Coexistence Manager for GroupWise provides seamless coexistence between GroupWise, Office 365 and Exchange to ensure that your migration is invisible to end users and maintain business operations during the transition. The tool keeps users working and productive throughout the migration by:
Enables users to view availability and schedule meetings with other users, no matter where their mailboxes reside with free/busy lookups between GroupWise and Office 365, Exchange or hosted Exchange.
Synchronizes directories between GroupWise and Exchange so users on both platforms can view a unified list of users, groups and resources.
Ensures the accuracy of calendar appointments (including custom recurring meetings, re-schedulings and cancellations) that are sent between platforms.
Enables you control the operation of all installed components from one central location with real-time health and performance monitoring.
Delivers scalability and provides for load balancing and failover by enabling you to deploy multiple instances of Coexistence Manager for GroupWise.
Supports Mobile IT so you can receive and respond to alerts, monitor performance, and control collaboration services from your mobile devices.
For a complete list of system requirements, visit https://support.quest.com/coexistence-manager-for-groupwise/ .
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