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SEMS with SED email and Lotus Domino

Created: 22 Nov 2013 | 3 comments
rojopipe's picture

Hi Guys,

Your recommendation please.

Which is the best placement when the internal mail server is Lotus domino and also requires encrypting from Lotus Notes (Desktop Email), internal or Gateway..?

Currently, the Lotus domino sends messages to message filter server (competitor Symantec Messaging Gateway, ) and this sends the messages to internet.

Thanks.

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Anthony_Betow's picture

The best setup is Gateway mode.  You'll just have to setup your relays.

rojopipe's picture

Thanks Anthony_Betow.

In this scenario, the encryption is done automatically ..? The users should do something in addition to what you normally do to send an email ..?

Anthony_Betow's picture

You'll have to have SED installed on the client and in the PGP messenging you'll have to list the mail server and the encryption server. You can setup mail policy for auto encryption based on rules on the SEMS server.

Additional info:

The Lotus Domino would connect to the SEMS on an outbound connector, SEMS mail proxy would outbound to the gateway or Spam filter (if applys) 

The SEMS mail proxy for the Inbound would point to the Lotus Domino server.  (SMTP unified)

Managed Domain on the SEMS would be set.  (Most of this is setup in installation of the SEMS server) 

DNS and MX records would have to be created.

Here is an article of what is supported:

http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH148838