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.GWI files

Hi all,

If you drag a mailitem from GroupWise to your desktop, it creates a .gwi file which is basically a link to a GW message.
Is it possible to create such a .gwi file through any GroupWise API?

Regards,

Ronald.
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ukdtom Absent Member.
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Re: .GWI files

AFAIK, Nope 😞


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Re: .GWI files

Thanks Tommy, but could you give me a different answer please? 🙂


>>> On 10-2-2010 at 23:37, Tommy Mikkelsen<ukdtom@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

AFAIK, Nope 😞


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ukdtom Absent Member.
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Re: .GWI files

Sure......

To get to this function, please go here:

http://support.novell.com/enhancement/ 😛


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Tommy Mikkelsen
IT Quality A/S, Denmark
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Sorry, but no support through email
Please join http://www.open-horizons.net

Best Regards Tommy Mikkelsen Denmark Please Report back any success or failure, That way we all learn Sorry, but no support through email "I hate bugs".......Tommy Lee Jones, MIB
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Re: .GWI files

On 2/10/2010 7:24 AM, Ronald de Zwart wrote:
> Hi all,
> If you drag a mailitem from GroupWise to your desktop, it creates a .gwi
> file which is basically a link to a GW message.
> Is it possible to create such a .gwi file through any GroupWise API?
> Regards,
> Ronald.

It's an ole serialization which we sysops we given the info on a while
ago but told novell didn't want spread because they want to be able to
change it. In theory you could create such an ole object yourself if you
know the structure but...
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