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Global: ^XMB(3.7

Package: MailMan

Global: ^XMB(3.7


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FileMan FileNo FileMan Filename Package
3.7 MAILBOX MailMan

Description

Directly Accessed By Routines, Total: 116

Package Total Routines
MailMan 98 BASKET    FILTER    FORWARD TO    MESSAGE    SURROGATE    XM    XM NEXT SEQUENCE NUMBER    XMA1B
XMA21C    XMA3    XMA30    XMA32A    XMAH1    XMAI2    XMAPHOST    XMBGRP
XMCQ    XMCQA    XMCX    XMD    XMDIRSND    XMGAPI2    XMGAPI4    XMHIG
XMHIU    XMJBL    XMJBM    XMJBM1    XMJBN    XMJBN1    XMJBU    XMJMD
XMJMFA    XMJMFB    XMJMFC    XMJML    XMJMLN    XMJMLR    XMJMOI    XMJMOI1
XMJMOR    XMJMORX    XMJMORX1    XMJMP    XMJMP1    XMJMR    XMJMS    XMKP
XMR    XMR3A    XMRPCTS0    XMRPOP    XMRTCP    XMS    XMS3    XMTDF
XMTDL    XMTDL1    XMTDL2    XMTDT    XMUDCHR    XMUDNC    XMUPIN    XMUT1
XMUT4    XMUT41    XMUT4A    XMUT5B    XMUT7    XMUTERM1    XMUTERM2    XMVGRP
XMVSURR    XMVVITA    XMVVITAE    XMXADDR    XMXADDR1    XMXADDRG    XMXBSKT    XMXEDIT
XMXGRP    XMXLIST    XMXLIST1    XMXLIST2    XMXMBOX    XMXMSGS    XMXMSGS1    XMXMSGS2
XMXPARM    XMXPARM1    XMXPRT    XMXSEC    XMXSEC1    XMXSEC3    XMXUTIL    XMXUTIL2
XMYPRE    ^XMB(3.7    
Kernel 6 %ZOSV    XQALDEL    XUP    XUS2    XUSERBLK    XUSTERM    
Network Health Exchange 4 AFJXMABX    AFJXPNHX    AFJXVER    AFJXWCPM    
Lab Service 1 LRRMM    
National Online Information Sharing 1 FSCRPCGN    
Radiology Nuclear Medicine 1 RARTST    

Accessed By FileMan Db Calls, Total: 7

Package Total Routines
MailMan 5 XM    XMA3    XMUTERM2    XMVVITA    XMXADDR1    
Lab Service 1 LRRMM    
Outpatient Pharmacy 1 PSOTPCLW    

Pointer To FileMan Files, Total: 2

Package Total FileMan Files
Kernel 1 NEW PERSON(#200)[.013.2#3.703(.01)]
MailMan 1 MESSAGE(#3.9)[57#3.702(.01)]

Fields, Total: 39

Field # Name Loc Type Details
.001 NUMBER NUMBER

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>1000000)!(X<1)!(X?.E1"."1N.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  APR 22, 2002
  • HELP-PROMPT:  TYPE A WHOLE NUMBER BETWEEN 1 AND 1000000
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This number is used internally to match mailboxes to users in the NEW PERSON file.  It is not seen by users.  Postmaster has been given the special number of .5.
    UNEDITABLE
.01 NAME 0;1 POINTER TO NEW PERSON FILE (#200)
************************REQUIRED FIELD************************
NEW PERSON(#200)

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S DINUM=+X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 03, 1985
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is the name of the user who has this mail box.
    UNEDITABLE
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  3.7^B
    1)= S ^XMB(3.7,"B",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^XMB(3.7,"B",$E(X,1,30),DA)
.3 MAIL NAME .3;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:X[""""!($A(X)=45) X I $D(X) K:$L(X)>30!($L(X)<3) X I $D(X) D MNAME^XMA21C
  • LAST EDITED:  NOV 27, 1992
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer with a name that will be used for your return address on messages sent to other sites.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This is a name that the user assigns to his mail-box on this system.  It is guaranteed to be unique for each user.
  • EXECUTABLE HELP:  D HELP^XMA21C
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  3.7^C
    1)= S ^XMB(3.7,"C",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^XMB(3.7,"C",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    This cross reference is used to ensure that names for this field will be unique.  It is also used for look-up by the name-server for incoming network mail and local mail.
1 BASKET 2;0 Multiple #3.701 3.701

  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 26, 1995
  • DESCRIPTION:  This is where users store their messages. Each user is automatically given an IN basket (#1), and a WASTE basket (#.5) when they first use MailMan. These are permanent, and may not be deleted by the user. Other baskets
    may be created by the user, and also deleted.
    Deleted messages are placed in the WASTE basket temporarily.  Every evening the WASTE basket is emptied.
    USERS SHOULD MANIPULATE BASKETS ONLY WITH MAILMAN; NOT TRY TO DO IT MANUALLY WITH FILEMAN.
1.1 # NEW MESSAGES FOR USER 0;6 NUMBER

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>99999)!(X<0)!(X?.E1"."1N.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 19, 1987
  • HELP-PROMPT:  TYPE A WHOLE NUMBER BETWEEN 0 AND 99999
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    A counter for the number of new messages in this MailBox
1.11 LAST MSG RECEIVED DATE/TIME 0;14 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="ESTXR" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  APR 03, 1996
  • HELP-PROMPT:  This is the date/time that the latest message was received.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is displayed when the user has new messages, and the user is told how many, and when the last one was received.
1.12 LAST NEW MSG NOTIFY DATE/TIME 0;15 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="ESTXR" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  APR 22, 2002
  • HELP-PROMPT:  This is the last new message arrival date of which the user was notified.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field is used during logon to determine whether or not to display to the user the time that the last new message arrived.
    When the user logs on and has new messages, he is told how many, and when the last one arrived.  If he logs off without reading those messages and logs on again, and hasn't received any further new messages, he is told how
    many new messages he has, but is not told when the last one arrived.
1.2 DATE @ REINSTATEMENT 0;7 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="EX" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 17, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  If you want to restrict the user's access regarding messages originating before a certain date, enter that date.
  • DESCRIPTION:  When a user is reinstated, the current date may be stored here if IRM wants to make sure that the reinstated user may not read any messages whose local create date is before the reinstatement date. The user may not access
    such messages unless the messages are in one of his mail baskets or the message is forwarded to him.
2 FORWARDING ADDRESS 0;2 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  D XMFWD^XMVVITA(.X,$G(XMIA)) I $D(X) K:$L(X)>50!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  APR 23, 2002
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter a forwarding address (name@domain) of up to 50 characters.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field names an additional address to which any messages addressed to you are routed. This address must be a remote address or a local device.
    If you want a local user to see your messages, make that user a surrogate.
    See the LOCAL DELIVERY FLAG.  If you do not edit this field to 'ON', then mail will only be delivered to your FORWARDING ADDRESS and not to your Mailbox.
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^BULLETIN MESSAGE
    1)= S Y(0)=X,D0=DA X "N DIIND F DIIND=1.001:.001 Q:$D(^DD(3.7,2,1,1,DIIND))[0  X ^(DIIND)" K XMY S XMB="XM FWD ADDRESS CHANGE" D ^XMB:$D(^XMB(3.7,"B",XMB)),ENT^XMUT7(DA) K Y,XMB
    1.001)= S X=Y(0) S Y(1)=$S($D(^XMB(3.7,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$S('$D(^VA(200,+$P(Y(1),U,1),0)):"",1:$P(^(0),U,1)) S XMB(1)=X
    1.002)= S X=Y(0) S Y(1)=$S($D(^XMB(3.7,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,2) S XMB(2)=X
    2)= Q
    CREATE PARAMETER #1)= NAME
    CREATE PARAMETER #2)= FORWARDING ADDRESS
    CREATE VALUE)= XM FWD ADDRESS CHANGE
    DELETE VALUE)= NO EFFECT
    This cross reference sends two bulletins.
    The first, XM FWD ADDRESS CHANGE, notifies responsible individuals (belonging to the mail group associated with the bulletin) that a user has changed his forwarding address.  This is the "official" bulletin of this cross
    reference.
    The second, XM FWD ADDRESS CHECK, is sent to the user's new forwarding address as test to see if the address is valid.  If it's not valid, the sender (the Postmaster) will receive an error message.  This bulletin has been
    piggy-backed onto the "official" bulletin.  FileMan is not aware of this.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  3.7^F
    1)= S ^XMB(3.7,"F",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^XMB(3.7,"F",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    This cross reference enables the site manager to easily find a user who enters a bad forwarding address.
2.1 LOCAL DELIVERY FLAG 0;8 SET
  • '0' FOR NO LOCAL DELIVERY;
  • '1' FOR LOCAL DELIVERY ON;

  • LAST EDITED:  JUL 25, 1997
  • HELP-PROMPT:  If this field is not set to 'ON' and the FORWARDING ADDRESS field is filled in, then messages will only be forwarded, not delivered locally.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field only applies if you have a FORWARDING ADDRESS.
    If you have a FORWARDING ADDRESS and you want your messages delivered locally, too, select 1 or LOCAL DELIVERY ON.  Your messages will be delivered to both your local and remote addresses.
    If you have a FORWARDING ADDRESS and you do not want your messages delivered locally, too, select 0 or NO LOCAL DELIVERY.  Your messages will be delivered only to your remote addresses.
2.21 NETWORK SIGNATURE LINE 1 OF 3 NS1;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>70!($L(X)<3) X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 26, 1993
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 3-70 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field is used when a user chooses to 'Answer' a message rather than 'Reply' to a message. While a 'reply' chains the new message to the original one, an 'answer' creates a new message to send to the sender of the
    original message, a new message which will not be chained to the original message.  The new message is created with a copy of the message being answered, along with the text of the answer, followed by this field and the
    next two NETWORK SIGNATURE LINE fields.
    Your network signature might contain your name, who you are, where you work, how you can be contacted, a favorite quote, or whatever you like.
    So the final message, sent only to the sender will look like this:
    Original text
    .
    .
    Answer
    .
    .
    Network signature (preceeded by a line of "-"s)
2.22 NETWORK SIGNATURE LINE 2 OF 3 NS1;2 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>70!($L(X)<3) X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 26, 1993
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 3-70 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    See field 2.21 'NETWORK SIGNATURE LINE 1 OF 3'.
2.23 NETWORK SIGNATURE LINE 3 OF 3 NS1;3 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>70!($L(X)<3) X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 26, 1993
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 3-70 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    See field 2.21 'NETWORK SIGNATURE LINE 1 OF 3'.
3 LATEST MAILMAN ACCESS L;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>64!($L(X)<2) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUL 25, 1997
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 2-64 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field holds the time of last use of MailMan by this user. It is in an external date/time format and may include a parenthesized surrogate's name (if it was the surrogate that last accessed MailMan).
    It is displayed when you address a message to a local user so that you know when the user "last used MailMan".
3.1 LATEST MAILMAN ACCESS DATE L;2 DATE

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  S %DT="E" D ^%DT S X=Y K:Y<1 X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUN 19, 1990
  • DESCRIPTION:  The Latest Date Accessed (7N) is in FileMan format and is the same as the portion of the LATEST ACCESS field that excludes time and text.
    CAUTION:
    This field does not exist for a NEW USER until he signs into MailMan.
3.2 LAST MAILMAN ACCESS USER ID L;3 POINTER TO NEW PERSON FILE (#200) NEW PERSON(#200)

  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 23, 1991
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter the DUZ of the user.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field is used to record the DUZ of the last user to sign onto the system and use a particular Mail Box.
4 BANNER B;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>200!($L(X)<2) X
  • LAST EDITED:  AUG 04, 1997
  • HELP-PROMPT:  ANSWER MUST BE 2-200 CHARACTERS IN LENGTH
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    The banner is displayed to others whenever they address mail to you.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  ^^BULLETIN MESSAGE
    1)= S Y(0)=X,D0=DA S X=Y(0) S Y(1)=$S($D(^XMB(3.7,D0,"B")):^("B"),1:"") S X=$P(Y(1),U,1) S XMB(1)=X X ^DD(3.7,4,1,1,1.2) K XMY S XMB="XM BANNER MESSAGE" D ^XMB:$D(^XMB(3.6,"B",XMB)) K Y,XMB
    1.2)= S X=Y(0) S Y(1)=$S($D(^XMB(3.7,D0,0)):^(0),1:"") S X=$S('$D(^VA(200,+$P(Y(1),U,1),0)):"",1:$P(^(0),U,1)) S XMB(2)=X
    2)= Q
    CREATE PARAMETER #1)= BANNER
    CREATE PARAMETER #2)= NAME
    CREATE VALUE)= XM BANNER MESSAGE
    DELETE VALUE)= NO EFFECT
    Sends a bulletin whenever a banner is created or changed.
4.5 INTRODUCTION 1;0 WORD-PROCESSING #3.704

  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field will be displayed upon fetching the data of a user during the help functions.
5 MESSAGE BEING EDITED T;1 POINTER TO MESSAGE FILE (#3.9) MESSAGE(#3.9)

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 02, 1990
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    When the user is interupted while entering a message, this field holds the message number of the message being edited.
    UNEDITABLE
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  3.7^AD^MUMPS
    1)= S ^XMB(3.7,"AD",DA,X)=""
    2)= K ^XMB(3.7,"AD",DA,X)
    This cross reference is used to keep track of the message currently being editted.
6 SHOW MESSAGE PREVIEW 0;4 SET
  • 'Y' FOR YES, SHOW MESSAGE PREVIEW;
  • 'N' FOR NO, DO NOT SHOW IT;

  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 23, 1999
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Do you want to see a preview of the message subject and sender?
  • DESCRIPTION:  This applies to the Classic reader only.
    When you are scrolling through the messages in a basket, you can choose whether or not MailMan should display (preview) the message subject and sender before you read the message.
    Enter Y to see the preview; N not to.  If you don't enter anything, you will not see a preview.
    Seeing the message subject and sender may help you decide whether or not you wish to read the message.  If you decide not to read the message, you can "Ignore" it and move on to the next message.
    The following is a sample dialogue showing message preview:
    Select MailMan Menu Option: R  Read/Manage Messages Select message reader:  Detailed Full Screen// Classic Read mail in MAIL BASKET: IN//       (199 messages, 1 new) Last message number: 248    Messages in basket: 199 (1
    new) Enter ??? for help.
    Subj: MESSAGE A   From: USER,ONE IN Basket Message: 248// I
    Subj: MESSAGE B   From: USER,TWO IN Basket Message: 247// I
    Subj: MESSAGE C   From: USER,THREE IN Basket Message: 246//
    The following is a sample dialogue without message preview.  It is more difficult to decide whether to read the message or to ignore it.
    Select MailMan Menu Option: R  Read/Manage Messages Select message reader:  Detailed Full Screen// Classic Read mail in MAIL BASKET: IN//       (199 messages, 1 new) Last message number: 248    Messages in basket: 199 (1
    new) Enter ??? for help.
    IN Basket Message: 248// I
    IN Basket Message: 247// I
    IN Basket Message: 246//
7 MESSAGE BEING RESPONDED TO T;3 POINTER TO MESSAGE FILE (#3.9) MESSAGE(#3.9)

  • LAST EDITED:  APR 22, 2002
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    When the user is interrupted while responding to a message, this field holds the message number of the original message being responded to.
    UNEDITABLE
7.5 BLOB MESSAGE T;4 SET
  • '0' FOR NO;
  • '1' FOR YES;

  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 21, 1997
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Are attachments (BLOBs) being added to this message?
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    When the user is interrupted while creating a message, this field serves to remind us whether or not the message was being created with attachments (through the Imaging Package).
8 SURROGATE 9;0 POINTER Multiple #3.703 3.703

  • DESCRIPTION:  This field lists all of the users who have the ability to act as a surrogate for this user. A surrogate may read or send mail for someone else, and is listed as the "sender" of the message, while the message is "from" the
    original user.
9 MAILMAN INSTITUTION 6000;1 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>30!($L(X)<3) X
  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 24, 1989
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 3-30 characters in length.
  • DESCRIPTION:  The MailMan Institution is shown in MailMan when the 'Show Institution in MailMan?' field in the MailMan Site Parameters file indicates so.
    It is shown in parentheses following your name and title in the heading of every local message or response which you send.
    It helps to further identify you.  It is usually the office or site where you are located, and is most useful in systems such as FORUM, where people from many different sites interact.
11 MESSAGE ACTION DEFAULT 0;9 SET
  • 'I' FOR IGNORE;
  • 'D' FOR DELETE;

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 02, 1990
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter an 'I' for 'Ignore' or a 'D' for 'Delete'.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field overrides the field of the same name in the MailMan Site Parameters file. Whatever you fill into this field will control the default for the "Message Action" prompt that you answer after reading each message in
    your IN basket.  For all other baskets, your message action default will be "Ignore".
12 ASK BASKET? 0;5 SET
  • 'y' FOR YES;
  • 'n' FOR NO;

  • LAST EDITED:  APR 23, 1985
  • HELP-PROMPT:  If no, MailMan will not ask basket name when user sends message to himself.
  • DESCRIPTION:  When you send a message to yourself, MailMan will ask you to which basket to deliver the message.
    Answer YES (this is the default) if this is what you want.
    Answer NO if you do not want MailMan to ask you.  In this case, your message will be filtered to the correct basket, with the IN basket being the default delivery basket.
13 SHOW TITLES 0;10 SET
  • '1' FOR YES;
  • '0' FOR NO;

  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 26, 1991
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter 'Yes' if you want to see senders' and recipients' titles.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field controls whether or not senders of messages and responses, and members of groups will be seen with their 'title' as recorded in the NEW PERSON file (200).
14 PRIORITY RESPONSES FLAG 0;11 SET
  • '0' FOR Responses are PRIORITY;
  • '1' FOR Responses are ORDINARY;

  • LAST EDITED:  OCT 09, 1992
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    This field allows users to decide whether or not they want to receive responses to their priority mail as priority.  It may be overridden by setting a flag in a message that they are the sender or recipient of.
14.1 PRIORITY RESPONSES PROMPT 0;12 SET
  • '0' FOR ASK EACH TIME MESSAGE IS READ;
  • '1' FOR DO NOT ASK EACH TIME MESSAGE IS READ;

  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 30, 1992
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Enter 'Ask' or 'Do not ask'.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Answer 'Ask', and MailMan will prompt you each time you read a PRIORITY mail message, to find out if you want the future responses to that message to be delivered as PRIORITY mail. The default answer will be whatever you
    answered before for that message, or if it's a new message, whatever you have entered in PRIORITY RESPONSES FLAG.
    Answer 'Do not ask', and MailMan will not bother you with such requests for information, but will use whatever you have entered in PRIORITY RESPONSES FLAG.
    In either case you may toggle the value of this field by typing KPRIORITY at the message action prompt.
15 FILTER 15;0 Multiple #3.715 3.715
16 FILTER MESSAGES? 16;1 SET
  • 'N' FOR NO;
  • 'Y' FOR YES;

  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 15, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  If you have mail filters set up, do you want to use them?
  • DESCRIPTION:  If you don't answer, or if you delete the answer, the default is 'no'.
    Answer 'yes' if you want MailMan to deliver your messages to your baskets based on the filtering criteria (if any) you've set up.
    Answer 'no' if you have no filtering criteria set up, or if you want MailMan to ignore your filtering criteria and deposit all your messages in your IN basket.
16.2 ACCEPT DELIVERY BASKET? 16;2 SET
  • 'Y' FOR YES, ACCEPT IT;
  • 'N' FOR NO, DON'T ACCEPT IT;
  • 'E' FOR EXISTING BASKETS ONLY;
  • 'S' FOR SELECTED BASKETS ONLY;

  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 18, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Accept message delivery into sender-specified baskets?
  • DESCRIPTION:  The sender of a message may specify the *basket* into which the message should be delivered for all recipients. You may decide whether to accept delivery to the target basket.
    Answer 'NO' if you don't accept it.  This is the default.
    - The message will be delivered as usual.  Answer 'YES' if you accept it.
    - If the basket does not exist, it will be created.
    - The message will be delivered to the specified basket.  Answer 'EXIST' if you accept it only if that basket already exists.
    - If the basket exists, the message will be delivered to it.
    - If the basket doesn't exist, it will not be created, and the message
    will be delivered as usual.  Answer 'SELECT' if you accept it only if that basket already exists and you have specified that the basket will accept such messages.
    - If the basket exists and accepts, the message will be delivered to it.
    - If the basket doesn't exist or doesn't accept,
    the message will be delivered as usual.
16.3 P-MESSAGE FROM 16;3 SET
  • 'M' FOR ME;
  • 'P' FOR POSTMASTER;

  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 27, 1999
  • HELP-PROMPT:  From whom should your P-MESSAGEs be?
  • DESCRIPTION:  This pertains to anything you may print to the P-MESSAGE device. The result is a message sent to you. The question is, "From whom should the message be?"
    Answer ME if the message should be from you.  It will not be delivered new to you, but you will be able to edit it.  (If this field has nothing in it, the default is ME.)
    Answer POSTMASTER if the message should be from the Postmaster.  It will be delivered new to you, but you will not be able to edit it.
    If you queue the print, this is from whom the message will be.  If you don't queue the print, this is the default which will appear in a dialog with MailMan to determine from whom the message will be.
17 MESSAGE ORDER 0;13 SET
  • 'N' FOR Newest First;
  • 'O' FOR Oldest First;

  • LAST EDITED:  MAY 11, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  In which order do you want your messages to appear?
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    'Newest First' means messages are displayed in reverse message number order.  'Oldest First' means messages are displayed in message number order.
18 MESSAGE READER 0;16 SET
  • 'C' FOR Classic;
  • 'D' FOR Detailed Full Screen;
  • 'S' FOR Summary Full Screen;

  • LAST EDITED:  APR 22, 2002
  • HELP-PROMPT:  What should your default message reader be?
  • DESCRIPTION:  There are several ways to read and manage your messages:
    Classic              - the one that has been around for years.
    Detailed Full Screen - full screen, with a detailed message list.
    Summary Full Screen  - full screen, with a summary message list.
    'Classic' is the default, if you don't choose any.
    In the next prompt, 'message reader prompt', you will be able to specify whether the reader you choose should be used all the time or whether you want to be asked each time.
19 MESSAGE READER PROMPT 0;17 SET
  • 'Y' FOR Yes, ask me;
  • 'N' FOR No, don't ask me, just use the default;

  • LAST EDITED:  DEC 04, 1997
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Should MailMan ask you which message reader to use every time you go to read messages?
  • DESCRIPTION:  You have chosen a default 'message reader' in the previous selection. You chose either the 'classic' reader or one of the 'full-screen' readers. (If you didn't choose, then your default is the 'classic' reader.)
    In this selection, you must decide whether you want MailMan to ask you every time you use the message reader which reader to use, or not to ask you and just go ahead and use your default message reader.
    Answer 'Yes' if you want to be prompted for your reader choice every time you go to read messages in a basket.  This is the default answer, and is recommended until you have tried all the readers and decided that you want
    to settle on using just one.
    Answer 'No' if you don't want to be prompted, and you just want to use your default reader every time.
20 NEW MESSAGES DEFAULT OPTION 0;18 SET
  • 'LB' FOR LIST BASKETS WITH NEW MAIL;
  • 'LN' FOR LIST ALL NEW MESSAGES;
  • 'P' FOR PRINT ALL NEW MESSAGES;
  • 'R' FOR READ NEW MAIL BY BASKET;

  • LAST EDITED:  JUL 17, 2000
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Select default new messages option
  • DESCRIPTION:  This is the default choice which will appear when you select the 'New Messages and Responses' option.
    If you don't choose a default, the default will be 'Read new mail by basket'.
21 NEW MESSAGES READ ORDER 0;19 SET
  • 'N' FOR Newest First;
  • 'O' FOR Oldest First;

  • LAST EDITED:  JUL 19, 2000
  • HELP-PROMPT:  In which order do you want to read your new messages?
  • DESCRIPTION:  'Newest First' means new messages are read in reverse order. 'Oldest First' means new messages are read in the order in which they were sent.
    If you don't choose, your new messages will be read 'Oldest First'.
    Note: When you display a list of new messages, they will be displayed in the order you selected in the previous field 'MESSAGE ORDER'.
99 RETENTION DAYS 0;3 NUMBER

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>999)!(X<30)!(X?.E1"."1N.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUL 01, 1987
  • HELP-PROMPT:  TYPE A WHOLE NUMBER BETWEEN 30 AND 999
  • DESCRIPTION:  This field is not in service currently, but has been reserved here to facilitate differing retention dates by user. Currently the retention date (number of days to retain messages in the IN basket) is in the Kernel Site
    Parameters file.  This would continue to be the default for all users that do not have this field filled in.

Found Entries, Total: 35

NAME: 200^.5^POSTMASTER    NAME: 200^.6^SHARED,MAIL    NAME: 200^11^USER,ELEVEN    NAME: 200^16^PATCH,USER    NAME: 200^17^USER,SEVENTEEN    NAME: 200^1^USER,ONE    NAME: 200^21^USER,TWENTYONE    NAME: 200^22^USER,TWENTYTWO    
NAME: 200^27^USER,TWENTYSEVEN    NAME: 200^2^USER,TWO    NAME: 200^31^USER,THIRTYONE    NAME: 200^32^USER,THIRTYTWO    NAME: 200^33^USER,THIRTYTHREE    NAME: 200^34^USER,THIRTYFOUR    NAME: 200^35^USER,THIRTYFIVE    NAME: 200^36^USER,THIRTYSIX    
NAME: 200^37^USER,THIRTYSEVEN    NAME: 200^38^USER,THIRTYEIGHT    NAME: 200^39^USER,THIRTYNINE    NAME: 200^3^USER,THREE    NAME: 200^40^USER,FOURTY    NAME: 200^41^USER,FOURTYONE    NAME: 200^42^HMP,APPLICATION PROXY    NAME: 200^43^USER,FOURTYTHREE    
NAME: 200^44^USER,FOURTYFOUR    NAME: 200^45^USER,FOURTYFIVE    NAME: 200^46^USER,FOURTYSIX    NAME: 200^47^USER,FOURTYSEVEN    NAME: 200^48^USER,FOURTYEIGHT    NAME: 200^52^USER,FIFTYTWO    NAME: 200^53^USER,FIFTYTHREE    NAME: 200^54^USER,FIFTYFOUR    
NAME: 200^63^USER,SIXTYTHREE    NAME: 200^64^USER,SIXTYFOUR    NAME: 200^65^USER,SIXTYFIVE    

ICR, Total: 1

ICR LINK Subscribing Package(s) Fields Referenced Description
ICR #2264
  • CLINICAL REMINDERS
  • External References

    Name Field # of Occurrence
    ^%DT 1.11+1, 1.12+1, 1.2+1, 3.1+1
    HELP^XMA21C .3(HELP )
    MNAME^XMA21C .3+1
    ^XMB 2(XREF 1S), 4(XREF 1S)
    ENT^XMUT7 2(XREF 1S)
    XMFWD^XMVVITA 2+1

    Global Variables Directly Accessed

    Name Line Occurrences  (* Changed,  ! Killed)
    ^DD(3.7 4(XREF 1S)
    ^VA(200 - [#200] 2(XREF 1n1.001), 4(XREF 1n1.2)
    ^XMB(3.6 - [#3.6] 4(XREF 1S)
    ^XMB(3.7 - [#3.7] .01(XREF 1S), .01(XREF 1K), .3(XREF 1S), .3(XREF 1K), 2(XREF 1S), 2(XREF 1n1.001), 2(XREF 1n1.002), 2(XREF 2S), 2(XREF 2K), 4(XREF 1S)
    4(XREF 1n1.2), 5(XREF 1S), 5(XREF 1K)

    Naked Globals

    Name Field # of Occurrence
    ^("B" 4(XREF 1S)
    ^(0 2(XREF 1n1.001), 2(XREF 1n1.002), 4(XREF 1n1.2)

    Local Variables

    Legend:

    >> Not killed explicitly
    * Changed
    ! Killed
    ~ Newed

    Name Field # of Occurrence
    >> %DT 1.11+1*, 1.12+1*, 1.2+1*, 3.1+1*
    >> D0 2(XREF 1S), 2(XREF 1n1.001), 2(XREF 1n1.002), 4(XREF 1S), 4(XREF 1n1.2)
    >> DA .01(XREF 1S), .01(XREF 1K), .3(XREF 1S), .3(XREF 1K), 2(XREF 1S), 2(XREF 2S), 2(XREF 2K), 4(XREF 1S), 5(XREF 1S), 5(XREF 1K)
    >> DINUM .01+1*
    U 2(XREF 1n1.001), 2(XREF 1n1.002), 4(XREF 1S), 4(XREF 1n1.2)
    X .001+1!, .01+1, .01(XREF 1S), .01(XREF 1K), .3+1!, .3(XREF 1S), .3(XREF 1K), 1.1+1!, 1.11+1*!, 1.12+1*!
    , 1.2+1*!, 2+1!, 2(XREF 1S), 2(XREF 1n1.001), 2(XREF 1n1.002), 2(XREF 2S), 2(XREF 2K), 2.21+1!, 2.22+1!, 2.23+1!
    , 3+1!, 3.1+1*!, 4+1!, 4(XREF 1S), 4(XREF 1n1.2), 5(XREF 1S), 5(XREF 1K), 9+1!, 99+1!
    XMB 2(XREF 1S), 4(XREF 1S)
    XMB(1 2(XREF 1n1.001), 4(XREF 1S)
    XMB(2 2(XREF 1n1.002), 4(XREF 1n1.2)
    >> XMIA 2+1
    XMY 2(XREF 1S), 4(XREF 1S)
    Y 1.11+1, 1.12+1, 1.2+1, 2(XREF 1S), 3.1+1, 4(XREF 1S)
    Y(0 2(XREF 1S), 2(XREF 1n1.001), 2(XREF 1n1.002), 4(XREF 1S), 4(XREF 1n1.2)
    Y(1 2(XREF 1n1.001), 2(XREF 1n1.002), 4(XREF 1S), 4(XREF 1n1.2)
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