russellfabr Absent Member.
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Client (other than Groupwise) that will work with OS X

Sorry, can't seem to find answer to this when searching the forums...

I need an email client (other than Novell's Groupwise) that will work with a Groupwise server on OS X (Yosemite)

I think I read that the Apple Mail client is no-go... but is Outlook 2011 also not possible?

I tried connecting to our server via IMAP, by plugging in the credentials to the mobile mail server (I am able to connect via iOS mail)

But no go, get error -3260.


Curious what other people are doing in this boat. (I'd really prefer not using the webmail method)
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buckesfeld Absent Member.
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Re: Client (other than Groupwise) that will work with OS X

russellfabr,

POP/IMAP should work if your admin has enabled it.

Uwe

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Re: Client (other than Groupwise) that will work with OS X

Hi Russellfabr,

Just want to say: Wecome to the forums and thank you for your question 🙂

Try Uwe's suggestion.

Cheers,
Laura Buckley

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russellfabr Absent Member.
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Re: Client (other than Groupwise) that will work with OS X

OK, any suggestions on which ports to enter for IMAP and SMTP?
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Re: Client (other than Groupwise) that will work with OS X

russellfabr wrote on 09/01/2015 04:46 PM:
> OK, any suggestions on which ports to enter for IMAP and SMTP?


Depends on what your admin set. It's the POA's IP and, unless changed on purpose, the default IMAP ports.

Uwe

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