• Re: NetMail for PCBoard

    From Dario Figueroa@1:124/5015 to Holger Granholm on Sun Oct 23 05:28:00 2022
    I've responded to this from my WildCat board, but I also received this in my PCBoard bbs and want to respond again to see if it gets out there.

    Still interested in that txt file.

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.4/250 Beta
    * Origin: PCB Prison Board, Mesquite. Tx (1:124/5015)
  • From Dario Figueroa@1:124/5015 to Holger Granholm on Sun Oct 23 13:18:00 2022
    Trying to setup Netmail in my PCBoard bbs. Does someone have a doc RF>
    or txt file that explains how to do this?

    I have a text file describing the entire Fidonet configuration, incl. Netmail, for PCBoard. In uncompressed state it's 44+Kb.

    Have a nice day,

    Holger

    Trying a response from the PCBoard Prison Board to see if you get this. Am receiving but don't see any I sent from here.

    Do you know a Mario Mueller, he wrote a ppe on door menu system I would li,e
    to register. Just thought I would ask

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.4/250 Beta
    * Origin: PCB Prison Board, Mesquite. Tx (1:124/5015)
  • From Dario Figueroa@1:124/5015 to Joe Delahaye on Wed Oct 26 14:16:00 2022
    Do you have your echos/conferences set up properly, and set to Fido? Are you using the built in Fido mailer, or something else? Intermail does PCB natively.

    Using IRex with the built in Fido mailer. I have conferences set to 5 and I have addded my uplink in the user database and have an R next to each confernce.

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.4/250 Beta
    * Origin: PCB Prison Board, Mesquite. Tx (1:124/5015)
  • From Dario Figueroa@1:124/5015 to Joe Delahaye on Wed Oct 26 19:06:53 2022
    It may be possible. Just not from the oringial author. He sold it. Right now I dont remember who purchased the code. He never did anything with it.

    I just wish I could get echo msgs going out with PCBoard. Like I said no trouble getting it in.
    Well if You think of anything please let me know.
    The built in fido tosser should extract the mail packets. Irex should be able to do the mailing using binkd. It will do either binkley (BSO) style or arc attach style like PCB uses. Unless you have more then two downlinks, it is free.

    I have a registered version of IRex. I got PCB to send out echo mail. This message should have tag line from this bbs.

    It it keeps working I won't have to worry about any changes to the mail system like getting Intermail, etc.

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.4/250 Beta
    * Origin: PCB Prison Board, Mesquite. Tx (1:124/5015)
  • From Dario Figueroa@1:124/5015 to Holger Granholm on Wed Oct 26 19:06:53 2022
    Any questions??

    First, get a mail-/QWK-reader. MultiMail is a FREE and decent QWK reader available for most operating systems. Instead of the built-in editor I would recommend the old Windows "EDIT.COM" or the "The Semware Editor" (TSE4JR.ZIP), formerly QEdit, though not free and I think awailable also for Windows.

    Then create a directory for the incoming/outgoing mail.

    Then, by issuing the command "qw d" at a PCB command promt from SYSOP-.., download a QWK packet that will contain messages from the areas you have subscribed to. PCB will ask where to put the downloaded mail packet.
    You must get your mail-/QWK-reader to pull in the messages from the QWK- packet you have downloaded. That is specified in the setup of the mail program.

    Your reply or originating messages will be packed into a QWK packet to the same directory as the received mail.

    Then, when finished, go to a PCB command prompt from SYSOP-.. and issue the command, "qw u". PCB will ask for the directory of the packet and will then import it for further distribution to your host.

    Next time you pull in a qwk packet from you host, you will also receive copies of your sent messages.

    Any questions??

    No and many thanks. I do have paid for qedit program and I use that always as an editor.

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.4/250 Beta
    * Origin: PCB Prison Board, Mesquite. Tx (1:124/5015)
  • From Ruben Figueroa@1:124/5014 to All on Wed Oct 21 15:34:04 2015
    Trying to setup Netmail in my PCBoard bbs. Does someone have a doc or txt
    file that explains how to do this?

    |15Ruben Figueroa
    |12M|04ystic |12P|04rison |12B|04oard |12S|04ysop |13telnet://pb.darktech.org:24
    |11Web: |14www.rdfig.net

    --- Mystic BBS v1.11 A2 (Windows)
    * Origin: Mystic Prison Board*Mesquite Tx*pb.darktech.org:24 (1:124/5014)
  • From ROBERT WOLFE@1:116/18 to RUBEN FIGUEROA on Thu Oct 22 21:28:00 2015
    Ruben Figueroa wrote to All <=-

    Trying to setup Netmail in my PCBoard bbs. Does someone have a doc or
    txt file that explains how to do this?

    I still have the original PCBoard documentation (PCBoard and the PPLC manuals).

    ... 2 + 2 = 5 for extremely large values of 2.
    --- MultiMail/Darwin v0.50
    * Origin: Omicron Theta | Memphis, TN | winserver.us (1:116/18)
  • From Holger Granholm@2:20/228 to Ruben Figueroa on Thu Oct 22 12:34:00 2015
    In a message on Thursday 10-21-15 Ruben Figueroa said to All:

    Hello Ruben,

    Trying to setup Netmail in my PCBoard bbs. Does someone have a doc
    or txt file that explains how to do this?

    I have a text file describing the entire Fidonet configuration, incl.
    Netmail, for PCBoard. In uncompressed state it's 44+Kb.

    Have a nice day,

    Holger

    ___
    * MR/2 2.30 * Software independent: Won't work with ANY software.


    --- PCBoard (R) v15.22 (OS/2) 2
    * Origin: Coming to you from the Sunny Aland Islands. (2:20/228)
  • From Ruben Figueroa@1:124/5014 to Holger Granholm on Sat Oct 24 21:25:40 2015

    I have a text file describing the entire Fidonet configuration, incl. Netmail, for PCBoard. In uncompressed state it's 44+Kb.

    Have a nice day,

    Holger

    Could you send me that file? You can email it: rdfigueroa@gmail.com

    I can send and receive netmail and receive net echo mail, but for some reason
    I am not getting my replies out from the echo.

    |15Ruben Figueroa
    |12M|04ystic |12P|04rison |12B|04oard |12S|04ysop |13telnet://pb.darktech.org:24
    |11Web: |14www.rdfig.net

    --- Mystic BBS v1.11 A2 (Windows)
    * Origin: Mystic Prison Board*Mesquite Tx*pb.darktech.org:24 (1:124/5014)
  • From RUBEN FIGUEROA@1:124/5013 to ROBERT WOLFE on Fri Oct 23 05:07:10 2015
    Ruben Figueroa wrote to All <=-

    Trying to setup Netmail in my PCBoard bbs. Does someone have a doc or txt file that explains how to do this?

    I still have the original PCBoard documentation (PCBoard and the PPLC manuals).

    ... 2 + 2 = 5 for extremely large values of 2.
    --- MultiMail/Darwin v0.50
    * Origin: Omicron Theta | Memphis, TN | winserver.us (1:116/18)

    Thanks, I found mine at last.
    --- Platinum Xpress/Win/WINServer v3.0pr5
    * Origin: Prison Board BBS Mesquite Tx //telnet.RDFIG.NET www. (1:124/5013)
  • From RUBEN FIGUEROA@1:124/5013 to Holger Granholm on Fri Oct 23 05:09:36 2015
    In a message on Thursday 10-21-15 Ruben Figueroa said to All:

    Hello Ruben,

    Trying to setup Netmail in my PCBoard bbs. Does someone have a doc
    or txt file that explains how to do this?

    I have a text file describing the entire Fidonet configuration, incl. Netmail, for PCBoard. In uncompressed state it's 44+Kb.

    Have a nice day,

    Holger

    ___
    * MR/2 2.30 * Software independent: Won't work with ANY software.


    --- PCBoard (R) v15.22 (OS/2) 2
    * Origin: Coming to you from the Sunny Aland Islands. (2:20/228)

    Thanks that would be helpful to compare to how I have mine setup. I got netmail working and was able to send netmail to the uplink and am
    getting fidonet echo. But I am not sure I have evrything correct.

    Where would I get that from?

    --- Platinum Xpress/Win/WINServer v3.0pr5
    * Origin: Prison Board BBS Mesquite Tx //telnet.RDFIG.NET www. (1:124/5013)
  • From Holger Granholm@2:20/228 to Ruben Figueroa on Sun Oct 25 09:23:00 2015
    In a message on Sunday 10-24-15 Ruben Figueroa said to Holger Granholm:

    Hello Ruben,

    Could you send me that file? You can email it:
    rdfigueroa@gmail.com

    I'll zip it and see how I can send it to you.

    But PLEASE DO NOT REPLY to the system through which I send it.
    *********************************

    I can send and receive netmail and receive net echo mail, but for
    some reason I am not getting my replies out from the echo.

    I'm using a separate QWK-program to read/reply echo- and net-mail
    because I don't like the built-in editor of PCB. All QWK-programs
    I know can use an editor of your choice.

    First, I download a QWK-packet with PCB to a directory and then I read
    and reply to the net- and echo-mail in the packet with the QWK-program.
    After finnishing the contents the replies will be sent to (in my case),
    the directory that PCB will look for replies to upload.

    Then I order PCB to upload the new packet for transmitting it to my Fido
    host, next time I connect (poll) him.


    Regards,

    Holger

    ---
    MR/2 2.30 'Keep the smoke inside.' -- 1st Rule of Electronics.

    * Origin: Coming to you from the Sunny Aland Islands. (2:20/228)
  • From Ruben Figueroa@1:124/5014 to Holger Granholm on Mon Oct 26 10:37:48 2015
    But PLEASE DO NOT REPLY to the system through which I send it.
    *********************************

    You got it. Only trouble I am having is that echo mail does not go out like when I respond to a message for instance in PCBoard echo, never see it hit
    the boards.

    Ruben Figueroa
    Mystic Prison Board Sysop
    telnet://pb.darktech.org:24
    Web: www.rdfig.net

    --- Mystic BBS v1.11 A3 (Windows)
    * Origin: Mystic Prison Board*Mesquite Tx*pb.darktech.org:24 (1:124/5014)
  • From Joe Delahaye@1:249/303 to Ruben Figueroa on Mon Oct 26 12:57:06 2015
    Re: Re: NetMail for PCBoard
    By: Ruben Figueroa to Holger Granholm on Mon Oct 26 2015 10:37:48

    You got it. Only trouble I am having is that echo mail does not go out like when I respond to a message for instance in PCBoard echo, never see it hit the boards.



    Do you have your echos/conferences set up properly, and set to Fido? Are you using the built in Fido mailer, or something else? Intermail does PCB natively.

    ... Everybody should believe in something: I believe I'll have another drink. --- SBBSecho 2.27-Win32
    * Origin: The Lions Den BBS, Trenton, On, CDN (1:249/303)
  • From Ruben Figueroa@1:124/5014 to Joe Delahaye on Mon Oct 26 14:20:23 2015
    |10On 10/26/15, Joe Delahaye said the following...|10
    Do you have your echos/conferences set up properly, and set to Fido?
    Are you using the built in Fido mailer, or something else? Intermail
    does PCB natively.


    In conferences all are set to 5 which means it is a FIDO conference. I have also added my uplink as a fido user. Don't have Intermail and I don't want
    one that can't be registered. If it can be registered I'll get it.

    I am using IRex and I told pcb that fido is active and can send mail, but I have the dialout function set to not dial out and no modem is selected as
    this is a telnet only board.

    Ruben Figueroa
    Mystic Prison Board Sysop
    telnet://pb.darktech.org:24
    Web: www.rdfig.net

    --- Mystic BBS v1.11 A3 (Windows)
    * Origin: Mystic Prison Board*Mesquite Tx*pb.darktech.org:24 (1:124/5014)
  • From Joe Delahaye@1:249/303 to Ruben Figueroa on Mon Oct 26 19:47:17 2015
    Re: Re: NetMail for PCBoard
    By: Ruben Figueroa to Joe Delahaye on Mon Oct 26 2015 14:20:23

    In conferences all are set to 5 which means it is a FIDO conference. I have also added my uplink as a fido user. Don't have Intermail and I don't want one that can't be registered. If it can be registered I'll get it.

    I am using IRex and I told pcb that fido is active and can send mail, but I have the dialout function set to not dial out and no modem is selected as this is a telnet only board.

    Yes I used Rex until very recently myself. My Intermail (like Front Door - pretty much the same base code) is registered, but I stopped using it because I wanted a 32 bit front end so that POTS calls could be treated like Telnet calls. Thus I am using Taurus for incoming POTS calls. At the time, PCB stopped being developped due to Clark Dev. going bankrupt, any further web based development disappeared, including thoughts of telnet. There was a means, but it cost a bunch of money at the time. I believe that option is still available, but not sure if it cost money any more.
    --- SBBSecho 2.27-Win32
    * Origin: The Lions Den BBS, Trenton, On, CDN (1:249/303)
  • From Ruben Figueroa@1:124/5014 to Joe Delahaye on Mon Oct 26 19:26:14 2015
    Yes I used Rex until very recently myself. My Intermail (like Front
    Door - pretty much the same base code) is registered, but I stopped
    using it because I wanted a 32 bit front end so that POTS calls could be treated like Telnet calls. Thus I am using Taurus for incoming POTS calls. At the time, PCB stopped being developped due to Clark Dev.
    going bankrupt, any further web based development disappeared, including thoughts of telnet. There was a means, but it cost a bunch of money at the time. I believe that option is still available, but not sure if it cost money any more. --- SBBSecho 2.27-Win32

    Well I am using Net2BBS and NetFoss. I have a couple of doors running and
    will add more. The only thing lacking is PCB does not support door32.sys. I have a door that uses it and it is handy but not critical.

    Do you know if Intermail is still available for registration? I had PCB running as a dial up for about 3 yrs before Clark went bankrupt and ran it
    for I think for another two years before I bought Santronics WInServer, which is still in use. I got that in 2000/1 and it is still running.

    I just wish I could get echo msgs going out with PCBoard. Like I said no trouble getting it in.

    Well if You think of anything please let me know.

    Ruben Figueroa
    Mystic Prison Board Sysop
    telnet://pb.darktech.org:24
    Web: www.rdfig.net

    --- Mystic BBS v1.11 A3 (Windows)
    * Origin: Mystic Prison Board*Mesquite Tx*pb.darktech.org:24 (1:124/5014)
  • From Holger Granholm@2:20/228 to Ruben Figueroa on Mon Oct 26 09:27:00 2015
    In a message on Monday 10-23-15 Ruben Figueroa said to Holger Granholm:

    Hi Ruben,

    I have a text file describing the entire Fidonet configuration, incl. Netmail, for PCBoard. In uncompressed state it's 44+Kb.

    Thanks that would be helpful to compare to how I have mine setup. I
    got netmail working and was able to send netmail to the uplink and
    am getting fidonet echo. But I am not sure I have evrything correct.

    Where would I get that from?

    My aim is to send it today.

    Regards,

    Holger

    ___
    * MR/2 2.30 * Yo moma's so fat she's called Windows!

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.22 (OS/2) 2
    * Origin: Coming to you from the Sunny Aland Islands. (2:20/228)
  • From Joe Delahaye@1:249/303 to Ruben Figueroa on Tue Oct 27 11:07:02 2015
    Re: Re: NetMail for PCBoard
    By: Ruben Figueroa to Joe Delahaye on Mon Oct 26 2015 19:26:14

    Well I am using Net2BBS and NetFoss. I have a couple of doors running and will add more. The only thing lacking is PCB does not support door32.sys. I have a door that uses it and it is handy but not critical.

    Do you know if Intermail is still available for registration? I had PCB running as a dial up for about 3 yrs before Clark went bankrupt and ran it for I think for another two years before I bought Santronics WInServer, which is still in use. I got that in 2000/1 and it is still running.

    It may be possible. Just not from the oringial author. He sold it. Right now I dont remember who purchased the code. He never did anything with it.


    I just wish I could get echo msgs going out with PCBoard. Like I said no trouble getting it in.

    Well if You think of anything please let me know.

    The built in fido tosser should extract the mail packets. Irex should be able to do the mailing using binkd. It will do either binkley (BSO) style or arc attach style like PCB uses. Unless you have more then two downlinks, it is free.
    --- SBBSecho 2.27-Win32
    * Origin: The Lions Den BBS, Trenton, On, CDN (1:249/303)
  • From Ruben Figueroa@1:124/5014.2 to Joe Delahaye on Tue Oct 27 10:37:00 2015

    It may be possible. Just not from the oringial author. He sold it. Right now I dont remember who purchased the code. He never did anything with it.

    I just wish I could get echo msgs going out with PCBoard. Like I said no trouble getting it in.
    Well if You think of anything please let me know.
    The built in fido tosser should extract the mail packets. Irex should be able to do the mailing using binkd. It will do either binkley (BSO) style or arc attach style like PCB uses. Unless you have more then two downlinks, it is free.

    I have a registered version of IRex. I got PCB to send out echo mail. This message should have tag line from this bbs.

    It it keeps working I won't have to worry about any changes to the mail system like getting Intermail, etc.

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.3/2
    * Origin: PCB Prison Board, Mesquite. Tx (1:124/5014.2)
  • From RUBEN FIGUEROA@1:124/5013 to Joe Delahaye on Tue Oct 27 04:37:22 2015
    Re: Re: NetMail for PCBoard
    By: Ruben Figueroa to Joe Delahaye on Mon Oct 26 2015 14:20:23

    In conferences all are set to 5 which means it is a FIDO conference. I have also added my uplink as a fido user. Don't have Intermail and I
    don't
    want one that can't be registered. If it can be registered I'll get it.

    I am using IRex and I told pcb that fido is active and can send mail,
    but
    I have the dialout function set to not dial out and no modem is
    selected
    as this is a telnet only board.

    Yes I used Rex until very recently myself. My Intermail (like Front Door - pretty much the same base code) is registered, but I stopped using it
    because
    I wanted a 32 bit front end so that POTS calls could be treated like Telnet calls. Thus I am using Taurus for incoming POTS calls. At the time, PCB stopped being developped due to Clark Dev. going bankrupt, any further web based development disappeared, including thoughts of telnet. There was a means, but it cost a bunch of money at the time. I believe that option is still available, but not sure if it cost money any more.
    --- SBBSecho 2.27-Win32
    * Origin: The Lions Den BBS, Trenton, On, CDN (1:249/303)

    Do you have any more information on the web developed portion Clark Dev
    was working on? Availability or where?
    --- Platinum Xpress/Win/WINServer v3.0pr5
    * Origin: Prison Board BBS Mesquite Tx //telnet.RDFIG.NET www. (1:124/5013)
  • From RUBEN FIGUEROA@1:124/5013 to Holger Granholm on Tue Oct 27 04:37:58 2015
    In a message on Monday 10-23-15 Ruben Figueroa said to Holger Granholm:

    Hi Ruben,

    I have a text file describing the entire Fidonet configuration, incl. Netmail, for PCBoard. In uncompressed state it's 44+Kb.

    Thanks that would be helpful to compare to how I have mine setup. I
    got netmail working and was able to send netmail to the uplink and
    am getting fidonet echo. But I am not sure I have evrything correct.

    Where would I get that from?

    My aim is to send it today.

    Regards,

    Holger

    ___
    * MR/2 2.30 * Yo moma's so fat she's called Windows!

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.22 (OS/2) 2
    * Origin: Coming to you from the Sunny Aland Islands. (2:20/228)

    Thanks!
    --- Platinum Xpress/Win/WINServer v3.0pr5
    * Origin: Prison Board BBS Mesquite Tx //telnet.RDFIG.NET www. (1:124/5013)
  • From Holger Granholm@2:20/228 to Ruben Figueroa on Tue Oct 27 09:28:00 2015
    In a message on Tuesday 10-26-15 Ruben Figueroa said to Holger Granholm:

    Good morning Ruben,

    You got it. Only trouble I am having is that echo mail does not go
    out like when I respond to a message for instance in PCBoard echo,
    never see it hit the boards.

    First, get a mail-/QWK-reader. MultiMail is a FREE and decent QWK reader available for most operating systems. Instead of the built-in editor I
    would recommend the old Windows "EDIT.COM" or the "The Semware Editor" (TSE4JR.ZIP), formerly QEdit, though not free and I think awailable also
    for Windows.

    Then create a directory for the incoming/outgoing mail.

    Then, by issuing the command "qw d" at a PCB command promt from SYSOP-.., download a QWK packet that will contain messages from the areas you have subscribed to. PCB will ask where to put the downloaded mail packet.

    You must get your mail-/QWK-reader to pull in the messages from the QWK-
    packet you have downloaded. That is specified in the setup of the mail
    program.

    Your reply or originating messages will be packed into a QWK packet to
    the same directory as the received mail.

    Then, when finished, go to a PCB command prompt from SYSOP-.. and issue
    the command, "qw u". PCB will ask for the directory of the packet and
    will then import it for further distribution to your host.

    Next time you pull in a qwk packet from you host, you will also receive
    copies of your sent messages.

    Any questions??

    Have a nice day,

    Holger

    ---
    MR/2 2.30 OS/2: TWICE an operating system, NOT HALF!
    * Origin: Coming to you from the Sunny Aland Islands. (2:20/228)
  • From Holger Granholm@2:20/228 to Ruben Figueroa on Tue Oct 27 18:33:00 2015
    In a message on Tuesday 10-26-15 Ruben Figueroa said to Holger Granholm:

    Hi again Ruben,

    Speaking of editors for mail programs: I just found the Semware editors
    for Windows.

    There is, or at least were, two versions for Windows, a console and a
    GUI version. The one I have in my BBS is a test version of the console
    version, named "TSECON44.ZIP". There is also a test version of the GUI
    editor but I don't have it here AFAIK.

    You can reach Semware for the GUI test version at: www.semware.com/html/tsewindownload.php

    and to order:
    www.semware.com/html/salesandordering.php

    for the different versions and the combo package of
    TSE PRO + TSE Pro Console.

    Personally I would order the combo package if I were running Windows.
    Running OS/2, I use the TSE v.1 even though I do also own v.2 of it.

    I love the Semware editors. I also use QEdit/2 in OS/2 but I have added
    some features to TSE v.1. I was able to program and compile the code in
    that version, but then for v.2 they changed programming language and I
    never delved into that code.


    Regards,

    Holger

    ---
    MR/2 2.30 I can resist everything except temptation.

    * Origin: Coming to you from the Sunny Aland Islands. (2:20/228)
  • From Joe Delahaye@1:249/303 to Ruben Figueroa on Wed Oct 28 12:13:15 2015
    Re: Re: NetMail for PCBoard
    By: Ruben Figueroa to Joe Delahaye on Tue Oct 27 2015 10:37:00

    I have a registered version of IRex. I got PCB to send out echo mail. This message should have tag line from this bbs.

    It it keeps working I won't have to worry about any changes to the mail system like getting Intermail, etc.


    As I recall PCB would only work at sending out mail with a front end. The latest version I believe would accept calls, but no longer sure if it would actually dial out or not.
    --- SBBSecho 2.27-Win32
    * Origin: The Lions Den BBS, Trenton, On, CDN (1:249/303)
  • From Joe Delahaye@1:249/303 to RUBEN FIGUEROA on Wed Oct 28 12:14:35 2015
    Re: Re: NetMail for PCBoard
    By: RUBEN FIGUEROA to Joe Delahaye on Tue Oct 27 2015 04:37:22

    Do you have any more information on the web developed portion Clark Dev was working on? Availability or where?

    I'll have to check. Not sure if I still have that, but I did have it installed at one time.
    --- SBBSecho 2.27-Win32
    * Origin: The Lions Den BBS, Trenton, On, CDN (1:249/303)
  • From Ruben Figueroa@1:124/5014.2 to Holger Granholm on Wed Oct 28 14:50:00 2015

    Any questions??

    First, get a mail-/QWK-reader. MultiMail is a FREE and decent QWK reader available for most operating systems. Instead of the built-in editor I would recommend the old Windows "EDIT.COM" or the "The Semware Editor" (TSE4JR.ZIP), formerly QEdit, though not free and I think awailable also for Windows.

    Then create a directory for the incoming/outgoing mail.

    Then, by issuing the command "qw d" at a PCB command promt from SYSOP-.., download a QWK packet that will contain messages from the areas you have subscribed to. PCB will ask where to put the downloaded mail packet.
    You must get your mail-/QWK-reader to pull in the messages from the QWK- packet you have downloaded. That is specified in the setup of the mail program.

    Your reply or originating messages will be packed into a QWK packet to the same directory as the received mail.

    Then, when finished, go to a PCB command prompt from SYSOP-.. and issue the command, "qw u". PCB will ask for the directory of the packet and will then import it for further distribution to your host.

    Next time you pull in a qwk packet from you host, you will also receive copies of your sent messages.

    Any questions??

    No and many thanks. I do have paid for qedit program and I use that always as an editor.

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.3/2
    * Origin: PCB Prison Board, Mesquite. Tx (1:124/5014.2)
  • From Kurt Weiske@1:218/700 to Holger Granholm on Fri Oct 30 13:11:03 2015
    Re: Re: NetMail for PCBoard
    By: Holger Granholm to Ruben Figueroa on Tue Oct 27 2015 06:33 pm

    I love the Semware editors. I also use QEdit/2 in OS/2 but I have added some features to TSE v.1.

    I still use Qedit 3.0; back in the Windows 2000 days the OS/2 version ran really well in a W2K Command Prompt window. Now, the DOS version runs well enough with enough horsepower.
    --- SBBSecho 3.20-Win32
    * Origin: http://realitycheckbbs.org | tomorrow's retro tech (1:218/700)
  • From Holger Granholm@2:20/228 to Kurt Weiske on Sat Oct 31 09:46:00 2015
    In a message on Saturday 10-30-15 Kurt Weiske said to Holger Granholm:

    Guten tag Kurt,

    I love the Semware editors. I also use QEdit/2 in OS/2 but I have added some features to TSE v.1.

    I still use Qedit 3.0; back in the Windows 2000 days the OS/2
    version ran really well in a W2K Command Prompt window. Now, the DOS version runs well enough with enough horsepower.

    Thanks for the info. Now I will install the test version I have into the ThinkPad/WinXPp I have.


    Have a nice day,

    Holger

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  • From Robert Wolfe@1:266/512 to Ruben Figueroa on Sun Mar 27 18:29:00 2016
    Trying to setup Netmail in my PCBoard bbs. Does someone have a doc
    or txt file that explains how to do this?

    Hmm, well I've got echomail set up on my PCBoard BBS at
    os2bbs.rivernet.us. Netmail, too, using PCboard's internal Fido
    routines.

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  • From Holger Granholm@2:20/228 to Robert Wolfe on Mon Mar 28 11:33:00 2016
    In a message on Monday 03-27-16 Robert Wolfe said to Ruben Figueroa:

    Trying to setup Netmail in my PCBoard bbs. Does someone have a doc
    or txt file that explains how to do this?

    Hmm, well I've got echomail set up on my PCBoard BBS at
    os2bbs.rivernet.us. Netmail, too, using PCboard's internal Fido
    routines.

    Later:

    After checking through my diskettes, I saw that you have already got the
    full documentation, from Ben Ritchey, but since I haven't implemented
    that protocol into PCB, I don't have the documentation for that.

    Regarding Netmail, I have the same setup as Ruben.


    Have a good evening,

    Holger

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