opportunity to queue (i.e., [LATER]) the message for delivery to that group at
a later date and time (background processing). Thus, you don't have to wait
while all members of the mail group are added to the recipient list (i.e., you
avoid the 'dots of death') and you are not prevented from taking other actions.
Addressing a message to a 'small-' or 'medium-sized' mail group is processed in
the foreground as usual. Also, if you choose to 'Later' a message to a 'large'
mail group, you will not be able to remove (minus) members from the group
before sending the message.
When addressing messages to mail groups, mail groups can be classified as
'large' (site-specified) and processed differently from 'small-' to
'medium-sized' mail groups. A mail group may be considered 'large' when it has
a large number of local and remote members, member groups, or distribution
lists (nationwide mail groups). IRM sets the number used to indicate when a
mail group is considered 'large' (i.e., [BIG GROUP SIZE] field).
If you address a message to a 'large' mail group, MailMan gives you the