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Answer: Did you read the instructions?


October 18, 2010 8:41 am





CE wrote: Back in March we sent out an announcement about the release of the new GroupWise WebAccess site to all users. We included specifics like how to modify browser bookmarks to the new WebAccess URL, including IE8 details.

Here are some of the responses we received. Some of them are pretty funny. I especially like the comment about changing our business cards to reflect the new address.

User Responses

Are we responsible for changing our GroupWise, or will it be changed automatically?

It appears I am on IE 7. As far as modifying my bookmarks to the new URL, I wouldn’t know where to begin.

I know this may seem strange but how do I get a username and password?

Question – The version is Windows Internet Explorer 7 so I don’t need to do anything?
Reply – Did you read the instructions? It says “If you are using any other browser beside IE 8, there are no issues that have to be addressed.” This means that there are no changes needed if you are running Internet Explorer 7.
Answer – Thank you sometimes I am not the smartest and I really don’t want to mess up anything sorry to have bothered you

Question- How do I see which Internet Explorer version I have?
Answer – Did you read the instructions?

Should we get new business cards with the new address?

Should I know my username and passwork for my upgrade?

Good Morning, Sorry but I was out of the office and have not been able to go into the system on this. Will you reset this so I can go in and get set up?

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