|DESCRIPTION OF ENHANCEMENTS
MailMan Patch XM*7.1*31
The second line of the routine now looks like:
;;7.1;MailMan;**[patch list]**;Jun 02, 1994
Name Checksum Checksum Patch List
XMA1 10558704 9575986 31
XMA21 9603768 11321545 4,31
XMA210 1925522 1920955 31
NOIS: NAS-1295-30255 Routines: ^XMB1
XMA21G 10231186 9710102 31
XMA24 10412829 10721719 31
XMA5 11164486 11197080 31
XMA5A 14101090 14213526 31
XMAD2 2440129 2503657 31
XMB1 8922945 8930890 31
XMGAPI0 2337589 2451955 31
XMRENT 2314897 2303842 31
XMRPCTS 5007367 4760679 6,11,31
XMRPCTS0 5966846 6044236 6,12,31
XMRPCTSA 4903763 3483840 6,31
Later'd messages report will now appear even if ^'d out of prior option.
NOIS: BRX-0396-10222 Routines: ^XMAD2
Fixes error caused by Later'd messages becoming new after the user has
been deactivated and deleted from ^XMB(3.7.
NOIS: TOM-1195-41441 Routines: ^XMA21
Sender doesn't have to broadcast twice when forwarding.
NOIS: CMO-1195-40423 Routines: ^XMA24
Lets sender deselect ('-*') broadcast.
NOIS: FTM-1195-41507 Routines: ^XMA24
Ask sender for basket when sending to SHARED,MAIL, whether or not "ask
basket" is set to "yes".
NOIS: BRX-0496-11847 Routines: ^XMA5,^XMA5A
NOIS: GRJ-1094-50087 Routines: ^XMA21G
Make error message clearer by changing from "not found" to "mail group
NOIS: none Routines: ^XMA21,^XMA210
No Nois, refer to FORUM mail msg 19872177.
If user enters a number in response to 'send to:' prompt, and the DUZ is
not found in ^VA(200, MailMan will no longer try to use the number as an
IEN to pick out a mail name or remote user.
Fixes subscript error when QD'ing numeric recipients, such as those
NOIS: MWV-0396-21324 Routines: ^XMA21,^XMA21G
This concerns what happens when a user deselects an addressee (-name or
-g.group) at a 'send to:' prompt, after already broadcasting ('*').
If "-g.group", MailMan lets the user know that the message will still go
to all local users.
If "-name", MailMan checks to see if the "name" is already specified as a
recipient. If he is, then MailMan tells the user that the message will still
go to all local users. If he isn't, then MailMan just tells the user that
"name" is not found.
E3R: 8885 Routines: ^XMA21
Removes all SSN cross-references from the lookup at the 'Send to:' prompt.
This ensures that if the user enters a number, it cannot partial match (and
display) an SSN. Lookup on the ^VA(200 is now confined to the following
cross references: NAME(B), ALIAS(BB), INITIAL(C), NICK NAME(D)
NOIS: ALB-0596-50002 Routines: ^XMRENT
Prevents an error from occuring when the SENDER field (piece 4) of a message
NOIS: DAY-1096-41059 Routines: ^XMGAPI0
If a message subject is longer than 65 characters, it is truncated to the
first 250 characters.
NOIS: ANN-1096-41381 Routines: ^XMRPCTS0
Check to make sure a task is running, rather than just assuming it is.
NOIS: WPB-0894-30125 Routine: ^XMA1
The default message action for a message which is NEWed is IGNORE, even if
NOIS: DAY-0995-40521 Routines: ^XMA21
the site or the user has specified that the default message action is
DELETE. If a user deletes a message after NEWing it, the message will be
deleted. The default is changed only for the duration of your actions on
that particular message. When you get to the next message, your default is
whatever it is supposed to be.
This patch should be installed after hours, when user activity is at a
minimum. You should put the XMUSER Option out of order.
Removes phantom recipients when using XMY array during programmer calls
1. This routine is usually mapped on systems that allow mapping,
so you will need to disable mapping for the affected routine.
2. Use the 'INSTALL/CHECK MESSAGE' option on the PackMan menu. This
option will load the KIDS package onto your system.
3. The patch has now been loaded into a Transport global on your
system. You now need to use KIDS to install the Transport global.
4. On the KIDS menu, under the 'Installation' menu, use the following
to ^XMB(bulletin) or ^XMD(message).
Verify Checksums in Transport Global
Print Transport Global
Compare Transport Global to Current System
Backup a Transport Global
5. MSM Sites - Answer YES to the question 'Want to MOVE routines to
other CPUs?'. Enter the names of your Compute and Print server(s).
6. AXP Sites, after patch has installed, rebuild your map set.