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Migrator for GroupWise 4.7 - Administration Guide

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Addproxy.ini specifications

The addproxy.ini file is a text file containing parameters that govern how the AddProxy program will run. Use a text editor to edit the parameters in this file to suit your circumstances and preferences. The file contents format is:

addproxy.ini required parameters

User: Internet address of the administrative user who will be authorized (by proxy) to access users’ archives and/or mailboxes during migration.
UserGroupWiseAddr: The GroupWise address of the User specified above. The format is userid.postoffice.domain. This parameter is required if AllowSearch=0 (below).
Force: Determines whether the AddProxy program will attempt to update a user’s proxy settings more than once. If set to "0" (the default), the program will update a user’s proxy settings only once. If set to "1," the program will update a user's proxy settings every time it runs. The default setting "0" will normally be appropriate.
AllowSearch: Determines whether the AddProxy program will search the system address book for addresses. In some situations, system address book searches do not work correctly. In such cases, this parameter can be set to "0" and UserGroupWiseAddr can be specified to allow the addproxy program to function without system address book searches. The default value is AllowSearch=1.
SuccessLog: Specifies the name and location of a .csv file to which successful proxy updates will be logged. The value must be specified as a full UNC path, including the file name, that is valid and writeable from every desktop where AddProxy will run. If this parameter is omitted or not specified, no success log will be written.
FailureLog: Specifies the name and location of a .csv file to which failed proxy updates will be logged. The value must be specified as a full UNC path, including the file name, that is valid and writeable from every desktop where AddProxy will run. If this parameter is omitted or not specified, no failure log will be written.
AllowAdd=1: Do not edit this parameter unless you are manually granting proxy rights to the administrator and using AddProxy to modify the proxy rights for migration. (This is explained above under AddProxy prerequisites.)

addproxy.ini optional parameters

PiggyBack: Specifies whether the program should wait for the user to login to GroupWise or immediately prompt the user for a userid and password. The two valid values are:
PiggyBack=0: Prompt immediately for userid and password if the user is not already logged into GroupWise.
PiggyBack=1 (default): Do not prompt for userid and password. (Wait for the user to log into GroupWise.)
PiggyBackRetry: Specifies how long (in seconds) to wait between checks if AddProxy is waiting for the user to log into GroupWise (parameter is ignored if PiggyBack=0). The default value is 15.
PiggyBackTimeout: Specifies the total time (in seconds) to wait for the user to login to GroupWise before exiting (parameter is ignored if PiggyBack=0). The value "0" tells the program to wait indefinitely. The default value is 7200.
Rights: Specifies the list of rights to grant to the administrative user. You may specify two or more rights by listing them with a space between each pair, as in:
The default is Rights=all. Other valid values are:
all: All rights.
read: Includes readAppointments, readMailAndPhone, readNotes , and readTasks.
write: Includes writeAppointments, writeMailAndPhone, writeNotes, writeTasks.
alarms: Allows access to alarms.
archive: Allows access to the archive.
notifs: Allows access to notifications.
private: Allows access to items marked as private.
settings: Allows access to Preferences, Rules, and Groups.
readAppointments: Allows read access to appointments.
readMailAndPhone: Allows read access to mail messages and phone messages.
readNotes: Allows read access to reminder notes.
readTasks: Allows read access to tasks.
writeAppointments: Allows write access to appointments.
writeMailAndPhone: Allows write access to mail messages and phone messages.
writeNotes: Allows write access to reminder notes.
writeTasks: Allows write access to tasks.
none: No rights.

 

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