[ngw] No subject purge

Thys de Beer thys at nwpg.gov.za
Tue Oct 5 05:59:52 UTC 2021

Good day all,

i just wanted to make sure the -- NOSUBJECTPURGE --  gwcheck option is still valid in GW18.3.1 , the TID  i found on this  on this is still for GW6 (http://support.novell.com/docs/Tids/Solutions/10077309.html) ..

I just feel real uncomfortable running this but i have an user (one of my many boss's) whose mobile...well i presume mobile (if not then must be the new gwweb) nevertheless has created thousands and thousands (73k) draft/ work in progress message in his mailbox ...first saw this when his mailbox caused the mobile server to complete fall behind with his mobility trying to sync then yet another 12k emails to GroupWise (removed him then from mobility temporally, but already he had 73k emails in his draft/ work in progress folder ..presume the rest already then synced up to GW .... .. i can only and hope it is mobile device that caused this ..he hasn't used his client for  along period ..and is only using mobility and gwweb ..so it must be one of the two..

Kind Regards,

Thys de Beer
NWPG: Office of the Premier
GITO: ICT Infrastructure
Deputy Dir: Server Administration
018 388 3828

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