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Migrator for GroupWise 4.7 - Administration Guide

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3: Specify Users for Update

This screen appears only if you have chosen, on screen #2: Select Operations, to perform GroupWise or Exchange administrative functions, or to Migrate users. Use the Browse button to locate and specify the user-list .csv file for this program run (or just type the path and filename into the text box), and click Next. This is the .csv file that you prepared in step 3 of the Batch Migration (per User Group) process (chapter 3 in the Migrator for GroupWise Scenarios Guide).

4: Select GroupWise Administrative Operations

This screen appears only if the GroupWise administrative functions option was marked on screen #2: Select Operations.

If that option was not marked, this screen (and several others) will not appear and you may skip ahead to screen #9: Select Exchange Administrative Operations. Otherwise:

Use this screen to specify which GroupWise administrative functions you want the program to perform, for users in the associated user-list .csv file:

Set forwarding from GroupWise to Exchange: Sets mail-forwarding rules in the users’ GroupWise mailboxes to forward mail to their Exchange mailboxes, and disables any existing rules in user mailboxes. The program will prompt you, in a later screen, for the server information it needs to set these mail-forwarding rules, and another screen will prompt you to specify any additional forwarding-related features you may want to apply.
Remove forwarding from GroupWise to Exchange: Deletes any migration-associated mail-forwarding rules in the users’ GroupWise mailboxes. (This is a selective operation, to delete only those rules associated with the migration, but not any other rules that may be set for a given mailbox.)
Set proxy in GroupWise: Select this checkbox to add a user to the proxy access list of the user(s) specified in the input user list (.csv file). This is the .csv file entered on the Specify Users for Update screen. Then, on the Specify GroupWise Login Information screen, specify a user under the Login method/Use proxy account fields. The user specified here will be added to the proxy access list.
Remove proxy from GroupWise: Select this checkbox to remove a user from the proxy access list of the user(s) specified in the input user list (.csv file). This is the .csv file entered on the Specify Users for Update screen. Then, on the Specify GroupWise Login Information screen, specify a user under the Login method/Use proxy account fields. The user specified here will be removed from the proxy access list.
Set user password in GroupWise: Tells the program to change users’ GroupWise passwords to new values (to be specified in a later screen in this program). Select this option only if you will use passwords to access GroupWise user data for the migration. (Leave this option unmarked if you will use the Trusted App or proxy-access method.)
Set user visibility in GroupWise: Lets you specify (in a later screen) the scope of users’ visibility in the GroupWise directory. User visibility determines whether the Quest CMG Directory Connector will synchronize the GroupWise account into AD.

5: GroupWise Forwarding Options

This screen appears only if the Set forwarding option was marked on screen #4: Select GroupWise Administrative Operations. This screen lets you set GroupWise-to-Exchange mail-forwarding rules and options for users in the specified user-list .csv file. Specify the options listed on this screen, and click Next.

Set forwarding rule to auto-decline/delete forwarded messages: Two checkboxes that determine whether GroupWise will auto-forward mes­sages to users’ Exchange addresses. This option is set independently for Mail items and Calendar items. Note that GroupWise sends an auto-decline reply to the originator of a meeting invitation if the invitation is forwarded elsewhere.
Set forwarding rule to purge messages: Two checkboxes that determine whether to delete a message from the GroupWise Inbox if it is auto-forwarded from GroupWise to Exchange. The option is set independently for Mail items and Calendar items.
Set rule to delete sent items: Two checkboxes that determine whether auto-forwarded messages should be deleted from the GroupWise Sent folders. The option is set independently for Mail items and Calendar items.
Set rule to forward junk mail: Tells forwarding server to forward junk mail to Exchange.
Add autoreply rule with forwarding rules: Tells forwarding server to automatically generate a standard reply to every message and meeting request received and forwarded. The Subject line and message body of the autoreply will be, respectively, the Autoreply subject and Autoreply text specified below.

6: Specify Source-to-Target Mail Forwarding Domain

This screen appears only if the Set forwarding option was marked on screen #4: Select GroupWise Administrative Operations. Enter the information the program needs to set forwarding rules in GroupWise mailboxes, and click Next.

Use the CSV field for forwarding: Use the drop-down list box to specify the column in your user-list .csv file that contains the preferred form for users’ target addresses. The program will form target-mailbox forwarding addresses by combining the names in this column with the target domain defined in the SMTP setting below.
Quest Directory Exporter automatically generates columns of data in the .csv file for these options in the drop-down list: TargetAddress, the GroupWise UserID, the Novell NdsUserName and the SearchKey2 column from your user-list .csv file. If you want to use some other addressing scheme, you must manually add a Forwarding- Address column and appropriate per-user values to the .csv file before this program run. The ForwardingAddress option will not appear in the list if no ForwardingAddress column occurs in the .csv file.
NOTE: To form the forwarding addresses with SearchKey2, you must first fill the column with the forwarding address usernames (The domain name is not required) in the user-list .csv file.
SMTP Domain: The domain name assigned to the Exchange server for the transition period of this migration. If you have assigned a temporary MX subdomain to the Exchange server for this purpose (in the Pre-Migration Preparations), enter that subdomain here. Otherwise, if you have assigned a new domain name to the Exchange server, enter the new domain name here.
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