23.4 Enabling GroupWise/Vibe Integration for GroupWise Windows Client Users

Before you can integrate GroupWise and Vibe, your Vibe site must be set up, as described in the Novell Vibe OnPrem 3 Installation Guide.

  1. In ConsoleOne, browse to and select a Domain object, Post Office object, or User object where you want to make Vibe available to GroupWise Windows client users.

  2. Click Tools > GroupWise Utilities > Client Options.

  3. Click Environment > Teaming.

    Teaming Environment Options dialog box

    NOTE:Novell Vibe 3.2 is the next major product release after Novell Teaming 2.1.

  4. Select Enable Teaming.

  5. Provide the Vibe URL:

    1. Specify the fully qualified hostname of the Vibe server:


      For example:


      ConsoleOne provides the rest of the default Vibe URL, which uses a secure HTTPS connection, assumes the default port number, and includes the default location for the Vibe Web service that communicates with other applications:

    2. (Conditional) If you want to use HTTP instead of HTTPS, include it in the Teaming URL field, for example:

    3. (Conditional) If Vibe is not configured with the default HTTPS port, include the port number after the hostname, for example:

    4. (Conditional) If Vibe is not installed in the default location, include the path to TeamingServiceV1, for example:

  6. Click OK.

IMPORTANT:In order for GroupWise users to take advantage of GroupWise/Vibe integration, they must provide their GroupWise email address in their Vibe profile.