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Groupwise and Windows 2000

By rboyer ·
I have tried to install a Groupwise 5.5 client on a machine with Windows 2000 as the OS. It does not work. It just tells me it was installed incorrectly. I then installed the windows messaging from Novell and it still doesn't work. Any suggestions?

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by estebandelatorre In reply to Groupwise and Windows 200 ...

Gwise 5.5 works fine with w2k.
Double check under control panel, "Mail and fax" properties, that the ONLY services configured are:
Novell Groupwise Address Book
Novell Groupwise Message store
Novell LDAP Address Book
Novell Personal Address Book

Under the address tab...
Show first: Novell Groupwise Address Book


Ypu can ADD any service from here if you need.

Hope it helps!!!

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by rboyer In reply to Groupwise and Windows 200 ...

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by True_Texan In reply to Groupwise and Windows 200 ...

Windows 2000 does not install the Windows Messaging System which Groupwise needs. You can get the needed file from Novell. You may have problems adding the Windows Messaging if you've already installed Groupwise on the machine. You may have to use Novell's tool to completely remove all traces Groupwise before installing Windows Messaging.

Hope this helps!

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by WanabeDrSean In reply to Groupwise and Windows 200 ...

you need the file called NTWMS.EXE from novell see TID (2955774) for more info you must install this before groupwise

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