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In GroupWise 7, is there a way to generate or view a list of all the Gateway Aliases that I have assigned?

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The short version: In GroupWise 7, is there a way to generate or view a list of all the Gateway Alisis that I have assigned? Basically I need a list of all my users and each email address they have.  I am looking for a way to do this without going through each user object. Time is a concern.

The long version: We have two domains on the same post office. One of them is moving to MS Exchange (we'll call this company #2). The issue is that some of our users 'cross the border' between the comapines and therefore have an email address in each domain. To accomplish this in a single user object we used Gateway Aliases. Now that comany #2 is leaving we want to ensure the flow of email by forwarding emails between the two email servers.
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There may be a way to do this with the GWImport 6 tool that snaps into ConsoleOne.  Here is the link to get the tool.  Follow the directions in the TID on placement to the letter and it will work to at least see the import/export capability under the Tools menu | GroupWise Utilities.


Go to http://support.novell.com  and search on TID  2960897

Once the tool is running, from the left choose GroupWise instead of NDS and then in the lower left box, look for Gateway Alias.  If it is there, add it to the right box and also add user name or whatever is listed to represent each user.  I unfortunately don't have my ConsoleOne with it loaded available right now to check.

Scott
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Once I installed the snap in, I launched C1 and slected my Post Office. Then clicked Tools -> GroupWise Utilities -> Gateway Alias Migration.

My list magically appeared! Thank you so much.
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