[Spread-users] Can one send a message to be delivered later?

Ryan Caudy rcaudy at gmail.com
Fri Sep 9 21:05:42 EDT 2005

Sorry, but none of that functionality exists in Spread.  Spread is
simply a communication system, with no persistent storage or timed
delivery guarantees.  You could conceivably implement the
functionality you desire with a layer on top of Spread, acting as a
client in Spread terminology.


On 9/9/05, John Smith <uk_j_s at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Howdy folks, 
> I'm just learning Spread and can't seem to find a way to send a message to
> an application that hasn't yet connected. Is there any way for application A
> to send a message to application B when A must exit before B connects to
> Spread? Or as another related example, is there any way to send a message to
> a non-existant group and then later Join that group and receive the message?
> Or sending oneself a message, restarting the process, then receiving the
> message? 
> I realize that I'm asking about something that's probably outside of the
> intended functionality, but I have my fingers crossed.  ;-) 
> Thank you kindly, 
> JS 
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