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How to open and display and mail archive folder?

We were running Novell and GW for a number of years. Recently, we have migrated to Microsoft and Outlook. We have a number of GW archive folders that I now want to access. I understood that I could retain an installation of GW on my PC and although no longer connected to the server, I should be able to browse and open the archive, to retrieve these emails

Have tried this, but they dont display. When I go to check mailbox size, it is seeing data as the it reads the same file size as the folder of archived email - so I think they are there somewhere!

Any suggestions please??
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On 3/14/2013 5:46 AM, jason zaccaria wrote:
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> We were running Novell and GW for a number of years. Recently, we have
> migrated to Microsoft and Outlook. We have a number of GW archive
> folders that I now want to access. I understood that I could retain an
> installation of GW on my PC and although no longer connected to the
> server, I should be able to browse and open the archive, to retrieve
> these emails
>
> Have tried this, but they dont display. When I go to check mailbox
> size, it is seeing data as the it reads the same file size as the folder
> of archived email - so I think they are there somewhere!
>
> Any suggestions please??
>
>

provide more information. It should work. But only if you installed GW
in remote or caching mode.
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