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GWFetchMail is the ultimate tool to collect e-mail from one or more external POP mailboxes and route them into your GroupWise system. As GWFetchMail is a back-end service running on a server, the mail will be collected even if you have not started your GroupWise client. This is ideal for those situations when you have external mailboxes and people within your organization with for example PDA's connected to GroupWise would need access to these messages at all times.
The iCal2GW service synchronizes events, tasks andmilestones from any calendar source in the iCal format into GroupWise calendars. This solution can be used to synchronize from sources on the Internet as well as with your Novell Teaming server - very cool!
Updated: DNSBLchecker is a program for checking hosts in Internet : Enter a domain name or IP of your host, and I tell you who are you! The program also includes additional tests:
- Checking websites hosted on one IP address
- Trace route
Submitted by: kvictor on Tue. 05.19.2009
Filed Under: Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions
Topic: Administration, Anti-Spam, GWIA (GroupWise Internet Agent), Linux, Linux Usage, Windows, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Product: BorderManager, GroupWise, Linux, openSUSE, SUSE Linux Enterprise, SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
This article provides complete, in-depth technical information on creating VC++ Debug Runtime Libraries and Silent install support for the package using a Setup and Deployment Project. This article also gives you a tip on how to check whether this package is already installed using its unique id.
Migrating from Windows to OES 2 SP1 does not provide a simple, straightforward GUI to migrate all the services. File Share migration uses a nice GUI utility, everything is manual and command line based. Not overly difficult, really. There are a few things to that need to be considered before you can start. There are specifics, but here's what I used and suggest to make sure that you don't hit any road blocks.
Submitted by: mfaris01 on Mon. 03.09.2009
Filed Under: Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions
Topic: Active Directory, Alternatives to Windows, Best Practices, eDirectory, Microsoft, Migrating from Windows XP or 2003 to SUSE Linux, Migration, Novell Open Workgroup Suite Small Business Edition, OES Migration, Upgrading to OES, Windows
Product: Open Enterprise Server
At GWAVACon it was made very clear to me that the documentation for GroupWise administration "mount points" either is not clear enough, or just needs more visibility! I promised at least 5 different groups of session attendees that I would come right back and post a blog entry about this to try to clear up the confusion.