Enterprise Quality Directory Synchronization

Directory synchronization for Microsoft's Exchange, Notes, GroupWise and LDAP2 and LDAP3-compliant directories and others

DirSync™ provides a simple two-step process for each e-mail system. Entries from the legacy e-mail system are extracted. These entries are then loaded into the target e-mail system as foreign users. The target e-mail users are extracted and loaded into the legacy e-mail system. Running as a scheduled task, the E-Mail Shuttle performs the steps necessary to do the extract from a single LDAP directory and determine the deltas (adds, modifies, and deletes) to be sent to the target system in order to update or synchronize the directory.

DirSync™ was designed for high-performance synchronization of large, enterprise directories and works equally well when synchronizing between two systems or several systems.

Directory Synchronization for TAO or H&W SYSM

DirSync™ is an all-software solution to e-mail ID directory replication between TAO or H&W SYSM and the Lotus Name and Address Book (NAB) or the Exchange Directory. DirSync™ provides automatic bi-directional synchronization. Unlike other directory synchronization products, DirSync™ does not require a "box in the middle" or third-party software. This means no extra costs, no added maintenance burden, and no manual intervention.

DirSync™ uses FTP or another file transfer mechanism selected by the organization to update directories on both platforms with additions, deletions and modifications. It can run after business hours or on any schedule selected by the organization. DirSync™ may be used separately or integrated with other E-Mail Shuttle components as part of a larger migration or coexistence plan. For example, when migrating groups of users, it may be used to quickly build Notes or Exchange directories. In addition, should it ever be necessary, DirSync™ can even "reverse migrate" users by automatically resetting their forwarding addresses back to the original environment.

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