The following switches point the Internet Agent to the Internet Agent’s directory. They are assigned their initial value during installation.
The following switches are only for the NetWare version of the GroupWise Internet Agent, and are only required if the Internet Agent is running in remote mode, meaning that it does not reside on the same server as the GroupWise domain directory.
Points to the SMTP service work area. This is normally the Internet Agent’s gateway directory under the domain\wpgate directory. See Section 50.1, Relocating the Internet Agent’s Processing Directories.
NetWare Example: /dhome=sys:\headq\wpgate\gwia
Linux Example: -dhome /gwsystem/provo1/gwia
Windows Example: /dhome=c:\gwia
Specifies the hostname that is displayed when someone connects to your Internet Agent using a Telnet session. You should enter the hostname assigned to you by your Internet service provider.
This switch is required only under certain circumstances. Normally, the Internet Agent gets the information from another source and does not need this switch. If you receive a message that the /hn switch is required, you must use the switch.
For the NetWare version, the /hn switch is required only if you don’t use the hosts file in the sys:\etc directory to indicate the IP address and name of the Internet Agent server. If either of these options (the IP address or the name of the server) is not available, the program cannot start.
Points the Internet Agent to the Internet Agent’s gateway directory. This is always a subdirectory of wpgate in the domain directory structure.
NetWare Example: /home=sys:\headq\wpgate\gwia
Linux Example: -home /gwsystem/provo1/gwia
Windows Example: /home=j:\headq\wpgate\gwia
Sets the login ID that the NetWare Internet Agent must use to log into a remote file server to access the domain database and Internet Agent directories.
Sets the password that the NetWare Internet Agent must use to log into a remote file server to access the domain database and Internet Agent directories.