Hello! I'm trying to get the latest GAIM working with GroupWise
Messenger 2.0.1 on a Netware OES 6.5.5 system.

Background: GWM is working great for internal users, with the GWM
client. Client sessions, when "chatting," have a padlock in them, so
the communication is secure.

SSL is enabled on the GWMA (messenger agent). Here's the "agent
configuration" screen from the web console:

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Agent Configuration
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General
Object DN: .MessagingAgent.THOMASSERVER.MessengerService.oah
Parent DN: .THOMASSERVER.MessengerService.oah
Description:
Version: 2.0.1
IP/DNS Address: 156.56.25.3
Bind to IP/DNS Address: Disabled
Port: 8300
Work Path: THOMAS/sys:\Novell\NM\temp
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Security
Use SSL: Enabled
SSL Certificate Path: THOMAS/sys:\Novell\NM\certs
SSL Certificate File: THOMAS/SYS:\Novell\NM\certs\Msrg_crt.b64
SSL Key File: THOMAS/SYS:\Novell\NM\certs\Msgr_key.key
Use SNMP: Enabled
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Event Log
Log to disk: Enabled
Log Level: Normal
Log Max Age: 14
Log Max Size: 128
Log Path: THOMAS/sys:\Novell\NM\ma\logs
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Web Console
WebConsole Port: 8314
WebConsole SSL: Enabled

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However, getting GAIM to "talk" to my server has been problematic.

When creating the "account" in GAIM, I provide a fully qualified
username (.user.ou.o) and password, the under the 'advanced' tab, I
enter the server's IP address and leave the server port to 8300. "No
Proxy" is set to "proxy type".

When I click "enable" and try connecting, I get a GAIM error:
"{.user.ou.o} diconnected. Error communicating with the server. Closing
connection."

Same is true when changing the username to just {user}.

I'm apparently not even reaching the agent, as there is nothing
nutritious in the agent eventlog showing my attempts to connect.

Any ideas on what's going on?

Thanks! --Michael