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Re: GroupWise 8 suddenly crashing when trying to print

Hi

Have you tried a "reset client options" gwcheck routine?

Cheers,
Laura Buckley

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jmarberg Absent Member.
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Re: GroupWise 8 suddenly crashing when trying to print

It appears to be a bad appointment or task. I switched to another day and the calendar prints fine.
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Re: GroupWise 8 suddenly crashing when trying to print

JMarberg

Thanks for letting us know.

Cheers,
Laura Buckley

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Re: GroupWise 8 suddenly crashing when trying to print

With the installation of IE 10 some of our users are experiencing the same problem. Printing an HTML email will crash the client (v12.0.2 on Win7 64-bit). Printing a text message works fine. We changed the default GW printer from Internet Explorer to Firefox and HTML emails printed fine again. We are still trying to figure out which IE 10/Microsoft update broke the printing for these users.

Phillip
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