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Christoph Behrensdorf
Christoph Behrensdorf
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Pinned topic [SOLVED] ICC for Mail on Windows 64bit

‏2010-03-28T20:25:31Z |
Does anybody have ICC for Mail up and running on Windows 64bit?
 
We tried to get ICC für Domino running in a demo environment on Windows 64bit without success.
That's what we have:
  • Windows Server 2003 Server SP2 64 bit
  • DB2 9.5 64bit
  • WAS 6.1 32bit
  • CM 8.4.2 FP1 (there is only one binary package)
  • ICC 2.1.1 FP1
  • ICC TextSearch
  • Lotus Domino 8.5.1
  • Lotus Notes 8.5.1
If you have, could you share your installation and configuration parameters?
For example: Have you used the default installation path or a custom?
 
Christoph
Updated on 2011-07-22T12:51:37Z at 2011-07-22T12:51:37Z by Christoph Behrensdorf
  • Alexander Addison
    Alexander Addison
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    Re: ICC for Mail on Windows 64bit

    ‏2010-04-26T16:40:46Z  in response to Christoph Behrensdorf
     Hi Christopher,
    We're about to get underway with ICC on 64-bit after a failed installation using Email Manager 4.0.2 in a 64-bit environment. I'll keep you posted--- 
     
    Alex 
    • Christoph Behrensdorf
      Christoph Behrensdorf
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      AW: Re: ICC for Mail on Windows 64bit

      ‏2010-04-27T07:26:38Z  in response to Alexander Addison
       Thank you for your update.
      We'll try to get ICC running on 32bit during the next weeks.
       
      Christoph
  • Christoph Behrensdorf
    Christoph Behrensdorf
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    Re: ICC for Mail on Windows 64bit

    ‏2011-07-22T12:51:20Z  in response to Christoph Behrensdorf
    We finally solved the problem.
     
    While installing DB2 runtime environment we tried to keep it very small and disabled the DB2 OLE driver. Nobody knew, that this is mandatory.
    A colleague from another BP told me to install it and afterwards ICC was up and running.
     
    Christoph