CMT for Coexistence
Establishes interoperability between IBM Lotus Domino and Microsoft Exchange or Office 365
CMT for Coexistence enables robust interoperability between users on IBM Lotus Domino and Microsoft Exchange or Office 365 due to a migration, merger or acquisition. If your organization needs to migrate between IBM Lotus Domino and on-premises or cloud versions of Microsoft Exchange over an extended period of time or needs to coexist long-term with both platforms, CMT for Coexistence enables your users to avoid issues with sending emails to, and calendaring meetings with, users on the other email system.
Establish Email Coexistence and Interoperability between IBM Domino and Microsoft Exchange/Office 365
CMT for Coexistence preserves the workflow of your users by ensuring the high-fidelity interchange of directory information, email, calendar entries, calendar free/busy availability, and email-enabled applications.
Establishes directory synchronization between on-premises versions of Domino and Exchange to make sure that user addressing is transparent and functional, regardless of the migration status of the users. Also supplements Office 365 migrations by synchronizing the objects in Domino to the on-premises Active Directory and Exchange.
Provides for calendar free/busy lookups to ensure that users can obtain availability information for other users, regardless of the system the users are associated with.
Our email coexistence solution enables the high-availability, high-performance, and high-fidelity exchange of data that preserves the workflow related to email including document and database links.
Ensures that calendars stay synchronized between Notes and Outlook users when creating, updating, rescheduling, and cancelling meetings, regardless of a user’s migration status.
Enables migrated Outlook users to view emails from Notes applications and to be able to perform the actions required by these emails.
On-the-Fly Encryption and Decryption
Encrypted emails and invites from Notes users can be automatically decrypted when sent to Outlook users and Items marked as private or containing a configurable keyword in the subject can be automatically encrypted when sent from Outlook users to Notes users.
In a five month timeframe, we migrated roughly 30,000 people, without impacting their business, without interrupting their day to day operations, to a hosted environment.