

_MMS_Certifier

Access: Write-only

DataType: String

Optional property that contains the organizational unit (OU) name of the certifier. This property should be empty for contacts.

_MMS_CertDaysToExpire

The number of days from the current date before the certificate expires. The default date is two years from the current date.

Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 SP2: This property is introduced in Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 SP2.

_MMS_MailQuotaSizeLimit

The number of megabytes that are allowed for the e-mail file database.

Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 SP2: This property is introduced in Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 SP2.

_MMS_MailQuotaWarningThreshold

The number of megabytes that are allowed for the e-mail file database before a warning is issued.

Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 SP2: This property is introduced in Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 SP2.

_MMS_MailTemplateName

The e-mail template file that is used to create the user's e-mail file. If a template is specified, the mail file is created using the specified template. If no template is specified, the default template file is used to create the file.

Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 SP2: This property is introduced in Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 SP2.

_MMS_IDPath

Access: Write-only

DataType: String

Required if the user identification is a file. The property contains the location where the identification file is stored or generated. If this property contains a full path, the identification file is created at the specified path location. If this property contains only a file name, the identification file is created in the madata folder.

_MMS_IDRegType

Access: Write-only

DataType: Integer

Value Meaning

0

Contact. The _MMS_Certifier and _MMS_OU properties should be empty.

1

U.S. user

2

International user

_MMS_IDStoreType

Access: Write-only

DataType: Integer

Required property for U.S. and international users. The property contains an integer value that specifies whether the user identification is stored as a file in the MADATA or a specified folder, or as an attachment in the Notes address book. This property should be empty for contacts.

Value Meaning

0

No identification file

1

Attachment in the Notes address book. The _MMS_Password property must be set for user identification files that are attachments.

2

File. The _MMS_IDPath and the _MMS_Password properties must be set for user identification files.

MMS_OU

Access: Write-only

DataType: String

Optional property that is the OU name under the certifier. This property should be empty for contacts.

_MMS_Password

Access: Write-only

DataType: String

Required property for users with identification files. The property contains the password for the identification file of the object.

_MMS_UseAdminP

Property is true if the user-specified mail file is created by the AdminP process on the Notes server; it is false if the mail file is created with the Notes user.

Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 SP2: This property is introduced in Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 SP2.

MailServer

Access: Write-only

DataType: String

Required property that contains the name of the Lotus Domino server. This is the name to use when you create the Lotus mail file on the Domino server.

MailFile

Access: Write-only

DataType: String

Required property that contains the path on the Lotus Domino server where the mail file is stored.

HTTPPassword

Access: Write-only

DataType: String

Optional property that contains the Web access password for the object.

Remarks

For a user who has an identification file, the _MMS_Password property must contain a value.

For a user to access e-mail through the Lotus Notes client, the MailServer and MailFile properties must contain a value. To access e-mail through a Web browser, the following properties must contain values:

  • MailFile

  • HTTPPassword

  • MailServer

To access the Domino Server without mail capability, the HTTPPassword property must contain a value, and the MailFile property and the MailServer property can be empty.

For code examples that demonstrate provisioning objects for Lotus Notes data sources, see Lotus Notes Connected Data Sources.

See Also

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