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GW 6.54 sp2 Crash's

GW 6.54 sp2 Crash's

GW 6.54 sp2 Crash's

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Every time I open Groupwise and go to Click on a appointment in my calendar, Groupwise will crash, I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling GW, that fixed it for a while but now it is doing it again!!

anyone know of a certain fix for this?

RE: GW 6.54 sp2 Crash's

There's probably some database corruption on your account, or you have some issues with your workstation.  It's either one or the other.

To determine which one, try and see if you have the same problem on another PC.  If you do, it's a database problem.  Otherwise it may be a corrupt install that needs to be repaired.

Are you the GroupWise Admin? You'll need to run GWCheck on your user database (and maybe the entire post office) to repair.

Also, you need to patch GroupWise, you're about 5 major patches behind, which could also contribute to your problem.

RE: GW 6.54 sp2 Crash's

Use WebAccess if you have it until your admin can address your issue.  And you can needle your IT department about how far behind they are in updating the GW clients.   Just do it in an nice way though.

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