Create and Configure the API
Gateway for GroupWise 5.x
Using NetWare Administrator, create the gateway in the GroupWise
domain that you are connecting to with Connector for Novell
In NetWare Administrator, on the Tools menu, click
Select the GroupWise domain that is connecting to Exchange. On
the Object menu, click Create.
Click GroupWise Gateway Internet Agent.
In Create GroupWise Gateway/Internet Agent, click
Gateway. Be sure Internet Agent is canceled.
Note This property page is
referred to as Create GroupWise Gateway in GroupWise
versions 5.0 and 5.1.
Type a Gateway Name that is unique within the GroupWise
domain (for example, type "API").
In Gateway Home Directory, type the name of the
directory where gateway files are installed.
Be sure that Time Zone is set to the same time zone used
by the Exchange server that runs the GroupWise connector.
In Database Version, click 4.x. (This refers to
the Gateway version.)
In Platform, click NetWare Loadable Module.
In Gateway Type, click API.
Click Define additional properties, and then click
Create. This opens the GroupWise Gateway/Internet
Agent property page.
Click Optional Gateway Settings.
In Directory Sync/Exchange, click Exchange. This
means that GroupWise will wait until prompted to send a directory
update to Exchange.
In Convert Status to Messages, click Yes. If you
don't, Exchange will not receive status messages such as delivery
In Outbound Status Level, click Full.
Click Required Parameters.
Change the root directory paths in the Gateway File
Paths section to absolute paths, in the form Server
name/Volume:\Path. You can find the UNC path to the
Gateway on the Information property page. The default paths
are drive paths that are relative to the GroupWise client.
In Addressing Format, click Component.
Click Gateway Time Settings.
In Idle Sleep Duration, select a value of 5 seconds or
less. (1 second is preferred). This will reduce the time taken by
free or busy queries, and directory synchronization.