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Groupwise startup problem

Groupwise startup problem

Groupwise startup problem

My OS2 server stopped improperly.  OC2 is trying to start Post offices in Groupwise before attaching to the Netware server.

How can I kill the processes so that I can connect to NEtware?  The PC is locked and not responding to any commands.  Also, I know few shortcuts and little about OS2.


RE: Groupwise startup problem

The connect to Netware should occur in the "config.sys" or "autoexec.bat" process of OS2. whereas the Post office starts should be in the "startup folder". If the PC is truely "locked" you will need to re-install. Does OS2 respond in any way? If so please send me the following files (or listings): config.sys, autoexec.bat, and startup.cmd. Send the files to j.rothschild@dynamode.com.

RE: Groupwise startup problem

how do i access my groupwise mail account via AOL some times it works fine but most of the time it asks if i want to use my remote?

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