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Archive messages from external entity?

Hello,

Environment:
GroupWise 2012 SP2 / SLES11 / OES11

Would it be possible to setup a scheduled task that will archive (not delete) messages from an external entity mailbox?

In addition, could I run a scheduled task that deletes messages from the archive as well?

Thanks,
Armand.
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Re: Archive messages from external entity?

Hi Armand,

Will the archive be on the local computer?

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Laura Buckley

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Re: Archive messages from external entity?

Hello Laura,

No, the archive location is on a different OES11 server.

Armand.
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Re: Archive messages from external entity?

Hi Armand,

I don't think that would work as an External Entity can not authenticate against eDir to access the server.

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Re: Archive messages from external entity?

On 17.07.2013 12:26, voigt-travel wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> Environment:
> GroupWise 2012 SP2 / SLES11 / OES11
>
> Would it be possible to setup a scheduled task that will archive (not
> delete) messages from an external entity mailbox?
>
> In addition, could I run a scheduled task that deletes messages from
> the archive as well?


Yes and no. However, first realize that archiving is a *pure* client
function. Without a (permanently) running groupwise client somewhere,
the answer is no.

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Massimo Rosen
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Re: Archive messages from external entity?

Clear, however, proxy access to an external entity never triggers the archive task as configured below the client options.
So the only "solution" seems to access the GW entity directly (manually) once and a while (not via proxy).
Thanks a lot!
Armand.
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Re: Archive messages from external entity?

On 17.07.2013 14:16, voigt-travel wrote:
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> Clear, however, proxy access to an external entity never triggers the
> archive task as configured below the client options.


Proxies can't archive, independant if external entity or not.

> So the only "solution" seems to access the GW entity directly
> (manually) once and a while (not via proxy).


Correct.

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Massimo Rosen
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Re: Archive messages from external entity?

laurabuckley wrote:

> I don't think that would work as an External Entity can not authenticate
> against eDir to access the server.


This is only dependent on who is "logging in" as the External entity. As long
as a valid eDirectory user is logged in and mapped, then the External Entity can
still be logged into for GroupWise only and update the archive.


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