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Posted 23 November 2011 - 08:33 AM

aka 'Call Out'

Version 32000 is BETA. This should work without flaws but please be mindful of the possibility of bugs.

This will generate a global message just like the one you see here about IPS being closed for Thanksgiving.

Options include:
- Enable/disable
- All groups or group selection
- Start/end date (time too if you know how to format it)
- Message itself.

The start/end date is based on GMT time. Figured that would be the easiest way to handle it and to keep it simple.

Just install, navigate to system settings/hooks, adjust the settings and it's good to go!

This has been tested on 3.2.2. It might be compatible with 3.1.x but I'm not sure.

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