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TMLNKS-WIN TMWE0145 TeamLinks Mail V4.5 for Windows ECO Summary
TITLE: TMLNKS-WIN TMWE0145 TeamLinks Mail V4.5 for Windows ECO Summary


Modification Date:  24-JAN-2001
Modification Type:  New Kit.

 
Copyright (c) Compaq Computer Corporation 2000.  All rights reserved.

PRODUCT:    TeamLinks Mail V4.5 for Microsoft Windows [R]  

OP/SYS:     Windows 95
            Windows 2000
            Windows Me
            Windows NT

SOURCE:     Compaq Computer Corporation


ECO INFORMATION:

     ECO Kit Name:  TMWE0145
     ECO Kits Superseded by This ECO Kit:  None
     ECO Kit Approximate Size:  6451 Blocks
     Kit Applies To:  Windows 95
                      Windows 2000
                      Windows Me
                      Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 6a
     System/Cluster Reboot Necessary:  No

     Kit Dependencies:

       None



ECO KIT SUMMARY:

An ECO kit exists for TeamLinks V4.5 for Microsoft Windows 95, 
Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows Me and Microsoft Windows NT.
This kit addresses the following problems:

Problems Addressed in TMWE0145:

   o  Error when saving a document from Microsoft Excel

   o  Problem with printing Word documents from TeamLinks Information Manager

   o  No Error message when Microsoft Word 97 saves to TeamLinks and the
      Disk Quota is exceeded.

   o  Changes to the RTF Cover Memo style overwrites the page height entry.

   o  TeamLinks hangs while printing messages that have a blank cover memo.

   o  Changes to DEFAULTS.INI cause 'Index out of bounds' error

   o  Problem with cover memo styles when an ending file is attached.

   o  Error while installing TeamLinks using Microsoft SMS Installer.

   o  Icons on large toolbar buttons appear smudged.

   o  Error when editing a server based distribution list. 

   o  Install does not retain user customizations.

   o  Error when trying to drag/drop from TeamLinks to Windows Explorer. 

   o  Printing issues with copied mail messages.

   o  Printing a TeamLinks mail message shows the created time instead of
      the modified time.

   o  Warnings when reading copied messages.

   o  Problem with printing mail contents that exceeds one page. 

   o  Usercache entries are not deleted from the Windows Registry

   o  When creating the "Defaults" registry entry, Setup also writes the
      current user location.

   o  Send To | TeamLinks Mail is not available to all the users on
      Windows NT/2000.

   o  Windows 2000 Server are always detected as Windows NT Terminal
      Server.

   o  Documentation errors in Client Admin Guide.




The TeamLinks Mail V4.5 ECO #1 Kit contains fixes for the following TeamLinks
components:

XL7TLINT.XLA	TLINS32.EXE	TLINFO32.DLL
TLSTART.EXE     TLODMA32.DLL    TLSETUP.EXE
TLBTNBAR.OCX	CFCIOS32.DLL	TLSPL32.DLL
INFOMAN.EXE	TLCONV32.OCX	TLADDR32.OCX


INSTALLATION NOTES:

The user should have administrator rights before installing
TeamLinks V4.5 ECO#1.

Note: If the user runs the TeamLinks V4.5 Setup program after installing
      this ECO kit,ECO#1 will have to be re-installed to patch the newly 
      installed binaries.

The ECO Kit consists of two files, the cover letter "TMWE0145CVR.TXT"
and a self-extracting archive file "TMWE0145.EXE". The self-extracting
file expands into four files, DISK1.EXE, DISK2.EXE, DISK3.EXE and
DISK4.EXE that are also self-extracting. After expansion, install the
ECO by running the SETUP.EXE file included on the kit.

Note that the multiple DISK files serve to break the kit up into
diskette-sized components so the user can distribute the ECO to individual
users on diskettes. After expansion, simply copy the contents of each DISK
directory to a similarly labeled diskette.
           

INSTALLATION PROCEDURE:

1: Extract the contents of TMWE0145.EXE into a temporary directory
   by performing the following tasks. If this ECO Kit has already
   been extracted into a shared area, or to diskettes,

        a)   Launch an MS-DOS window.

        b)   Create a temporary directory (for example, C:\TLPATCH).

                C:\> MD TLPATCH

        c)   Set the current directory to the temporary directory.

                C:\> CD TLPATCH

        d)   Copy the self-extracting file TMWE0145.EXE to the temporary
             directory

        e)   Execute the self-extracting file. Be sure to include the file
             extension in the command.

                C:\TLPATCH> TMWE0145.EXE

             The following files are created in the temporary directory:
             DISK1.EXE
             DISK2.EXE
             DISK3.EXE
             DISK4.EXE

        f)   Execute the first self-extracting DISK file. The /D qualifier
             is required for the creation of subdirectories.

                C:\TLPATCH> DISK1 /D

        g)   Execute the second self-extracting DISK file using the /D
             qualifier to create subdirectories.

                C:\TLPATCH> DISK2 /D

        h)   Execute the third self-extracting DISK file using the /D
             qualifier to create subdirectories.

                C:\TLPATCH> DISK3 /D

        i)   Execute the fourth self-extracting DISK file using the /D
             qualifier to create subdirectories.

                C:\TLPATCH> DISK4 /D

             The ECO installation kit has been created in the sub-directories
             \DISK1, \DISK2, \DISK3 and \DISK4 in the temporary directory.

        j)   Return to the Windows operating system to install the ECO.

             The files TMWE0145.EXE, DISK1.EXE, DISK2.EXE, DISK3.EXE and
             DISK4.EXE can now be deleted, as they are no longer required.

2: Setup will determine how TeamLinks has been installed on the system and
   patch the files appropriately. This would involve either of the following:

           a)  Patching the Server Installation
           b)  Patching the Personal Copy that has been installed from the Server
           c)  Patching the Personal Copy that has been installed from the CD-ROM

      a)  Patching the Server Installation

             To patch the Server, the network administrator with write-access to the file
             share should use either a personal copy or a shared copy of TeamLinks that
             has been installed from the Server. Run SETUP.EXE from C:\TLPATCH\DISK1

             o If TeamLinks has been installed as a Personal Copy from the Server then the
               user will be provided with two options:

               - "Patch all the TeamLinks files on this system"
                 Use this option to patch the files installed on the local machine
               - "Patch all the TeamLinks files located on the network Server (Write Access
                 is required)"
                 Use this option to patch the files on the server. The patched files will
                 now be available for all other users. (This option requires write access
                 to the server)

             o If TeamLinks has been installed as a shared copy running from the Server,
               then the Server is patched without prompting the user.

     b)  Patching the Personal Copy that has been installed from the Server

             This can be done in two ways:

             - Run SETUP.EXE from C:\TLPATCH\DISK1 to directly patch the files on the
               local system.
             - If TLVERCHK.EXE is installed on the client system, it will detect that
               the server has been patched and automatically run the ECO setup program
               to patch the local copy of TeamLinks when the user next logs onto the
               system.

     c)  Patching a Personal Copy that has been installed from the CD-ROM

             If TeamLinks has been installed as Personal Copy from the distribution
             CD-ROM then, run SETUP.EXE from C:\TLPATCH\DISK1 to patch the files on
             the local system.

Files on this server are as follows:
»tmwe0145.README
»tmwe0145.CHKSUM
»tmwe0145.CVRLET_TXT
»tmwe0145.exe
»tmwe0145.CVRLET_TXT
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