Tip on using Pandion messenger: How to send a message to more contacts simultaneously


I’m writing this on the suggestion of Marius, who used to use the server for sending messages to everybody in the company. For those of you who don’t know Marius, it is very rare that anybody has a tip for himJ

So, the story is: a couple of month ago we began using Pandion as internal messenger system here at Ropardo. It has a clean interface and it proved to be stable.

Sometimes, e.g. when we are making the cash collection for an anniversary or we have a team lunch, everybody in the company needs to hear the message in a very short time.

One thing I like to do is to send a message to all my Pandion contacts, so that all colleagues get the info instantly, even those whose mailboxes are not open.

So how do you send a message to more contacts simultaneously?

You can do it very easily:

1. open your Pandion contact list

2. right click on a group’s name

3. click “send a broadcast message”

4. select all contacts, just one group or several contacts from several groups

5. write your message in the message box

6. click “Send”

Looking forward to your instant messages!

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1 thought on “Tip on using Pandion messenger: How to send a message to more contacts simultaneously”
  • admin says:

    Tip: when pasting a message (link) the Send button remains disabled. To enable it write a space (or any other letter) before or after the message and the button will change status.

    October 31, 2007 at 11:21 am

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