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Outlook Client problems with GroupWise 5.5

Outlook Client problems with GroupWise 5.5

Outlook Client problems with GroupWise 5.5

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Has anyone figured out how to:

a> Make a re-occuring appointment to work using the Outlook client connected to a GroupWise 5.5 system.

b> Send internet email with Outlook client. (with GroupWise clients we type "internet:" before the internet address so GW knows that it goes 'outside' the company's WAN, I've tried typing lots of different stuff but nothing seems to work with the Outlook client - it returns the message as undeliverable. Sending messages to other members in the WAN works just fine.)

RE: Outlook Client problems with GroupWise 5.5

a>We've tried extensively. I don't think there is a way to may this work, but hoping for a patch or update from Novell.

b>You need to configure the outlook client's outbound SMTP server as your ISP's or some other accepting SMTP server. The GroupWise GWIA does not seem to act as an outbound SMTP for the outlook client.

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