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Tech Tips: Test Lua Scripts from the Momentum Console

Feb. 25, 2014 / By Peter Lavin

Testing your Lua scripts can sometimes be a bit tedious. It usually involves injecting a message in order to trigger the callout that will execute the code and output a message to the log. You must then open the log in order to check the log entry.

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Tech Tips: Riak and Postgres and Lucene, oh my…

Sep. 1, 2012 / By Tom Mairs

Four years ago, Message Systems had a single product offering in Momentum version 2. While this was a groundbreaking MTA, it was really built for the singular function of processing email very, very quickly. Momentum 2 stored a number of logs but had no local database and did not really need one.

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Message-Driven Workflow – In Action!

Jun. 25, 2012 / By Tom Mairs

The following describes how to configure Message Systems Momentum to send an email reply with a current image of my coffee pot when it receives an email with the words "Show My Coffee Pot" in the subject line. Why? Heck - why not? If we can do THAT, we can do anything!

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Unleashing Lua

May. 23, 2012 / By Tom Mairs

Starting with Momentum Version 3.0, Message Systems has included an embedded copy of the Lua language in the bundle as a replacement for Sieve.

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Tech Tips: Unleashing Lua

Apr. 1, 2012 / By Tom Mairs

Starting with Momentum Version 3.0, Message Systems has included an embedded copy of the Lua language in the bundle as a replacement for Sieve. For years Message Systems customers used Sieve as a policy engine to script actions based on message details, but Sieve, even in its modified Sieve++ form, is limited.

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