bhrt60 Absent Member.
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Need to Migrate Documents to Vibe

I need to Migrate 1000's of documents stored in GroupWise to Vibe

Can't see any tools !!

Users have Stored Documents in Folders in the Cabinet
These contain Emails and Documents

Ultimately some way of BULK extraction
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MarkDissington Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Need to Migrate Documents to Vibe

I feel your pain. Been there, asked that, the tool they did have some years ago has been mislaid. AFAIK there is no replacement and no way to migrate to Vibe on mass. Vibe is a non-starter without a way to mass migrate from GWDMS for us.
If you search the forums for my posts you should see the thread where we went through all of this a couple of years ago.

Mark.
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MarkDissington Outstanding Contributor.
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bhrt60 Absent Member.
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Re: Need to Migrate Documents to Vibe

MarkDissington;2468347 wrote:
Here's the thread in question:
https://forums.novell.com/showthread.php/452707-Document-management-stratergy-for-GW2012-Vibe?highlight=vibe+migration

Mark.


Yah, seen it - just gives you that "warm feeling" about Novell / Microfocus

its a problem... as so many clinets have DM data
they would pay if they could !

The lack of Mac Client...
We know the stratergy do nothing "wait for the Maintenence cheque"
means all our clients will be moving ... so no more Maintenance cheques next year from our clinets
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