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GWAddrLookup – Quickly & Easily find E-mail Addresses



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June 19, 2009 11:23 am

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This cool tool allows you to easily check if a certain e-mail address is already in use by executing a search in your eDirectory. This will allow you or anyone else to quickly decide if an e-mail address is already in use, without the need to use ConsoleOne.

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GroupWise 2 Skype



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June 19, 2009 11:20 am

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GW2Skype records data on phone calls made through Skype into your GroupWise mailbox. This is a great way of using GroupWise to keep track of all the calls that you have made with Skype, including missed and declined calls.

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GroupWise Fetch Mail



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June 19, 2009 11:17 am

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GWFetchMail is the ultimate tool to collect e-mail from one or more external POP mailboxes and route them into your GroupWise system. As GWFetchMail is a back-end service running on a server, the mail will be collected even if you have not started your GroupWise client. This is ideal for those situations when you have external mailboxes and people within your organization with for example PDA’s connected to GroupWise would need access to these messages at all times.

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iCal2GW – Integrate Teaming with GroupWise Calendaring



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June 19, 2009 11:14 am

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The iCal2GW service synchronizes events, tasks andmilestones from any calendar source in the iCal format into GroupWise calendars. This solution can be used to synchronize from sources on the Internet as well as with your Novell Teaming server – very cool!

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Administering Your Linux GroupWise Domain from Linux and Windows



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February 3, 2009 1:55 pm

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At GWAVACon it was made very clear to me that the documentation for GroupWise administration “mount points” either is not clear enough, or just needs more visibility! I promised at least 5 different groups of session attendees that I would come right back and post a blog entry about this to try to clear up the confusion.

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Install Linux In Windows



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January 22, 2009 7:00 am

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There are various reasons why people don’t try out Linux. The most common reason, is that they can’t bring themselves to remove the familiar Windows system and replace it with a totally new environment. Check out this tip from Domnic Mendes on how you can install Linux on your Windows machine.

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OverDisk – Disk Usage



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October 16, 2008 8:29 am

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A free and easy to use graphical tool to help you track down where your disk space is going.

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Firewall Settings for ZCM on Windows 2003



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August 14, 2008 11:19 am

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Having trouble imaging workstations in a WAN environment using ZCM? One likely cause is the Windows Firewall. Below is a sample MS-DOS batch file that opens in the ports on the firewall, and restricts the traffic to certain subnets! I even threw in the entry for Remote Desktop, also subnet-restricted.

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Moving a ZAM server from one Windows Domain to another



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June 27, 2008 10:47 am

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Here are some important considerations when moving a ZAM Windows server from one Windows Domain to another.

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Making files easy to find in ZCM servers (Windows)



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February 5, 2008 10:25 am

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When using ZCM on a windows 2003 server it can be frustrating when modifying images or tftp files to remember where the files exist on the server.

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