This article describes how to install the PGP Lotus Notes Plug-In on the Lotus Notes Domino Server. This article applies to PGP 8.x (Desktop and Enterprise), and Lotus Notes Domino Server version 4.5.x, 4.6.x, 5.x, and 6.x.
The PGP Lotus Notes Plug-In uses the PGP Plug-In Template database to allow PGP-enabled and non-PGP-enabled Notes Mail users to coexist peacefully within your Lotus Domino environment.
This article assumes that Lotus Notes 4.5.x, 4.6.x, 5.x, or 6.x is installed and functioning on your users' computers and that your network is running Lotus Domino server software 4.6.x, 5.x, or 6.x. We also assume you are the Lotus Notes administrator for your company or are at least familiar with Notes administration and have commensurate access rights into your Lotus Notes infrastructure. Without the proper access rights you cannot install the PGP Lotus Notes Plug-in.
Prior to installing the Lotus Notes Plug-in
Using the PGP Lotus Domino Server wizard there are two options:
Configuring your Domino servers:
|Note: Select Create or refresh PGP Plug-In template if you are installing the PGP Lotus Notes plug-in in your organization's Domino environment for the first time, or when you want to update the template already on the target Domino server. Select PGP enable specific Notes mail database(s) so that you can enable selected mail databases to use the PGP Plug-in template. If you selected PGP enable specific Notes mail database(s), the Lotus Notes Template Filename screen appears.|
Notify existing PGP Desktop 8.x users that they may now use PGP from within Lotus Notes. Also tell them that they may need to trust a security warning in their Lotus Notes Client application in order for the PGP Lotus Notes Plug-in to show up the first time.