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The New CERN Mail Services Information for group Administrators. Alberto Pace for the Internet Service Group and the Mail Migration Task Force. What’s the issue ?.

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the new cern mail services information for group administrators

The New CERN Mail ServicesInformation for group Administrators

Alberto Pace

for the Internet Service Group

and the Mail Migration Task Force

what s the issue
What’s the issue ?
  • During 2003, CERN will migrate users from the legacy service (http://cern.ch/mailservices) to the new infrastructure (http://cern.ch/mmm)
  • The new service is compatible with the old one and the migration will be (almost) transparent for end users
    • The few differences that will be exposed to users are described in the next slides
  • There will be changes in USERREG
    • Compatibility is ensured, but administrators should be aware and understand the new model
background motivation
Background motivation
  • Possibility to encrypt mail sessions using secure-IMAP and secure-POP protocols
  • Mail Username/Password = NICE Username/Password
    • Single sign on across NICE, Mail and Central Web servers
  • Webmail available at http://cern.ch/mmm
  • Shared Calendar using the Web interface (or MAPI Clients)
  • Web interface to Internet News and Public folders
  • Improved Spam Fight
roadmap
Roadmap
  • Proposal made end of 2001
  • Pilot started beginning of 2002
  • New service approved by desktop forum October 2002
  • Userreg modification: December 2002
  • Server-side migration starts January 2003
current status
Current Status
  • 242 users on November 22th, 2002
    • 10 % increase in the last 12 days
server side migration

webdav

http

mapi

imaps

pops

Additional interfaces available

Legacy Server

New Server

Server-side migration

Mail User

Mail Client

imap

user.mailbox.cern.ch

Mail Server

The server is replaced,

Nothing changes for the client

changes for the users
Changes for the users
  • Nothing …
    • Same IMAP service on machine xxxx.mailbox.cern.ch
    • No need to reconfigure Mail client
  • But …
    • Single sign on Mail / NICE (changes to userreg)
    • Pine users on linux should use at least version 4.21 and will have to type their password when pine starts (or saved locally in protected space)
    • Procmail no longer supported (workaround being investigated, users will be contacted)
changes to userreg 1
CHANGES to USERREG (1)
  • MAILSERV and NOVELL services will remain as today
    • Even if they will be internally mapped to one unique service, they will still appear as two distinct services in USERREG
  • NOVELL is used to create NICE accounts.
    • Same as today
  • MAILSERV is used to create mailboxes
    • Same as today
  • The creation of a mailbox for a user will force the creation of a NICE account if not already existing
    • Transparent to group administrators and users.
    • (note: today is the opposite, Creation of a NICE account forces the creation of a Mailserv mailbox if necessary)
changes to userreg 2
CHANGES to USERREG (2)
  • No possibility to create new mailboxes on the legacy services
    • Request for MAILBOX on MAILSERV will create a mailbox on the new service only
changes to userreg 3
CHANGES to USERREG (3)
  • Password change request for NOVELL (Nice) and MAILSERV will be handled identically by the Helpdesk
    • It will always change the NICE password
    • If the user has not been migrated yet, it will also change the password on the legacy Mail servers
  • Basically we will have the same login and for users not yet migrated passwords will be synchronized
  • IMPORTANT: The Listbox / Simba web interface is already authenticating users using any valid MAILSERV or NICE username/password
changes to userreg 4
CHANGES to USERREG (4)
  • When ?
    • December 2002
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