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My LAN is currently running Novell 3.12 and GroupWise 4.1. Can I use Outlook at my workstation instead of GroupWise ? What do I need to do ?
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It would help if I knew what operating system your workstation is running. There are two ways that you can do it.

If your Groupwise server has a POP3 gateway on it then you can just configure your Outlook client to read the Groupwise mail as pop3 email, by using the IP address of your Groupwise email server.

The other way if you have Windows go to the control panel. look for the MAIL control. Set up a profile and include:
 
Novell Groupwise Transport
Novell Groupwise Message Store
Novell groupwise Address Book

This will allow you to read your Groupwise Email through Outlook. You will not be able to use the Groupwise calendar functions though.
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