Basic instructions for the leading mobile operating systems Android and iOS to connect to an Activesync based Groupwise Mobility account.
How can I access my Groupwise account via a web browser?
If you would like additional access to your Gropwise account that WebAccess won't provide, There are two nice third party applications to access your calendar and email.
This article details the information required to set up access to Groupwise via IMAP and SMTP from a Smartphone/Tablet or other email client.
In simple terms it is an encrypted file stored in a location off of the mail server containing one or many emails that you want to keep but don't need continuous access to. You can access your archive at any time, from a computer that has access to the Archive file, by selecting File->Open Archive and to close it, you just select the same option again.
Any time you want to Archive or unarchive something into your Email Archive file simply do the following two steps
If you are using a computer with a Novell Client you may store your archive file in your Home Directory (H:) and it will be backed up just as your other files there are. If you are using a computer off campus or without the Novell client, you can set your archive folder to a local drive. NOTE: You are responsible for backing up the archive, if you change the storage location to a local drive. Some computer maintenance requires erasing local drives.
A.) Storing email that you may never need again and certainly don't need to have accessible all the time in your GroupWise Mailbox/Cabinet in an Archive file is beneficial in multiple way.1.) Provides more space on the GroupWise email server for everyone.2.) Causes your mailbox/cabinet to load and search faster.3.) Protects messages from any automatic clean up that the system may run.4.) An email in the archive does not count against your mailbox quota.
When I type in the name of someone to email it gets the incorrect address. This happens even when the person works for BOCES and their correct address is in the GroupWise system address book.
Do you notice that when you mean to send an email to a colleague at work, it ends up going to their personal email account that you emailed a few times before? Have we got a solution for you.
We have seen a number of cases where clicking links to web pages in received messages in the GroupWise client for Windows will not result in a web browser taking you to the desired page. Should you experience this, the following article will likely let you resolve it.
The Groupwise client can integrate with common applications like the Microsoft Office Suite to allow you to save documents into the Groupwise Document library where they can be shared with others. When you save from those applications it will prompt you to save either to the Groupwise library or natively to Windows.
My forwards are coming through in the opposite format that I want them to. They are either coming through as inline messages or attachments. I want the opposite of what it is doing.
Rules allow you to automatically process email. For example if you always get email from a single source that you only read when you have time, you can set up a rule to move it to another folder. This FAQ tells you how to turn an existing rule on and off.
Some staff have used Templates in order to have an email readily available with predefined text that they can send repeatedly to different recipients. This article should help you create something similar for Groupwise.
This page has links to the Groupwise 2012 Windows Client and Web Access manuals