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Coming this Fall: GroupWise 7

By Jason Gutierrez, Network Computing Services, GroupWise Messaging Specialist

 The folks at Novell have spent a lot of time and effort to bring you an even more robust and feature rich messaging system. Currently, Network Computing Services is testing the public beta for GroupWise 7 with much success, and anticipates no problems with deploying this update to the UNT computing community this fall. Below is a list of some of the features that you can expect from GroupWise 7.  
  • Macintosh OSX and Linux Clients with spell checking, junk mail handling, archiving and more...
  • Redesigned look and feel.
  • New navigation bar* allows users to quickly switch between areas of GroupWise
  • Calendar addition and removal*
  • Simultaneous calendar view option*
  • All-day and multi-day appointments*
  • WebAccess, including wireless license and near feature parity with Windows Client*
  • PDA cradle synchronization*
  • Novell Evolution client support*
  • Microsoft Outlook support (includes support for e-mail, tasks, notes, calendaring, busy search, shared folders, today view,
  • ActiveSync, .pst files, offline mode, delegated support, signatures and personal and system address books)*
  •  Support for GroupWise on NetWare®, Windows* and Linux* servers (both SUSE™ LINUX Enterprise Server and Red Hat*)
More information and screen shots can be found online at:

Meanwhile, check out the GroupWise 6.5 Tutorials

A list of  GroupWise 6.5 "Tutorial Topics" can be found here:




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