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Coexistance Exchange Sync

Hello,
I'm looking for any opinions on a Groupwise/Exchange coexistence with address book and free/busy sync.

Is anyone out there doing this?

I'm looking for any feedback on pros/cons and reliability.

Thank you.
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Re: Coexistance Exchange Sync

In article <jgaffney.801a1b@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Jgaffney
wrote:
> I'm looking for any opinions on a Groupwise/Exchange coexistence with
> address book and free/busy sync.
>
> Is anyone out there doing this?
>
> I'm looking for any feedback on pros/cons and reliability.


I haven't done this recently, though looks like one client now has the
need. In the past it was worked very well for me. The only catch I
recall is that the systems have to be of similar vintages to get it to
behave. So if one of the systems is particularly old, an upgrade of
that back end is typically needed.



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Re: Coexistance Exchange Sync

We are running GroupWise/Exchange Coexistance since the 2012 days, works and had no significant problems. Only downsides I saw so far is that it uses CN in AD and if you only sync a part of the AD and a user gets moved out of that part in AD (was synced and is not anymore) it will remain in GroupWise without any notice - but both are rather minor.

It might show that data in the user objects is not of good quality, but that is not a technical issue.

If you need help installing, feel free to reach out to me.
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