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DirSynch and SMTP Address Space Sharing between Exchange 2000 and Notes        

The scenario: two merging organizations, one with Microsoft Exchange and the other with Lotus Notes. Both organizations have their own Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) address space but plan to merge the two into one new shared address space while maintaining routes to their respective old address spaces. Want to find out how to accomplish this? Check it out


Jayme Bowers has over nine years of Information Technology experience as a Solutions Architect, Lead Developer and Systems Engineer in the Financial, Insurance, Manufacturing, Technology, Healthcare, Legal, Government and Education industries with specific knowledge in Lotus Notes, Microsoft and Citrix platform integration, and workflow and knowledge management solutions. He is experienced in client-server and web environments with expertise in the complete development life cycle of business and educational systems.


Jayme has presented at various Microsoft events, including the MEC, TechEd Europe and Fusion, and has served on key industry leadership councils, including the IBM-IKON Alliance.  He currently serves as a Solutions Architect for Mesa Software and Services.

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