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Access to proxy user on iPad with Webaccess

We now have GW2014SP1, and when we use an iPad to access Webmail (webaccess). There is no functionality to change to another user (proxy account). Does anyone now if this will function/work on GW2014SP2 ?

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Re: Access to proxy user on iPad with Webaccess

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Re: Access to proxy user on iPad with Webaccess

In article <HKO.7ykuzz@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Hko wrote:
> We now have GW2014SP1, and when we use an iPad to access Webmail
> (webaccess). There is no functionality to change to another user (proxy
> account). Does anyone now if this will function/work on GW2014SP2 ?


I believe this function is fully enabled in GW2014R2 (2014.2.x), not the
R1 levels (2014.0.1 or 2014.0.2) you are describing.

https://www.novell.com/documentation/groupwise2014r2/gw2014_guide_userweb
/data/accessing_mailboxes_calendars_as_proxy.html#accessing_mailboxes_cal
endars_as_proxy


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Re: Access to proxy user on iPad with Webaccess

On Wed, 24 May 2017 20:09:34 +0000, Andy Konecny wrote:

> In article <HKO.7ykuzz@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Hko wrote:
>> We now have GW2014SP1, and when we use an iPad to access Webmail
>> (webaccess). There is no functionality to change to another user (proxy
>> account). Does anyone now if this will function/work on GW2014SP2 ?

>
> I believe this function is fully enabled in GW2014R2 (2014.2.x), not the
> R1 levels (2014.0.1 or 2014.0.2) you are describing.
>
> https://www.novell.com/documentation/groupwise2014r2/

gw2014_guide_userweb
> /data/

accessing_mailboxes_calendars_as_proxy.html#accessing_mailboxes_cal
> endars_as_proxy
>
>
> Andy of http://KonecnyConsulting.ca in Toronto Knowledge Partner
> http://forums.novell.com/member.php/75037-konecnya
> If you find a post helpful and are logged in the Web interface, please
> show your appreciation by clicking on the star below. Thanks!


Good morning,

I think you cannot access to proxy user via mobile webaccess (see below a
part of online help for web mobile UI):
-----snip
Tablet Support

You can access GroupWise directly from the browser on your tablet device
with GroupWise 2014 WebAccess. You can log in and perform all the basic
operations directly from your tablet, including: Mail (read, compose,
reply, and forward), Calendar (accept, decline, personal, and group),
Find, and Name Completion.

To see a video demonstration of this feature, see WebAccess Mobile
(Tablet Interface).

The Apple iPad is also supported by GroupWise through the GroupWise
Mobility Service product. Messages, contacts, and appointments can be
synchronized between the GroupWise post office and the iPad.

There are a few GroupWise features that are not available when using
GroupWise WebAccess in a tablet browser.

Address Book: System and personal address books are not available.
However, you can use your Frequent Contacts address book to send items.
You can add users to your Frequent Contacts by using the GroupWise
Windows client or GroupWise WebAccess in a desktop browser.

Appointments: You cannot schedule recurring appointments, and you
cannot reschedule appointments.

Busy Search: You cannot perform a Busy Search.

Calendars: You cannot create personal calendars, share personal
calendars, or publish personal calendars to the Internet. You cannot
create new items and post them to personal or shared calendars.

Calendar Conflicts: When you send appointments, you do not receive
notifications if there is a conflicting appointment on your Calendar or a
recipient’s Calendar.

Documents: No Document Management is available.

Folders: You cannot create or manage personal folders or shared
folders.

Mailbox Password: You cannot set or change your Mailbox password. If
you need to change your password, you must use the GroupWise Windows
client or GroupWise WebAccess in a desktop browser.

Proxy: You cannot proxy another user.

Rules: You cannot create, modify, or delete rules. If you have
existing rules that were created with the GroupWise Windows client or
GroupWise WebAccess in a desktop browser, those rules are enforced.

Signature: You cannot add a signature to items you send.
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Thanks,

-Jan
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