In article <email@example.com>, Kwhite wrote: > We want to let staff have access to GroupWise Mobility on there personal > phones. Does anyone know of a solution to remove GroupWise Mobility > content with out wiping the device?
Just removing the user from GMS doesn't wipe the device. The only question is if it leaves the mailbox on the device or not. I suspect the devices just leave the content in most cases, just complain about the failed authentication. This would be easy enough to test: - set up a test user with some messages and even a calendar entry or 2 - hook up to a couple different devices, making sure that the messages and calendar entry have synced - remove the user and see what the devices do with those messages and calendar entry. - Report back here with GMS version and what devices did what so that we can all benefit from the experiment.
This is one of the exact use cases for an MDM setup for BYOD.
On 5/7/2018 10:04 AM, kwhite wrote: > > We want to let staff have access to GroupWise Mobility on there personal > phones. Does anyone know of a solution to remove GroupWise Mobility > content with out wiping the device? > > Thanks > >