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Message transmission is the action of moving messages from a client message store to a server message store, or vice versa.
Message transmission is handled by the QAnywhere Agent and the MobiLink server:
The QAnywhere Agent is connected to the client message store. It transmits messages to and from the MobiLink server.
The MobiLink server is connected to the server message store. It receives message transmissions from QAnywhere Agents and transmits them to other QAnywhere Agents.
Message transmission can only take place between a client message store and a server message store. A message transmission can only occur when a QAnywhere Agent is connected to a MobiLink server.
In QAnywhere, rules are logic that determines when message transmission is to occur, which messages to transmit, and when messages should be deleted. You can specify rules on the client and on the server.
Rules have two parts: a schedule and a condition. The schedule defines when an event is to occur. The condition defines which messages are to be part of the event. For example, if the event is message transmission, then the schedule indicates when transmission occurs and the condition defines which messages are included in the transmission. If the event is message deletion, then the schedule indicates when deleting occurs and the condition indicates which messages are deleted.
Transmission rules allow you to specify when message transmission is to occur and which messages to transmit. You can specify transmission rules for both the client and the server.
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