• Test 1

    From Thierry Olmedo@4:900/106 to All on Friday, April 10, 2020 03:09:00
    Hello everybody!


    Testing from my PC 386, DOS 6.22, does the message get well?


    thanks
    regards

    Thierry


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  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Thierry Olmedo on Friday, April 10, 2020 00:14:34
    Hello Thierry,

    @TZUTC: 0000
    @CHRS: CP850 2
    @MSGID: 4:900/106 5e8fe3db

    Hello everybody!


    Testing from my PC 386, DOS 6.22, does the message get well?


    thanks
    regards

    Thierry


    SEEN-BY: 1/123 4/0 18/200 88/0 90/0 1 103/705 135/367 153/757 154/10
    203/0
    SEEN-BY: 221/0 1 6 360 226/16 30 227/114 229/101 200 426 452 1014
    240/1120
    SEEN-BY: 240/5832 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 310/31 317/3
    SEEN-BY: 322/757 335/364 342/200 396/45 423/81 120 712/848 770/1 900/0
    100 102
    SEEN-BY: 900/105 106 108 902/0 6 19 26 27 100 2452/250 4500/1
    5020/1042
    @PATH: 900/106 902/27 90/1 229/426 280/464 221/1 6

    That's what I see here..

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Thierry Olmedo on Friday, April 10, 2020 09:22:42
    Hi Thierry,

    On 2020-04-10 03:09:00, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 4:900/106 5e8fe3db
    @TZUTC: 0000
    @CHRS: CP850 2

    Hello everybody!


    Testing from my PC 386, DOS 6.22, does the message get well?

    Yes. Except for the 'TZUTC: 0000' kludge line which seems wrong for Z4...

    thanks
    regards

    Thierry


    --- FMail/386 1.60.GPL
    * Origin: 386_40mhz-8MB_ram/DOS6.22/IBM_TCP-IP/Binkd-DOS/Fmail1.6/ (4:900/106)
    SEEN-BY: 1/123 4/0 18/200 88/0 90/0 1 103/705 135/367 154/10 203/0 221/0 SEEN-BY: 226/16 30 227/114 229/101 200 426 452 1014 240/5832 249/206 SEEN-BY: 249/307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 310/31 317/3 322/757 SEEN-BY: 342/200 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1 900/0 100 102 105 106 SEEN-BY: 900/108 902/0 6 19 26 27 100 2452/250
    @PATH: 900/106 902/27 90/1 229/426 280/464

    Bye, Wilfred.

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    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Thierry Olmedo on Friday, April 10, 2020 14:14:08
    Hi Thierry!

    10 Apr 2020 03:09, from Thierry Olmedo -> All:

    @TZUTC: 0000
    @CHRS: CP850 2
    @MSGID: 4:900/106 5e8fe3db

    Hello everybody!


    Testing from my PC 386, DOS 6.22, does the message get well?


    thanks
    regards

    Thierry


    SEEN-BY: 1/123 4/0 18/200 88/0 90/0 1 103/705 135/367 154/10 203/0
    221/0
    SEEN-BY: 226/16 30 227/114 229/101 200 426 452 1014 240/5832 249/206 SEEN-BY: 249/307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 310/31 317/3
    322/757
    SEEN-BY: 342/200 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1 900/0 100 102 105 106 SEEN-BY: 900/108 902/0 6 19 26 27 100 2452/250
    @PATH: 900/106 902/27 90/1 229/426 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... We need either less corruption or more chance to participate in it!
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  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Thierry Olmedo on Friday, April 10, 2020 10:24:11
    Re: Test 1
    By: Thierry Olmedo to All on Fri Apr 10 2020 03:09:00


    Testing from my PC 386, DOS 6.22, does the message get well?

    Sender Thierry Olmedo
    To All
    Subject Test 1
    X-FTN-AREA FIDOTEST
    X-FTN-CHRS CP850 2
    X-FTN-MSGID 4:900/106 5e8fe3db
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 19/36 57/0 220/70 221/0 226/17 267/800 317/3 340/1000 633/267 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 640/1138 1321 1384 712/620 848 770/0 1 100 330 340 772/0 1 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 772/210 220 230 500 3634/12
    X-FTN-PATH 900/106 902/27 90/1 229/426 317/3 770/1 712/848 640/1384


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  • From Thierry Olmedo@4:900/106 to Wilfred van Velzen on Saturday, April 11, 2020 02:11:39
    Hello Wilfred!

    10 Apr 20 09:22, you wrote to me:
    Hi Thierry,
    On 2020-04-10 03:09:00, you wrote to All:
    @MSGID: 4:900/106 5e8fe3db
    @TZUTC: 0000
    @CHRS: CP850 2
    Hello everybody!
    Testing from my PC 386, DOS 6.22, does the message get well?


    Yes. Except for the 'TZUTC: 0000' kludge line which seems wrong for
    Z4...

    How could it be fixed? I use Fmail 1.60/DOS and did not find that option , thanks

    best regards

    Thierry


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  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Thierry Olmedo on Saturday, April 11, 2020 11:22:13
    Hi Thierry,

    On 2020-04-11 02:11:39, you wrote to me:

    @TZUTC: 0000

    Yes. Except for the 'TZUTC: 0000' kludge line which seems wrong for
    Z4...

    How could it be fixed? I use Fmail 1.60/DOS and did not find that option , thanks

    FMail has nothing to do with it. It's your editors responsibility to insert that into the message...

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Wilfred van Velzen on Saturday, April 11, 2020 09:25:04
    Re: Re: Test 1
    By: Wilfred van Velzen to Thierry Olmedo on Sat Apr 11 2020 11:22:13


    Yes. Except for the 'TZUTC: 0000' kludge line which seems wrong for
    Z4...

    How could it be fixed? I use Fmail 1.60/DOS and did not find that option , thanks

    FMail has nothing to do with it. It's your editors responsibility to
    insert that into the message...

    or more likely your BBS' responsibility depending on where and how one writes their messages...

    TZUTC is/was generally set as an envoronment variable on systems and the BBS takes it from there... that's how it was done originally... the only problem was the need to reset it each time daylight saving came and went but that was easily handled, too...
    these days, with some newer software, TZUTC is handled internally which means more code the BBS has for handling time and timezones instead of using external
    speciality tools for the task...


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  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/1 to Thierry Olmedo on Saturday, April 11, 2020 22:12:20
    On 11.04.2020 2:11, Thierry Olmedo wrote:

     TO>>> @TZUTC: 0000
     TO>>> @CHRS: CP850 2
     TO>>>     Hello everybody!
     TO>>> Testing from my PC 386, DOS 6.22, does the message get well?


     WV>> Yes. Except for the 'TZUTC: 0000' kludge line which seems wrong for
     WV>> Z4...

    How could it be fixed?

    You could move yourself to London. :)

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  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384.125 to Tommi Koivula on Sunday, April 12, 2020 09:10:37
    Hi! Tommi,

    On 04/12/2020 05:12 AM, you wrote to Thierry Olmedo:

    Yes. Except for the 'TZUTC: 0000' kludge line which seems wrong for
    Z4...

    How could it be fixed?

    You could move yourself to London. :)

    They're on DST now though, aren't they? I haven't looked but Thierry is probably on something like -5/-4, like North America.

    Cheers,
    Paul.

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  • From Thierry Olmedo@4:900/106 to Tommi Koivula on Sunday, April 12, 2020 00:24:44
    Hello Tommi!

    11 Apr 20 22:12, you wrote to me:
     WV>>> Yes. Except for the 'TZUTC: 0000' kludge line which seems
     WV>>> wrong for Z4...
    How could it be fixed?
    You could move yourself to London. :)

    I think it will be easier than fixing it :D


    Thierry


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  • From Thierry Olmedo@4:900/106 to Paul Quinn on Sunday, April 12, 2020 00:30:53
    Hello Paul!

    12 Apr 20 09:10, you wrote to Tommi Koivula:
    They're on DST now though, aren't they? I haven't looked but Thierry
    is probably on something like -5/-4, like North America.
    Cheers,
    Paul.

    yes, (UTC-03:00) America, Argentina, Cordoba

    regards



    Thierry


    --- FMail/386 1.60.GPL
    * Origin: 386_40mhz-8MB_ram/DOS6.22/IBM_TCP-IP/Binkd-DOS/Fmail1.6/ (4:900/106)
  • From Thierry Olmedo@4:900/106 to mark lewis on Sunday, April 12, 2020 00:38:54
    Hello mark!

    11 Apr 20 09:25, you wrote to Wilfred van Velzen:
    Yes. Except for the 'TZUTC: 0000' kludge line which seems wrong
    for Z4...
    TZUTC is/was generally set as an envoronment variable on systems and
    the BBS takes it from there... that's how it was done originally...

    I think i'm going to disable it from GOLDED+ (i found the settings), there was an option to disable TZUTC , i only use Golded+ DOS + Fmail DOS + Binkd/DOS, i suppose when i implement it in my BBS there i will have to correct it to work correctly.

    regards


    Thierry


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  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/360 to Paul Quinn on Sunday, April 12, 2020 09:02:00
    "Paul Quinn" <125@1384.640.3> wrote:

    Hi! Tommi,

    On 04/12/2020 05:12 AM, you wrote to Thierry Olmedo:

    WV>>> Yes. Except for the 'TZUTC: 0000' kludge line which seems
    WV>>> wrong for Z4...

    TO>> How could it be fixed?

    TK> You could move yourself to London. :)

    They're on DST now though, aren't they?

    Ouch. Well, maybe some years after brexit it will be permanent 0000. :)

    'Tommi

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  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/360 to Thierry Olmedo on Sunday, April 12, 2020 09:04:50
    "Thierry Olmedo" <0@106.900.4> wrote:

    -WV>>> Yes. Except for the 'TZUTC: 0000' kludge line which seems
    -WV>>> wrong for Z4...
    TO>> How could it be fixed?
    TK> You could move yourself to London. :)

    I think it will be easier than fixing it :D

    In GoldED it should be easy, setting DOS env variable TZUTC should do the trick.

    'Tommi

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  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Thierry Olmedo on Sunday, April 12, 2020 09:37:14
    Re: Test 1
    By: Thierry Olmedo to mark lewis on Sun Apr 12 2020 00:38:54


    Yes. Except for the 'TZUTC: 0000' kludge line which seems wrong
    for Z4...

    TZUTC is/was generally set as an envoronment variable on systems and
    the BBS takes it from there... that's how it was done originally...

    I think i'm going to disable it from GOLDED+ (i found the settings),
    there was an option to disable TZUTC ,

    why? why not just set it properly and be done with it? if you disable it, you'll probably get more complaints that it isn't being included anyway...

    i only use Golded+ DOS + Fmail DOS + Binkd/DOS, i suppose when i
    implement it in my BBS there i will have to correct it to work
    correctly.

    IF you implement it, yes, it should be implemented correctly and according to the covering FTSC document... especially if your software states that it supports the FTSC standard for it... if it doesn't state that and there is no attempt to support it, th

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