"Nag" warnings appear when a Remote Database is opened, and is approaching "sync expiration".
Add to the Remote Database creation wizard, the ability to set an expiration date for Database Maintenance, that would pop up a similar "nag" and ask "would you like to do Maintenance now?"
Have it default to the same 30 days as the "sync expiration"
Why not just use the ACT! Scheduler to run database maintenance ever day?
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i submitted that idea also...
it wouldn't hurt to have both implemented. An operational Scheduler task would prevent this "nag" message from appearing. And if the Scheduler stops working, as it frequently does, you get the "nag".
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