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GroupWise Command line options

Hi,
I'm working on groupwise and I need an option to force groupwise to run in remote mode. for example c:\novell\groupwise\grpwsise.exe /remote
or something like that but that actually works.
I need that because the admin just erased all the files from the server and I want to get access to my archives that I have on my harddrive.

Thanks
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karim1
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karim1
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jj_makoCommented:
give this a shot.

/ps-PATH TO REMOTE DATABASE

Opens GroupWise in Remote mode.  This startup option can be used in the Target text box only.

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d50041Commented:
Have the admin go to NWADMIN and then Tools\Salvage and restore all your deleted files.
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sverreCommented:
c:\novell\groupwise\grpwise.exe /ps-c:\xxxx\xxxx where xxx is the path to the remote mailbox.
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sverreCommented:
Opps, sorry!!!! Reject my answer!!!!!!!!!!!! I didnĀ“t read the previus comment so well. jj_mako has already the correct answer.
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karim1Author Commented:
jj_mako propose an answer so I can give you the points
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