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I have experimented with using the @sendmail command with a command button. The basic flow was that a patient would call a central call center from there home or Drs Office. The rep on the phone would collect the necessary information and schedule the patient at a specific location. The rep would press the command button and based on the facility location element an e-mail was generated to that location with the patient data and all necessary information. By the time the patient could hang up the phone and drive to the location the office was already aware of there arrival with all the needed patient data. I was pretty much successful at getting all this to work.
  Robert Scott
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Sesame Database Manager is compatible with Symantec Q&A. Q & A users will find that Sesame uses many of the same keystrokes, the same search syntax, and almost the same programming syntax as used in a Q&A database. Sesame can also translate Q&A databases. Find out more.


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Many commands from Q&A are the same in Sesame

If you're planning to migrate from Symantec's Q&A to Sesame, you'll be happy to know that the most often used Q&A keyboard commands work the same way in Sesame. Need to start a new search? Just press F7. Want to delete the current record or clear a spec? Hit F3. The F10 and F9 keys move you to the next record and back, just like Q&A. F6 opens the Field Editor and Shift-F5 dittos the previous record. Sesame supports more than a dozen of the most popular Q&A keyboard shortcuts.
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Q&A
Sesame
F1
Help
Help
F3
Delete Record
Delete Record
F6
Edit
Edit
F7
Search
Search
F8
Calculate
Calculate
F9
Previous Record
Previous Record
F10
Next Record
Next Record
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Add, edit, and search for information like Q&A

If you're coming to Sesame from Q&A, you'll find Sesame's data entry a breeze right from the start. Sesame uses the familiar Add Data and Search Update modes just like Q&A. To search your database, you choose Search/Update and Sesame displays the Retrieve Spec. You fill it out just as you would in Q&A. If you want the "Jones" records, you simply type Jones in the Last Name field and press F10. If you want all the records where the ZIP Code begins with "92", you type 92.. in the Zip field. To find the records where the email address field isn't empty, just type /= in it and hit F10. Sesame not only supports the same begins with, ends with, contains, greater than and lesser than search syntax as Q&A, it even supports Q&A-style programmed retrieves! But Sesame does much more. Sesame's powerful universal search lets you search all the fields in all the records. Other conveniently accessible search options let you do things like drill down, add to results, remove from results, and more!
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Translate databases quickly and accurately

You can use your Q&A database in Sesame within minutes. Sesame's exclusive Q&A Translator intelligently translates your Q&A form design, all of your records (data), field format settings, form programming, lookup table, saved Retrieve, Sort and Mass Update specs, field restrictions, the basic format and structure of your columnar reports and your color palette settings. Sesame's Q&A Translator doesn't alter the original Q&A database at all it uses a copy of it.
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Sesame is easy to use program and it is especially made for non-programmers and neophytes like myself. Compared to other programs in the market, learning curve is gentler.
  Bharat Naik, MD
Director - Bronzeville Medical Center