The schema is generated based on a fixed schema that models the
database structure. Refresh schema is not available for this
management agent, because it uses a static schema that cannot be
Before creating a management agent for Lotus Notes, the Lotus
Notes client must be installed on the server that is running
Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003, and any users that
either create or run the management agent must have permissions for
the Notes.ini file.
The version of the Lotus Notes client that you use should match
the version of the Domino server with which you are synchronizing.
If you use different versions (for example, a Lotus Notes client
release 4.6 and a Domino server release 5.0), you might
experience import and export failures.
If you are connecting to a Domino server release 6.0 or
6.5, you should use the Lotus Notes client release 5.0.
The Microsoft Identity Integration Server service account
needs permission to write to the Lotus Notes client installation
folder. When you create a management agent for Lotus Notes, the
file Mmslnext.dll is copied to the Lotus Notes client installation
folder, if it is not already there. To ensure that the management
agent runs properly, the Mmslnext.dll file should be secured by
setting access permissions to the file or to the folder that
contains the file. In addition, the first parameter of the
ExtMgr_AddIns settings in the Notes.ini file must be
Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 is aware of the
default Lotus Notes schema only. If you extend the Lotus Notes
schema, Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 cannot
recognize any of the new items.
Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 cannot run more
than one management agent for Lotus Notes at a time.
When provisioning users into a Lotus Notes secondary address
book, you can create Person documents and groups.
The Lotus Notes management agent requires that you use the
hierarchical name that appears in the Lotus Notes server
configuration document when populating the Hierarchical server
name field in the Connect to Notes Server wizard page.
The Lotus Notes hierarchical server name can also be found in the
Domino directory and appears as Myserver/Myorg.
This management agent supports password management. For more information, see Related Topics.