MEX (Modem Executive programme) contains all the features given to you in UKM7 but with lots more added to allow you to autodial numbers ad nauseam until they become free (strictly against BT regulations), and the ability to fine tune the program to your exact requirements and save all these changes and phone numbers inside the programme itself with the "CLONE" command.
How about commonly used pieces of text like your name. IDnumbers, or password? These can all be saved away as 'keystrings' sent out for you by pressing [EXIT] then the key you saved it under. To make things even easier, you can store in a file the sequence of commands that would log you onto a system, and read these in automatically.
There is nothing to stop you taking it one step further and in fact writing an ASCII file of commands that will set up MEX how you want it, dial the number for you until free, logon, download all the messages waiting for you and sign off. Because of MEX's complexity, there is no doubting it will take time to learn ALL its possibilities and commands, because of this a very fast and comprehensive help menu is on hand at all times. Need help with the CALL command? Easy, type in HELP CALL