To play a script, select the option 'Play a script'. You'll be asked to
select the domain and the transmission script (if there's more than one). If
a task is already scheduled to transmit to that domain, you'll be given the
opportunity to cancel the task. If a task is already actively transmitting
to that domain, the script will not play. If there's problems connecting
using the IP address, you'll observe how MailMan calls the DNS to retrieve
another IP address, and immediately tries it.
If you want to have total control and immediate gratification, you can play
a script to a domain to transmit any messages in its queue and, if the TURN
command is not [DISABLED], retrieve any messages from that domain which are
waiting to be transmitted to this one. If there's any problem, you'll see
it happening. You'll see every single interaction between the sites,
including the message transmissions, in excruciating detail. It doesn't
matter what the [FLAGS] field in the Domain file indicates - as long as there's
an entry in the [TRANSMISSION SCRIPT] multiple, you'll be able to play a script.