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Groupwise 8.0.1 Resource "User not found"

Using Groupwise client 8.0.1 build 88138, I have a resource called Test. I am the owner of resource Test. I can create an appointment, add Test to it, do a busy search to make sure the time is open, and send it. When I proxy into Test and click Accept to accept the appointment, I get the following error:

Groupwise Error [d101]

User not Found.

Any ideas of what is causing this? If I proxy into Test, I can open the address book and find all of our users (it even autocompletes them for me). I'm not sure what else to try.
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You would think it should always be able to see itself. What is GroupWise
Visibility set to?

>>> mikeross<mikeross@no-mx.forums.novell.com> 12/8/10 9:36 AM >>>


Using Groupwise client 8.0.1 build 88138, I have a resource called Test.
I am the owner of resource Test. I can create an appointment, add Test
to it, do a busy search to make sure the time is open, and send it.
When I proxy into Test and click Accept to accept the appointment, I get
the following error:

Groupwise Error [d101]

User not Found.

Any ideas of what is causing this? If I proxy into Test, I can open
the address book and find all of our users (it even autocompletes them
for me). I'm not sure what else to try.


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