Application Delivery Management
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On Tue, 03 Nov 2009 04:56:01 0000, swad wrote:
> Are there any plans on providing Messenger or Messenger plug-ins (like
> pidgin in Linux) for the upcoming Android 2.0 line of phones? I've
> enjoyed using GWIM on my Blackberry, but I'm looking at moving to the
> Droid this weekend.
Do you guys expose your GWMessenging system to the Internet? The reason
Blackberrys can talk to the GWIM servers is because your BES is on the
inside of your firewall. Since Android wont be relaying it's data
connection off of your internal BES you would have to put a GroupWise
messenger server in your DMZ or NAT the GWMessenger ports out to the
internet which could potentially expose your eDirectory credentials to
attack. Just a thought.
We aren't going to open up messenger to the Internet but I would like to access it using WIFI internal to the company.
Ed Hanley of in Saint Paul, MN, USA
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Still no news on this? I have the Samsung Galaxy 10.1 with Android 3.1 (Honeycomb) and would like to connect to my groupwise messenger at work.