message. In this way a message can be created, secured, and sent as a part
of a DIFROM and the creator need never invoke a separate MailMan process.
Storing a message directly into a message offers the following advantages:
1. The message can be sent over the network faster. It is shorter.
2. The message can be secured.
3. The security is checked at installation.
4. The installation goes directly from the message into the INIT saving
steps for the installer.
NOTE: KIDS is the preferred method for transporting packages.
5. The installer need never be in programming mode since the install
does not require any direct mode code.
You cannot actually load an entire package through MailMan from MailMan.
This is an option given to the creator of a set of INITS for a package
during a DIFROM. This is a somewhat complex option, but the programmer
need only answer that s/he wants the set of information he is compiling
via a DIFROM to be loaded into a message. He or she will then be prompted
for a Subject for the message and asked whether or not to secure the