Novell GroupWise 6.5 Administrator's Guide
GroupWise allows corporate users to manage documents, share calendars, and control project workflow across network operating systems, including Novell NetWare, Windows NT, and Windows 2000. Changes in version 6.5 include improvements to the user interface and to integration tools for third-party developers. The software allows employees to access business information via a Web browser on a desktop or a laptop PC, and from wireless handhelds like Research In Motion's BlackBerry devices. Approximately 34 million people use GroupWise, with an average of one administrator per 1000 end-users. Novell's GroupWise 6.5 Administrator's Handbookis an in-depth, authoritative guide for administrators of GroupWise. It helps networking and messaging professions plan and install a GroupWise system, set up multiple post office domain systems, configure messaging and Internet services, migrate from previous versions of GroupWise, and troubleshoot message flow and fix directory problems.
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address book Agents and Clients Applied Architecture Archive backup BLOB file browser button certificate CHAPTER Click connection ConsoleOne CORPPO created default deleted document management domain database domain name e-mail eDirectory tree enabled encrypted folder gateway GroupWise 6.5 GroupWise administration GroupWise client GroupWise directory GroupWise domain GroupWise Messenger GroupWise Monitor GroupWise objects GroupWise post office GroupWise system GroupWise user GroupWise Utilities GroupWise WebAccess GWCHECK GWIA IMAP IMAP4 install interface Internet Internet addressing IP address LDAP server log file lookup mailbox message store Message Transfer Agent move NetWare Novell Novell eDirectory Novell GroupWise option password POP3 port primary domain queues restore area running S/MIME secondary domain Settings property shown in Figure SMTP SNMP TCP/IP thread Tools Troubleshooting user database user object user's USERA WebAccess Agent WebAccess Application Windows Windows Registry WPDOMAIN.DB file WPHOST.DB file