After you have set up your basic GroupWise system, you can expand the system by:
Setting up access to the Internet through the GroupWise Internet Agent (GWIA).
Setting up GroupWise WebAccess so that users can access their mailboxes through a Web browser on a computer or mobile device.
Setting up a GroupWise Calendar Publishing Host so that GroupWise users can share their personal calendars and free/busy information with Internet users.
Setting up GroupWise Monitor to monitor your GroupWise agents.
Setting up users to run the GroupWise client on their workstations.
Setting up instant messaging capabilities for users.
Setting up synchronization between users’ GroupWise mailboxes and their mobile devices.
Setting up team collaboration capabilities.
After your GroupWise system is fully installed, you can refer to sections of the GroupWise 2012 Administration Guide as you maintain your GroupWise system by:
Adding multiple domains to your GroupWise system.
Adding post offices to new domains.
Adding more users to post offices.
Defining resources that users can schedule.
Defining groups of users that GroupWise users can select when addressing messages.
Changing the GroupWise client from Online mode to Caching mode so that users’ messages are stored on a local drive as well as in the post office.
Setting up GroupWise Remote so that Windows client users can access their mailboxes from a computer that is not directly connected to your network.
Controlling the functionality of users’ GroupWise client software.
Configuring your current post office’s library or setting up additional libraries.
Adding additional post offices to the domain.
Adding additional domains to the system. See
Configuring the Post Office Agent (POA) and Message Transfer Agent (MTA) to support secure connections (SSL).
Connecting to other GroupWise 6.x, 7, 8, or 2012 systems.