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GW2012 SP3 ETA to solve Outlook 2013 Problems

Hi there,
I read about sp3-ftf before.
Somebody know when it will be available?
We have the problems with Office 2013 that deactivate Groupwise - not working anymore until deinstallation of outlook2013,
and the multi user calender issues.

Any help ?

regards
Uwe
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Re: GW2012 SP3 ETA to solve Outlook 2013 Problems

Hi Uwe,

The FTF is available to you if you open a Service Request with Novell Technical Support - the SR will be refunded to you - insist on this before it is closed.

Let us know how it goes.

Cheers,
Laura Buckley

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Re: GW2012 SP3 ETA to solve Outlook 2013 Problems

I just spoke to Novell and there is no solution for Outlook 2013 connecting to Groupwise 2012 if not Imap and Pop... With office being sold as a norm, Novell should of first addressed the issue of a connector or plugin for Outlook 2013, not come out with Groupwise 2014.. Someone does not have the priorities straight..
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Re: GW2012 SP3 ETA to solve Outlook 2013 Problems

In article <crobison.6ehagn@no-mx.forums.novell.com>, Crobison wrote:
> I just spoke to Novell and there is no solution for Outlook 2013
> connecting to Groupwise 2012 if not Imap and Pop... With office being
> sold as a norm, Novell should of first addressed the issue of a
> connector or plugin for Outlook 2013, not come out with Groupwise 2014..
> Someone does not have the priorities straight..
>

You are talking about a different issue than what this tread was about,
which is how the install of OutLook 2013 cuts off the GroupWise client
from working.
Trying to get Outlook to work natively with GroupWise has always been
problematic with Microsoft often changing applicable parts of Outlook.
Since Outlook has fine POP & IMAP integration and there are other more
numerous (mostly not Microsoft) mobile clients that need attention as a
higher priority. More and more systems are shipping without Microsoft
Office because it doesn't even run on them (Android, IOS, Linux, ect..)
Last version of Microsoft Office I ran was 2000. I've been happily
OpenOffice/LibreOffice nearly 10 years now and the customers I've switched
to it are loving it as well.


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