[ngw] GWMessenger on SLES 11?

Rand Babcock randbabcock at gmail.com
Wed Apr 21 17:31:53 UTC 2010

2.1 should be soon.  May?  June?  Not set in stone yet.

No idea on the GW SP release date, sorry.


On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 6:49 PM, Holly Newman <Holly.Newman at kjmail.com>wrote:

>  Thanks, Rand. Any timeframe for release?  And while we're at it, do we
> have a date for the next SP for GW8?
> Holly
> >>> Rand Babcock <randbabcock at gmail.com> 04/20/2010 4:59 PM >>>
> Michael, I can't speak to your SSO question, but Tracy Smith
> trsmith at novell.com is the PM in charge of Messenger direction, and he can
> probably field that question.
> Holly, the major new feature with 2.1 is integration with Novell
> Conferencing. However, we've also taken a number of bug fixes and made some
> changes to 'play nice' on newer Windows machines (both client and server).
> Rand
> On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 5:31 PM, Michael Mollard <MollardM at mbc.qld.edu.au>wrote:
>>  We run GW8sp1 clients on WinXP, and a few staff also run GW Messenger.
>> One reason we haven't deployed Messenger more widely is that it seems to
>> exist in it's own world, authentication wise. GW Client will 'trust' the
>> Novell Client login, and start without prompting for credentials. But
>> Messenger always prompts. Since we have staff roaming and not many have
>> one-to-one desktops, we don't want them to 'remember' their passwords on
>> desktops. Because of the annoying prompts, people have generally chosen not
>> to use the product.
>>  Does anyone know if Messenger will get some sort of SSO in future?
>>  Just curious.
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