Before migrating Novell GroupWise mailboxes to Microsoft Exchange Server, each user must grant proxy access to the Novell GroupWise account used to perform migration. Each user can set the correct proxy access rights manually or by using the sample proxy access macro included with Microsoft Exchange Server.
The following instructions describe how to set up proxy access rights on a Novell GroupWise client.
You can simplify this task for your users by sending them a macro that they can run to grant the required proxy access. A sample macro is included on the Microsoft Exchange Server compact disc in the Migrate\Tools\Gwise directory.
If you encounter problems using a macro to set proxy access, see your Novell GroupWise documentation or contact Novell GroupWise technical support.
Before you send the Proxy macro to your users, you must perform the following tasks.
If you want to receive confirmation messages after each user has run the macro, perform the following tasks. Confirmation messages are optional.
To receive proxy macro confirmation messages
The following is the text of the sample proxy access macro included with Microsoft Exchange Server.
//Sample GroupWise macro to add the migration user account to each user's proxy access list
// Migration user account to be granted proxy access rights
// User to receive confirmation messages (optional)
// Subject line for the confirmation message (optional)
//vConfirmationMsgSubject:="Proxy Access Macro has been run"
//Sendkeys sequence; use a single SENDKEYS command only. The vUser variable is made part of the vAddUserSequence variable.
// This "SendMail" command sends the confirmation message. If you wish to send a confirmation message you must remove the "//" characters at the start of the "vAdminID", "vConfirmationMsgSubject" and "SendMail" lines. (optional)
// SendMail(To: vAdminId; Subject: vConfirmationMsgSubject;)
To use the proxy access macro to set correct proxy access rights on mailboxes, perform the following steps.
To run the proxy macro