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Integrating IBM Lotus Domino data with Microsoft SharePoint Services
A good starting point if you're interested in integrating Lotus Notes Domino and Microsoft SharePoint, this IBM article outlines what MOSS is, what it does, and the different methods you can use to integrate it into your Notes organization.
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Integrating IBM Lotus Connections with Microsoft technologies
Find out how IBM Lotus Connections can complement and easily integrate with Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft Live Communications Server. In addition, you'll learn how to add the Lotus Connections person tag to a Web page with the aid of screenshots and code snippets.
Configuring the Lotus Notes Protocol Handler for SharePoint 2003
To crawl a Notes database from SharePoint 2003, you must configure Microsoft's Lotus Notes Protocol Handler. This tip explains how to prepare Lotus Notes for use with SharePoint Portal Server 2003, and how to add full control permissions to the Lotus Notes installation directory for a SPS_WPG group.
Configure SharePoint Server 2007 to crawl Lotus Notes
Read about the prerequisites you'll need to crawl Lotus Notes from a SharePoint 2007 server, how to set it up, and issues you should consider before implementation.
Using Microsoft SharePoint 2007 to index a Lotus Notes database
Mei Ying's blog provides step-by-step instructions and screenshots that teach you how to index a Lotus Notes database in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.
Display correct titles of Lotus Notes documents in SharePoint search results
When configuring Microsoft SharePoint to search Lotus Notes, the search results are often displayed as the GUIDs of the Lotus Notes documents, not their real, working titles. Discover a few quick steps that will provide full titles instead.