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GroupWise Password

GroupWise Password

GroupWise Password

(OP)
Is there a way to be prompted for a password everytime I open GroupWise even when Notify is open?

RE: GroupWise Password

Add this after your exe:  /@u-?

This will display a login dialog box whenever you open GroupWise, allowing you to supply any necessary login information.

RE: GroupWise Password

The command line option /@u-? only works when you are not allready loged in.
But: if Notify is already open you are loged in.
Novell states there is absolutely no possibility to log in as two different users at the same time, cf.
http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/gwmag/tips/t_logging_in_to_other_mailboxes.html

The only work-around could be the use of the proxy-mechanism or of shared folders.

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http://www-lan.uni-regensburg.de/email/gw/
(German documentation on GW)

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