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GroupWise ODMA Integration

GroupWise ODMA Integration

GroupWise ODMA Integration

(OP)
Each time I attempt to save a document in MS Word (97), I received the following message:

"GroupWise ODMA Integration -
Unable to load the resource library.  Exit the current application, install the resource library and restart your application."

If I hit "OK" the message goes away, and I'm able to save the document just fine.

Anyone know why I'm receiving this message?  And/Or how to get rid of it?

Thank you.

RE: GroupWise ODMA Integration

Your Groupwise client installation may have had integrations for Word turned on. Which Word then runs the GW macros to open/save documents to/from a GW library. The best way to disable this is to reinstall GW and make sure integrations for you apps are not checked.  This will reinstall GW but leave your other GW settings intact.   

RE: GroupWise ODMA Integration

(OP)
Thank you spnea!  Worked like a charm ~*~

RE: GroupWise ODMA Integration

Try removing 2. DLL Files . use FIND FILES or FOLDERS

IN  Widows NT  GWODM132.dll

IN w95/98         GWODM.dll
Also remove any Integrations for MS Office 97

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