CLP Training Guide: Lotus Notes

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-- Study Hundreds of test questions as well as a sample exam with the TestPrep test engine on the CD-ROM -- the closest thing to the actual CLP exams!
-- Practice exercises teach readers how to use Lotus Notes efficiently & effectively!
-- Learn insider tips and notes from a distinguished team of Certified Lotus Instructors
-- Comprehensive study material covers what readers need to pass the Application Development 1 & 2 and System Administration 1 & 2 exams!

As competition in the technology marketplace increases, so does the need for proof of technical expertise. Several certification programs allow administrators and developers to prove their knowledge of various technologies (e.g. MCSE, Java certification, Solaris certification). Lotus also has a certification program that is starting to increase in popularity. Currently there are 21,000 Certified Lotus Professionals (CLPs) in both version 3 and 4, which indicates a growing demand. This book will be one of the first on the market to address the needs of administrators & developers studying for CLP certification.

The Training Guide series offers readers a comprehensive method for preparing for the CLP exams. Each exam objective is covered in detail. Information is supplemented with exercises and review questions to help readers prepare for the exams.

CLP Training Guide: System Administration & Application Development will provide readers with the information and tools needed to prepare for and pass the core CLP exams.

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Contents

Introduction to Notes System Administration Components
15
Server and Client Setup
45
Comparing North American and International IDs
57
Copyright

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Bannon is a consultant for IBM Global Services

Maione is the President and lead consultant at Ikthuse Consulting. Prior to launching his own consulting service, He was a full-time trainer with PBSC Computer Training Centres, the largest Canadian CTEC. He has a computer science degree and 16 years of experience programming and administering networks in a variety of environments.

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