Outpost Add-ons


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An Add-on is an external message client programs that can format a message for a specific use by a jurisdiction. Outpost interfaces with add-ons through its Enhanced Message Service capability. This page includes add-ons under development or in production.


WA WL2K ICS213RR PacFORM

EVALUATON ONLY -- This PacFORM is a test migration of the WL2K ICS213RR form for use with Outpost using the PacFORM control structure. Documentation is pending.

Release: Version: 1.0 | 12 April 2020

NOTE! Requires Outpost PMM v3.3c080 or later prior to install.

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PIO Public Notice PacFORM

BETA Version -- This PacFORM is used to capture a notice form an EOC/PIO that needs to be pushed out to the community. This is actually very useful for field packet teams who need to make information available to the community. If a paper-based bulletin board is available, the output from this form is printer-ready and suitable for posting. Documentation is pending.

Release: Version: 4.7 | 9 March 2020

NOTE! Requires Outpost PMM v3.3c080 or later prior to install.

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Alt911 Call Taking System

BETA Version 22.1 -- Alt911 Call Taking System (Alt911cts) supports passing formatted 9-1-1 messages within Santa Clara County CA to the PSAP (Public Safety Access Point). This addon is still under development, but is available to understand how addons work.

Release: Version: 3.3 c022.1 | 1 June 2020

NOTE! Requires Outpost PMM v3.3c080 or later prior to install.

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ICS213 Message Maker, Stand-alone

This is a stand-alone installation program for the Ics213mm program. Use this installer when setting up a remote PC that does not need the entire Outpost suite.

Release: Version: 3.2 c034 | May 9, 2017
MD5 Key: 175c63b76d5f01ed25a790b55b0ad60d (What is this?)
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WinMD5

WinMD5.exe is a freeware program for Windows that implements the MD5 algorithm. This program produces a 16 byte ''fingerprint'' of whatever it is aimed at that can then be used to confirm that the file posted up on a website is the file you expect. Read how Outpost uses WinMD5 here.

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