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Notification Options

Notification Options

Notification Options

There is a user at my company who wants to know if it is possible to set reminder windows to appear for future meetings without being notified every time a new email is sent to him. I know both of these options are possbile but I'm trying to find out if they can work independently of each other. In other words, when GroupWise notification is turned on, is it all or nothing, or can the user choose which notification options he/she wants to see?

If it is possible to set individual options, can someone please give me directions on how to do so. I hope this makes sense. If anyone wants clarification as to what I'm trying to accomplish, please ask.


RE: Notification Options

You can change the settings for each notification.

With Notify loaded, right click it, options.
Select the notify tab.
Untick use same settings for all types.
Click on settings for and select appointments, make sure show dialogue is tagged.
Now select mail messages and untick show dialog.

You can play with these settings until you get near to your needs.

Lee Smith
Xenon Network Services
Snr. Technical Support

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