Novell GroupWise 6.5 Administrator's Guide

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Novell Press, 2003 - Computers - 948 pages
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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 Handbook is 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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Contents

Introduction
1
Administration Interface
63
Agents and Clients
151
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Tay Kratzer works as a Novell Premium Service-Primary Support Engineer for some of Novell's larger customer sites. He is the author and co-author of five other GroupWise-related books and writes for Novell Connection Magazine, Novell AppNotes, and GroupWise Advisor Magazine. He has supported Novell GroupWise for 11 years, is a Novell Master CNE, and is the recipient of the Software Support Professional Association's Year 2000 "Outstanding Superstar" award. He lives in Utah with his wife, Dr. Irina Kratzer, and their four children, Anastasia, Lindy, Dallin, and Wesley. Tay maintains a Web site to support this book and GroupWise topics at http://www.taykratzer.com.

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