• D'Bridge 3.99/SR44 released and availabl

    From Nick Andre@1:229/426 to All on Sunday, June 16, 2019 20:30:04






    D'Bridge EMAIL System
    Copyright (c) by Nick J. Andre, Ltd.
    www.dbridgemailer.com

    VERSION 3.99/SR44 - JUNE 16 2019
    --------------------------------

    A very minor release, but an important one. This release has a new option
    in CONFIG-PACKET/MAIL, called "Keep copies of all mail".

    If you wish to have D'Bridge keep a copy of all "raw" mail packets (*.PKT files) received, specify for the maximum number of days here. For example,
    7 means keep one week's worth of mail packets. Even as D'Bridge processes
    mail, it will still keep the copies.

    The INBOUND directory will have a subdirectory created, called COPIES.
    Inside will be ZIP-formatted files arranged by date, each containing the
    mail received, along with a text-file called yyyymmdd.LOG. This file
    will list the date/time, the system received from, and the packet filename. Copies older than the date specified will be erased.

    WARNING: This is an advanced feature. Do not enable unless you have a
    need to keep all mail files for troubleshooting purposes.

    By default, packets are "stored" uncompressed inside the ZIP files for performance reasons. If you wish for the ZIP files to be compressed,
    create a semaphore/dummy file called DBRIDGE.CCM (Compress Copied Mail).

    Nick Andre
    www.dbridgemailer.com

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (1:229/426)
  • From Roger Nelson@1:3828/7 to Nick Andre on Monday, June 17, 2019 05:18:11
    [...]

    But still has to be run on a single core-processor, right?


    Regards,

    Roger

    --- SR40
    * Origin: NCS BBS - Houma, LoUiSiAna (1:3828/7)
  • From Ward Dossche@2:292/854 to Roger Nelson on Monday, June 17, 2019 17:55:38
    But still has to be run on a single core-processor, right?

    Doesn't affect operations here in the least.

    \%/@rd

    --- D'Bridge 3.99
    * Origin: Do not meddle in the affairs of wizards (2:292/854)
  • From Ward Dossche@2:292/854 to Nick Andre on Monday, June 17, 2019 18:04:14
    VERSION 3.99/SR44 - JUNE 16 2019

    Installed.

    \%/@rd

    --- D'Bridge 3.99
    * Origin: Do not meddle in the affairs of wizards (2:292/854)
  • From Ward Dossche@2:292/854 to Nick Andre on Monday, June 17, 2019 20:45:57
    A very minor release, but an important one. This release has a new option in CONFIG-PACKET/MAIL, called "Keep copies of all mail".

    Works beautiful. Thank you.

    \%/@rd

    --- D'Bridge 3.99
    * Origin: Do not meddle in the affairs of wizards (2:292/854)
  • From Roger Nelson@1:3828/7 to Ward Dossche on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 01:14:44
    On Mon Jun-17-2019 17:55, Ward Dossche (2:292/854) wrote to Roger Nelson:

    But still has to be run on a single core-processor, right?

    Doesn't affect operations here in the least.

    It is locking up here, so I'll give Nick another shot at it, I have an Intel Pentium II.


    Regards,

    Roger
    --- timEd/386 1.10.y2k+
    * Origin: NCS BBS - Houma, LoUiSiAna - (1:3828/7)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Roger Nelson on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 05:51:06
    On 2019 Jun 18 01:14:44, you wrote to Ward Dossche:

    But still has to be run on a single core-processor, right?

    Doesn't affect operations here in the least.

    It is locking up here, so I'll give Nick another shot at it, I have
    an Intel Pentium II.

    that's definitely a single core CPU...

    )\/(ark

    Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
    Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong...
    ... I didn't know it was impossible when I did it.
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Roger Nelson@1:3828/7 to mark lewis on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 09:28:35
    On Tue Jun-18-2019 05:51, mark lewis (1:3634/12.73) wrote to Roger Nelson:

    On 2019 Jun 18 01:14:44, you wrote to Ward Dossche:

    But still has to be run on a single core-processor, right?

    Doesn't affect operations here in the least.

    It is locking up here, so I'll give Nick another shot at it, I have
    an Intel Pentium II.

    that's definitely a single core CPU...

    I may have left off an "I". This is what I bought a few tears ago:

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Intel Pentium N4200 is a quad-core SoC primarily for inexpensive notebooks and was announced mid 2016. It runs at 1.1-2.5 GHz (Single Core Burst, Multi-Core Burst max 2.4 GHz) and is based on the Apollo Lake platform. Similar
    to the Braswell predecessor, the chip is manufactured in a 14 nm process (P1273) with FinFETs. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I am willing to be proven wrong because I have been before.

    Bo Nick, if I have been running, as mark says, on a single-core, then I shouldn't have any problem, should I?


    Regards,

    Roger
    --- timEd/386 1.10.y2k+ Eva Marie Saint
    * Origin: NCS BBS - Houma, LoUiSiAna - (1:3828/7)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Roger Nelson on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 15:47:30
    On 2019 Jun 18 09:28:34, you wrote to me:

    It is locking up here, so I'll give Nick another shot at it, I have
    an Intel Pentium II.

    that's definitely a single core CPU...

    I may have left off an "I".

    oops!

    This is what I bought a few tears ago:

    i like the way you wrote that ;)

    The Intel Pentium N4200 is a quad-core SoC primarily for

    yeah, that's a 4 core chip... not one of the I/II/III family, AFAIK, though... definitely different from the Pentium II...

    )\/(ark

    Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
    Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong...
    ... The big, bronzed, skin-cancered Aussies.
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Roger Nelson@1:3828/7 to mark lewis on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 18:30:09
    On Tue Jun-18-2019 15:47, mark lewis (1:3634/12.73) wrote to Roger Nelson:

    On 2019 Jun 18 09:28:34, you wrote to me:

    It is locking up here, so I'll give Nick another shot at it, I have
    an Intel Pentium II.

    that's definitely a single core CPU...

    I may have left off an "I".

    oops!

    Either my left or my right. (-:

    Anyway, what I have us an Intel G2030 @3GHz. I'm sure Nick knows all this by now and I just wish I could get this program running again like it used to.

    i like the way you wrote that ;)

    I'm not that clever. (-8

    yeah, that's a 4 core chip... not one of the I/II/III family,
    AFAIK, though... definitely different from the Pentium II...

    I'm beginning to think it isn't.

    ...I've never been thrown by a horse.


    Regards,

    Roger
    --- timEd/386 1.10.y2k+ Julie Ann Emery
    * Origin: NCS BBS - Houma, LoUiSiAna - (1:3828/7)