When someone on the local system sends a message that PMDF routes via
ANJE, that user's username is used in
the user part of the message tag. NJE status and log messages produced
as the message traverses the network will then be sent back to the
originating user. This can be annoying, and some sites can want to
suppress these messages.
nolocaluser keyword, when specified in a Jnet or ANJE
channel block, inhibits the use of usernames as the user tag. The name
used in the tag is then controlled with the
described in the PMDF System Manager's Guide. The
enables this usage and is the default.
nolocaluser keyword has no effect on non-Jnet or ANJE
channels and also has no effect on messages that originated on a system
other than the local system.