When you need to do an audit of your GroupWise system (for licensing true-up or otherwise), you would create a GWCheck Audit report:
which produces a resulting log file that’s not very helpful because it is not in a format that you can import into a spreadsheet for reporting purposes.
GWAuditReport is a utility, much like my GWAttachmentStats, that takes the GWCheck log file and turns it from this:
into a TAB-delimited file, that can then be brought into a spreadsheet, so it looks like this:
I can more easily identify outdated/unused and inactive mailboxes so that I can cleanup my system *BEFORE* submitting the audit to Novell. I saved over 10% in my GroupWise licensing costs by taking this proactive measure!
2014-02-23: Updated v1.1 to address DirChange error