Domino server running PHP CGI /Install/implement PHP on Domino Windows Server

I have been looking the trick to run PHP engine into a Domino server;

By default, Domino Server does not support PHP; However I am including the step by step instructions on how to implement it into Domino Server on Windows Machine.

You need first the PHP binaries:

http://windows.php.net/download/

I have been using the version (5.4.9), downloadable here.

– Uncompress the content of this zip file.

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Domino hiding SMTP header items

I needed to hide server version and Domino information ‘leakage’ in MIME information, follow the steps below to hide this information.

To hide the senders client information which is ¬†Lotus Notes 6.5.3 as indicated by the X-Mailer line, then you would include the field “$XMailer” as one to be hidden from the SMTP header. Also, the X-MIMETrack field above shows information about all the SMTP servers that have itemized and serialized the SMTP message on it’s travels to my IBM account. Hiding the $MIMETrack ¬†will force the outbound Domino server to not include any information about the serialization and itemization when it leaves Domino. Finally specifying the Received field will remove information in the Received field of the message about previous hops that the message has taken in your internal system.

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Domino Server installation on Linux (Centos or Redhat)

I have been struggling a little, on the configuration steps until I figured that these steps could be done remotely from a Windows Machine.

I have been taken Centos 5.7 x64 and Domino 8.5.1 and Windows Machine. (Windows)

An additional machine is needed to install the Lotus Notes Administrator in order to configure and setup the Domino Server remotely and manage it later on.

Let start by installing the Domino server on the Linux machine; Before starting to install you do need to prepare the platform.

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