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Administering GroupWise 5.5 Paperback – Bargain Price, March 20, 2000
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Build and troubleshoot GroupWise 5.5, Novells powerful and collaborative messaging system!
This complete reference will show you how to take full advantage of the numerous new features and enhancements of GroupWise 5.5, one of the most remarkable and powerful integrated messaging systems available for communication in todays business environment. All of these new features-- including increased document management capabilities, Internet addressing, calendar and scheduling options and updated security features--are covered in precise detail, providing administrators with all the critical information needed to successfully maintain GroupWise. Highly practical and hands-on, this guidebook addresses every aspect of installation, configuration, and system management and includes important coverage of day-to-day administration tasks and troubleshooting help not found elsewhere. For professionals working with GroupWise on a daily basis and wanting to get the most out of the latest features of this premier messaging system, this is the most thorough and up-to-date reference available. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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The "Move User" chapter is FANTASTIC. I've never seen a better discussion on the break points of the process, and the authors have put together a procedure that looks like it guarantees safe user moves.
For one thing, there are no pictures or graphic violence at all, unlike Schlock Mercenary. This work instead used a more professorial tone, and it made the book drag on.
I found the plot generally hard to follow, and am still not quite sure what went on. It can get rather dry at times, and it believe it was written for some niche market.
I don't know exactly how this fits into the Schlock Mercenary universe, but I think there's some loose connection. It's never made clear, I think Tayler wanted to keep it detached and ambiguous towards his majestic magnum opus, Schlock Mercenary, almost as if he himself were ashamed of it.
Overall, there are far better works of comic military science fiction out there.
Only regret is that it didn't come out when I started administering GroupWise systems. EXCELLENT