Being engaged in more than one project is a regular phenomenon of workplaces nowadays. While working on different projects at your workplace, your personal schedule, company events may muddle up your GroupWise calendar. This issue can be settled by creating multiple, color-coded calendars in GroupWise 7. These calendars can be shared with your project team along with due dates without publishing your entire calendar.
GroupWise 7 has multiple calendar features that make it all a child’s play. Here are the steps how:
The Home View panel of GroupWise 7 offers a customizable view of information that you want to access quickly. The Home View utilizes panels that display information related to different sections.
By default the Home View displays calendar for the day, checklist items, unread messages and the QuickViewer on the right side of the window. Usually these panels so created are utilized as shortcuts to various features of the application as the panels so created display a variety of information that may include unread items to a summary calendar. A predefined list of panels is available; however a user can create their own set of custom panels.
This article is for Novell GroupWise users, who like to use a different signature every time they send an email. In GroupWise, users can easily design multiple HTML or textual signatures in just few steps. Following steps help you create signatures in GroupWise 7:
ESEUTIL is one Exchange tools that help in repairing corrupted or damaged Exchange Server. ESEUTIL is an inbuilt utility that ensures good health of the information store in an Exchange Server. Quite often, we come across corruption of MS Exchange Server, when access to mailboxes gets lost completely.
Eseutil.exe is a command line tool provided by Microsoft Corporation to let you fix the issues that occur in Exchange Server due to database corruption. However, you need to use various switches with the eseutil command in order to repair the damaged Exchange database file. The most common switch used to repair the damaged Exchange database with eseutil command is /p.
Sometimes, during the process of mounting a mailbox store or public folder store in MS Exchange Server 2000 or 2003, following error message appears on your computer screen:
An internal processing error has occurred. Try restarting the Exchange System Manager or the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service, or both.