[ngw] next release of GW
charlest at gwava.com
Wed Apr 14 17:53:06 UTC 2010
GWAVA's commitment to the GroupWise roadmap is second to none. Although
most of our products no longer need to be deployed directly on the
GroupWise server, many of them continue to offer that option. For
example, GWAVA 4.5 can be deployed as a SMTP proxy on a 32-bit server
separately from a potentially 64-bit Ascot server (and not be impacted
by the new 64-bit requirement), but could also be deployed as a MTA
scanner directly on the GroupWise server (and would be impacted by the
new requirement). Consequently, you can expect 64-bit versions of those
products in time for Ascot's release.
ct at gwava.com
>>> "Mary Matthews" <mlm23 at calvin.edu> 4/14/2010 >>>
Uh-oh, wonder how it affects GWAVA 4?
>>> "Alan Bens" <ABENS at go-metro.com> 4/14/2010 8:23 AM >>>
Well when we put in our first SLES OES 2 box I put it in as 64. This
running one of my 4 post office. The problem is that simple things
don't function under 64bit and Novell has already said they aren't
going to fix
it. So we'll have to dump products like GWAVA Redline
Alan D. Bens, CNA, RLE, GCE
SORTA/Metro, System Administrator
602 Main. St
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
abens at go-metro.com
>>> On 4/13/2010 at 8:50 AM, "Michael Glenn" <MGlenn at cco.state.oh.us>
>>> "Simon Shilton" <Simon.Shilton at acustica.co.uk> 04/13/2010 08:44
yup, same here, but I did it last week on OES2sp2 32 bit :-(
>>> On 13 April 2010 at 13:39, in message
<z2vbdc473351004130539mcf6aaac9h80a79f8a914aaf66 at mail.gmail.com>,
Zanre <dzanre.ngwlist at gmail.com> wrote:
Personally my only annoyance in this is that I rebuilt my own GW system
January and left it at 32 bit SLES 11. So now I'll have to redo it
On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 4:25 AM, Neil Stansbury
<neil.stansbury at redbacksystems.com> wrote:
> Ascot will be 64-bit ONLY. We are talking about servers/agents.
This is also great and IMO shows Novell's long term commitment to GW.
Keep in touch!
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