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standalone Novel messaging client?

standalone Novel messaging client?

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Can I install only the Novell messaging client on XP PRo so I can stay in touch with the Novell users on my Windows '03 domain at work?  I don't want the full blown NVGina and NOVEL authentication, network adapter/services stuff taking over.  I'm not required to be on my company's domain since I use many different 'tester' laptops for vulnerability assessments at client sites, but when I'm in the office working on one of my tester laptops I miss the Novell broadcast messages sent from other users.  To get those I have to fire up my standard company-imaged laptop. (its all I use it for really) Seems silly.

RE: standalone Novel messaging client?

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RE: standalone Novel messaging client?

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Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

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