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PBB User expecting to have shortcut button to view the next message instead of user have to quit (return to the queue) then only to select the next message in FTM-MER
1) User excepting Next button after opening the message from Message List page
2) To create shortcut button in MER Message EDITOR Screen.(currently 'F5'' function in MERVA), to view the next message instead of user have to quit (return to the queue) then only to select the next message in FTM-MER.
3) in MER Message List Screen, to select multiple messages at a time in one specific queue (i.e TCPAU2, once message is sentout successfully then subsequent message will auto be shown rather than currently User have to click ""Quit"" then back to queue and select the next message in FTM-MER)"
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