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Where's the Macro!

Where's the Macro!

Where's the Macro!

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I created several simple, but extremely useful macros in Groupwise 4.1. What were the Groupwise guru's thinking when they left the function out of Groupwise 5? Is there a replacement function that is as easy to use? If there is I cannot find it, although I am only a 2 day old Groupwise 5 newbe with no reference material (corporate policy to save money I guess or is it trees?) and a 1 hour training course. Any suggestions?
Thanks

RE: Where's the Macro!

The Macro language was not included in the 5.x system of Groupwise. There is an alternative but I seriously doubt if it's easier. That is The Software Developers Kit at http://developer.novell.com can be used to write a C3PO (I kid you not) which can perform the same functions.

Jim Collin
Jim@collin.cc
Collin Technologies
Consumer Technology Integration

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