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GroupWise 8210 error

Every now and then i have GroupWise 8210 error in my GW 4.1a
work stations. "File read/write error"
Then again they may work another day.
We have Netware 4.1 network.
What is that error and what should i do ?
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msiiskon
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suleymanCommented:
This error may occur because of the wrong or insufficient NDS rights to the PO directories (do you use direct mode or Client/Server mode), because of an other program (like Backup Software) holding the DB open, because of the insufficient rights to the directory defined for Archive, etc. If you use Direct mode, you have to give the proper NDS object rights and directory rights to the Post Office directory. Hope this helps.. -SNK
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msiiskonAuthor Commented:
We use Server always mode in Message server.
Is that what you asked ?
I have made GWUsers group in NDS and the rights
to Post Office should be right.(I have watched
them from DOS Admin Guide)
I have flagged all files in OFMSG, OFNOTIFY and OFUSER
as shareable.(In OFMSG there is a DB-file that seems
to be in use all the time. I am the user that keeps it open
tells flag)
We don't have any backup software running.
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suleymanCommented:
I meant Direct Access or Client/Server access in POA. As far as I remember, you may not give proper NDS rights to the GW users via the group. I could not do this, and create a template, give the proper rights to this template, make the GW users a member of this template and everything is OK. You do not need to flag all the files in these dirs as sharable.
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