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' €ë€€‚‚‚‚ÿWhen you decide to purchase EasyPager, the above limitations will be removed--the program will then store unlimited pager records and queued pages (system memory permitting), will load your saved database, and will import and export the pager database from/to other applications.Purchasing EasyPager is simple. You can order with a credit card by calling Paul Ketrick at (818)343-3154. You may also fax your order to (818)343-9603. Or, mail a check to the address below. The price is $34.00; California residents add 8.25% sales tax ($2.80). Whichever way you order, your copy of EasyPager will be shipped out to you at no extra charge the next day (United States orders only--if you are located outside the U.S., please call for shipping rates).X3R
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>. *€Y€€‚‚‚ƒ‚ƒ‚ƒ‚‚‚ÿPlease mail your order to:Paul Ketrick5680 Reseda Bl. Suite 4Tarzana, CA 91356For any other inquiries, please call (818)343-3154, or fax me at (818)343-9603.[*d™1aÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ™«GImportand Note Regarding Modems And Pagers9>ÞA+ $€€€‚€‚‚‚‚ÿImportant Note Regarding Modems And PagersEasyPager user™ÞA>s should be aware that some Hayes-compatible modems are not capable of making a completely reliable connection to some paging companies.Some modems can perform what is known as "answer detection" or "ringback detection," meaning they can tell when the phone line at the other end starts ringing and then stops ringing because the line was answered. Such modems can perform very reliable paging, and the pager does not miss any of the digits that are sent to it.ÆŸ™¤D' €?€€‚‚‚‚ÿIf your modem does not perform ringback detection, it can still perform reliable paging in most cases. However, this may require a little fine-tuning of the "Fixed Delay Before Dialing Code" setting for each pager being dialed. This is because the amount of time it takes for the computer to dial the paging company and for the paging company to answer the call can vary by 10-15 seconds or more.If the time it takes the paging company to answer varies by more than about 5 seconds on different calls to the same pager number, you may encounter missed digits or pages. In this case, you may want to consider switching to a modem that performs ringback detection.áºÞA…G' €u€€‚‚‚‚ÿI have also seen some modems that perform ringback detection but get "confused" when dialing voice-mail pagers (pagers that play back a recorded message and allow you during or after the message to dial digits to send to the pager). Some modems respond to the voice-mail message by incorrectly reporting a "busy" condition; this causes EasyPager to keep redialing the pager number forever.Unfortunately, there is no easy way to tell if a modem supports ringback detection properly, other than to try it with EasyPager. The EasyPager installation program tests whether your modem can perform ringback detection; you can also perform this test from the Modem Settings dialog box of EasyPager.&¤D«G# €€€‚ÿB…GíG1EÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿíGðMKeyboard Commands”g«GH- *€Î€€‚€‚€‚‚‚ÿKeyboard CommandsThe following keyboard commands are available from the EasyPager main window:?íGÀH* $€*€
Q‚±€ƒ‚ÿKeystrokeFunction¨HÔJl ¦€Q€P±S~‚±€ƒ‚ƒã¬oƒãÃ}´‘‰‚ƒâ£‹™Û‰âs=Y‰‚ƒâ£‹™Û‰‚ƒâs=Y‰‚ƒ‚ƒãҞ‰‚ƒãҞ‰‚ÿF1Help (available from most screens)Alt+F4Exit EasyPagerEnterDial the selected pager record(s)TabSwitch from Pager Names list box to Callback Numbers list box and backAlt+NSwitch to the Pager Names list boxAlt+CSwitch to the Callback Numbers list boxSpaceToggle the selection of the current pager name (if multiple-selection enabled)Alt+AAdd a new pager recordInsertAdd a new pager recordGÝÀHMj ¢€»€P±S~‚±€ƒã5Øè=‰‚ƒã5Øè=‰‚ƒãrC푉‚ƒã0<©Ä‰‚ƒãG;P>‰‚ƒãuJ©‰‚ƒã7iíZ‰‚ƒã¥L^¬‰‚ÿAlt+TDelete the selected pager record(s)DeleteDelete the selected pager record(s)Alt+IEdit the selected pager record(s)Alt+DDial the selected pager record(s)Alt+GSelect a group of pagers to displayAlt+QView and/or delete queued (pending) pagesAlt+MEnable/disable multiple selection of pager records. Also clears all pager name and Quick-Dial number selections.Alt+UUse the last selected Quick-Dial number for all subsequently selected pagers.՛ÔJðM: B€7€P±S~‚±€ƒã«P§b‰‚ƒã•Ð¯”‰‚ÿCtrl+InsertCopy the currently selected pager records to the clipboard.Shift+InsertPaste pager records from the clipboard into the pager database.GM7N1~ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ7Nz…EasyPager and NetworksøÆðM;€2 2€€€‚€‚⯮Љ‚‚‚‚ÿEasyPager and NetworksEasyPager will run on most networks, but it is not a "network-aware" program--that is, it does not do file sharing or record locking on the pager number database file (configuration file).EasyPager can be run simultaneously by multiple workstations on a network. On some networks (such as Novell), this may require that the system administrator flag the EasyPager executable f7N;€ðMiles (PAGER.EXE and PAGER.HLP) as shareable.-7Nh€& €€ Q€‚ÿNOTE&;€Ž€# €€€‚ÿܵh€j' €k€Q€‚ÿIf multiple workstations are running EasyPager at the same time, only one workstation should be used to make changes to the pager database, or to any other settings in EasyPager.)莀“ƒA P€Ñ€€‚‚‚€€‚‚€€€€€€‚ÿIf one workstation makes changes to the database or other settings, and then another workstation makes changes, the first workstation's changes will be lost.Multiple Configuration FilesAn alternative is to have each workstation use a different configuration file. On each workstation, use the Program Manager's Properties... command (on the File menu) to change the EasyPager command line; specify the workstation's configuration file on the command line after PAGER.EXE.ç¡jz…F Z€C€€‚‚‚ƒƒƒ€€‚ƒƒƒ€€‚ƒƒ€€‚‚‚‚ÿFor example, if a user runs EasyPager from F:\PUBLIC\PAGER.EXE, and the user's configuration file is G:\FRED\PAGER.INI, you would change the Program Manager's Properties dialog box as follows:Description:EasyPagerCommand Line:F:\PUBLIC\PAGER.EXE G:\FRED\PAGER.INIWorking Directory:F:\PUBLICDoing this will cause the user's own configuration/database file to be used when EasyPager is started.P“ƒÊ…1â ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿʅhÂEasyPager Technical Information̍z…–ˆ? L€€€‚€‚‚‚⯮Љã—p2 ‰‚‚€€‚ÿEasyPager Technical InformationEasyPager uses approximately 65K of memory (RAM), plus 256 bytes per pager database record, and 256 bytes per queued (pending) outgoing page.The pager database/configuration file normally is called PAGER.INI and resides in the directory where you installed EasyPager. However, you can move this file to a different name and/or directory; refer to the EasyPager and Networks section for more information.EasyPager keeps the modem port open (in use) only when actually dialing a page; when the status is Idle and the program is not dialing a pager, the modem port is available for other applications to use.©yʅ?Š0 .€ó€€‚‚‚€€‚‚‚‚ÿWhile there are pages in the queue, EasyPager uses one of the 16 Windows system timers. If you are running other applications that tie up all the available timers, EasyPager will not be able to dial pagers.PerformanceEasyPager typically can dial 3 pagers per minute (that is, it takes 20 seconds per page). However, these figures will be affected by the following:i2–ˆ¨‹7 <€e€P‘€s€ƒ‚ƒ‚ƒ‚ƒ‚ƒ€€‚ÿThe number of running DOS and Windows applicationsThe number of pending pages in the queueThe dialing speed of your modemHow long it takes the paging service to answer (if using Ring Detection)The Delay Before Dialing Code setting of the pager(s) you are dialing (if not using Ring Detection)C?Šë' €9€€‚‚‚‚ÿIn particular, EasyPager can slow down noticeably when another application is performing a processing-intensive task, such as loading, saving or printing. Also, having one or more DOS applications running in the foreground or the background can slow down EasyPager.Under normal circumstances, your system's performance will not be affected by having EasyPager dial in the background. However, if you have many queued pages (typically more than 50), your system may begin to slow down a little until some of the pages are dialed out.Û¥¨‹Æ6 :€K€€‚€€‚‚⯮Љ‚‚‚‚ÿEasyPager and Windows FilesNeither EasyPager nor its Install program modifies your WIN.INI, SYSTEM.INI or other Windows files. All information required by the program is stored in its configuration file.The program is composed of only two files--the executable file, PAGER.EXE, and the on-line help file, PAGER.HLP. You can move these files to another directory if you wish, but keep the following in mind:p2ëBÂ> J€e€P‘€s€ƒ€€€€‚‚ƒã—p2ƏBÂz… ‰‚ÿYou should update EasyPager's icon in the Program Manager to run EasyPager from the new directory. Use the File menu's Properties... command to do this.If the EasyPager configuration file (usually PAGER.INI) is to reside in a different directory from the program files, you must specify the directory and filename of the configuration file in the EasyPager command line. This is described in the EasyPager and Networks section. If you move the configuration file to the new directory where the program files are, no further changes are necessary.&ƏhÂ# €€€‚ÿCB«Â1öÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ«Â^ÉEasyPager Overview½‰hÂhÄ4 6€€€‚€‚‚‚€‚€‚‚‚ÿEasyPager OverviewEasyPager (tm) by Paul Ketrick allows you to quickly and easily dial numeric pagers (beepers) using your computer. It does this by utilizing your computer's internal or external modem to dial a pager number, just as you would do manually from a Touch-Tone phone.Computer RequirementsEasyPager runs on virtually any PC-compatible computer that has the following:§{«ÂÅ, (€ö€P‘€s€ƒ‚ƒ‚ƒ‚ÿ1.An 80286 or higher CPU (not an 8088, 80188 or 80186).2.Windows 3.13.A 1200-baud or higher Hayes-compatible modem.A
hÄPÇ7 <€€€‚‚‚€‚€‚‚‚‚‚‚‚‚‚‚ÿEasyPager uses minimal amounts of RAM and hard disk space.FeaturesEasyPager can dial virtually any numeric (not alphanumeric) pager that allows codes to be dialed with a Touch-Tone telephone.It features an easy-to-use database for storing pager numbers and names.You can dial pagers with just a few clicks of the mouse.Pagers can be assigned to groups for easy lookup and selection.It has powerful capabilities for automatically sending codes to pagers for relaying callback numbers or other information.×Å^É7 <€¯€€‚‚‚‚‚€‚€‚‚‚‚‚‚‚‚ÿPages can be delayed until a specified time for unattended or automatic paging. All paging occurs in the background and does not slow down Windows.EasyPager can keep a log of all pages that are dialed out.ApplicationsIn offices for paging field technicians, sales representatives, etc.Can function as a "paging center" that handles a large number of pages daily.Convenient for home use.Functions as an "alarm clock" by using the delayed paging feature.@PǞÉ1K ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿžÉ<Getting Startedä^É´Ê2 2€É€€‚€‚‚‚€‚€‚ÿGetting StartedAfter you have installed EasyPager and started the program, you can starting paging in mere seconds! The basics of using EasyPager are described in the sections below.Adding a New Pager Name and Numberb!žÉÍA P€C€P‘€s€ƒ€€‚‚ƒ‚‚ƒ€€€€‚ÿ1.To add a person's name and pager (beeper) number, click on the Add button or press the Insert key.2.At the "Add New Pager Record" dialog box, type in the person's name, press the Tab key and then enter the pager number. Enter the pager number exactly as you would dial it; for example, enter a "1" before the area code, if necessary, and do not enter the area code if it is a local call.3.Click on the OK button or press Enter to save the new pager name and number. The new name should now appear in the Pager Names list box.e6´Ê{Í/ .€l€P‘€s€‚ãҞ‰‚‚ÿFor more information, see Adding Pager Records.H%ÍÃÍ# €J€€‚ÿEntering Standard Callback Numbersæ˜{͵N j€1€P‘€s€‚ƒ€€€€€€‚‚ƒ€€‚‚ƒ€€‚ÿ1.Double-click on the Callback Numbers list box. Or, pull down the Settings menu and choose the Standard Callback Numbers command. A dialog box appears which lets you enter callback numbers--that is, phone numbers that you would like people whom you page to call.2.Click on the Add button or press the Insert key, and type in the phone number exactly as you want it sent to the pager--usually an area code and a phone number.3.Click on the OK button or press Enter to save theÃ͵^É callback number(s) you entered, and you will return to the EasyPager main window. At this point you should see the new callback number in the Callback Numbers box.*ÃÍß' €€P‘€s€‚ÿSµ`. ,€¦€€ãWðɉ‚‚€‚ÿFor more information, refer to the Standard Callback Numbers section.Paging*ߊ' €€P‘€s€‚ÿd,`î8 >€Y€€€€€€‚‚ãÃ}´‘‰‚ÿTo page someone, simply click on the callback number (shown in the Callback Numbers box) that you want to send to their pager, and then double-click on the person's name in the Pager Names box. EasyPager will then begin dialing.Refer to the Dialing Pagers section for more paging options.*Š' €€P‘€s€‚ÿ$ïî<5 8€ß€€‚€‚€€€€‚ÿOn-Line HelpFor more information on EasyPager functions and features, refer to the on-line help. Help is available by pressing F1 or clicking the Help button on most EasyPager screens, or by selecting a topic from the Help menu.B~1}ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ~¹Technical Support;<¹; D€€€‚€‚‚‚ƒ‚‚‚‚ƒ‚‚‚‚ƒ‚ƒ‚ƒ‚‚ÿTechnical SupportIf you have questions or comments regarding EasyPager (tm), or need technical support, call Paul Ketrick at:(818) 343-3154or send a fax to:(818) 343-9603or write:Paul Ketrick5680 Reseda Bl. Suite 4Tarzana, CA 91356H~1\ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ ÿÿÿÿ EasyPager Window LayoutĹL f€‹€€‚€‚‚‚†"€‚‚‚‚âëbB‰‚‚⣋™Û‰ãÃ}´‘‰‚ÿ EasyPager Window LayoutThe picture below shows the EasyPager main window:The menu bar gives access to various EasyPager commands and functions.The toolbar contains tool buttons for quickly accessing EasyPager's pager number database and dialing pagers.The Pager Names List Box shows the pager names you have entered into EasyPager. From this list, you can quickly select a pager to dial. See Dialing Pagers for more information.z%‹
U x€K€€‚âs=Y‰ã¥L^¬‰‚‚ãú“¿‰‚‚€€ã7iíZ‰‚‚€€ã¥L^¬‰‚ÿThe Callback Numbers list box lets you select a Quick-Dial number to send to the selected pager(s).Also, double-clicking on this list box brings up the Standard Callback Numbers dialog boxThe Allow Multiple Selections checkbox, when selected, allows you to select multiple pagers to dial or edit. See Selecting Multiple Pagers for more information.The Use Selected Code For All Pages checkbox, when selected, causes EasyPager to automatically use the most recently selected Quick-Dial number when you select a pager to dial.Š_ + &€¾€€‚âŒe.‰‚‚ÿThe Status Box displays the current status of any pages that are pending or in progress.8‹
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w# €€€‚ÿ= Q´1D ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ ÿÿÿÿ´¹FPager GroupsŠ=wJAM h€{€€‚€‚‚‚€‚€‚⣋™Û‰€€ãrC푉‚‚€€‚ÿPager GroupsYou can assign each pager name to a group for categorization. Each group is represented by a two-letter identification which you assign.Assigning Pagers to GroupsTo assign a pager record to a group, select the desired pager name in ´JAwthe Pager Names list box and click on the Edit button to bring up the Edit dialog box.Then, enter a one- or two-letter group name in the Group box. You do not need to "create" a group name before using it; simply assigning a pager name to a group causes EasyPager to create the group if it does not exist.Å´fDW |€‹€€‚‚‚€‚€‚€€€€‚‚€€‚‚€€⣋™Û‰âYá¶g‰‚ÿA particular pager name can be assigned to only one group at a time.Using Pager GroupsTo display a selected group of pagers, click on the Group button in the toolbar, and the Select Group dialog box will appear.This dialog box lists all the group names currently in use. It also shows an entry titled All Groups.From the Select Groups dialog box, you can double-click on a group name and EasyPager will then show in the Pager Names list box only the pager records in the selected group. Then, you can select one or more pagers from the displayed list as your normally would; you can also use the Select All menu command to select all the pagers in the group for dialing or editing.-îJA“F? L€Ý€€‚€€€€‚‚⣋™Û‰€€‚ÿFrom the Select Groups dialog, if you select All Groups, EasyPager will return to displaying all pager names in the database (including those not assigned to a group).If you have selected a group to display, and then add a new pager record, the new record will appear in the Pager Names list box, even though it may not belong to the currently selected group. If you use the Group button to again select a group, the new record will not appear if it is not in the selected group.&fD¹F# €€€‚ÿE“FþF1Æÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ ÿÿÿÿþFHPager Names List BoxN¹FH3 4€€€‚€‚€€‚‚‚‚‚ÿPager Names List BoxThe Pager Names list box occupies the center of the EasyPager window, and lists the names of all pager records that have been entered.You can locate an entry quickly by typing the first letter of the name until the correct entry appears, or by using the scroll bar located at the right of the list box.JþFÉH1“ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ
ÿÿÿÿÉHJCallback Numbers List BoxIHJ8 >€#€€‚€‚€€‚‚ã¥L^¬‰‚‚ÿCallback Numbers List BoxThe Callback Numbers list box occupies the right-center portion of the EasyPager window, and lists the Standard Callback numbers that have been defined.This list box is used to select a Quick-Dial number to be sent to a selected pager.Z)ÉHlJ1 ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿlJ¼Selecting Multiple Pagers to Dial or EditÔ›J@M9 @€7€€‚€‚‚‚€€‚‚€€‚ÿSelecting Multiple Pagers to Dial or EditEasyPager allows you to automatically dial more than one pager in a single operation. You can also select multiple pager records to edit sequentially.To do this, select the Allow Multiple Selections box in the EasyPager window, either by clicking on the box or by typing Ctrl+U.When the Allow Multiple Selections box is selected, clicking on a pager name will turn its selection on or off, and any number of pagers may be selected. Using the up- and down-arrow keys will move the selection cursor but will not change any selections; pressing the spacebar will turn the current pager name's selection on or off.˜UlJØOC T€«€€‚€€‚‚€‚€‚€€‚‚ã¥L^¬‰‚ÿWhen the Allow Multiple Selections box is not selected, clicking on a pager name will select that name and clear the selection from all other names. Using the up- and down-arrow keys will move the selection bar up or down one line, clearing the selection from the previously-selected pager name.Dialing Multiple PagersWhen you have selected more than one pager name and click on the Dial button, all the selected pagers will be dialed.If you chose a Quick-Dial number for any of the selected pagers, those pagers will be dialed immediately using the selected Quick-Dial numbers.Ø–@M¼B R€-€€‚ã0<©ÄØO¼J‰‚‚€‚€‚€€ãrC푉‚‚ÿIf any of the selected pagers did not have Quick-Dial numbers, then the Dial dialog box will appear, allowing you to enter the pager codes to send to those pagers.Editing Multiple Pager RecordsWhen you have selected more than one pager name and click on the Edit button, the Edit dialog box will appear for each selected pager name, allowing you to edit each selected record in succession.CØOÿ1
ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ¿‹Quick-Dial numbersn<¼mƒ2 2€y€€‚€‚âs=Y‰‚‚‚‚ÿQuick-Dial NumbersQuick-Dial numbers are callback numbers that appear in the Callback Numbers list box on the EasyPager window. These numbers allow you to dial one or more pagers with just a few quick steps.The Quick-Dial numbers are the same as the Standard Callback Numbers. To use Quick-Dial numbers:{9ÿè„B R€s€P‘€s€ƒãú“¿‰€€€€€€‚‚ÿ1.Before using Quick-Dial numbers, you must define one or more of these numbers in the Standard Callback Numbers dialog box. You can bring up this dialog box by double-clicking on the Callback Numbers list box, or by pulling down the Settings menu and choosing the Standard Callback Numbers... item.7mƒ…' € €€‚€‚ÿMouse Usage
Ñè„)†9 @€£€P‘€s€ƒâs=Y‰‚‚ƒâ£‹™Û‰‚‚ÿ2.Click on a Quick-Dial number in the Callback Numbers list box on the EasyPager window.3.Double-click on the name of the pager you want to dial in the Pager Names list box on the EasyPager window.4…]†# €"€€‚ÿKeyboard Usages6)†Ї= H€m€P‘€s€‚ƒ€€‚‚ƒ€€‚‚ƒ‚‚ÿ2.Press Alt+N to select the Pager Names list box if necessary. Use the up- and down-arrow keys (or other standard list-box keys) to select a pager to dial.3.Press Alt+C to switch to the Callback Numbers list box, and use the up- and down-arrow keys to select a Quick-Dial number.4.Press Enter.#ê]†ó‰9 @€Õ€€‚‚€€‚€€ã0<©Ä‰‚ÿThe pager will be immediately dialed, and the selected Quick-Dial number will be sent to the pager.Tips on Selecting Quick-Dial NumbersYou can select multiple pagers and send each one a different Quick-Dial number. You can also select some pagers to be dialed with Quick-Dial numbers and some without Quick-Dial numbers; when you press Enter or click on the Dial button, the Dial Pager dialog box will appear for each pager that does not have a Quick-Dial code selected for it.Ì’Ї¿‹: B€%€€‚€€‚‚€€€€‚‚ÿWhen you click on a Quick-Dial number in the Callback Numbers list box, that Quick-Dial number is assigned to any selected pager(s) that do not already have a Quick-Dial number selected.When you click on a pager name in the Pager Names list box, the currently selected Quick-Dial code (if any) is assigned to that pager name only if the Use Selected Code For All Pages checkbox is enabled.;
ó‰ú‹1¸ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿú‹wStatus Box w¿‹šŒ) "€î€€‚€‚‚‚ÿStatus BoxThe EasyPager status box, located at the bottom of the window, gives the following status information:Ý®ú‹w/ ,€]€P‘€s€ƒ‚ƒ‚ƒ‚ƒ‚ÿ˜Current status (idle, resetting modem, dialing a pager, etc.)˜Next person to be paged˜When the next person is to be paged˜The number of entries waiting to be pagedEšŒ¼1ûÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ¼rAdding Pager NumbersvGw2Ž/ .€Ž€€‚€‚â+\%≂‚ÿAdding Pager RecordsTo add a new pager record to the database:Ÿ\¼юC V€º€P‘€s€ƒãrC푀†"€‰€‚‚ƒ‚‚ƒ‚ÿ˜Click on the button on the toolbar, or˜Type Alt+A, or˜Press the Insert key.¡v2Žr+ &€ì€€‚ãrC푉‚‚ÿThe Edit dialog box will appear, allowing you to enter a name, number and other information for the new record.Gю¹1ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ¹ÂDeleting Pager Numbersï»r´À4 6€w€€‚€‚â+\%≂‚ƒ‚ƒ‚ÿDeleting Pager Rec¹´ÀrordsTo delete a pager record from the database:1.Highlight the entry you wish to delete by clicking on it or using the arrow keys.2.Do one of the following:€I¹4Á7 >€”€P!s€ƒ†"€‚‚ƒ‚‚ƒ‚ÿ˜Click on the button, or˜Type Alt+L, or˜Press the Delete key.å³´ÀÂ2 2€g€€‚€€€€‚‚ÿYou will be asked to confirm that you want to delete the record; click on the OK button or press Enter to delete it, or click on the Cancel button or press Esc to cancel.H4ÁaÂ1»ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿaÂÔÃModifying Pager Numberss!ÂÔÃR r€E€€‚€‚â+\%≂‚ƒ‚ƒãrC푀†"€‰€‚‚ãrC푉‚‚ÿModifying Pager RecordsTo modify a pager record:1.Highlight the desired entry by clicking on it witth the mouse, or by using the arrow keys.2.Either click on the button, or type Alt+I.The Edit dialog box will appear, allowing you to modify the selected pager entry.FaÂÄ1¹ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÄDialing Pager NumberspGÔÊÄ) "€Ž€€‚€‚‚‚ÿDialing PagersThere are two ways to page someone with EasyPager:[#ÄåÅ8 >€G€P‘€s€ƒã¥L^¬‰‚‚ƒã0<©Ä‰‚ÿ1.Use a Quick-Dial number to dial a pager immediately and send it a predefined callback number to the pager.2.Use the Dial dialog box to select and/or manually enter the callback number and pager code to send to the pager, and optionally enter the date and time to dial the pager.DŠÄ)Æ' €:€€‚€ ‚ÿUsing Quick-Dial Numbers*åÅSÆ' €€P‘€s€‚ÿ7)ÆŠÆ# €(€€‚ÿPaging One Person
ÌSÆ—ÈA P€™€P‘€s€‚‚‚ƒ€€ãú“¿‰‚‚ƒ€€‚ÿTo page one person and send the pager a Quick-Dial number:1.Click on the desired Quick-Dial number in the Callback Numbers list box, or type Alt+C and use the arrow keys to select the desired callback number. If the callback number you want is not shown, use the Standard Callback Numbers dialog box to add it.2.Click on the desired pager name in the Pager Names list box, or type Alt+N and use the arrow keys to select the desired pager name.¤RŠÆ;ËR r€¥€P‘€s€‚ƒ€€‚‚€€‚‚‚‚ƒ€€‚‚ƒ€€ãú“¿‰‚ÿ3.Click on the Dial button or press Enter. EasyPager will begin dialing the pager immediately.Paging Multiple People To the Same Callback NumberTo select multiple pagers and send them all the same callback number:1.Be sure the Allow Multiple Selections check box is checked. If not, click on the box or type Alt+M;2.Click on the desired Quick-Dial number in the Callback Numbers list box, or type Alt+C and use the arrow keys to select the desired callback number. If the callback number you want is not shown, use the Standard Callback Numbers dialog box to add it.G—ȼÌ: B€€P‘€s€‚ƒ€€‚‚ƒ€€‚‚ÿ3.Click on the each desired pager name in the Pager Names list box, or type Alt+N and use the arrow keys and space bar to select the desired pager names.4.Click on the Dial button or press Enter. EasyPager will begin dialing the selected pagers immediately, and will send the selected callback number to each one.`9;ËÍ' €r€€€‚‚ÿPaging Multiple People to Different Callback NumbersœS¼Ì¸ÏI `€§€P‘€s€‚‚ƒ€€‚‚ƒ€€ãú“¿‰‚‚ƒ€€‚ÿTo select multiple pagers and send them different callback numbers:1.Be sure the Allow Multiple Selections check box is checked. If not, click on the box or type Alt+M;2.Click on the desired Quick-Dial number in the Callback Numbers list box, or type Alt+C and use the arrow keys to select the desired callback number. If the callback number you want is not shown, use the Standard Callback Numbers dialog box to add it.3.Click on the each desired pager name in the Pager Names list box, or type Alt+N and use the arrow keys and space bar to select the desired pager names.ÛÍÒ3 4€·€P‘€s€‚ƒ‚‚ƒ€€‚ÿ4.Repeat steps (2)¸ÏÒÔà and (3) above for each different callback number you want to use. If you mistakenly select the wrong callback number for a pager, simply click on the pager's name and then click on the correct callback number to change it. The correct callback number will then be sent to that pager.5.Click on the Dial button or press Enter. EasyPager will begin dialing the selected pagers immediately, and will send the selected callback number to each one.*¸Ïü' €€P‘€s€‚ÿ?Ò;# €8€€ ‚ÿUsing the Dial Dialog Box*üe' €€P‘€s€‚ÿæ±;K5 8€c€€ã0<©Ä‰‚‚€‚€‚‚‚ÿUsing the Dial dialog box gives you greater control over your paging than using Quick-Dial numbers.Paging One PersonTo dial a single pager using the Dial dialog box:ӏeD V€€P‘€s€ƒ€€€€€€‚‚ƒ€€‚ÿ1.Be sure that you have not selected a Quick-Dial number for the pager you are about to dial. If you have, use the Select menu's Deselect All command to clear the Quick-Dial number, or click on the Allow Multiple Selections checkbox, or type Alt+M.2.Click on the desired pager's name in the Pager Names list box, or type Alt+N and use the arrow keys to select the desired pager name.&KD# €€€‚ÿ«cïH `€È€P‘€s€ƒ‚ƒƒã0<©Ä€†"€‰€‚‚ƒƒ‚‚ƒƒ‚ÿ3.Do one of the following:˜Click on the button, or˜Type Alt+D, or˜Press Enter.Ù£DÈ6 :€G€€‚ã0<©Ä‰‚‚€‚€‚‚‚ÿThe Dial dialog box will appear, allowing you to dial the selected pager.Paging Multiple PeopleTo page more than one person using the Dial dialog box:å¡ï­D V€C€P‘€s€ƒ€€€€€€‚‚ƒ€€‚ÿ1.Be sure that you have not selected any Quick-Dial numbers for the pagers you are about to dial. If you have, use the Select menu's Deselect All command to clear the Quick-Dial numbers, or click on the Allow Multiple Selections checkbox, or type Alt+M.2.Click on each desired pager name in the Pager Names list box, or type Alt+N and use the arrow keys and space bar to select the desired pager name.&ÈÓ# €€€‚ÿ«c­~ H `€È€P‘€s€ƒ‚ƒƒã0<©Ä€†"€‰€‚‚ƒƒ‚‚ƒƒ‚ÿ3.Do one of the following:˜Click on the button, or˜Type Alt+D, or˜Press Enter.MÓË
4 6€3€€‚ã0<©Ä‰‚‚€€‚‚ÿThe Dial dialog box will appear, allowing you to dial the selected pagers.Note that if you click in the Use These Settings For All Selected Pagers box in the Dial dialog box, then the settings entered in the following fields will be used to dial all the selected pagers:f:~ 1 , (€t€P!s€ƒ‚ƒ‚ƒ‚ÿ˜Number to Send to Pager˜Date to Page˜Time to Page|FË

6 :€€€‚‚‚€ ‚€‚‚€€‚ÿThis allows you to send the same callback number or other code to multiple pagers in one operation.During DialingWhile EasyPager is dialing a pager, the Status window will reflect the various actions that take place--for example, resetting the modem, setting the speaker volume, dialing a phone number, etc.If a problem occurs in communicating with the modem, or if the modem detects that there is no dial tone on the phone line, EasyPager will display a message on the screen. When you click on the OK button, EasyPager will automatically try dialing the pager again.V.1 ( €]€€‚‚‚‚‚ÿIf the modem detects a busy signal, or does not receive an answer from the paging service, EasyPager will automatically try dialing the pager again.EasyPager pauses for five seconds between dials, in order to give the phone line enough time to go back on-hook and become clear for the next call.X'­
[1Bÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ[eFView / Delete Pages In Queue Dialog BoxÁŒ(A5 8€€€‚€‚†"€‚‚‚‚ÿView / Delete Pages In Queue Dialog BoxThis dialog box lets you view the pages currently queued (waiting to [(Abe dialed). It is brought up either by clicking on the button, or by typing Alt+Q.The dialog box lists the pages that are currently queued (waiting to be dialed), along with the pager code that will be dialed for each and the date and time the pager is scheduled to be dialed.-[UA& €€ Q€‚ÿNOTE&(A{A# €€€‚ÿéÂUAdB' €…€Q€‚ÿWhile you are viewing the list of queued pages, EasyPager will finish dialing a pager that it has started dialing, but will not start dialing a new queued page until you exit this dialog box.ƒW{AçB, (€®€€‚€€‚‚‚ÿCanceling A Pending PageTo remove a page from the queue (i.e. cancel the page):Ù§dBÀC2 2€O€P‘€s€ƒ‚‚ƒ€€‚ÿ1.Either click on the queue entry in the list box, or use the arrow keys to highlight the desired entry.2.Click on the Delete button, or press the Delete key.9çB?FF Z€s€€‚€€€€‚‚€€‚€€€€‚ÿIf the selected page is currently being dialed, a message box will appear notifying you of this and asking whether you want to terminate dialing. Click on the Yes button to terminate dialing, or click on the No button to let the dialing continue.Canceling All PagesTo cancel all pending pages, click on the Delete All button, or type Alt+A. The program will ask you to confirm that you want to delete all the pages from the queue; click on the Yes button or type Y and all the pages will be canceled, including the one currently being dialed, if any.&ÀCeF# €€€‚ÿC?F¨F1Àÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ¨F%IConfiguration FilezQeF"G) "€¢€€‚€‚‚‚ÿConfiguration FileA configuration file contains the following information:é·¨F H2 2€o€P‘€s€ƒ‚ƒâ-cÁ‰‚‚ÿ˜The list of pager numbers and names and their associated settings˜System settings, such as the lists of standard callback numbers and pager codes, and the modem port number.ï"G%I+ $€ß€€ã—p2 ‰‚‚ÿThe configuration file is normally called PAGER.INI in the directory where you installed EasyPager. However, you can tell EasyPager to use a different filename; refer to the EasyPager and Networks topic for more information on this.;
H`I1Ýÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ`IMPager CodeP%I°KI `€€€‚€‚€€€€‚‚€€€€€€‚ÿPager CodeA pager code is the string of digits that you want to send to a pager. It commonly consists of a callback number and/or code digits, where the callback number represents the number you want the person you are paging to call, and the code digits represent other information you wish to convey to that person.For example, if you wanted to call a pager and have it display 213-555-6789 911, then 213-555-6789 would be considered the callback number and 911 would be considered the code digits.R$`IM. *€I€€‚‚‚â!!,Ɖ‚‚ÿEasyPager allows you to enter up to fifty standard callback numbers and fifty code digit strings so that when dialing a pager, you can easily select a callback number and code digits to send without manually entering them.Pager codes may consist of any one or more valid DTMF digits.@°KBM1ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿBMOCallback NumberAMƒN) €1€€‚€‚‚ÿCallback NumberA callback number refers to a phone number that is dialed into the paging transmitter after the pager's phone number is dialed. In other words, the callback number is the number that you want the person whom you are paging to call when they receive the page.*BM­N' €€P‘€s€‚ÿrHƒNO* $€€€â!!,Ɖ‚‚ÿCallback numbers may consist of any one or more valid DTMF digits.@­N_O1Uÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ_O9Edit Dialog BoxÛOƒ= H€·€€‚€‚â+\%≂‚€‚€‚‚€‚ÿEdit Dialog BoxThe Edit Pager Entry dialog box lets you modify information that pertains to a pa_OƒOrticular pager record. You can enter the following information for a pager record:NameThe name associated with the pager. When displaying the list of names, EasyPager sorts the names alphabetically starting with the first character in the name. Therefore, if you want the names sorted by last name, enter the names as "last name, first name."Pager Phone Number‹^_Oƒ- (€½€€€€‚‚‚‚ÿThe phone number to use to dial the pager. You can include the characters - ( ) in the number to make it easier to read; these characters will be ignored when dialing. The number must include "1" and/or an area code if these are necessary to dial the pager.For example, if you are in the (213) area code, the following examples would apply:[-ƒiƒ. ,€Z€ ù
Q„±A€ƒ‚ÿActual Pager NumberDigits You Would EnterDƒ­ƒ+ &€2€ ù„±A€ƒ‚ÿ(213)555-2345555-2345Miƒúƒ. ,€>€ ùQ„±A€ƒ‚ÿ(714)555-67891-714-555-6789’R­ƒŒ†@ N€¥€€‚€€㫆Љ‚‚€‚€ãG;P>‰‚ÿNormally, PBX or other access codes such as "9" that are always dialed before the phone number will not be entered here; instead, enter such codes in the Dial Before Numbers box in the PBX Codes Dialog Box. Then the access code will automatically be dialed before the pager phone number.GroupIn this field, you can enter a one- or two-letter group abbreviation (for example, SA for Sales or FA for family). You can then use the Group button to view a selected group of pagers. A pager can belong to only one group, and there is no limit to the number of groups you can assign.ŠGúƒ‰C T€€€‚€€‚âWðɉ‚‚€€‚‚‚€€‚ÿUse First Standard Callback NumberThis box, when checked, tells EasyPager to automatically include the first standard callback number in this pager's default code.Use Special Pager CodeThis box, when checked, tells EasyPager to automatically include the pager's special code when dialing; the special code is entered in the edit window to the right of thie checkbox.Each pager can have a different special code, and this code usually contains digits that identifies you to the person you are paging. A callback number is normally not entered in the Special window.¶rŒ†̋D V€å€€‚â!!,Ɖ‚‚€‚€‚‚âÁš‰‚‚€€‚ÿYou can enter any valid DTMF digits in the Special code window.Delay Before Dialing CodeThis field specifies the delay, in seconds, that EasyPager will wait between dialing the last digit of the pager's phone number and dialing the first digit of the callback number or other code.NOTE: The value entered in this field is not used when called party ring detection is enabled.If when you dial a pager it does not receive all or part of the callback number or other code sent to it, its Delay Before Dialing Code setting is probably be too low or too high; adjust this setting and try dialing the pager again.m8‰95 8€q€€‚‚‚€‚€â!!,Ɖ‚‚ÿDelay values from 6 to 12 seconds usually work well, but the optimum setting depends on the particular pager and on the phone line that EasyPager uses.Code TerminatorMany pagers require a digit, such as #, to be dialed after the pager code. You can enter one or more valid DTMF digits in this field.@̋y1áÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿyöTroubleshootingD9½@ N€ €€‚€‚âë8•ù‰‚‚€€‚€€‚‚‚ÿTroubleshootingIf the specific problem you are having is not listed here, please contact Technical Support.Can't Dial Any PagersIf EasyPager is unable to communicate with your modem, it will report this when you try to dial a pager. Refer to the Modem Problems section below.If EasyPager does not report any errors during dialing, but does not dial pager numbers correctly (meaning you don't hear the paging company answer the phone and send a "beep" tone), the cause might be one of the following:&y À# €€€‚ÿ½ À9¥y½±Á, &€ó€P‘€s€ƒ‚‚ƒ‚ÿ˜The modem line is not connected (however, if Dial Tone Detection is turned on and your modem can detect dial tone, EasyPager will report an error if the modem line is not connected)˜The modem line requires a PBX access code (or other access code) in order to dial pager numbers correctly. Make sure the PBX Codes dialog box is correctly configured for your modem line.6 ÀçÂ6 :€€R°‘€s€ƒãÐHù‰€€‚ÿ˜There is trouble with your phone system or the phone company. Use the Modem Settings dialog box to set the modem speaker volume to High; then, when dialing, listen for recorded messages or "busy tones" that may indicate the source of the trouble.N±Á5Ä0 .€=€€‚€‚€€‚‚ÿPager Does Not Receive Correct DigitsIf EasyPager dials a pager and sends it a callback number and/or other code digits, and the pager does not receive some or all of the sent digits, usually you just need to adjust the Delay Before Dialing Code setting in the Edit dialog box.-çÂbÄ& €€ Q€‚ÿNOTE&5ĈÄ# €€€‚ÿƒPbÄ Æ3 4€¡€Q€ãÐHù‰€€‚ÿIf you are using Called Party Ring Detection, enabled by using the Modem Settings dialog box, the Delay Before Dialing Code setting is not used. If you are having problems with missing pager code digits when called party ring detection is enabled, your modem may be malfunctioning, or it may not support ring detection properly.ÒˆÄ
È0 .€¥€€‚€€‚‚‚‚‚‚ÿThe Delay Before Dialing Code setting specifies the delay, in seconds, that EasyPager will wait between dialing the last digit of the pager's phone number and dialing the first digit of the callback number or other code.Try increasing or decreasing this setting until you can dial the pager successfully.Delay values from 6 to 12 seconds usually work well, but the optimum setting depends on the particular pager and on the phone line that EasyPager uses.¡a Æ®Ê@ N€Ã€€€€‚‚‚‚€€ãÐHù‰€€‚ÿMany modems can, when they dial a phone number, detect when the phone line at the other end starts ringing. For more reliable paging, if your modem supports this feature, turn on the Detect Called Party Ringing setting in the Modem Settings dialog box.If your modem does not support this feature, you should leave this setting off.If you are unsure whether your modem supports this feature, click on the Test button in the Modem Settings dialog box. EasyPager will then determine whether your modem supports ring detection, and will set the Detect Called Party Ringing checkbox appropriately.ä
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  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/