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					                                            TABLE OF CONTENTS
What's New - GroupWise 5.5 Enhancement Pack Client ................................................................ 2
     Internet Mail Accounts ............................................................................................................ 2
     Directory Services ................................................................................................................... 2
     Compose Messages in HTML ................................................................................................ 2
     Enhanced S/MIME Security .................................................................................................... 2
     GroupWise Mail Sent From Your Browser .............................................................................. 2
     Routing Slip ............................................................................................................................. 2
     Support for Novell Single Sign-on ........................................................................................... 3
Manual Install Of The Enhancement Pack Client ............................................................................ 3
     Workstation Install ................................................................................................................... 3
     Standard Install ....................................................................................................................... 3
     Destination Path ...................................................................................................................... 4
     Components ............................................................................................................................ 4
     GroupWise 5.5 ........................................................................................................................ 5
     Internet Browser Mail Integration ............................................................................................ 5
     GroupWise Tip of the Day....................................................................................................... 5
     GroupWise Desktop ................................................................................................................ 5
     Program Icons ......................................................................................................................... 5
     Startup Folder Applications ..................................................................................................... 5
     Notify ....................................................................................................................................... 6
     Conversation Place ................................................................................................................. 6
     Client Language ...................................................................................................................... 6
     Application Integrations........................................................................................................... 7
Automated Client Install Using setup.cfg ......................................................................................... 7
     Overview of Installing with the Configuration File (SETUP.CFG) ........................................... 7
     Enable AutoUpdate ................................................................................................................. 9
     Modify ADDON.CFG ............................................................................................................. 11
Overview of Installing client using the Silent Install ....................................................................... 12
     Sample Script ........................................................................................................................ 14
     NOTES .................................................................................................................................. 17
GroupWise Registry Changes and Locations ............................................................................... 18
     gwsrv.reg............................................................................................................................... 18
Login Script Options ...................................................................................................................... 19
     Instgw.bat .............................................................................................................................. 19
Things To Look Out For: ................................................................................................................ 19
     GroupWise 5.5 Plug-In for Outlook 98 .................................................................................. 19
     Plug In Product Features ...................................................................................................... 20




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What's New - GroupWise 5.5 Enhancement Pack Client
The GroupWise 5.5 Enhancement Pack Client includes significant updates and new features for
the GroupWise 5.5 Client for Windows 95/98/NT:

Internet Mail Accounts
Users can access POP3 and IMAP4 Internet mail accounts by adding them to GroupWise. By
default, POP3 and IMAP4 accounts can be accessed and configured in GroupWise Remote only.
If the system administrator enables it, users can also access and configure their POP3 and
IMAP4 accounts from the Accounts menu in the Master (network) Mailbox.

Directory Services
LDAP directory service accounts provide users with the ability to search directory services such
as Bigfoot for names of people. Each search can check potentially millions of names. After
locating a name through a directory service search, users can add those names to their personal
address books. The system administrator can add predefined LDAP directory service accounts to
the Address Book by adding information to SETUP.CFG.

Compose Messages in HTML
Users with Internet Explorer 4.x or above installed on the same machine as GroupWise can
compose messages in HTML, adding text formatting, lists, colour, and pictures.

Enhanced S/MIME Security
Users can add security to items they send by signing and/or encrypting them. Recipients can
verify who really sent the message, and that the message was not tampered with before it
reached them. Users can choose from multiple security service providers they have installed,
however S/MIME capabilities are enabled by default. The system administrator can specify a URL
for the preferred certification authority on the S/MIME tab in URL for Certificate Download. By
default, the Enhancement Pack client accesses http://www.novell.com/groupwise/certified.html,
which lists several common certification authorities.

In order to send S/MIME messages to users outside of GroupWise, Internet Addressing must be
enabled. To turn S/MIME capabilities off for Enhancement Pack client users, in GroupWise
Administrator, click Tools > GroupWise Utilities > Client Options > double-click Security Options >
click the S/MIME tab > select Do Not Allow Use of S/MIME.

GroupWise Mail Sent From Your Browser
Users can set GroupWise to be their default e-mail program, so that whenever they click an e-
mail link on a web page or choose the Mail command in their browser (Internet Explorer 3.x and
higher, Netscape* Navigator 4.03-4.08), GroupWise opens. Internet Browser Mail Integration
must be selected during GroupWise client installation. This integration can be uninstalled in the
Windows Control Panel. Open the Control Panel > double-click Add/Remove Programs. Click
GroupWise Mailto Protocol Handler > Add/Remove > click OK twice.

Routing Slip
Users can use Routing Slip to send a mail message or task to several people consecutively. They
can add attachments for editing, track the status of a routed item, and require a password to mark
a routed item completed.

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Support for Novell Single Sign-on
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If Novell Single Sign-on is installed on a user's workstation and the system administrator has
enabled it, users can select Use Novell Single Sign-on to store their GroupWise password in
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NDS . For information on enabling Novell Single Sign-on, in GroupWise Administrator, click
Tools > GroupWise Utilities > Client Options > Security Options > Password Tab > Help.

Manual Install Of The Enhancement Pack Client
During the installation of GroupWise Administration, the Enhancement Pack client files were
copied to the software distribution directory on your server. For example, if you accepted the
default Z:\GRPWISE\SOFTWARE as your target, the Enhancement Pack client software was
copied to Z:\GRPWISE\SOFTWARE\CLIENT\WIN32.

SETUP.EXE is run from the software distribution directory. In order to run this setup program,
users require rights to CLIENT\WIN32 in the software distribution directory. The minimum rights
required are Read and File Scan. (This does not apply if you are running AutoUpdate over an IP
connection.)

Click OK > follow the prompts until you reach the Setup Options screen > click one of the
following options:

Workstation Install
This option allows the user to run GroupWise from the network, which saves disk space on the
user's hard drive.

Standard Install
This option installs all of the client files on the user's hard drive. This option is required when the
computer will access the GroupWise system remotely or if GroupWise Imaging or WorkFlow was
previously installed on the workstation and will continue to be used. Once you choose which
option – click on next




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Destination Path
Click the Browse button to choose a different Destination Folder path or click Next to select the
default.




Components
Ensure each component you want to install is selected > click Next.




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GroupWise 5.5
This component is required.

Internet Browser Mail Integration
Internet Browser Mail Integration sets GroupWise to be the default e-mail program on that
workstation, so that whenever the user clicks an e-mail link on a web page or chooses the Mail
command in the browser (Internet Explorer 3.x and higher, Netscape Navigator 4.03-4.08),
GroupWise starts.

GroupWise Tip of the Day
The Tip of the Day displays useful hints about using GroupWise. A new tip is displayed each time
GroupWise is started.

GroupWise Desktop
GroupWise Desktop allows users to access their appointments, reminder notes, and tasks quickly
without having to open the GroupWise client, thus freeing up system resources for other uses.
Users access their items through a Calendar view or through GroupWise Marquee, which runs
both independently and at the bottom of the GW Desktop Main Window. The Marquee displays
the most recent information arriving in your mailbox.

Program Icons
Select the folder you wish to add the GroupWise program icons to – click on next to continue

Startup Folder Applications
Choose applications to be placed in your startup folder – then click on next to continue




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Notify
Notify is a program that works with GroupWise to alert you when you have new items placed in
your Mailbox, when your outgoing items are opened, or when you have an upcoming
appointment. It is installed in the same folder as GroupWise when you run GroupWise Setup.
Notify runs minimized in the background while you run other programs.

Conversation Place
Conversation Place lets you manage your telephone directly from your desktop. You can answer
your phone, place callers on hold, use the speaker phone, conference other callers, and more.
You can even look up phone numbers and dial numbers directly from Conversation Place.

Conversation Place is a component within the GroupWise environment. It exposes and simplifies
many commonly available, yet little-used features of the telephone. Address Book is closely
integrated with Conversation Place to provide quick and easy access to any user information
listed in corporate and personal address books.

Conversation Place can control phones using either TAPI or TSAPI. TAPI requires either a
modem or a TAPI service provider and TAPI32.DLL installed on client computers. TAPI32.DLL is
installed by default when Windows is installed. TSAPI requires a working TSAPI TServer,
CSTA32.DLL, and Novell* Client 32* installed on client computers.

Client Language
Select the client language you want to install – click on next to continue




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Application Integrations
Choose applications for Integrations with GroupWise Document Management – then click on
next, follow the prompts for the remainder of the installation – reboot workstation

Integrations make it possible for you to link your applications to your GroupWise Mailbox. In an
integrated application, you can see the documents in your Mailbox and folders when you select
Open in the application. In addition, you can save a document as a new version using the
application's Save As feature. Integrating makes it possible for you to create, edit, and save
GroupWise documents within your applications.

Automated Client Install Using setup.cfg
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During installation and any subsequent updates, the GroupWise 5.5 Enhancement Pack client
setup program generally requires user intervention at the workstation to install the client software.
By using a configuration file, you can cause installations and updates to occur, simplifying or
eliminating the user response during installation. You can also use this configuration file to enable
AutoUpdate, which forces updates to take place. This allows you to maintain current versions of
the GroupWise software on the network. The use of a configuration file to install GroupWise is
often called an administrator-defined setup.

The configuration file, SETUP.CFG, is an ASCII text file that supports extended ASCII characters.
The file contains the responses normally provided by the user during the installation of the client
files; for example, the path for the client files, whether to complete a workstation or standard
install, and the folder for the GroupWise icon are specified in this file.

When the Enhancement Pack client SETUP.EXE file is executed, it looks in the same directory
for a SETUP.CFG file. If none is found, the installation proceeds, prompting the user for the
needed information. If the SETUP.CFG file is found, the setup program installs the software,
using the information outlined in the configuration file. Depending on the entries in the
configuration file, the user may or may not be prompted to provide information during the
installation.

If you are going to use a configuration file to install client software, it is recommended that users
be given Read and File Scan rights to the software distribution directory\CLIENT and software
distribution directory\CLIENT\WIN32 directories. (This does not apply if you are running
AutoUpdate over an IP connection.)

Overview of Installing with the Configuration File (SETUP.CFG)
During the installation of GroupWise Administration, the Enhancement Pack client files were
copied to the software distribution directory on your server. For example, if you accepted the
default Z:\GRPWISE\SOFTWARE as your target, the Enhancement Pack client software was
copied to Z:\GRPWISE\SOFTWARE\CLIENT\WIN32.

Make a backup copy of software distribution directory\CLIENT\SETUP.CFG. Using an ASCII text
editor, edit the SETUP.CFG file entries with the values you want.




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The following is an example of setup.cfg:

[GroupWiseSetup]
Version=5.5
ShowDialogs=No
WindowsMessaging=No
StandardInstall=YES
Path=C:\Novell\GroupWise
Folder=GroupWise 5
ConversationPlace=No

[AutoUpdate]
Enabled=Yes
SetupIPEnabled=No
ForceUpdate=Yes
PromptUntilUpdated=No
[Startup]
Notify=Yes
ConversationPlace=No

[GWDSKTOP]
Default=No
Hide=No
Workstation=Yes

[GWTIP]
Default=Yes
Hide=No
Workstation=Yes

[GWMAILTO]
Default=Yes
Hide=No
Workstation=Yes

[IntegrationApps]
Lotus WordPro=No
Microsoft Binder 97=No
Microsoft Excel 7.0=No
Microsoft Excel 97=No
Microsoft Excel 2000=No
Microsoft PowerPoint 97=No
Microsoft PowerPoint 2000=No
Microsoft Word 7.0=No
Microsoft Word 97=No
Microsoft Word 2000=No
Corel Presentations 7.0/8.0/9.0=No
Corel Quattro Pro 7.0/8.0=No
Corel Quattro Pro 9.0=No
Corel WordPerfect 7.0=No
Corel WordPerfect 8.0=No
Corel WordPerfect 9.0=No



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[Languages]
Default=English
Arabic=No
ChineseSimplified=No
Chinese=No
Czech=No
BrazilianPortugese=No
Danish=No
Dutch=No
English=Yes
Finnish=No
French=No
German=No
Hebrew=No
Hungarian=No
Italian=No
Japanese=No
Korean=No
Norwegian=No
Polish=No
Russian=No
Spanish=No
Swedish=No
Thai=No

If you want to use AutoUpdate, follow the procedure in enable auto update (below)

Save SETUP.CFG > copy the file to the software distribution directory\CLIENT\WIN32 directory.

If you want to install additional components on users' workstations, follow the procedure in Modify
Addon.cfg (see page 10)

To stop SETUP.EXE from using the SETUP.CFG file, delete SETUP.CFG from the directory
where SETUP.EXE resides.

Enable AutoUpdate
AutoUpdate can occur whether users have a mapped drive or IP connection to the software
distribution directory. If users have a mapped drive to the software distribution directory, make
sure they have Read and Scan rights to the software distribution directory\CLIENT and software
distribution directory\CLIENT\WIN32 directories. To use AutoUpdate over an IP connection, the
CLIENT and WIN32 subdirectories must be duplicated on an HTTP web server.

Prerequisite: To install the Enhancement Pack client using AutoUpdate, you must first make
sure GroupWise 5.5 Enhancement Pack Administration and GroupWise 5.5 Enhancement Pack
agents have been installed, and that administration, agent, and client software has been updated.
In the following procedure, steps 1-4 apply only if you will be using an IP connection for
AutoUpdate.




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Using an ASCII text editor, create a file called WRITEIP.INI. The file should contain the following
Information:

[Locations]
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=

After each equals sign, specify an IP location of the software distribution CLIENT subdirectory. In
each case, the CLIENT and WIN32 subdirectories must be duplicated on an HTTP web server.
For example, you can specify:
1=http://151.155.135.122/ep/client
or
2=http://intranet.company.com/software/ep/gwclient
You can include proxy and port information, for example:
3=http://name.mycompany.com/software/ep/client;proxy.place.mycompany:1690

You can specify up to five locations. During AutoUpdate, each location is checked, in order, until
a connection is made.

Save WRITEIP.INI > copy the file to the software distribution directory\ADMIN\UTILITY\SETUPIP
directory.

Run software distribution directory\ADMIN\UTILITY\SETUPIP\WRITEIP.EXE.

SETUPIP.EXE is created.

Copy SETUPIP.EXE to the software distribution directory\CLIENT\WIN32 directory.
Make a backup copy of software distribution directory\CLIENT\SETUP.CFG.

Using an ASCII text editor, edit the SETUP.CFG file entries with the values you want.
Under the [AutoUpdate] heading, specify
Enabled=Yes
Specify
ForceUpdate=Yes
if you want GroupWise to automatically update the users' client software
or
ForceUpdate=No
if you want users to be prompted to update their client software.
If you will be using an IP connection for AutoUpdate, specify
SetupIPEnabled=Yes
Save the file as SETUP.CFG.

The software distribution directory\CLIENT\WIN32\ADDONS directory contains several
subdirectories for additional GroupWise components. In order for these components to be
installed with AutoUpdate, modify the ADDON.CFG in each subdirectory with the values you
want.
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Log in to NetWare Administrator as an Admin equivalent.
Click Tools > GroupWise System Operations.
Double-click Software Directory Management.
Click the software distribution directory > Update.

Select Force Auto-Update Check by GroupWise Components.
This causes the GroupWise client to check for a new version. If a new version is found, the next
time a user starts the GroupWise client; he or she is prompted to update the client software. If
you have set ForceUpdate=Yes, the user will not be prompted before installation begins. If a
mapped drive to the software distribution directory is found, the client software is installed from
the mapped drive. If a mapped drive to the software distribution directory is not found, GroupWise
looks at the IP locations you specified in WRITEIP.INI and installs the client software.
(In the event that no connection to the software distribution directory can be made, the file
SETUPIP.ERR is created in C:\WINDOWS of the user's workstation. This file explains why none
of the connections could be made.)

Copy the SETUP.CFG file that you modified in Step 6 from software distribution directory\CLIENT
to software distribution directory\CLIENT\WIN32.

Modify ADDON.CFG
The ADDON.CFG file is an ASCII text file that supports extended ASCII characters. The
Enhancement Pack client setup program uses the ADDON.CFG file to install additional
components on users' workstations. The components may include software not shipped with
GroupWise. The ADDON.CFG is specific to each program being installed. The required program
files and the associated ADDON.CFG file must be copied to a subdirectory under software
distribution directory\CLIENT\WIN32\ADDONS.

During the client installation, the Enhancement Pack setup program will search the subdirectories
under the \ADDONS directory for any ADDON.CFG files. The setup program will then execute the
installation program for that component using the settings specified in the ADDON.CFG. If an
entry is missing in the ADDON.CFG file, the installation program will prompt the user for the
required information.

ADDON.CFG files for GroupWise Desktop, Internet Browser Mail Integration, and GroupWise Tip
of the Day are included in the corresponding subdirectories under \ADDONS.

When creating an ADDON.CFG for a different component, you must include at least the following
section headings and associated entries. If the installation program requires additional
information, you may include that information as additional entries. The required entries are as
follows:
[GroupWiseAddon]
[Name]
[Description]




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[GroupWiseAddon]
This section head must be included with the following entries.

Entry                                                                        Example

Install=addon's setup program filename                                       Install=setup.exe

Parameters=parameters to be passed on to addon's setup program               Parameters=/install

Silent=parameters to append to administrator defined setup                   Silent=/s

Size=installed size of addon in kilobytes                                    Size=100

For more information on the parameters that are allowed for GroupWise Desktop, Internet
Browser Mail Integration, and GroupWise Tip of the Day, see the Parameters= entry in the
corresponding ADDON.CFG file.

[Name]
Under this section head, specify the two-letter language code for the language being installed,
followed by the name of the addon. This name appears in the components listing.
Example: US=GroupWise Desktop

[Description]
Under this section head, specify the two-letter language code followed by a short description of
the addon. This description appears in the Description field when the component is highlighted in
the component listing.

Example: US=GroupWise Desktop includes small components that give you access to some
GroupWise data without running the GroupWise client.


Overview of Installing client using the Silent Install

A normal (non-silent) installation receives the necessary input from the user in the form of
responses to dialog boxes. A "silent" or unassisted installation takes place completely behind the
scenes; it doesn't display any user interface, so there is no need for a user to monitor the
installation and provide input via dialog boxes.

The installation program for the GroupWise Win9 client, SETUP.EXE, was written with
InstallShield3, a C-like, object-oriented programming language. Using the proper startup switch,
32-bit install programs written in InstallShield can be run in silent mode if you provide the proper
values and returns for the installation choices in a script or "response file." A response file is a
plain text file, so you can create it in Microsoft Notepad or any other text editor. A response file
contains the information similar to that which an end user would enter as responses to dialog
boxes when running a normal InstallShield3 installation. InstallShield Silent reads the necessary
input from the response file at run time.


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The format of response files resembles that of an .INI file, but response files must have .ISS
extensions and must contain a silent header section, an application header section, a dialog
sequence section, and a dialog data section. The response file you create must be named
SETUP.ISS and saved in the same directory as the *.INS file for setup. For GroupWise 5, this
directory is the Win32 directory found in the software distribution directory.

NOTE: Although you can create the SETUP.ISS file manually, you can also have InstallShield
create it by running the GroupWise SETUP.EXE using the -r option (e.g., ..\client\win32\setup.exe
-r). This causes InstallShield to write all your selections into a SETUP.ISS for you. It will write the
file to the [windows] directory. I.E. c:\winnt

After you have created the installation and the response file, you are ready to run a test of the
installation in silent mode. When running an installation in silent mode, be aware that no
messages are displayed. Instead, a log file named SETUP.LOG captures installation information,
including whether the installation was successful. You can review the log file and determine the
result of the installation. The default location of the log file is the directory where the installation's
.INS file resides. To verify if a silent installation succeeded, look at the ResultCode value in the
[ResponseResult] section of SETUP.LOG. If the value is 0, the installation succeeded. If the
value is -1, the installation failed.

After you verify the validity of your *.ISS file, users can run GroupWise Setup in silent mode by
setting up a shortcut pointing to <software distribution directory>\CLIENT\WIN32\SETUP.EXE as
the target and including the -s command line switch to run in silent mode. This launches the client
setup and tries to load SETUP.INS and SETUP.ISS (the response file) from the same directory.
the log file SETUP.LOG is created in the same directory.

Options
Users can specify a different name and location for the SETUP.LOG using the -f1 and -f2
switches with SETUP.EXE. The -f1 switch specifies the alternate location and name of the
response file (.ISS file) .
  Example
     setup -s -f1 c:\install\gwwin32\alternat.iss

The -f2 switch specifies the alternate location and name of the log file (by default, SETUP.LOG
log file is created and stored in the same directory as that of SETUP.EXE).
   Example
      setup -s -f2 c:\install\gwwin32\alternat.log

Do not leave a space between command line switches and options.command line
switches/options are not case sensitive.

NOTE: Windows Messaging System




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Before you can set up and run the GroupWise Win95 client, you must have the Windows
messaging system (MAPI32) installed, which means workstation access to the Win95 *.cab files.
You can install Exchange on each workstation individually (see "installing, Windows components
in the Win95 Help index), or you can create a batch file to create a network copy of Win95 and
the NetWare Client 32 that users can access and run for an unassisted installation of Win95 on
their workstations.

Sample Script

The sample script shown below is for instructional purposes. In many cases, the script will need
to be modified to work successfully on your workstations.

Start of sample script--

   [InstallShield Silent]
   Version=v3.00.000
   File=Response File

   [Application]
   Name=GroupWise 5
   Version=5.2
   Company=Novell

   [DlgOrder]
   Dlg0=SdWelcome-0
   count=9
   Dlg1=SdAskOptions-0
   Dlg2=AskDestPath-0
   Dlg3=SdSelectFolder-0
   Dlg4=SdAskOptionsList-0
   Dlg5=SdStartCopy-0
   Dlg6=SdAskOptionsList-1
   Dlg7=SdAskOptions-1
   Dlg8=SdFinish-0

   [SdWelcome-0]
   Result=1

   [SdAskOptions-0]
   Result=1
   Component-type=String
   Component-count=1
   Component-0=Standard Install (uses 24 MB*)

   [AskDestPath-0]
   Result=1
   szPath=C:\Novell\GroupWise
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   [SdSelectFolder-0]
   Result=1
   szFolder=Groupwise 5

   [SdAskOptionsList-0]
   Result=1
   Component-type=String
   Component-count=1
   Component-0=English

   [SdStartCopy-0]
   Result=1

   [SdAskOptionsList-1]
   Result=1
   Component-type=String
   Component-count=0

   [SdAskOptions-1]
   Result=1
   Component-type=String
   Component-count=0

   [SdFinish-0]
   Result=1


   bOpt1=0
   bOpt2=1

--End of sample script

   The script above assumes the following:
   Standard Install is chosen
   Install Directory is c:\novell\groupwise
   Selected Program Folder is GroupWise 5
   English is the language selected
   No Integrations
   WorkFlow and Imaging are not installed
   Read the readme file is not selected
   Launch GroupWise is selected




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BREAKDOWN OF THE SCRIPT:

   [InstallShield Silent] ; standard header for InstallShield response file
   Version=v3.00.000
   File=Response File

   [Application] ; sets name and version of application
   Name=GroupWise 5
   Version=5.5
   Company=Novell

  [DlgOrder] ; sets order of dialog boxes that appear.
  Dlg0=SdWelcome-0 ; Welcome dialog
  count=9 ; number of dialogs
  Dlg1=SdAskOptions-0 ; Install Options (workstation v. standard)
  Dlg2=AskDestPath-0 ; destination directory (use only for standard installs)
  Dlg3=SdSelectFolder-0 ; select program folder (default is GroupWise 5)
  Dlg4=SdAskOptionsList-0 ; select language to install
  Dlg5=SdStartCopy-0 ; verify options and start copying files
  Dlg6=SdAskOptionsList-1 ; Integrations (can set to all off or specify each application)
  Dlg7=SdAskOptions-1 ; Select Optional Components (check boxes for Imaging and
WorkFlow)
  Dlg8=SdFinish-0 ; Finish install, read the readme file and/or launch GroupWise

   [SdWelcome-0] ; Welcome dialog (Result=1 selects the Next button)
   Result=1

   [SdAskOptions-0] ; Install option
   Result=1
   Component-type=String ; Standard v. Workstation install is a string
   Component-count=1 ; total number of component selections
   Component-0=Standard Install (uses 24 MB*) ; the selected item's number in the list starting
with zero

   [AskDestPath-0] ; Directory path - only use if performing a standard install
   Result=1
   szPath=C:\Novell\GroupWise ; fixed path where GroupWise will be installed

   [SdSelectFolder-0] ; Select Program Folder for GroupWise shortcuts
   Result=1
   szFolder=Groupwise 5 ; default

   [SdAskOptionsList-0] ; Select Language
   Result=1
   Component-type=String
   Component-count=1
   Component-0=English
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   [SdStartCopy-0] ; Click Next at Start Copy? prompt
   Result=1

   [SdAskOptionsList-1] ; Integrations (if any) see notes below for details
   Result=1
   Component-type=String
   Component-count=0 ; No integrations

   [SdAskOptions-1] ; Imaging and WorkFlow selection
   Result=1
   Component-type=String
   Component-count=0 ; does not select either component

   [SdFinish-0] ; Finish dialog
   Result=1
   bOpt1=1 ; Read the readme file? 1 means Yes, 0 means No
   bOpt2=1 ; Launch the client?

NOTES

1) When in silent mode, the workstation install is always the first item in the dialog. Starting with
GroupWise 5.5, the placement in the dialog of workstation install v. the standard install depends
on which option was chosen during the previous installation. By forcing the workstation install to
be the first item in the dialog when in silent mode, you don't have to worry about which install
option was used by each user.

2) The GroupWise 5 setup program detects applications for ODMA integration. In silent mode,
you can script turning all integrations off but you can't script turning them all on. You can also
script turning integration on for specific applications if you are sure all users using the script have
those applications installed. To facilitate this scripting, the setup program was modified beginning
with GroupWise 5.5 to always access the integrations dialog. This prevents the script from failing
if no integrations are found and the script is written to integrate one or more applications. If setup
fails in this instance, no InstallShield error is generated. The setup program fails to complete and
must be run again with a valid script or in normal mode.

3) If an error occurs during the setup process, no error or dialog is given to the user. InstallShield
Silent will clean up after itself and uninstall what has already been installed.

4) When scripting a workstation install, you will need to make the following changes:

  [Dlg Order] section changes:
  Reduce the count by 1 because the AskDestPath dialog is not used.
  Remove the Dlg3=AskDestPath-0 line.
  Renumber the other dialog entries appropriately.




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  [SdAskOptions-0] section changes:
  Change the last line to be
  Component-0=Workstation Install (uses 5 MB)

  Remove the entire [AskDestPath-0] section from the script

GroupWise Registry Changes and Locations




The following registry changes will allow the client to startup without knowing the ip address of the
post office. These registry settings can be set during the install process by making the
modifications to the gwsrv.reg file. (see sample below)

gwsrv.reg

REGEDIT4

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Novell\GroupWise\Login Parameters\PostOfficePath]
@=""

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Novell\GroupWise\Login Parameters\TCP/IP Address]
@="mail.attachegroup.com"

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Novell\GroupWise\Login Parameters\TCP/IP Port]
@="1677"

[HKEY_USERS\.Default\Software\Microsoft\Exchange\Client\Options]
"PickLogonProfile"="1"



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Login Script Options

The silent or automated install using the setup.cfg can be run from the login script. The following
is an example of what to place in the login script.

If Member of ".gwInst.lon.attache" Then Begin
 @\\att_srv\sys\public\instgw2.bat
end

Instgw.bat

if exist c:\novell\groupwise\grpwise.exe goto exit
map l:=gwsrv\vol1:
l:
cd \grpwise\software\client\win32
setup -s -f2 c:\install\gwwin32\alternate.log
regedit /s \\att_srv\sys\public\updates\registry\gwsrv.reg
:exit


Things To Look Out For:

    1. Workstation install requires a minimum of 60Meg to install.
    2. IP stack is installed on the workstation. GroupWise is a client server bases application
       and uses IP to connect to the post office.
    3. Microsoft messaging is not installed. GroupWise will run with out messaging but mapi
       compliant applications will not work e.g. Send email within word.
    4. NT workstations users need rights to modify the registry.
    5. Outlook 95, 97 and 2000 – must be installed with corporate/workgroup option
    6. Microsoft Office 2000 – installs Outlook 2000 by default*


GroupWise 5.5 Plug-In for Outlook 98

        The GroupWise 5.5 Plug-In for Outlook 98 has the following system
        requirements:

                GroupWise 5.5 system with GroupWise 5.5.2 agents, including
                 GroupWise Internet Agent 5.5.2.
                Internet Addressing must be enabled.
                Outlook 98 Corporate or Workgroup (CW) installation. The Internet Mail
                 Only (IMO) and the No E-mail installation options are not supported.
                 Outlook 2000 is not supported. Outlook Express is not supported.
                PC with a Pentium 75 MHz or higher processor.
                Microsoft Windows 95 or later operating system, or Microsoft Windows
                 NT Workstation operating system version 4.0 Service Pack 3 or later.
                For Windows 95 or Windows 98: 32 MB of RAM.
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               For Windows NT Workstation: 48 MB of RAM.
               7 MB of available hard-disk space.

            1. The GroupWise 32-bit client is not required in order to use the
               GroupWise Plug-In for Outlook 98.

        After running the executable, the GroupWise Plug-In setup program will create a
        new MAPI profile named Novell Default Settings. The next time you start
        Outlook, you may see a GroupWise login dialog box. Enter your user ID,
        password, and mailbox location. Outlook will open and show all of your
        GroupWise folders and items.

Plug In Product Features

                                   ®
Because Outlook* and GroupWise are not identical products, it is impossible for all the features
to match up after installing the Plug-In. Therefore, some features may work differently or may not
work at all.

       E-mail: Full e-mail capabilities are supported.
       Personal Scheduling: Full personal appointments and tasks are supported.
       Group Scheduling: Group scheduling is partially supported. Task information such as
        Due Date and Status appears in two places: above the Message field and in the
        Message field. The valid information is in the Message field.
       Receiving an Appointment: Recipients of an appointment receive the appointment and
        can accept it.
       Receiving a Task in Outlook from an Outlook Sender: Recipients of a task receive a
        normal mail message in their Mailboxes.
       Receiving a Task in Outlook from a GroupWise Sender: Recipients of a task receive
        a task in their Mailboxes. When the recipient opens the task, it is automatically accepted
        and placed in the task list.
       Receiving a Task in GroupWise from an Outlook Sender: GroupWise recipients of a
        task receive a normal mail message with an embedded task.
       Recurring Appointments (Auto-Date): Recurring (auto-date) appointments are not
        supported.
       Notes: Notes in Outlook and GroupWise are slightly different from each other. With the
        Plug-In in Outlook, notes function as they normally would in Outlook. The message text of
        a note displays in the subject line of the note, and the subject text of the note does not
        display.
       Free/Busy: Free/Busy search is not supported.
       Journaling: Journaling is not supported. The Journal folder displays in the folder list, but
        Journaling should not be turned on.
       Contacts: Contacts are supported, with the exception of the Birthday and Anniversary
        fields.
       Sent Items: Without the Plug-In, Outlook places created items in the Out Box folder, and
        then moves them to the Sent Items folder once they are sent. With the Plug-In, all sent
        items in Outlook are placed in the Sent Items folder and the Out Box folder remains
        empty.
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      Distribution Lists (Groups): You can send items to distribution lists (groups) that are
       created in GroupWise, but you cannot create or edit distribution lists in Outlook.
      Rules: Rules that are created in GroupWise are supported. Rules that are created in
       Outlook are not supported.
      Find: Advanced find is not supported. Simple find (Tools > Find) is supported and is very
       fast.
      Folders: In GroupWise, folders can be arranged in the order you choose, but in Outlook
       they are arranged alphabetically. In Outlook with the Plug-In, they will display
       alphabetically. You can create personal folders to add to your folder list. Drafts and Work
       in Progress folders will both show draft messages, depending on whether you were using
       Outlook (Drafts) or GroupWise (Work in Progress) when you saved the draft. Shared
       folders and query folders are not supported. After Outlook and the Plug-In are installed,
       GroupWise will show three new folders: Drafts, Journal, and Notes. These should not be
       deleted.
      GroupWise Password: Outlook does not provide a way to set a password. If you would
       like a password for your GroupWise mailbox, you must set it in GroupWise.
      Remote: Remote is not supported in Outlook with the Plug-In. Install and use GroupWise
       Remote.
      Delegates (Proxy): Delegates is not supported.
      Archiving: Archiving as a feature is not supported. However, you can store items on
       your local drive if you add a Personal Folders information service to your Novell Default
       Settings profile. Double-click Mail in the Windows* Control Panel > click Show Profiles >
       select Novell Default Settings > click Add > follow the prompts to add the Personal
       Folders information service.
      Document Management: GroupWise document management is not available in
       Outlook.



For more information contact:

Robert Core MCNE, GWCNE
Senior Systems Engineer
Attache Group Inc.
630 Richmond Street, London, ON
1-800-747-3557 option 2 for service

Deborah Washburn
National Help Desk Team Leader
Attache Group Inc.
630 Richmond Street, London, ON
1-800-747-3557 option 2 for service




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