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GroupWise 7 and GroupWise 8 Differences

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Hello,

I have a customer who is using GroupWise version 7.0.3, and they are reviewing their environment. They want to know if they should upgrade to GroupWise verson 8 or if GroupWise version 7.x is good enough. From what I can tell, GroupWise 7.03 is a good release and I don't see any reason for them to upgrade unless Novell stops supporting this version. Are there any major differences between GroupWise 7.8 and 8.x? Are there differences in the way the interface accesses the data and what about address books? What about foreign language support?  Please let me know what those major differences are, and if you would upgrade to version 8 or if version 7.x is good enough.

Thank you,
John
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