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adress book group problem (proxy mode)

Hello Guys,

we have following problem since the Update to GW 2014 R2 (v.14.2.0 German Client).

In my personal adress book i have created a group called "test" with 5 email adress.
Then i switch from online mode to proxy mode (another account) and send a new email (or appointment) with the test group as recipient.
I sent the email, but i can't delivered (there is no error message).
I switch to sent items and click on the email properties. It displays no recipients and post offices (attachment screenshot).

When i sent the email from my personal account the email is delivered.
I think its a problem with the created group in my personal adress book.

The error exists after the update to R2. Before the update it worked perfect.

Does anyone have an idea?

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Re: adress book group problem (proxy mode)

sorry the bug is known. the thread can be deleted.
https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=7017100
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Re: adress book group problem (proxy mode)

Hi,

I suggest that you open a Service Request with Novell Technical Support. As far as I am aware they may have a fix for this issue.

Cheers,
Laura Buckley

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