Manycom Message is intended for 'traditional'
messaging or sending and receiving different kind of message
and data files in batch mode as batch jobs. Users and applications
request the sending, receiving and other operations from MCM
via the MCM APIs, which save all transfer job requests in
the MCM Transfer Directory.
Manycom's client programs communicate
with the configured message and file servers by using various
file transfer and messaging formats and protocols based on
international and de-facto standards.
Both messaging and data file transfer
operations are possible and included in the same product,
because both are technically very close to each other. Both
are based on sending and receiving files, and need the same
base functions and features.
MCM is not intended for interactive real-time
messaging. For more information about products for real-time
communication, see the product descriptions of Manycom
Socket Tools and Manycom DTS.
For more detailed technical information
about the general features and functions of MCM, see the MCM
Base module description and MCM Base Configuration Guide.