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Cool Solutions – the GroupWise Community
Danita’s Desk – GroupWise Goddes
Dean Lythgoe – Director of GroupWise Engineering
Jeff Jaffe – Novell Chief Technology Officer
John Dragoon – Novell Chief Marketing Officer
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Novell Teaming delivers basic document management for the masses that is easy to use, effective and inexpensive. Check out this new Novell Connection magazine article by Ken Baker for all the details.
Last week, we discussed the much maligned and misrepresented concept of stubbing. If you read that post, you learned that when used properly, stubbing can reduce the size of your mailbox store, thus improving the performance of your live mail system and reducing backup time. So, what does “used properly” really mean? Read more.
In this latest OpenMic podcast, Joe ‘Zonker’ Brockmeier talks with Mono founder, Miguel de Icaza, about what’s new with the Mono Project and what’s coming soon. The two also discuss the many iPhone apps brought to you by Mono, what’s next for Moonlight (the Linux implementation of Microsoft’s Silverlight), and why Windows developers should really …
The Last Scan History report presents a concise summary of when devices in your inventory were last scanned. The report is built around a best practice of weekly inventory scans, and breaks a week down day-by-day. Devices with more aged inventory are grouped at 30-day breaks.
The Software Collection Members Report provides a listing of collections defined for your inventory, the number of installed instances for each member of each collection, and the number of installed instances for each member that shows usage.
On a GroupWise 8.0.1 system, you cannot set Mailbox Size Limits on the Client Options, Disk Space Mgmt tab any higher than 4 Gb, if your GroupWise user’s client version is 7.x or below …
Historically, DBMS were invited to divide program and data. The idea was to have a single logic (DBMS) that is aware of all the data a company is working with and some clearly defined interfaces to access these data (SQL). The information is stored in few files in the file system of the underlying operating system. Today this view should be changed again …
Find out which Novell End-User Computing products already support Windows 7–and which will feature Windows 7 support in the near future.
The DNS / DHCP Management Console is available on Linux (OES 2 SP2) and Windows. This article describes how the utility can be used to manage an OES DNS / DHCP Server (Linux / NetWare) from Apple Macintosh systems.