MacAT – The leading automated task scheduling application for
Macintosh server administrators

New MacAT v6.1 features (27th free upgrade for registered users)

-Carbon version ‘MacAT X 6.1′ implemented.
-Added “Perform Shell Command” task for MacOS X platform.
-Added “Boot Volume Free Space” to eMail Vocabulary.
-Added new task Send TELNET. Sends a telnet command to a Solaris UNIX server.
-“Uncompress File” now decompresses BZip, UUEncode, tar, binhex,
stuffit, Zip, AppleSingle, GZip and Lha (via FullStuff XCMD v2.4).
-Date column now sorts chronologically again (Including taking into
account the Time column).
-Possible fix for REALbasic ’28 day timer not restarting’ bug.

MacAT is a “cron” task scheduling application for Macintosh server
administrators. It is a PowerPC application that allows more than 42
of the most common MacOS tasks to be run daily, weekly, fortnightly,
monthly or yearly without user intervention.

These scheduled tasks include:
Launching Applications, Files and AppleScripts; Quitting individual
applications or alternatively quitting all currently running
processes; Rename and Delete any File or Folder; Hide and Show
applications, Mount remote AppleShare volumes; Copy Files or Folders
to mounted AppleShare volumes; Unmount nominated AppleShare volumes;
Restart or shutdown the Macintosh, eject Zip disks and send eMail.

$49 Shareware from MacSOS, Australia


Dr Gerard Hammond

MacSOS Consulting, 16 O’Donnell Ave, Guyra, 2365 NSW, Australia (02) 8200 1481