Installation directory for GroupWise® 6.x Windows client software
GroupWise client program
GroupWise GWCheck program
Data dictionary for databases
DLL programs to support GroupWise Windows client
OLE custom controls
Graphics filters for Inso viewers
Help files to support the GroupWise client
GroupWise view files
Day planner forms
The GroupWise Windows client installation directory contains all files necessary to run the GroupWise client. The default location is c:\novell\groupwise.
The gwtip.exe file is the GroupWise Tip of the Day program, which displays helpful information about a GroupWise feature each time you start the GroupWise client.
The notify.exe file is the program that alerts you whenever you have incoming items, when your outgoing items are opened, or when you have an upcoming appointment. Notify can alert you in four ways: a sound, a dialog box, a small icon, or by launching an application.
The addrbook.exe file is the program that accesses the GroupWise Address Book. The Address Book contains information for all Novell® eDirectoryTM users, GroupWise external users, GroupWise external entities, GroupWise e-mail distribution lists, and so on.
The gwchek.exe file is the program that checks and repairs GroupWise databases located on users' workstations or other locations not accessible to the Mailbox/Library Maintenance feature of Console. See "GroupWise Check" in "Databases" in the GroupWise 6.5 Administration Guide.
The gwimpexe.exe file is the GroupWise E-Mail Importer Utility, which enables you to import supported POP3/IMPA4 accounts into GroupWise. See "Importing POP3 and IMAP4 Accounts" in "Working with Items in Your Mailbox" in the GroupWise 6.5 Windows Client User Guide.
The gwmailto.exe file is the program that integrates the GroupWise client with your Web browser. If you select Internet Browser Mail Integration during installation, the GroupWise client becomes the default e-mail program on your workstation. See "Setting Up the GroupWise Client" in "Installing the GroupWise Windows and Cross-Platform Clients" in the GroupWise 6.5 Installation Guide.
The gwreload.exe file is the program that restarts the GroupWise client when you switch between Online, Caching, and Remote modes. See "Using Caching Mode" and "Using Remote Mode" in the GroupWise 6.5 Windows Client User Guide.
The ngwguard.dc file is the data dictionary for building databases in the post office. GroupWise Remote also uses the ngwguard.dc file as the data dictionary for its local databases.
The wprof.dc file is the data dictionary for the GroupWise Remote Address Book (wprof.db).
Historical Note: An earlier version of GroupWise Remote, designed by WordPerfect Corporation (WPCorp), was named WP Office Remote. Hence, the wprof in wprof.dc. Some naming conventions were originally preserved for backward compatibility.
*.dll files are dynamically linked libraries of program code used by executable programs. Language-independent *.dll files are typically located in the same directory with the executable programs they support. Language-specific *.dll files are grouped into subdirectories by language.
*.ocx files are OLE custom controls. For example, *.ocx files control the Address Book and name completion.
*.flt files are graphics filters used by the Inso viewers incorporated into the GroupWise client. The viewers enable you to view a wide variety of file types from within GroupWise.
*.chm files contain the online documentation for all components of GroupWise. *.chm files are typically located in the same directory with the executable programs they support.
The ofviews directory contains platform-specific subdirectories of view files for use by the GroupWise client.
Historical Note: An earlier version of GroupWise, designed by WordPerfect Corporation (WPCorp), was named WP Office. Hence, the of in ofviews. Some naming conventions were originally preserved for backward compatibility.
The ppforms directory contains day planner forms for printing GroupWise calendars and tasks.
*.bfp files are form description files that contain binder, filler, and page attributes for forms.