From Triage Documentation
Triage messaging tray iconYou may access the Triage Messaging application through an icon on the system tray. For most Windows systems, the tray icon is found on the lower right corner of your desktop. The Triage Messaging icon is the butterfly icon (shown below circled in red).
Send a test message
You can send a test message by going to your tray-icon menu and click on the menu item named “Options.” In the options window, you will see a “Send a Message” button. Select the message type, destination and text you want to send.
Test versus live mode
After installation, the Triage Messaging program is initially set on test mode.
You can test your message output from your TradeStation EasyLanguage code without sending your messages to a live messaging service. In test mode, all test messages will only be displayed in a test message window.
This is designed for your protection. Sending too many messages can be costly and permanently ban you from many public message networks. By previewing your messages in test mode, you will know exactly what you are doing.
When you are ready to send live messages, just turn off test mode through the tray icon menu. Go to the tray icon, and select the Mode menu item to toggle from test mode to live mode. You should see the Mode menu item turn from Mode [Test - white] to Mode [Live - yellow].
WARNING: New users will often accidentally send hundreds of messages because their EasyLanguage code loops through program logic without proper conditional restrictions. For phone, mobile and fax service, each message is charged to your account. For e-mail and instant messages, internet and messaging networks can temporarily or permanently ban your computer or IP address for excessive traffic.