GroupWise 6.5 Support Pack 4 Now Available
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Posted: 3 Mar 2005
GroupWise 6.5 Support Pack 4 combines the NetWare?, Linux*, and Windows* GroupWise 6.5 software into a single Support Pack. The NetWare and Windows software is provided in one set of downloads; the Linux software, including the Cross-Platform client for Linux and Macintosh*, is provided in a separate set of downloads.
GroupWise Messenger Support Pack 4 is available in a separate download below.
Download GroupWise 6.5 Support Pack 4:
|24 Feb 2005||GroupWise 6.5 Admin/Client SP4 Multi-lan|
|24 Feb 2005||GroupWise 6.5 Admin/Client SP4 English Only|
|22 Feb 2005||GroupWise 6.5 Admin/Client SP4 LINUX Multi-lan|
|24 Feb 2005||GroupWise 6.5 Client SP4 Multi-lan|
|24 Feb 2005||GroupWise 6.5 Client SP4 English Only|
|22 Feb 2005||GroupWise 6.5 Client SP4 LINUX Multi-lan|
|11 Feb 2005||GroupWise 6.5 Client SP4 MAC Multi-lan|
Download GroupWise Messenger Support Pack 4:
|24 Feb 2005||GW Messenger Admin/Client SP4 English Only|
|24 Feb 2005||GW Messenger Admin/Client SP4 Mult-lan|
|10 Feb 2005||GW Messenger Admin/Client SP4 LINUX Mult-lan|
|25 Feb 2005||GW Messenger Client SP4 English Only|
|24 Feb 2005||GW Messenger Client SP4 Mult-lan|
|10 Feb 2005||GW Messenger Client SP4 LINUX Mult-lan|
|02 Feb 2005||GW Messenger Client SP4 MAC Mult-lan|
GroupWise 6.5 Documentation:
- GroupWise 6.5 Support Pack 4 Readme file.
- For the latest GroupWise 6.5 documentation, see http://www.novell.com/documentation/gw65/index.html.
List of Fixes in Support Pack 4from the Readme file
- Address Book Fixes
- Administration Fixes
- Agent Fixes
- Client Fixes (Windows)
- Client Fixes (Cross-Platform)
- Client API Fixes
- Engine Fixes
- GWCheck Fixes
- Internet Agent Fixes
- Monitor Fixes
- WebAccess Fixes
- If you drag and drop names from a personal address book to the body of a message, the names are copied (not cut) from the address book and then pasted.
- Free-form e-mail address information for users in groups is saved in personal address books.
- When you save a group from the GroupWise Address Book into a personal address book or your Frequent Contacts address book, the members of the group are listed in the copy of the group.
- When you search for a recipient in an LDAP address book from the Mail To window, the client now sends an LDAP BIND request prior to the search.
- All information from a vCard 2.1 file from a Palm desktop is imported into the address book.
- You can send a message from the Address Book to a recipient whose name includes extended characters.
- On the POA Schedule Events tab, debug information no longer pops up when you add or edit a scheduled event.
- You can add an External Entity on the Membership tab of a restore area.
- You can use the Backup/Restore Mailbox feature for a user who is an External Entity.
- The Validate Database option in ConsoleOne identifies and removes second occurrences of the same field in a single record in a database.
- When you create a new domain or post office on Linux, the location is stored in UNC path format, not a Linux path.
- The My Computer button in the Select Domain Database dialog box works correctly.
- Repaired user records are no longer given unknown GUIDs by a structural rebuild.
- If the POA identifies that its HTTP port is already in use, it displays the correct error message.
- The POA handles SSL connections with MTAs reliably.
- Fixed some POA abends.
- The MTA respects the Maximum Send Message Size Limit for messages that are outbound to the Internet.
- You can forward an item that has an attachment but no body text.
- If you select an item in your mailbox, right-click in the Date column, then click Filter, the Filter dialog box displays correctly.
- If multiple users access their mailboxes from the same workstation, the archive path is retained correctly for each user.
- All items in a shared folder are downloaded to the Caching mailboxes of users with whom the folder is shared.
- When items are archived from a mailbox that belongs to a resource and then unarchived, they are placed in the Online mailbox of the resource.
- If you reschedule an appointment addressed to a group by dragging and dropping it in your Calendar, the appointment is rescheduled for members of the group.
- If you drag and drop an appointment from the day or week view of your Calendar to the Attachments field of a message, the "not allowed" icon no longer displays.
- If you use the Auto Select feature of a Busy Search, the grid showing schedule conflicts displays correctly.
- If you create a posted phone message and edit it, the text from the body of the message no longer appears in the Subject line.
- If you have a distribution list that includes CC and BC recipients, and if you expand the distribution list in the Address Selector dialog box, CC and BC recipients are correctly expanded into their respective recipient types.
- When using Auto-Accept and Auto-Delete rules to schedule appointments for resources, you can resend a modified appointment and it is successfully modified in the resource's calendar.
- When editing the actions for a rule that includes adding an attachment, editing the file multiple times does not cause the file to be attached multiple times.
- If you proxy to another user and then return to your own mailbox, the Mailbox Size field correctly displays the size of your mailbox, not the size of the mailbox you proxied into.
- If you have two users with the same username and last name but located in different post offices, you can successfully proxy to both users by selecting them from the Address Book without receiving a D102 Ambiguous User error.
- The Junk Mail Handling feature identifies messages from recipients with usernames starting with a percent sign (%) as junk mail and places them in the Junk Mail folder.
- You can use shortcut keystrokes (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+X, and Ctrl+V) to move recipient names among the To, CC, and BC fields of a new message.
- You can save an attachment and import a document on a workstation that has a hidden drive.
- During installation, Microsoft Office 2003 is now listed on the Software Integrations page.
- SetupIP runs to completion when the Web server is Microsoft IIS.
- If the text of a message body is modified by a CAP or SOAP client, the change appears in the GroupWise client.
- Extended characters display correctly in the subject line.
- In international versions, you can successfully display the properties of an attachment.
- In the Japanese client, highlighted URLs successfully open the browser and display the linked Web page.
- In the Japanese client, text in the dialog box that appears for accepting, resending, and deleting an appointment displays in Japanese.
- When you reply to an HTML format message that includes Kanji characters, they display correctly in the body of the reply.
- The display of a Japanese punctuation mark has been corrected.
- The Cross-Platform client starts successfully in Portuguese on a Portuguese Linux workstation that uses the KDE desktop.
- The limits on the number of messages in the Messages and QuickMessages collections have been removed.
- You can successfully access QuickMessages and Accounts::Refresh from multiple users when each user is running in a different thread.
- The Client API can read a message in a shared folder.
- The Client API can consistently access new folders and delete items from trash.
- The Client API can successfully get the Categories object for an address book entry.
- A message is sent successfully when the MultiLoginAddressBookSupport flag is set to TRUE and the Recipients.AddByDisplayName method is used.
- The pIGWCategory->Release() method no longer causes a crash in the client.
- The IMAP logic checks for very large tags on IMAP commands to prevent buffer overruns.
- The IMAP FETCH command no longer truncates data during archiving.
- UID commands return the correct response on failures.
- The iCal parser can handle a line wrap in the middle of a word.
sequence is now escaped to accommodate some iCal parsers.
- The CAP logic now handles modifying an appointment, so that the original appointment is retracted, modified, and then resent.
- The new ClearTZ Support option removes Time Zone fields from user databases to help resolve problems that occasionally arise when switching to and from daylight saving time. These time zone settings pertain to the WebAccess client, not the Windows or Cross-Platform client.
- The DelSubscribeRecords Support option correctly deletes subscriber records for invalid users and resources.
- The ForceClean Support option successfully checks all records on the message database.
- If you use the GroupWise 6.5 GWCheck to run a Contents Check on a GroupWise 6 mailbox, you no longer get a Sent Items.dup1 folder in the mailbox. In addition, the DelDupFolders Support option now removes any existing Sent Items.dup1 folders that might have been created in users' mailboxes in the past.
- When processing messages, the Internet Agent uses Quoted Printable encoding, so that it puts in soft returns rather than hard returns when wrapping text.
- When the Internet Agent is configured to function as an LDAP server, it returns the user's e-mail address along with first name, last name, and phone number information.
- The /log startup switch no longer causes memory allocation errors.
- Pathnames are set up correctly when using the /cluster switch in a clustering environment.
- Fixed some Internet Agent abends.
- If an agent is in the Unknown status, a notification is generated.
- Browser display problems caused by incorrect MIME encoding have been resolved so that status information displays correctly.
- In the WebAccess client, a user in a post office that uses LDAP authentication can successfully proxy into a mailbox in a post office that does not use LDAP authentication.
- The Linux WebAccess Agent successfully logs status information when the --show switch is not used and when the WebAccess Application is running on a different server from where the WebAccess Agent is running.
- Fixed some WebAccess Agent abends.
- On NetWare 6, the WebAccess Application communicates more reliably with the WebAccess Agent.
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