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schleissheimer Super Contributor.
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Where can I download the object api samples

Where can I download the object api samples?

All links from here

https://www.novell.com/developer/ndk/groupwise/groupwise_object_api.html

seem to be dead.

 

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Re: Where can I download the object api samples

I was able to get there with that link. Check your firewall settings. You could also try this address: https://www.novell.com/documentation/groupwise_sdk/

Preston

 

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schleissheimer Super Contributor.
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Re: Where can I download the object api samples

Hello  Preston,

if I follow your link and go for example to:

https://www.novell.com/documentation/groupwise_sdk/gwsdk_gwobjapi/data/sdk355.html

and try to download SENDMAIL.CPP it gives a 404.

If I go to the page I mentioned: https://www.novell.com/developer/ndk/groupwise/groupwise_object_api.html

and try to download novell-gwobjapi-devel-2012.11.15.zip I get a page not found...

cu SveN

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Re: Where can I download the object api samples

I see the same problem. I tried to see if I had a copy on one of my computers, but I did not. We are shutdown for a holiday today. I'll try to see if I can find the source tomorrow. 

Preston

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Re: Where can I download the object api samples

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