[ngw] Groupwise Messenger 18 - No Login

Rand Babcock randbabcock at gmail.com
Thu Oct 18 16:53:38 UTC 2018


Also, take a look at the various utilities in /opt/novell/messenger/bin.
In particular, chkconfig may be of use...

Rand

On Thu, Oct 18, 2018 at 9:45 AM James Taylor <James.Taylor at eastcobbgroup.com>
wrote:

> My experience is that most messenger authentication issues are down to
> cert problems.
> One thing that is not obvious is that if the cert name doesn't match the
> dns name of the  groupwise address you connect to from messenger, it will
> fail.
> It is a bit frustrating to troubleshoot if you are not familiar with cert
> troubleshooting tools.
> You may have more info in the logs, but some of it just trial and error.
>
> One other kind of gotcha...
> Even though the ldap cert is configured in the domain, it is actually
> associated with the gwadmin service. If you make any changes in the ldap
> config, you need to restart the gwadmin service, and probably the mta, too.
>
> -jt
>
>
>
> James Taylor
> 678-697-9420
> james.taylor at eastcobbgroup.com
>
>
>
> >>> Mahesh Gokhale <gokhale.mahesh at gmail.com> 10/18/2018 11:27 AM >>>
> Hi ,
> I have recently installed GroupWise 2018 Messenger ; GroupWise Primary
> Domain MTA is configured for the LDAP. I am able to add users in Messenger
> from Primary domain postoffice. " When Users from post office tried login
> to the Messenger it could not auhenticate."  if i create local user in
> messenger they are able to login.
>
> I have configured GroupWise MTA as my LDAP resource.
>
> I am not able to find much info regarding the same on Novell/Microfocus
> Site.
>
> With Kind Regards,
>
> Mahesh Gokhale
> +91 98231 44707
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