Chris Shepherd

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How To Configure SQL Mail to Work With Groupwise

SQL Server excels in many areas, including the tight integration of it's internal SQLMail system with Outlook and Exchange. But if you want to use another mail system, SMTP, Lotus Notes, or Groupwise, you are left to your own resources to configure your system. Fortunately new author Chris Shepherd has taken time to dig in and document how to get SQL Server to work with Novell's Groupwise mail system. Read about his setup and troubleshooting tips.

2005-01-27

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