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Migrator for GroupWise 4.7 - Program Parameters Reference Guide

Introduction Parameters for Administrator Components Parameters for the SSDM

gwdtapp.ini [ArchiveData] section

gwdtapp.ini [ArchiveData] MigrateCalData=<#>
Determines whether the program will migrate archived calendar data. MigrateCalData=0 tells the program to not migrate archived calendar data. By default (MigrateCalData=1), the program will migrate archived calendar data.
gwdtapp.ini [ArchiveData] MigrateJunkFolder=<#>
Determines whether the program will migrate the contents of the archived junk mail folder. MigrateJunkFolder=0 tells the program to not migrate the junk folder. By default (MigrateJunkFolder=1), the junk folder will be migrated.
gwdtapp.ini [ArchiveData] MigrateTrashFolder=<#>
MigrateTrashFolder=1 tells the program to migrate the trash folder if the Specify Data for Migration screen does not appear, or sets the associated checkbox in that screen to be marked by default. A value of 0 tells the program to not migrate the trash folder, or sets the associated checkbox to be unmarked by default. The most common use of this parameter is to provide the necessary entry value when the program is configured to hide the Specify Data screen. The SSDM chapter of the MFG Scenarios Guide (see Customizing the SSDM) explains how this parameter relates to other parameters used to customize the SSDM.

gwdtapp.ini [ErrorsToIgnore] section

gwdtapp.ini [ErrorsToIgnore] Error[#]=<[####-###-###-########]>
Each Error[#] parameter specifies a single particular runtime error that the program should ignore when documenting its activities and outcomes in its log file. Each parameter value:
The digit(s) appended to an Error[#] key name arbitrarily differentiate one parameter from another. Multiple Error[#] parameters need not appear in numerical order, need not form an uninterrupted numerical sequence, and need not begin at 0. But the program will read only Error[#] parameters whose differentiating digits are within the range 0-99 inclusive.

gwdtapp.ini [ErrorsToWarn] section

gwdtapp.ini [ErrorsToWarn] Error[#]=<[####-###-###-########]>
Each Error[#] parameter specifies a single particular runtime error that the program should change to a warning when documenting its activities and outcomes in its log file. Each parameter value:
The digit(s) appended to an Error[#] key name arbitrarily differentiate one parameter from another. Multiple Error[#] parameters need not appear in numerical order, need not form an uninterrupted numerical sequence, and need not begin at 0. But the program will read only Error[#] parameters whose differentiating digits are within the range 0–99 inclusive.

gwdtapp.ini [Exchange] section

gwdtapp.ini [Exchange] ArchiveResolveAttendees=<#>
gwdtapp.ini [Exchange] AuthMechanismType=<keyword>
gwdtapp.ini [Exchange] DeleteAutocompleteMessages=<#>
Determines whether the SSDM will delete the IPM.Configuration.Autocompletion message from the Inbox at the end of a data migration run. For example:
gwdtapp.ini [Exchange] DoGALLookupRetry=<#>
Determines whether the SSDM will skip MAPI retries for GAL lookups. Ordinarily in a GAL lookup the migration app will use the Exchange entry if it is found. If the lookup returns no_such_user the app will simply add it to the migrated item as a "one-off" SMTP address rather than a link to the target account. However, if the initial call returns any error, the app will retry (repeat the call). In some environments, the retry process can be time-consuming. In these instances, DoGALLookupRetry=0 can be used to skip the retry. For example:
gwdtapp.ini [Exchange] MAPIErrorsToRetry=<########>
One of three parameters that together let you configure the SSDM to retry MAPI calls that return MAPI errors typically caused by network latency issues and/or poor bandwidth. MAPIErrorsToRetry is used in conjunction with the MessageRetryCount and MAPIRetryWait parameters (also in this [Exchange] section): The program will retry the call if its preceding attempt returns any of the error codes specified by the MAPIErrorsToRetry parameter, at intervals specified (in seconds) by MAPIRetryWait, as long as the number of prior retries does not exceed the MessageRetryCount value. ("Retries" do not include the first, original attempt.)
gwdtapp.ini [Exchange] MAPIRetryWait=<##>
One of three parameters that together let you configure the SSDM to retry MAPI calls that return MAPI errors typically caused by network latency issues and/or poor bandwidth. MAPIRetryWait is used with the MessageRetryCount and MAPIErrorsToRetry parameters (also in this [Exchange] section): The program will retry the call if its preceding attempt returns any of the error codes specified by the MAPI­ErrorsToRetry parameter, at intervals specified (in seconds) by MAPIRetryWait, as long as the number of prior retries does not exceed the MessageRetryCount value. ("Retries" do not include the first attempt.)
One of three parameters that together let you configure the SSDM to retry MAPI calls that return MAPI errors typically caused by network latency issues and/or poor bandwidth. MessageRetryCount is used in conjunction with the MessageRetryWait and MAPIErrorsToRetry parameters (also in this [Exchange] section): The program will retry the call if its preceding attempt returns any of the error codes specified by the MAPIErrorsToRetry parameter, at intervals specified (in seconds) by MAPIRetryWait, as long as the number of prior retries does not exceed the MessageRetryCount value. ("Retries" do not include the first, original attempt.)
gwdtapp.ini [Exchange] RemigrateMode=<#>
0 = always replace: deletes the Exchange copy of the item and then remigrate it from GroupWise.
1 = never replace: the source item in GroupWise will not be migrated, leaving the previously migrated copy unupdated in Exchange.
2 = replace on change: replaces a previously migrated message only if the message on the source has been changed since the time of migration.
gwdtapp.ini [Exchange] ServerMailResolveAttendees=<#>
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