This Novell® GroupWise® Mobile Server 3 Getting Started Guide helps you to understand and install GroupWise Mobile Server. The guide is divided into the following sections:
Section 2.0, Preparing Your GroupWise System for GroupWise Mobile Server
Section 6.0, Installing the Client Software and Configuring Device Synchronization
This guide is intended for network administrators who install and administer GroupWise Mobile Server.
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For the most recent version of the GroupWise Mobile Server 3 Getting Started Guide, visit the GroupWise Mobile Server 3 Documentation Web site.
For additional documentation, see the following guides provided by Nokia* at the GroupWise Mobile Server 3 Documentation Web site:
Intellisync Mobile Server Release Notes
Intellisync Mobile Server Installation Checklists
Intellisync Mobile Suite Installation Guide
Intellisync Mobile Suite Linux Installation Guide
Intellisync Mobile Suite Administration Guide
Intellisync Mobile Suite Linux Administration Guide
Intellisync Mobile Suite Windows to Linux Server Migration Guide
Intellisync Mobile Suite Secure Gateway Administration Guide
Client Guides for specific mobile devices
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