Installation and Configuration

Before KeyView can filter NSF files, you must set up the Lotus Notes client or Lotus Domino server. Full configuration is not required. The following steps outline the minimal setup for NSF filtering.

Windows

  1. Install the Lotus Notes client or Lotus Domino server. You do not need to configure the client or server.
  2. Make sure that the notes.ini file is in the install\lotus\notes directory, where install is the directory where Lotus Notes is installed. If the file does not exist, create an ASCII file named notes.ini, and add the following text:

    [Notes]
  3. Add the install\lotus\notes and the KeyView bin directory to the PATH environment variable. HPE recommends that you add the KeyView bin directory because the Lotus Notes installation might contain older KeyView OEM libraries.

Solaris

  1. Install Lotus Domino server. You do not need to configure the server.
  2. Make sure that the notes.ini file is in the install/lotus/notes/latest/sunspa directory, where install is the directory where Lotus Notes is installed. If the file does not exist, create an ASCII file named notes.ini, and add the following text:

    [Notes]
  3. Add the install/lotus/notes/latest/sunspa directory to the PATH environment variable:

    setenv PATH install/lotus/notes/latest/sunspa:$PATH 
  4. Add the install/lotus/notes/latest/sunspa and the KeyView bin directory to the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable:

    setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH keyview_bin:install/lotus/notes/latest/sunspa:$LD_LIBARY_PATH

    where keyview_bin is the location of the KeyView bin directory. HPE recommends that you add the KeyView bin directory because the Lotus Notes installation might contain older KeyView OEM libraries.

AIX 5.x

  1. Install the bos.iocp.rte file set if it is not already installed, and reboot the machine. See the Lotus Domino server documentation for more information.
  2. Install Lotus Domino server. You do not need to configure the server.
  3. Make sure that the notes.ini file is in the install/lotus/notes/latest/ibmpow directory, where install is the directory where Lotus Notes is installed. If the file does not exist, create an ASCII file named notes.ini, and add the following text:

    [Notes]
  4. Add the install/lotus/notes/latest/ibmpow directory to the PATH environment variable:

    setenv PATH install/lotus/notes/latest/ibmpow:$PATH
  5. Add the install/lotus/notes/latest/ibmpow and the KeyView bin directory to the LIBPATH environment variable:

    setenv LIBPATH keyview_bin:install/lotus/notes/latest/ibmpow:$LIBPATH

    where keyview_bin is the location of the KeyView bin directory. HPE recommends that you add the KeyView bin directory because the Lotus Notes installation might contain older KeyView OEM libraries.

Linux

  1. Install Lotus Domino server. You do not need to configure the server.
  2. Make sure that the notes.ini file is in the install/lotus/notes/latest/linux directory, where install is the directory where Lotus Notes is installed. If the file does not exist, create an ASCII file named notes.ini, and add the following text:

    [Notes]
  3. Add the install/lotus/notes/latest/linux directory to the PATH environment variable:

    setenv PATH install/lotus/notes/latest/linux:$PATH
  4. Add the install/lotus/notes/latest/linux and the KeyView bin directory to the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable:

    setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH keyview_bin:install/lotus/notes/latest/linux:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH

    where keyview_bin is the location of the KeyView bin directory. HPE recommends that you add the KeyView bin directory because the Lotus Notes installation might contain older KeyView OEM libraries.


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