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  • #16
    Re: Internal messaging

    There is a sample messaging system in the "Sample & Tutorial Database - Learning Xbasic" that is on the main dashboard. Can this be used to develop internal mail system?

    gandhi
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    • #17
      Re: Internal messaging

      Can you indicate by show of hands...
      who wants to collaborate and we develop desktop app for internal messaging.
      seems to me would be quite useful to many.

      we could almost 'open source' the app.
      -MbusoNgcongo
      INFOMAS (Information Systems)
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      • #18
        Re: Internal messaging

        Thanks Raymond I will definitely look at it
        What I am looking for is more something that would..
        1. Only be alpha users
        2. Message should be html as may include pics

        Thanks Govindan I will go check out the video...
        Mbuso my hand is up...

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        • #19
          Re: Internal messaging

          Dup of what I said earlier
          Last edited by Tom Henkel; 03-24-2011, 08:41 AM. Reason: Dup

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          • #20
            Re: Internal messaging

            Originally posted by Claire Shuttleworth View Post
            Thanks Raymond I will definitely look at it
            ...
            Mbuso my hand is up...
            Hi Claire, didn't notice, your hand's been up for a while.... will touch base on ideas re this.
            -MbusoNgcongo
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            • #21
              Re: Internal messaging

              Well this took all of half an hour and most of that was getting my head around the Key_Exist and User() conditions.
              There are different users.
              The Login Password for each is password
              Billy Whizz and Mandy Lifeboats have messages.
              The Notification Button only displays when there is a message for the person logged in AND there are no characters in the Flag field (I used R(ead), D(leleted) etc.
              If you want to try this, you will need to swap users through the Control Panel.
              It's pretty basic but should get new users started.
              Attached Files
              See our Hybrid Option here;
              https://hybridapps.example-software.com/

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              • #22
                Re: Internal messaging

                I cannot seem to get it to work. Maybe i am missing something. I am looking for the same kind of messaging that is stated in this thread. Basically an internal messaging system..

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                • #23
                  Re: Internal messaging

                  It's not a finished app Firemedic, it's a starter.
                  The principle is that a User who is logged in using Security Features can be identified and then a message left for them.

                  Start the app and login as Mandy Lifeboats using "password" as password.
                  Select Set_Form_2
                  You will see the "You have Alpha Messages" button. Click it to go to Mandy's message.
                  Go to the Control Panel, Tools, Security, Log in as a different User, choose Billy Whizz
                  Select Set_Form_2
                  You will see the "You have Alpha Messages" button. Click it to go to Billy's message.
                  Enter a character into the Flags Field, and when you return to the previous screen, the message button is not displayed.
                  I have changed the attached database to swop between the screens more easily and added some notes. See revision attached.

                  Use Form_1 to add a meassge for Mandy or Billy.
                  If you are still having trouble I'll install Jing and do you a video.
                  Attached Files
                  See our Hybrid Option here;
                  https://hybridapps.example-software.com/

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