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GroupWise and Lotus Notes

GroupWise and Lotus Notes

GroupWise and Lotus Notes

I have a Novell 4.11 server running GroupWise 5.5. I also have a Lotus Domino Server (R5).

A number of employees are usng both the GroupWise system and the Lotus Notes system to manage their emails, calendars etc.

I am looking for a way to share information from both systems in order to ease the jobs of these employees that are using both systems. I have checked the Novell site and know that I can get a Gateway, but I am led to believe that I need a seperate NT server in order to get the result I am looking for. Is this true? or is there a better way to do this?

Any help will be much appreciated.

RE: GroupWise and Lotus Notes

I've had the same scenario.  You don't need a seperate box, the gateway actually works.  It may take a few times to figure it out but you'll get it.

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