However, the information provided in this document is for your information only. The machine might have been exited while connections were active. See Using Client/Server Access to the Post Office in Post Office Agent in the GroupWise 2012 Administration Guide. Action: See 8901 Cannot use TCP/IP services. 8908 Cannot connect to specified address Source: GroupWise engine; TCP/IP communication.
Action: See Dxxx Unexpected error. Action: Make sure that all routers are running. Action: Make sure that GMS is using port 8191. For this type of failed stuck move in the Administration portion of the move, the user normally is still a member of the source post office from the perspective of it's
Explanation: An agent that is configured for TCP/IP attempted to contact another agent and no route could be found on the network to contact the specified host. Possible Cause: TCP/IP services couldn’t be used. D101 User not found Source: GroupWise engine; database interface.
In ConsoleOne, click the domain where the GWIA is installed. Action: Obtain a new certificate file for one of the servers. Action: Check the post office link set up for the GWIA. This can now be downloaded from Novell.com/Downloads and at the time of this writing was known by IDM 3.6.0/3.5.1 GroupWise Driver Version 3.5.3 Patch 2. (A version by this name or
Action: Obtain usable files. District 109 Explanation: Connection was broken while in use. Please exit and restart GroupWise."ERROR: D109D109 error when sending mails in filtered mode Resolution Upgrade to latest version of GroupWise 7 Additional Information Steps to Duplicate:Login as user using GroupWise ClientGo https://forums.novell.com/showthread.php/466767-D109-Bad-Parameter-Type-of-message-DOWNLOADED-status Explanation: The GroupWise agent cannot locate the specified IP address to set up an exclusive bind on it.
D107 Record not found Source: GroupWise engine; database interface. If the MTA is restarting, the message transfer status should change to Open after the restart is completed. 8913 Cannot write on connection; timed out Source: GroupWise engine; TCP/IP communication. Materials are provided for informational, personal or non-commercial use within your organization and are presented "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. D10A Unexpected error Source: GroupWise engine; database interface.
fix Fix a D109 error: 1. click for more info In that case, find the post office in To: line. D109 Deerfield Correct the information as needed. Possible Cause: The GroupWise client cannot establish a TCP/IP connection with the POA.
It'salways possible that this will not fix the issue, but you would not beablePost by Danita Zanreto get Novell to look at it in a support incident at that version of Explanation: A GroupWise agent cannot establish an SSL connection because the SSL certificate file and the public key file cannot be used together. Possible Cause: Too many programs are currently running on the server. Select the correct user in the pop-up list, or use the Address Book to find the user.
See Synchronizing Individual Users or Resources in Databases in the GroupWise 2012 Administration Guide. is theresomething else to look at regarding this error?Not really - as if you phone Novell for a support call, they will insistthat you be updated to a more current client. Can you update one PC where ausers experiences this a lot and see if it helps? Novell is now a part of Micro Focus Home Micro Focus Home Skip to Content Knowledgebase FAQ Register Your Product Support Handbook My Favorites My Favorites Close Please
Possible Cause: Unable to load TCP/IP services because one or more of the required files is missing: winsock.dll, wsoc32.dll, or tcpip.nlm. Action: Log in to the tree rather than to a specific server. Results 1 to 8 of 8 Thread: D109 - Bad Parameter.
Explanation: Record not found. Action: Determine what the correct IP address should be. 8918 UDP send failed Source: GroupWise engine; TCP/IP communication. See Creating GroupWise Accounts for eDirectory Users in Users in the GroupWise 2012 Administration Guide. One would think thatfixing a problem trumps a current project list ;-)Ted Kumsherupdating the client is not on our current project lists.
When you do this, the current primary domain is demoted to a secondary domain. Action: Check the GroupWise user information in ConsoleOne. You can search the Novell Support Knowledgebase to locate additional solutions documented by Novell Support as specific customer issues have been resolved. Possible Cause: Check the user login name on the station where the error occurs.
TCP/IP services will continue to try to read the data. Action: Run GWCheck.