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Wiki Webinars FAQ Advanced Search Forum PRODUCT RELATED DISCUSSIONS COLLABORATION GroupWise Version Independent Forums GW: Library GroupWise Error [D107], GroupWise Error  You can view the discussions, but you must login User is now receiving D107 error when GroupWise starts. Click the LOGIN link in the forum header to proceed. I can view the backup files and the attachements, however when I try to restore the files, I get a groupwise error that it cannot find the file. his comment is here
From the GW Client menu choose the Check Mailbox Size tool. 2. Want to contribute? A simple message does not contain any other messages. However, GWCheck will only follow/check the parent level of messages. https://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/tip/17539.html
This can bedownloaded from https://download.novell.com/patch/finder/ Additional Information The user receives a mail that has been forwarded. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. DisclaimerThis Support Knowledgebase provides a valuable tool for NetIQ/Novell/SUSE customers and parties interested in our products and solutions to acquire information, ideas and learn from one another. Solution 1.
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See our new home at SUSE.com Services & Support + Services Overview Help Yourself Knowledgebase Support Forums Documentation Product Support Lifecycle Let Us Help Open Service Request Maintenance and Support Plans The scenario discovered when this problem happens seems to be that after the original recipient has forwarded the mail, he either purged or archived the mail. Materials are provided for informational, personal or non-commercial use within your organization and are presented "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. When opening this mail, he gets a D107.
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Attached messages are not followed/checked due to many reasons, most importantly time and resources.If GWCheck were to follow each attached message which in turn may have one or more attached messages
By the time GWCheck were to follow each attached message and each sub-attached message etc, more data would be written to the GroupWise datastore and before GWCheck could finish, the results Look for an item in the whole account (received, sent, calendar) that is older then the date archiving is set for and delete it. Some of the most common known causes of corruption are (in no particular order) Server abends, Server power failures, Server hardware problems, nics, hard drives, memory etc.
For a message to be complete all of the parts must be present. after restarting the GroupWise client, the user is able to open the mail without an error. Often these missing records go unnoticed until the user attempts to open the missing message or the user is moved to another post office, runs Hit the Road or the Auto-Archive A GWCheck contents check on the user database will clean up many potential D107 errors.