How can I get into groupwise 6.5 in offline mode?

Posted on 2006-05-30
Last Modified: 2013-11-12
I have moved my computer to a different network.  I was on a novell network and used groupwise, now Im on a different network that I will use a different mail server.

My problem is that I want to export my contacts from my groupwise mail client but I dont have access to the old groupwise mail server and so I cant open the groupwise program because there is no authentication.

Is there a way that I can open my groupwise in an offline mode so that I can export my contact lists and email boxes?

Question by:mintsii
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    Did you make a Remote Mailbox *before*  you left your old job? That's what you needed to do.

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