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GWIA: 2012

Hello friends,
I have about 2000 thousand users to change VISIBILITY to "none" and EXTERNAL SYNC OVERRIDE to "Do not synchronize regardless of visibility". There is a way to do it by command, if you can help me with that information.

Thank you very much
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Re: GWIA: 2012

In article <javit1.8i1bnz@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Javit1 wrote:
> I have about 2000 thousand users to change VISIBILITY to "none" and
> EXTERNAL SYNC OVERRIDE to "Do not synchronize regardless of visibility".
> There is a way to do it by command, if you can help me with that
> information.


GroupWise 2012 and earlier didn't have the nice command options we have
now. I don't have one of those systems available to check my memory on
this, but I think the visiblity can be managed by lburp files using ICE
within ConsoleOne. I'm not sure if the External Sync override is exposed
this way or not. One way to check would be to do some full exports of
known users set both ways and see if something looks like that setting.


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