The IONET Client Automation Tool provides automatic, centralised management of local Lotus Notes Mail, Archives, Address Books and Chats.
This allows Administrators to silently control otherwise inaccessible files on User PCs, invisibly to the User, and from a central location.
This protects local Notes data, ensuring it is secure, backed up, and accessible for both ongoing Notes use and data migration purposes.
Administrators can identify local Notes Mail and Archives, decrypt Mail and Databases prior to migrating, synchronise Mail and Address Book Contacts, upload local Mail, Archives & Chats to a central Domino Server for better management, or migrate local Mail & Archives directly to PSTs in-place on User PCs.
Multiple options provide full control for the Administrator, including conversion settings, logging, status reports and reprocessing control.
The tool is deployed in the environment using standard Notes Desktop Policies, and integrates with Notes Pipeliner functionality.
Manage and control Local Notes Mail Files & Archives from a central, Administrator-driven interface.
Decrypt Mail, Identify local Mail Files & Archives, Synchronise Mail and Directory Contacts, Upload local Databases & Chats to a Domino Server, or Convert local Mail & Archives to PSTs.
Runs automatically in the background of Client PCs, without requiring user interaction.
Deployed using standard Notes Policies, without requiring Notes Mail or any other additional software.
Automatic Setup & Operation.
Centrally controlled by the Administrator.
Runs invisibly to the User.
Identifies Local Mail & Archive Databases.
Decrypts Mail and Databases usingthe User ID.
Synchronises Mail and Address Book Contacts and Groups.
Uploads local Mail & Archives to a Domino Server.
Uploads local Sametime Chats to a Domino Server.
Synchronises local Address Book contacts with Mail.
Converts local Mail & Archives to PSTs on the PC, with full fidelity.
Does not require Notes Mail or Microsoft Outlook.
Retains Metadata and Folder structures.
Supports multiple character sets.
Leaves original data intact.
Logs errors and actions.