Groupwise


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Groupwise

(software, networking)
A workgroup application suite offering electronic mail and diary scheduling from Novell, Inc.. It can operate on a number of platforms.

Groupwise was previously known as WordPerfect Office, and is an extensible system suitable for LAN or WAN operation. Mail gateway software is available for a number of protocols including SMTP, allowing the exchange of mail with the Internet.
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GroupWise

Messaging and groupware software from Novell that provides a universal inbox for calendaring, group scheduling, task management, document sharing, workflow and threaded discussions. Whiteboards and application sharing are available through third-parties. GroupWise clients and servers run on all major platforms.

GroupWise supports a wide variety of mail systems as well as Novell's NDS directory. Text-to-speech and speech-to-wave files let mobile users hear and create email by telephone. Although entirely revamped, GroupWise stems back to WordPerfect Office, acquired by Novell in 1994.


The Universal Inbox
GroupWise provides a universal interface to a variety of collaboration functions that team members perform throughout the day. (Screen shot courtesy of Novell, Inc.)
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