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Allowing Proxy Access - error D124

Allowing Proxy Access - error D124

Allowing Proxy Access - error D124

(OP)
Each time I attempt to Proxy another person, I receive this 'GroupWise Error D124' Access Denied.

I do not think it has ever work at this particular site.  Do you know where I may be able to turn this feature on?

Thanks in advance ~

RE: Allowing Proxy Access - error D124

There are a few different TIDs on Novell's site related to your D124 error.  Go to support.novell.com, do an Advanced Search and enter 'GroupWise Error D124' in the search field.  The results will give you some things to try to remedy the problem.

RE: Allowing Proxy Access - error D124

(OP)
Thanks for the reply Vis -

I had tried that too, and it was really beyond the scope of my issue.

I did finally figure it out.  From the users mailbox - tools-->Options-->Security - third tab over PROXY ACCESS.  Each user sets up who/what other users can see.  I tested it so others could only see my calander and that worked like a charm.

HOWEVER, the user(s) you allow access also can see EACH of your folders - not the content - but the folders.

Thanks again ~

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