[ngw] Messenger 3.0 & GMS 2.1 released
Thys de Beer
thys at nwpg.gov.za
Thu Feb 26 13:14:37 UTC 2015
Ok so while rolling-out the v3, can v2 still be running, and "new" users connect to new one, just few days, onces all are fine on new one old users move to new?.. dont shoot !
Thys de Beer
NWPG Office of the Premier
Deputy Dir: Server Administration
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>>> Rand Babcock <randbabcock at gmail.com> 2015-02-24 06:48 PM >>>
1) Whatever is easiest. The load from ~70 users is negligible. Firing up
a new VM, installing Messenger and pointing it to existing eDir objects is
straightforward. An in place upgrade also works.
2) No port conflicts out of the box. 8300 is the default, but you can set
it to whatever.
3) Messenger uses a single port for client access, so no additional ports
One thing worth mentioning is that all Messenger mobile clients require
that the MA is configured for SSL. If you're using a self-signed
certificate, users will be prompted with a warning to that effect. In
addition, please read over the section on Push Notification in the doc (if
you've got iOS users).
On Tue, Feb 24, 2015 at 8:47 AM, Daniel Wells <Daniel.Wells at mhtn.com> wrote:
> I have been looking forward to this release for the mobile client. I do
> have some questions though. We are a small shop (70 users) and currently
> have Messenger 2.2 running on our GroupWise (GW 2014 sp1 running on
> virtualized OES 11 sp2) server. With the release of Messenger 3.0 and the
> advent of the messenger mobile clients, we will probably want Messenger
> accessible from outside the corporate network.
> I have a series of questions:
> 1. Would it be better to migrate to a new server /VM?
> 2. Will there be any port conflicts between web access and Messenger?
> 3. Are any ports in addition to 8300 need to be opened in the firewall for
> external mobile clients to access the messenger server?
> Thanks in advance!
> >>> Joseph Marton <jmmarton at gmail.com> 2/18/2015 6:35 AM >>>
> In case you missed it, both Messenger 3.0 & GMS 2.1 were released
> Messenger 3.0 download
> GMS 2.1 download
> The Messenger mobile apps should be available in their respective app
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