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Deliver is a complete solution to send files across the Internet and local networks with email notifications. It supports FTP, SFTP, Amazon S3 and other major services, and offers automatic email delivery notifications, compression, delivery to multiple destinations and much more. The notification messages are based on variable templates and contain the download link to your file and other delivery details.
The highlight of the 2.7.5 release is that it fixes some critical bugs on broker, proxy, and storage, including message/data loss, broker deadlock, and connection leak. Note that 2.7.5 is the last release of 2.7.x.
Deliver Express Standard is an automated solution to send and share files easily across the Internet and local networks. Deliver Express Standard lets you send files to up to 50 locations (Enterprise license allows an unlimited number of locations). Deliver Express processes files automatically from hot folders and offers automatic e-mail notifications, multi-destination transfer, detailed delivery history and much more. Deliver Express is suitable as an enterprise solution, as well as for single users.
As a company-wide solution, it can process deliveries absolutely unattended on a dedicated station serving an entire workgroup. It's an ideal solution for ad agencies, audio and video recording studios, publications and others. The program supports FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3, Google Storage, AFP, SMB and local destinations.
2.1 We will arrange the delivery of the Goods to the Delivery Address provided by the customer at the point they submit to this order. It is the customer's responsibility to provide an accurate Delivery Address and there is an option when placing your order to provide delivery instructions. We cannot be responsible for orders sent to incorrect addresses if the address in question was provided at the point of order. If you wish to update your Delivery Address after your order is submitted, please call our team on 0800 328 23 23 as soon as possible and we will do our best to help you. This phone line is open from 9am to 5:30pm, UK time.
2.3 Our obligation to arrange the delivery of the Goods will be discharged when the Goods are received and signed for at the Delivery Address by a person who appears to be: (i) authorised to take delivery and sign the delivery documentation presented by the courier and (ii) over 18. We cannot accept any instructions to leave the Goods in any location, however secure, without being signed for.
2.4 In most cases, we will use an external courier to deliver the Goods. All Orders will be delivered on working days, between 8am and 9pm for residential addresses and between 8am and 6pm for business addresses. We cannot specify the time at which Goods will be delivered. For the avoidance of doubt, time shall not be of the essence for delivery of the Goods.
2.5 The carrier will attempt to deliver the Goods two times, after which the intended recipient will be responsible for making arrangements with the carrier for delivery of the Goods. The carrier will return your Order to us, usually within 7 days following the failed third attempt, if it has not been collected or a suitable redelivery agreed with the carrier. If the Order needs to be dispatched again, either to the Delivery Address or another address, such dispatch shall be subject to an additional delivery charge, in line with those stated here.
2.7.2 Orders over 100 in value: may be eligible for free Standard Delivery, provided that the Goods are delivered to a single recipient at a single Delivery Address. For the purposes of calculating the value of your basket to be eligible for Free Shipping, Local Beer will be excluded. This is because Local Beer is shipped separately from one of our shops and the delivery cost is included in the price of each case of Local Beer;
2.7.5 Where you purchase or are eligible for Standard Delivery for the Goods, we shall use our reasonable endeavours to deliver such Goods within 3 Working Days of the order being confirmed to Delivery Addresses in the United Kingdom and 7 Working Days to Delivery Address with the postcodes set out in the table at the bottom of this page.
2.7.7 The deadline for despatching orders to be delivered the next working day is 2pm, UK time. Next-Day Delivery purchased as part of orders placed after 2pm will be despatched the following working day.
2.7.5 Where Next Day Delivery is selected for the Goods, we shall use our reasonable endeavours to deliver such Goods by the Next Working Day of the order being confirmed before 2pm Monday to Thursday per 2.7.7 and within 72 hours to Delivery Address with the postcodes set out in the table at the bottom of this page. No guarantee can be made on next working day deliveries as this service relies on the availability and schedule of our courier partners.
2.7.9 Orders placed with Saturday Delivery for delivery to more than one recipient and address will be subject to the Saturday Delivery charge for each different recipient: the charges set out above will apply for each recipient, for each address;
2.7.10 Where you purchase Saturday Delivery for the Goods, we shall use our reasonable endeavours to deliver such Goods on the Saturday, provided that the Order is placed before 2pm on the preceding Friday. Saturday Delivery is not available for the places listed in the table at the bottom of this page or to business addresses. This table also applies to Next Day delivery.
PSP is responsible for identifying and delivering returns to Field Exam. Those returns can come from a variety of sources. This chapter covers how to determine the number of returns needed, how to place a DIF order, and procedures for surveying excess inventory.
It generally takes 8 to 12 weeks for an original return Martinsburg Computing Center (MCC) Discriminant Function (DIF) order to be delivered for classification; therefore, the PSP must plan well in advance. Compliance Data Environment (CDE) orders take 1 to 2 weeks to be ready for classification. The \"needs analysis\" should project future requirements for 5-6 months.
PSP should always be aware of training needs. The PSP area coordinators should stay in close communication with the SB/SE area training coordinator. A separate analysis must be done for training needs early enough to ensure returns are timely classified and delivered.
After determining the number of returns needed, the PSP Territory Manager (or designee) should determine the activity codes needed to deliver a balanced work plan. The mix of returns started each month must be monitored to maintain the optimal return mix of inventory. The optimal return mix of inventory is calculated separately for DIF returns than the overall exam plan. One method to facilitate this effort is a \"return starts analysis.\"
Non-DIF starts needed are independent of the DIF Optimal Mix and should be calculated to deliver the exam plan pro rata.Calculation: Non-DIF exam plan mix - mix accomplished. See Figure 4.1.2-1a Primary Non-DIF Strategy Calculation Example - Area Level.
If a shortage of resources exists in any major category of the exam plan, the affected Area Director and the PSP Territory Manager will take the appropriate actions to redirect inventory and to deliver a balanced exam plan.
All individual returns are computer scored under the DIF system. DIF returns are generally ordered, but some returns are delivered to examination as automatics for manual screening without a return order being placed. These returns are identified as automatics by the use of audit codes. Audit codes can be found on Form 5546, Examination Return Charge-Out Sheet, and on page 2 of the AMDISA print. Audit codes are listed in IRM 3.11.3-3, Audit Codes.
Corporation returns having no balance sheet or assets under $10,000,000 are computer scored under the DIF system. Formula numbers are used to identify the asset classes when ordering corporate returns on Form 6897, Corporation Returns Orders. High asset returns, activity codes 219 through 230, are not DIF scored and are delivered automatically to classification at the Ogden Large Business & International (LB&I) Campus. The corporation DIF system includes:
The PSP Territory Manager (or designee) is responsible for submitting orders so returns are received ratably during the fiscal year. Ratable is defined as a manner of ordering so all returns with similar DIF scores, regardless of the filing date, have an equal chance of being delivered to classification.
Current file year individual DIF returns (activity codes 270 through 281) will be ordered so deliveries for total individual returns, when measured as a percent of the total DIF individual examination plan adjusted for select rate and delivery, will not exceed the following:
As a guideline, DIF BMF return orders, when measured as a percent of the examination plan, should not exceed 200 percent of the total DIF examination plan adjusted for select rate and delivery rate for any DIF formula.
Background: In modern obstetrics practice has witnessed an increase in the caesarean section rates everywhere. The incidence of instrumental deliveries varies between 10-12% in UK. The incidence of instrumental deliveries varies between 2.7-5% in India. There is an urgent need to reintroduce instrumental need in the modern obstetrics. Instrumental delivery is one of the basic functions of emergency care according to WHO. This study was done to know the prevalence, indications and fetal outcomes of forceps deliveries.
Methods: A retrospective study was conducted at a tertiary teaching hospital, India from January 2014 to December 2018. All cephalic singleton pregnant mothers who underwent forceps delivery after 28 weeks were included. All the forceps delivery done in twins and breech vaginal delivery were excluded. Demographic data, Indication of forceps delivery, maternal complications of forceps delivery like episiotomy extension, cervical tear, vaginal wall tear, PPH and neonatal outcome like low birth weight, NICU admissions, stillbirth, APGAR score at 1 and 5 minutes were recorded. Equal number of mothers of reproductive age group 20-45 ages who underwent normal non breech vaginal deliveries were randomly selected as control. 59ce067264