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Sending ASYNC e-mails to users through GWIA

Sending ASYNC e-mails to users through GWIA

Sending ASYNC e-mails to users through GWIA

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Hello,

My users used to have a NetWare 4.11 server that dialed in through an ASYNC Gateway for all their inbound and outbound traffic.  They have since gotten a T-1 line and now have a NetWare 5.1 server that passes traffic through a GWIA.  The problem is that there were still 155 messages in the queue of the people who hosted their service.

What I need to know is how do I get these e-mails to the users mailboxes.  I have the 155 unassociated files, I'm told they're encrypted.  I was also told that I need to place them in the GWIN folder of the ASYNC directory.  My users are using the GWIA so what good would putting them in the ASYNC directory do?  I've tried, of course, but it's not configured so they just sit there.  

If anyone knows what I'm supposed to do, or how to set up the AYSNC to run in conjunction with the GWIA temporarily, your advice would be much apprecitaed.  Thanks in advance.

Kristofer DeCarlo

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