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I am using GAMLN to migrate Lotus Notes mail to Google Apps.

There are some help forums at Google, but I would like to know if one of the sites at Stack Exchange would be a platform to discuss issues with GAMLN? And if so, what site should I use?

For the Google API's the site is Stack Overflow, but that does not seem the right place to discuss issues about GAMLN.


The sort of issues I would like to discuss are, for example a migration that just does not start, no info in the logs, no feedback why it is not starting.

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Depends on the sort of question you want to ask. –  Mat Dec 20 '12 at 20:01
    
Good point :-) In this case it is a migration that just does not start, no info in the logs, no clue why it is not starting. There are also questions I can probably answer, issues that occur in a migration but cannot be found in the documentation. –  Jasper Duizendstra Dec 20 '12 at 20:03
    
That sounds more like a support question - i.e. a bug filed with the vendor type of situation. If there are questions related to gamln on ServerFault though, that sounds like the more likely venue. –  Mat Dec 20 '12 at 20:29
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A well-written question about this could be okay on Server Fault.

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Since GAMLN is related to Google Apps, I would suggest http://webapps.stackexchange.com/

BUT: I'm not entirely sure--I'm not an avid user there. You may want to test your question against their faq first.

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I don't think this would get much traction at Web Applications. That site is very much geared toward consumer products. Not that there aren't Google Apps questions there, of course. I'm not saying it's off-topic, but it may be a little too niche. –  Al E. Dec 21 '12 at 14:08
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