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Novell GroupWise 7 Administrator Solutions Guide is the authoritative guide for successfully administrating and maintaining the newest release of Novell's communication and collaboration solution. Author Tay Kratzer, a Novell Premium Service-Primary Support Engineer, will provide you with insider tips on administration solutions, proven information on how to work with GroupWise 7, and techniques for troubleshooting this latest release of GroupWise not available in the standard GroupWise 7 documentation. Amongst many other things, this guide will cover:

  • GroupWise Architecture
  • Using GroupWise System Operations
  • Installing and Configuring the GroupWise Internet Agent
  • Moving Resources, Distribution Lists and Libraries
  • Troubleshooting Message Flow
  • Securing your GroupWise System via SSL
  • Creating a Backup Solution for GroupWise
  • Creating a Solution to Administer a GroupWise System from a Linux Workstation
Master the management and administration of GroupWise 7 with Novell GroupWise 7 Administrator's Guide.

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This guide explains the architecture of the GroupWise collection of applications and databases that provide email to a community of computer users, and tours the ConsoleOne, system operations, utilities, and diagnostics menus. It also provides instructions for installing the integrated collaboration environment, administering the GroupWise client, monitoring the GroupWise system, troubleshooting message flow, moving domains and post offices, configuring authentication via LDAP, and securing the system via SSL. Distributed by Wiley.
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Book News Annotation:

This guide explains the architecture of the GroupWise collection of applications and databases that provide email to a community of computer users, and tours the ConsoleOne, system operations, utilities, and diagnostics menus. It also provides instructions for installing the integrated collaboration environment, administering the GroupWise client, monitoring the GroupWise system, troubleshooting message flow, moving domains and post offices, configuring authentication via LDAP, and securing the system via SSL. Distributed by Wiley. Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

Novell GroupWise 7 Administrator Solutions Guide is the authoritative guide for successfully administrating and maintaining the newest release of Novell's communication and collaboration solution. Author Tay Kratzer, a Novell Premium Service-Primary Support Engineer, will provide you with insider tips on administration solutions, proven information on how to work with GroupWise 7, and techniques for troubleshooting this latest release of GroupWise not available in the standard GroupWise 7 documentation. Amongst many other things, this guide will cover:

  • GroupWise Architecture
  • Using GroupWise System Operations
  • Installing and Configuring the GroupWise Internet Agent
  • Moving Resources, Distribution Lists and Libraries
  • Troubleshooting Message Flow
  • Securing your GroupWise System via SSL
  • Creating a Backup Solution for GroupWise
  • Creating a Solution to Administer a GroupWise System from a Linux Workstation
Master the management and administration of GroupWise 7 with Novell GroupWise 7 Administrator's Guide.

About the Author

Tay Kratzer, is a Novell Premium Service-Primary Support Engineer for some of Novell's larger customer sites. He is the author and co-author of several GroupWise books and writes for Novell Connection Magazine and GroupWise Advisor Magazine. He has supported Novell GroupWise for 12 years, is a Novell Master CNE, and is the recipient of the Software Support Professional Association's Year 2000 "Outstanding Superstar" award. Erno de Korte, has trained and provided consultation to GroupWise clients around the world. Erno is a regular speaker at conferences like Brainshare, GroupWise Summits, and NUI events. He has published several articles in GroupWise Advisor Magazine.

Table of Contents

Introduction.

I. ARCHITECTURE.

1. GroupWise Architecture: Basics.

    Understanding a Basic GroupWise 7 System

      GroupWise

      GroupWise User

      GroupWise Post Office

      GroupWise Domain

      Primary Domain

      Secondary Domain

      The GroupWise System

      GroupWise Client

      POA

      MTA

      GroupWise Administrator

      The GroupWise Directory

      The GroupWise Message Store

      GroupWise Messenger

    Other GroupWise Objects and Services

    The Evolution of GroupWise

    For More Information

    Summary

2. Creating a GroupWise System.

    Installing GroupWise

      Creating the Master GroupWise 7 Software Distribution Directory

      Extending the eDirectory/NDS Schema and Install Administration for GroupWise 7

    Creating a GroupWise System

      Selecting the Software Distribution Directory

      Selecting an eDirectory Tree

      Choosing a System Name

    Creating the GroupWise Primary Domain

      Choosing Your Primary Domain Name

      Selecting a Primary Domain Directory

      Specifying the Domain Context

      Letting GroupWise Know Your Time Zone

      Giving the Post Office a Name

      Giving the Post Office a Home: The Post Office Directory

      Defining a Post Office Link

      Selecting Post Office Users

    Summary

3. Understanding the GroupWise Directory.

    GroupWise Directory Components

      How eDirectory Is Used

      Grafting GroupWise Objects with eDirectory

    The GroupWise Domain Database

      Creating the First WPDOMAIN.DB File (the Primary Domain)

      The Role of Domain Databases and Information Replication

      Understanding the Directory Role of the Domain Database

      Understanding Object Ownership

      How GroupWise Objects Stay Synchronized

      Knowing the Agent Information Role of the Domain Database

    The GroupWise Post Office Database

      How a WPHOST.DB File Is Modified

      The Content of a WPHOST.DB File

      What the WPHOST.DB File Provides to the POA

    Summary

4. Understanding the GroupWise Information Store.

    The Post Office Directory Structure

      How Input and Output Queues Are Used

      The Function of the OFUSER and OFMSG Directories

      The Purpose of the OFFILES Directories

      Storing Libraries in the GWDMS Directory Structure

    The Core of the Messaging System

      The User Database

      Contents of a User Database

      Message Database Content

      The User Database/Message Database Relationship

      Binary Large Objects (BLOB Files)

      The Purpose of the Deferred Message Database

      How Prime User Databases Are Made

      Using the Mailbox Index to Find Mailbox Items

      Keeping Track of Databases with the Guardian Database

    The User and Message Database Relationship

    The GroupWise Document Management System

      Shared Document Management Services Database (DMSH)

      Library Directories and Naming Conventions

    Document Reference Relationships

    For More Information

    Summary

II. ADMINISTRATION INTERFACE.

5. Working with GroupWise Objects.

    The GroupWise View

      Filtering the GroupWise View

      Creating GroupWise Objects

    Viewing the Domain Object

      The Domain Identification Property Page

      The Domain Post Offices Property Page

      The Domain Address Book Property Page

      The Domain Addressing Rules and Internet Addressing Property Pages

      The Domain Default WebAccess Property Page

    Viewing the Post Office Object

      The Identification Property Page

      The Post Office Settings Property Page

      The Post Office Client Access Settings Page

      The Post Office Membership Property Page

      The Post Office Resources, Distribution Lists, and Libraries Property Pages

      The Post Office Gateway Aliases Property Page

      The Post Office Internet Addressing Property Page

      The Post Office Security Property Page

      The Post Office Default WebAccess Property Page

    Configuring Library Objects

      The Library Identification Property Page

      The Library Storage Areas Property Page

    Administering User Objects

      The User GroupWise Account Property Page

      The User Distribution Lists Property Page

      The User Internet Addressing Property Page

      The User Gateway Aliases Property Page

      The User Nicknames Property Page

      The User X.400 Information Property Page

    Understanding Resource Objects

      The Resource Distribution Lists Property Page

      The Resource Nicknames Property Page

      The Resource Internet Addressing Property Page

    The Distribution List Object

      The Distribution List Identification Property Page

      The Distribution List Internet Addressing Property Page

      The Distribution List Membership Property Page

      The Distribution List Nicknames Property Page

    Summary

6. Using GroupWise System Operations.

    Accessing System Operations

    Changing Connections with Select Domain

    System Preferences

    eDirectory User Synchronization

    Creating a Custom eDirectory Attribute and Using Admin-Defined Fields

    Creating a Mobile Phone Entry in the GroupWise Address Book

    Pending Operations

    Addressing Rules

    Time Zones

    External System Synchronization

    Software Directory Management

      Creating New Software Distribution Directories

      Editing or Moving Existing Directories

      Deleting Existing Directories

      Patching or Updating Existing Directories

    Using Restore Area Management

    Internet Addressing

    Trusted Applications

    LDAP Servers

    Global Signatures

    Summary

7. GroupWise Utilities and Diagnostics.

    The GroupWise Utilities Menu

      Mailbox/Library Maintenance

      System Maintenance

      Backup/Restore Mailbox

      Recover Deleted Account

      Client Options

    Client Environment Options

      General-Allow Shared Folder Creation

      General-Allow Shared Address Book Creation

      General-Check Spelling Before Send

      General-Show Messenger Presence

      General-Enable Junk Mail Handling

      Allow Use of POP/IMAP/NNTP Accounts in the Online Mailbox

      Client Access-Client Licensing

      Client Access-Client Login Mode

      The Views Tab

      File Location-Archive Directory

      File Location-Custom Views

      Cleanup

      Cleanup-Allow Purge of Items Not Backed Up

      Cleanup-Perform Maintenance Purges on Caching/Remote

      Threshold

    Client Send Options

      Allow Use of Reply to All in Rules

      Allow Use of Internet Mail Tracking

      Wildcard Addressing

      Allow Reply Rules to Loop

      Global Signature

      Conceal Subject

      Require Password to Complete Routed Item

      Secure Item Options

      Disk Space Mgmt

    Understanding the Architecture Behind the Client Options Interface

    Using Client Options to Lock Down the GroupWise Archive

    Expired Records

    Email Address Lookup

    The Synchronize Tool

    User Move Status

    Link Configuration

      The Link Configuration Toolbar

      The Domain Drop-Down Menu

      The Outbound Links Pane

      The Inbound Links Pane

    Document Properties Maintenance

    The New System Tool

    GW/eDirectory Association

      Graft GroupWise Objects

      Invalid Associations

      Disassociate GroupWise Attributes

      Convert External Entity to User

      Convert User to External Entity

    GroupWise Diagnostics

      Display Object

      Record Enumerations

      Information

    Summary

III. AGENTS AND CLIENTS.

8. Configuring the Post Office Agent.

    Loading the POA

      Using the Startup File

      Using Command-Line Switches

      Learning the Switches

      When to Use Switches

    Configuring the POA

      The Identification Property Page

      The Agent Settings Property Page

      The Network Address Property Page

      The QuickFinder Property Page

      The Maintenance Property Page

      The Log Settings Property Page

      The Scheduled Events Property Page

      The SSL Settings Property Page

    Monitoring and Configuring the POA at the Console Screen

      The Configuration Options Menu

      The Options Menu

      Undocumented POA Commands and Switches

    Understanding the Agent Log

      Log Line Format

      Common Log Entries and Explanations

    Best Practices

      Carefully Considering Settings That Impact POA Performance

      Limiting the Size of the Post Office

      Limiting the Size of the Message Store

      Using One Post Office Per Server

      Dedicating the Server to GroupWise

      Monitoring Your POA Through a Web Browser

      Simple Configuration

      Advanced Configuration

    Summary

9. Configuring the Message Transfer Agent.

    Loading the MTA

      Loading the MTA with Command-Line Switches

      Learning the Switches

      Configuring the MTA

    Link Configuration and the MTA

      Creating an Indirect Connection

      Overriding Links with the Link Configuration Tool

      Configuring a Transfer Pull Link

      Scheduling Links with the Link Configuration Tool

    Message Transfer Agent Console Commands

      Restarting and Exiting the NetWare MTA

      Restarting and Exiting the Linux MTA

      The Options Menu

    Notable MTA Commands and Switches

    Understanding the MTA Log

      The Top of the Log File

      The Body of the Log

      The Process Column

    Configuring the MTA to Support Live Remote

    Best Practices

      System Design

      TCP/IP Versus UNC Links

      Moving MTAs to New IP Addresses or Ports

      Tuning the MTA

    Monitoring Your MTA Through a Web Browser

      Simple Configuration

      Monitoring the MTA with a Web Browser

    Summary

10. Installing and Configuring the GroupWise Internet Agent.

    GWIA Architecture

      Translation

      Transport

      Mailbox Access

      Architectural Summary

    Installing the GWIA

    Loading the GWIA

    Understanding GWIA Configuration Files

    Configuring the GWIA

      Understanding the GroupWise Identification Property Page

      Configuring the GWIA Access Control Property Pages

    Configuring Access Control

    Understanding the GWIA

    Understanding the GWIA Log

      Log Line Format

      Configuration Information in the GWIA Log

      Message Processing Log Entries

      POP3 Connection Log Entries

    Configuring Dial-Up Internet Access

    Monitoring the GWIA Through a Web Browser

    GWIA Configuration Files

    Best Practices

    Summary

11. Installing and Configuring GroupWise WebAccess.

    Understanding WebAccess Architecture

      Understanding the WebAccess Agent

      Understanding the WebAccess Document Viewer Agent

      Understanding the WebAccess Application

      Understanding the WebAccess Process

    Installing the GroupWise WebAccess Gateway

      Starting the Installation of the GroupWise WebAccess Gateway

      Installing the GroupWise WebAccess Agent

      Installing the GroupWise WebAccess Application

      Important GroupWise WebAccess Agent Configuration Steps

    Loading the GroupWise WebAccess Agent and Application

      Loading the GroupWise WebAccess Agent

      Loading the GroupWise WebAccess Application

    Logging In To the GroupWise WebAccess Client

    Configuring the GroupWise WebAccess Gateway

      The WebAccess Agent

      Configuring the GroupWise Optional Gateway Settings Property Page

      Understanding the GroupWise Gateway Administrators Property Page

      Configuring the WebAccess Settings Property Page

      Configuring the Access Control Settings Property Page

      Understanding the Access Control Database Management Properties Page

      Configuring the Reattach Settings Property Page

      Understanding the Post Office Links Settings Property Page

      Configuring the WebPublisher Settings Property Page

    Configuring the WebAccess Agent Subcomponents

      GroupWise WebAccess Object

      NovellSpeller Object

      GroupWiseProvider Object

      LDAPProvider Object

    Configuring the Document Viewer Agent

    Understanding the GroupWise WebAccess Console

    Understanding the GroupWise WebAccess Log Files

      WebAccess Agent Log Settings

      GroupWise WebAccess Object Log Settings

      WebAccess Speller Application

      WebAccess WebPublisher Application

    Configuring an LDAP Address Book for WebAccess

    Monitoring GroupWise WebAccess Through a Web Browser

      Monitoring the Agent from a Web Browser

      Monitoring the Application from a Web Browser

    Advanced Installation Options for WebAccess

    Changing the GroupWise WebAccess Login Experience

    Skipping the GroupWise WebAccess Language Page

    Disabling the GroupWise Document Management Options

    Specifying WebAccess Client Themes

    Best Practices

    Summary

12. Administering the GroupWise Client.

    Understanding the GroupWise Windows Client Installation Process

    Understanding the Components That are Part of a GroupWise Installation

    Introducing the GroupWise MSI installation

    Installing the GroupWise Client from CD

      GroupWise Client Installation Requirements Scenario

      SETUP.CFG and SETUP.INI Changes for the Client

      Testing and Finalizing the Client Installation

    Installing the GroupWise Client by Running SETUP.EXE from a Network Drive

      Network Installation Requirements Scenario

      Network Installation SETUP.CFG and SETUP.INI Changes

      Testing and Finalizing the Network Installation

    Distributing the GroupWise Client via ZENworks

    Creating a SETUPIP GroupWise Client Distribution System

      Creating the SETUPIP.EXE Client Utility

      Configuring the SETUPIP Host Web Server

    Upgrading the GroupWise Client via a Network Drive

      The Auto-Update Algorithm

      Upgrading All Users on a Post Office with a Mapped Drive to the GroupWise SDD

      Upgrading the GroupWise Client with SETUPIP

    Adding Grace Logins Before a Forced Upgrade

    Forcing a Windows Registry Change Through SETUP.CFG

    Auditing the GroupWise Client Upgrade

    Understanding the GroupWise Login Process

      Is GroupWise Code in Memory?

      Command-Line Options on The Shortcut

      The Registered Network Provider

      Novell eDirectory

      The Windows Registry

      Domain Name Service

      NGWNAMESERVER Redirection

      Prompting the User

    Administering the Login Process

      Configuring eDirectory

      Configuring DNS

    Administering GroupWise Client Options

    Comparing GroupWise Clients on Windows and Other Platforms

      GroupWise 7 32-Bit Windows Client

      GroupWise 7 Cross-Platform Client on Linux and Apple

      Evolution Connection to GroupWise 7

      GroupWise Connector for Outlook

      GroupWise 6.5 32-Bit Windows Client for Windows 9x and Me

      GroupWise 7 WebAccess Full-Featured Browser Support

      GroupWise 7 WebAccess/Wireless Simple HTML Browser Support Usable for PDA and Phones

      GroupWise Internet Agent POP3/IMAP4

    Summary

IV. PRACTICAL ADMINISTRATION.

13. Moving Users.

    Understanding the Directory-Level Move of a GroupWise User Object

      Determining When a Move Is Pending

      Understanding the Chronology of the Move-User Process

    Moving a GroupWise User

    Assessing the Success of a User Move

    Using the User Move Status Utility When Something Goes Wrong

      The User Moved, but None or Only Some of the User's Messages Moved

      The User Moved, but the User's Password Was Lost

      Other Features of the User Move Status Utility

    Tips for Moving Many Users

    Summary

14. Working with GroupWise Agents on the Linux Platform.

    Linux Conventions

    GroupWise Agent Code Installation, Configuration Files, and Agent Startup

    The /etc/init.d/grpwise Script

    The /etc/opt/novell/groupwise/gwha.conf File

    Initializing GroupWise Agents

    Locating GroupWise Agent Log Files

    Summary

15. Administering Multiple GroupWise Systems.

    Multiple-System Concepts

      The Primary Domain Defines the System

      External Domains Are Placeholders

      Releasing Domains

      Merging Systems

      Synchronizing Systems

    Releasing a Secondary Domain to Create a New GroupWise System

      ACME's Pre-Domain Release Preparation

      WorldWide Widgets: The Release

      Final Steps and Cleanup

    Synchronizing External Systems

      Creating System Definitions for Synchronizing

      Creating MTA Connectivity

      Testing System Connectivity

      Configuring External System Synchronization

      Synchronizing Systems

    Merging Two External GroupWise Systems

      The Merge Scenario

      Creating System Definitions for Merged Systems

      Synchronizing Objects

    Defining IDOMAINs for an External Domain

    Summary

16. Internet Addressing.

    Overview of GroupWise Internet Addressing

    Defining an Internet Address

      Understanding Old-Style GroupWise Addressing Format

      Pitfalls with Old-Style GroupWise Addressing

      Benefits of GroupWise Internet Addressing

      Potential Pitfalls in Enabling Internet Addressing

    Enabling Internet Addressing

      Selecting the Default GWIA

      Selecting a Default Internet Domain Name

      Choosing a System-wide Preferred Internet Addressing Format

      Identifying Acceptable Address Formats

    Enabling MTA-Direct Connectivity (GWMTP)

    Internet Addressing Overrides

      Internet Domain Name Overrides

      Preferred Addressing Format Overrides

      Default GroupWise Internet Agent Overrides

    Mail Routing with Internet Addressing Enabled

      Outbound Email

      Inbound Email

    Understanding the Parsing and Lookup Process

      Parsing Usernames

      Parsing Scenarios

    Best Practices

      Naming Conventions

      System Design

    Summary

17. Maintaining the GroupWise System.

    Information-Store Maintenance Concepts

      Structural Maintenance

      Content Maintenance

      Email Expiration

      GWCheck/GroupWise Message Store Check

      Understanding Scheduled Events for Post Office Maintenance

      Managing Scheduled Event Creation and Modification

    Creating Scheduled Events for Maintenance

      Structural Maintenance

      Contents Maintenance

      Trash Deletion

      Order and Timing of Scheduled Events

      Seeing a POA's Scheduled Events from the Console Screen

      Editing Scheduled Events

    GroupWise Archive Message Store Maintenance

    GroupWise Windows Client Caching Mode and Remote Mode Maintenance

      Troubleshooting Server-Based GWCheck Problems

      Non-GWCHECK/GroupWise Message Store Maintenance

    GroupWise Directory Database Maintenance

    Summary

18. Monitoring Your GroupWise System Through GroupWise Monitor.

    The GroupWise Monitor Components

    Installing GroupWise Monitor Agent

      Preparing Your Windows Environment by Installing Windows SNMP Services

      Installing GroupWise Monitor Agent on Windows

    Configuring Your System to Better Support GroupWise Monitor

      Enabling HTTP Monitoring

      Enabling SNMP Monitoring

      Enabling MTA Message Logging

    Starting and Using the GroupWise Monitor Agent

      Starting the GroupWise Monitor Agent on Windows

      Using the GroupWise Monitor Agent

      Configuring Visual Notification: GroupWise Monitor Agent Interface

      Configuring Visual Notification: GroupWise Monitor Agent HTTP Interface

      Configuring Audio Notification

      Configuring Remote Notification

    Installing the GroupWise Monitor Application

      Prerequisites to Installing the GroupWise Monitor Application

      Installing the GroupWise Monitor Application for Linux

      Enabling Proxy Access to GroupWise Agents Through the Monitor Application

    Summary

V. APPLIED ARCHITECTURE.

19. Building Your GroupWise System Correctly.

    General System Configuration

      Email, Calendaring, and Document Management Are Mission-Critical

      Mesh Message Transfer on the LAN

      Match WAN Message Transfer to WAN Topology

      Applying System Configuration Principles in the Real World

      Planning Your GroupWise System

    Post Office Configuration

      Email Policies

      Post Office Design

      Configuring the POA Object for Optimum Performance and Functionality

      Configuring the Post Office Object for Optimum Performance and Functionality

      Configuring the GroupWise Client Options for Optimum Performance and Functionality

      Tuning a NetWare Server for Optimum Performance and Functionality

      Tuning a SUSE Linux Server for Optimum Performance and Functionality

    Best Practices

    Summary

20. Troubleshooting Message Flow.

    Understanding Message Flow at the Database Level

      GroupWise Information Store Concepts

      Scenario #1: USERA Creates a Personal (Posted) Calendar Item

      Scenario #2: USERA Sends a Message to USERB on the Same PO as USERA

      Scenario #3: Message Flow Between Post Offices

      Scenario #4: Message Flow Between Domains

      Scenario #5: Message Flow Through the GroupWise Internet Agent (GWIA)

      A Simplified View of Message Flow

    Using File Flow for Troubleshooting

      Troubleshooting Scenario #1: Can't Send Internet Email

      Lessons from Troubleshooting Scenario #1

      Troubleshooting Scenario #2: Can't Send Between Post Offices

      Lessons from Troubleshooting Scenario #2

    Troubleshooting Tips and Tricks

      X-Locked Files

      TCP/IP Troubles

    Best Practices

    Summary

21. Moving Domains and Post Offices.

    Considerations Related to Moving a Domain

      Connectivity to the Primary Domain

      Connectivity to Post Offices

      Moving a Domain to a New Server

    Final Notes on Moving a Domain

    Considerations Related to Moving a Post Office

    GroupWise Client Connectivity

    Domain-to-Post Office Connectivity

    GroupWise WebAccess and GWIA Connectivity

    Libraries with Additional Document Storage Areas

    The Software Distribution Directory (SDD)

    Moving a GroupWise Post Office to a New UNC Path

    Moving the Post Office and Creating Domain-to-PO Connectivity

    Moving a Post Office to a New OU

    Moving a Domain to a New OU

    Summary

22. Troubleshooting the GroupWise Directory.

    Using the Correct Tools

    Fixing WPHOST.DB Files

    System Maintenance: Validate, Recover, and Rebuild

    General Notes on Repairing Post Office Databases

    Fixing WPDOMAIN.DB Files

    Fixing GroupWise Directory Anomalies Without Rebuilds

      Synchronize the User

      Edit the User

      Remove GroupWise-Specific eDirectory Attributes

    How GroupWise Directory Changes and Objects Are Replicated

      Understanding a Scenario

      Understanding the File Flow and Logic

    Best Practices for Working with the GroupWise Directory

    Bulletproofing the GroupWise Directory

    Understanding the Administration System

      The GroupWise Snap-Ins

      Understanding the GroupWise Admin Thread

    Summary

23. Troubleshooting GroupWise.

    The Five Most Common GroupWise Errors

    D107-Record Not Found

    8209-Path to File Not Found

    C05D-Dependent Store Does Not Exist on Disk

    C067-Store Number Is Invalid

    C022-Database Damage

    Using the Scientific Method

    Windows Workstations/Servers

    NetWare Servers

    Linux Servers/Workstations

    GroupWise Error Codes

    82xx Errors

    89xx Errors

    Cxxx Errors

    Dxxx Errors

    Exxx Errors

    Using the Error Classes

    The Complete List of GroupWise Error Messages

    Using Three-Step Mailbox Troubleshooting

      Synchronize the User

      Structurally Rebuild the User's Database

      Analyze/Fix and Repair the Contents of the User Database

    Determining Problem Specificity

      Determining Whether the Problem Is Machine-Specific

      Troubleshooting Machine-Specific Problems

      Troubleshooting User-Specific Problems

    Generating a Fresh User Database Without Losing Items

      Exporting a User's Mailbox

      Importing a User's Mailbox

    Summary

24. Using Wireless and Handheld Devices with GroupWise 7 WebAccess

    Understanding Templates.

      Out-of-the-Box Templates Included in GroupWise 7

      Managing Templates Through the GroupWise WebAccess Object

      Defining User Interface and Browser Integration

      How the WebAccess Application Detects Which Templates to Use

    Accessing Your GroupWise Mailbox from a Pocket PC Device

    Defining a New Browser User Agent Type

    Accessing Your GroupWise Mailbox from a Wireless Phone

    Information Regarding SSL-ized Connections from Handheld Devices

    Summary

25. Configuring a Spam/Junk Mail Control Solution.

      Is Spam Really a Problem?

      GroupWise Spam/Junk Mail Solutions

    Implementing GWIA-Based Spam Solutions

    Implementing Client/Mailbox-Based Spam Solutions

    Summary

26. Configuring GroupWise Authentication via LDAP.

    Understanding the Value of LDAP Authentication

    LDAP Authentication and GroupWise External Entities

    How LDAP Authentication Works

    How to Configure LDAP Authentication

    Step-by-Step Instructions for Enabling LDAP Authentication

    eDirectory LDAP Server Tips

    Testing and Confirming LDAP Authentication

    LDAP Authentication Troubleshooting Tips

    Creating Fault Tolerance

      LDAP Server Pooling

      Other LDAP Authentication Options

    Summary

27. Securing Your GroupWise System via SSL.

    Understanding SSL Architecture

      SSL Encryption Using a Symmetric Key Method

      SSL Encryption Using Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)

      Public Key Infrastructure and a Novell Environment

    Configuring and Signing Certificates in eDirectory

      Administrator's Workstation Prerequisites

      Generating a Private Key and a Certificate Signing Request for the Private Key

      Generating a Public Key from the Certificate Signing Request

      Securing GroupWise Agents That Use Certificates and Key Files

      Enabling SSL for POA to LDAP Server Communication

      Enabling SSL for GroupWise Messenger to LDAP Server Communication

    Summary

28. Restoring Deleted Users.

    The Scenario

      Recover and Restore

      Import and Restore or Archive

    Recover and Restore a User's Account

      Prerequisites

      Bringing the User Back

      Restoring the User's Mailbox

    Import and Restore or Archive a User's Account

      Prerequisites

      Bringing a GroupWise Post Office Back from Backup

      Installing and Configuring the GroupWise 6.0 Import/Export Utility

      Strategies for Determining a User's FID

    Bringing the User Back

      Importing the User's Object

      Obtaining Access to the User's Message Store on the Backup Post Office

      Exporting a User's Mailbox

      Importing a User's Mailbox

    Summary

29. Configuring a GroupWise Messenger (Instant Messaging) System.

    Architectural Basics

      Client Software

      Server Software

      Administration Software

      Directory Software

      Configuration Files

    Creating a Basic GroupWise Messenger System

      Preparation

      Server and Administration Installation

    Starting Your GroupWise Messenger Agents

    Installing the GroupWise Messenger Client

      Understanding the GroupWise Messenger Client Installation Files

      Installing the GroupWise Messenger Client from the GroupWise Messenger Software Distribution Directory

      Enabling Client Installation from a Web Browser to the GroupWise Messenger Agent

      Installing the GroupWise Messenger Client Along with the GroupWise Windows Client Installation

    Summary

VI. SOLUTIONS.

30. Creating a Secure Messaging Solution.

    So Do We Need to Fix This Problem?

    Information Is Leaking Out When Email Is Sent Across the Internet

    Overview of How to Secure Messages

      Non-SMTP System Connections

      Securing the SMTP Channel

      Working with Web-Based Systems

      Securing Individual Messages

    A More Detailed Discussion of S/MIME

      S/MIME Basics: An Overview

      Preparing Your Environment

      Configuring Your Environment

      Combining Encryption and Digitally Signing S/MIME Messages

      Summary: What Do You Need to Do?

      The GlobalCerts Solution: The Easy Way Out

    For More Information on Secure Messaging

    Summary

31. Creating a Highly Available GroupWise WebAccess Solution.

    High-Availability/Distributed Installation Concepts

    Configuring GroupWise WebAccess for More Scalability  and Stability

      Configuring Multiple Agents and Application Servers for a Fault-Tolerant WebAccess System

      Matching Encryption Keys

      Configuring the Default WebAccess Agents for a Domain or Post Office

      Configuring the WebAccess Application's Provider Agent Failover List

    Summary

32. Creating a Highly Available GroupWise Internet Agent Solution.

    The GWIA as a Connector Between SMTP and Other GroupWise Processes

    DNS Services and GWIA

      Understanding Why GWIA Needs to Have Access to a Stable and Fast DNS

      How Multiple MX Records Could Help You Create a  Highly Available SMTP Service

      A More Detailed View of the DNS Records You Need for a Highly Available SMTP Service

    Using Multiple GWIAs to Strengthen the SMTP Stream for Incoming Messages

    Using Multiple GWIAs for a Redundant SMTP Stream for  Outgoing Messages

      Checking to Make Sure That MTA and GWIA are Using MTP

      Configuring Your Domain to Use an Alternative GWIA

    Summary

33. Creating Solutions to Limit Post Office Message Store Size.

    Mailbox and Message Size Limits

      An Overview on How to Enable Mailbox and Message Size Limits

      Determining Current Mailbox Sizes

      Communicating with Your Users About Mailbox and Message Size Limits

      Implementing the Mailbox and Message Size Limits

      Monitoring Mailbox and Message Size Limits

    Forcing Message Size Limits on the Internet Agent

    Exploring Archiving Solutions

    Summary

34. Creating a GroupWise-to-GroupWise Communication Solution Across the Internet.

    An Overview of Message Transfer Protocol and Internet Addressing

    Checking Whether Internet Addressing Is Enabled

    Enabling MTA-Direct Connectivity (GWMTP)

      Allowing MTAs to Send Directly to Other GroupWise Systems

      Allowing MTAs to Browse DNS

      Allowing MTAs to Connect on High-Numbered Ports

      GWMTP.TCP Record Information for the DNS Administrator

    Mail Routing with GWMTP Enabled

      Outbound Email

      Inbound Email

      Naming Conventions

      System Design

    Summary

 

Product Details

ISBN:
9780672327889
Author:
Kratzer, Tay
Publisher:
Novell Press
Author:
De Korte, Erno
Subject:
Automation
Subject:
Office practice
Subject:
Data Transmission Systems - Electronic Mail
Subject:
Office practice -- Automation.
Subject:
Electronic mail systems
Subject:
Networking - General
Subject:
Data Transmission Systems - General
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Series:
Novell Press
Publication Date:
November 2005
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
Professional and scholarly
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
936
Dimensions:
8.96 x 7 x 2.049 in 1429 gr

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Novell GroupWise 7 Administrator Solutions Guide is the authoritative guide for successfully administrating and maintaining the newest release of Novell's communication and collaboration solution. Author Tay Kratzer, a Novell Premium Service-Primary Support Engineer, will provide you with insider tips on administration solutions, proven information on how to work with GroupWise 7, and techniques for troubleshooting this latest release of GroupWise not available in the standard GroupWise 7 documentation. Amongst many other things, this guide will cover:

  • GroupWise Architecture
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  • Moving Resources, Distribution Lists and Libraries
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  • Creating a Backup Solution for GroupWise
  • Creating a Solution to Administer a GroupWise System from a Linux Workstation
Master the management and administration of GroupWise 7 with Novell GroupWise 7 Administrator's Guide.

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