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HOST NAME field in R5 server document.

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In R4.6x, there are no need to enter Host name filed for each server in server documenet. So when I install addtional r5 server, what should I enter for the Host name field?
and what is the meaning of that field?
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This field should contain the DNS name of your server.

/Fredrik

http://surf.to/LotusNotes
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What I think is that for the notes, there are a name x/ou/o for the server.
And Ihave host entry x in the DNS directory. DO u think need to add a host entry x.acme.com , and what is the actual purpose of apply this kind of name.
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This field is asking for the hostname in the form of x.acme.com and is used to generate an appropriate reference to that server in all IP services (http, ldap, etc.).
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