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GW <-> O365 (Cloud)

Hi,

because the missing MAC support of GW: A customer has the idea to use
O365 (M$-Cloud). He would use the MAC-Outlook as Client at the MAC and
the GW-Client at the Windows-PC.

Has somebody an idea if the relatime SYNC (not a migration) of GW and
the O365-Cloud is possible? We need Mail-, Addressbook-, Calender- and
BusyTime-Sync.

GW/M$X-Coexisting Tool is not helpful because it seems that you need
separate Mail-Domains.

To access mail via IMAP and a Outlook-Client from the GWIA seems to be
workable, but calender, addressbook and the scheduling is a problem just
now.

Bernd




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Re: GW <-> O365 (Cloud)

In article <uAVyE.256$di.129@novprvlin0913.provo.novell.com>, Nntp-user
wrote:
> GW/M$X-Coexisting Tool is not helpful because it seems that you need
> separate Mail-Domains.


That is because both systems, like most email systems, assume they are
the sole owner of a given domain. Anytime someone has managed to make
it look like there are different systems sharing a domain, it is due to
using other domains in the background.

What version of GroupWise are you running? Perhaps we should look at
those particular challenges here if you haven't already been doing so.


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Re: GW <-> O365 (Cloud)

On 25.05.2019 18:20, Andy Konecny wrote:
> In article <uAVyE.256$di.129@novprvlin0913.provo.novell.com>, Nntp-user
> wrote:
>> GW/M$X-Coexisting Tool is not helpful because it seems that you need
>> separate Mail-Domains.

>
> That is because both systems, like most email systems, assume they are
> the sole owner of a given domain.


Ahem, no..? Groupwise assumes exactly to be the owner of each and every
email address it knows, but *NOT* the whole domain(s). Any email sent to
a domain internal to groupwise, but an unknown user will be sent towards
the GWIA to send it out to the internet. If, of course, it finds itself
as the MX record, it will thus send the mail to itself.

> Anytime someone has managed to make
> it look like there are different systems sharing a domain, it is due to
> using other domains in the background.


Above said, I have to disagree again. I had and have several customers
running multiple totally seperate systems under thesame domain anem
without issue. All you need is a "judge" in front of those systems that
knows which email addresses exist, and in which system, and that's the
MX record for all involved, external and internal.

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Re: GW <-> O365 (Cloud)

In article <0NCGE.1041$SW7.392@novprvlin0914.provo.novell.com>, Massimo
Rosen wrote:
> Above said, I have to disagree again. I had and have several customers
> running multiple totally seperate systems under thesame domain anem
> without issue. All you need is a "judge" in front of those systems that
> knows which email addresses exist, and in which system, and that's the
> MX record for all involved, external and internal.


A system of systems
and I agree when we set all that up (as I have as well), we can make it
work with all those systems in house. My statement was from the
perspective of the Coexisting tool base assumptions and I see my wording
didn't include that. Other tools are certainly required (unless there is
something in the coexistence tool I've been missing) with the SMTP side
being easy enough, it is the other services Bernd that are the challenging
part.


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