Filtered by: All-Tech GroupWise
An application like GroupWise might crash but the Linux server will stay up and the resource won't migrate since the resource volume and IP address are still up. The solution to this is the Monitoring function within Novell Clustering on Linux.
Recently, we had heard rumblings from our users about how the "Display Next" button had disappeared in WebAccess. Not surprisingly, Internet Explorer 8 renders the web application message list in a slightly different fashion than most other browsers. The "Next" button wasn't missing, it was just buried below a large amount of whitespace in the client window, forcing the users to scroll down a screen to get to it. Here's a solution.
How to view the GroupWise Agents log files in real time...
Submitted by: robwillcox318 on Tue. 05.11.2010
Filed Under: GroupWise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, All Tech, All the Time
Topic: Administration, Agents, All-Tech GroupWise, GWIA (GroupWise Internet Agent), Health Reports, Linux, Logging, Migrating GroupWise from NetWare/Windows to Linux, Monitoring, Statistics
The next version of GroupWise is code named ‘Ascot’. It is scheduled to be delivered later this year. Check out some of the high level details about this release:
Submitted by: dlythgoe on Mon. 04.12.2010
Filed Under: GroupWise Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Solution Provider, Technology Partners, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, End-User Computing, Conferencing Cool Solutions, All Tech, All the Time
Topic: All-Tech GroupWise, Collaboration
Product: Data Synchronizer, GroupWise
With End-of-Life for NetWare looming and GroupWise becoming more prevalent on Linux servers, the need to run ConsoleOne directly from a domain server has become more necessary. If done with any regularity, this can be a burden. Fortunately, if you use a Linux workstation there is a way to make a one-click shortcut to run ConsoleOne directly from the Linux server.