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Basic User question: Reimporting Messages to GroupWise

Basic User question: Reimporting Messages to GroupWise

Basic User question: Reimporting Messages to GroupWise

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I am a Microsoft Outlook user and so is our office.  My VP has been sent a groupwise message as an attachment to him.  Outlook, of course not understand this attachment.  I have read help files which say in Groupwise, you're supposed to export the file as an RTF.  Ok we understand that.  The problem is the original sender has deleted his original message from Groupwise.

Is there a way this sender can reimport the Groupwise attachment as a message and then export the message as a text or an RTF?  Unfortunately my little company does not have groupwise and I've never seen it so I don't know what the menus are like.

Any links, hints or helps asap would be greatly appreciated!  

Becky

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