Originally, Google made an announcement the Divide Productivity app would be removed on June 30, 2017, but later revised the date to November 30, 2017. Due to this fact, Pulse Secure has revised this article.
Pulse Workspace supports enterprise app configurations for Google Gmail and Calendar apps. Pulse Secure strongly recommends to replace Divide Productivity app with Google Gmail and Calendar apps prior to November 30, 2017.
For Google's migration recommendation to Gmail, please refer to End of Life for the Divide Productivity app
Configuration Gmail with managed configuration with Pulse Workspace
Google Gmail and Calendar apps implemented managed configurations to enable a smooth setup in enterprises.
- Login to the Pulse Workspace console
- From the top menu, click Workspaces > App Catalog
- From the App Catalog menu, click Add App
- From Select a Platform, select Android
- In the Search Term field, enter Gmail
- Hit the enter key
- From the list of search results, select Gmail
- Click Next>
- Ensure Required checkbox is checked
- Click Next>
- Under App Configuration, set the appropriate macros (more information below)
- Click Approve
- Click Add
The list of available app macros is shown in the table below. Administrators should use these macros while configuring the apps.
Uninstalling Divide Productivity AppNote
|<ACTIVESYNC_EMAIL>||The user's email address. This is calculated based on whether or not a custom email format is specified or whether or not a constructed UPN should be used. Otherwise, the user's workspace email is used.|
|<ACTIVESYNC_HOST>||The host portion of the activesync server for this user's policy.|
|<ACTIVESYNC_HOST_PORT>||The host and port of the activesync server for this user's policy.|
|<ACTIVESYNC_PASSWORD_TOKEN>||The user's password token for an activesync profile. This is generated by Pulse Workspace.|
|<ACTIVESYNC_PORT>||The port portion of the activesync server for this user's policy.|
|<ACTIVESYNC_USERNAME>||The user's email username. This is calculated based on whether or not a constructed UPN is being used, whether Pulse One is being used for activesync validation, or whether Pulse One is being used as an activesync proxy.|
|<APP_VPN_PACKAGES>||The list of packages associated with this user's policy that require some form of VPN access.|
|<DEVICE_ACTIVESYNC_ID>||The activesync device id for this user's device.|
|<USER_DISPLAY_NAME>||The user's display name.|
|<USER_USERNAME>||The user's VPN username. This comes from the user's username in the console.|
|<USER_WORKSPACE_EMAIL>||The user's VPN email. This comes from the user's workspace email.|
: On some devices like Samsung S8, Divide app can be uninstalled by navigating to Workprofile -> Playstore
. The app can also be uninstalled by navigating to Device Settings -> Application Manager.