• Re: Test

    From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to Nick Andre on Friday, January 11, 2019 00:29:18
    Re: Re: Test
    By: Nick Andre to Charles Stephenson on Thu Jan 10 2019 11:10 pm

    Hey, you have a AWESOME first name! ;)

    And I don't? 8-)

    *LMAO*


    GREAT name bro! ;)
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
    --- SBBSecho 3.04-Linux
    * Origin: The New Frontier 2: thenewfrontier2.hopto.org (OH) (1:226/17)
  • From Nick Andre@1:229/426 to Charles Stephenson on Friday, January 11, 2019 00:52:35
    On 11 Jan 19 00:29:18, Charles Stephenson said the following to Nick Andre:

    Hey, you have a AWESOME first name! ;)

    And I don't? 8-)

    *LMAO*

    GREAT name bro! ;)

    Thank you for acknowledging my superiority. Andre's run and rule EVERYTHING.

    Nick

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (1:229/426)
  • From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to Robert Wolfe on Saturday, January 05, 2019 21:01:21
    Re: Re: Test
    By: Robert Wolfe to Charles Stephenson on Thu Dec 27 2018 02:55 pm

    Then ban yourself, Mr. "Robert Wolfe"... Suuuuuuure like that name
    looks so fake to me! :D

    According to my social security card and the paperwork signed by the judge, it is.

    Because his first name is Judge doesn't make it legal! I'm calling INS!!

    :D
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
    --- SBBSecho 3.04-Linux
    * Origin: The New Frontier 2: thenewfrontier2.hopto.org (OH) (1:226/17)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to Charles Stephenson on Sunday, January 06, 2019 09:38:36
    Re: Re: Test
    By: Robert Wolfe to Charles Stephenson on Thu Dec 27 2018 02:55 pm

    Then ban yourself, Mr. "Robert Wolfe"... Suuuuuuure like that n
    looks so fake to me! :D

    According to my social security card and the paperwork signed by
    the RW> judge, it is.

    Because his first name is Judge doesn't make it legal! I'm calling IN

    Oh wow! Why was that so wrong? Funny, but wrong! :)

    --- ViaMAIL!/WC v2.00
    * Origin: ViaMAIL! - Lightning Fast Speeds for Wildcat! (1:261/20)
  • From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to Nick Andre on Sunday, January 13, 2019 06:07:06
    Re: Re: Test
    By: Nick Andre to Charles Stephenson on Fri Jan 11 2019 12:52 am

    Thank you for acknowledging my superiority. Andre's run and rule EVERYTHING.


    LOL!

    The next monarch of England will have MY first name! ;)
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
    --- SBBSecho 3.04-Linux
    * Origin: The New Frontier 2: thenewfrontier2.hopto.org (OH) (1:226/17)
  • From Nick Mackechnie@3:772/210 to Robert Wolfe on Friday, January 04, 2019 13:55:00
    Testing...

    --- ViaMAIL!/WC v2.00
    * Origin: Neptune's Lair II Olive Branch MS winserver.org:232
    (1:261/20)

    Ping

    Nick

    --- SLMAIL v5.1 (#SLO409KEDG15G098)
    * Origin: The Trashcan - The BEST rubbish * bbs.thenet.gen.nz (3:772/210)
  • From Nick Mackechnie@3:772/210 to Charles Stephenson on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 08:39:00
    Testing to see if this message gets out!


    Thanks

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A36 2017/12/03 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Digicom BBS (1:226/16.10)
    Ping - yep

    --- SLMAIL v5.1 (#SLO409KEDG15G098)
    * Origin: The Trashcan - The BEST rubbish * bbs.thenet.gen.nz (3:772/210)
  • From Daniel FitzGerald@1:130/230 to All on Wednesday, January 16, 2019 22:33:45
    Pong...

    [+] Dan FitzGerald
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Future World II - fw2.cnetbbs.net:6800 (1:130/230)
  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384 to Daniel FitzGerald on Thursday, January 17, 2019 18:24:39
    Hi! Daniel,

    On 16 Jan 19 22:33, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:130/230@fidonet 5c4005ae
    @PID: CNet PRO 5.21c
    Pong...

    [+] Dan FitzGerald
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Future World II - fw2.cnetbbs.net:6800 (1:130/230)
    SEEN-BY: 19/33 35 103/705 124/5014 5016 130/230 803 154/10 203/0 221/0 SEEN-BY: 221/6 360 229/275 426 240/1120 1661 5832 261/38 280/464 5003 SEEN-BY: 280/5555 310/31 320/119 219 387/21 396/45 423/120 640/1384 SEEN-BY: 712/848 770/1 3634/12 31999/99
    @PATH: 130/230 396/45 280/464 221/0 640/1384

    Cheers,
    Paul.

    ... To err is human, to forgive is against SysOp policy.
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20130515
    * Origin: Quinn's Rock - Live from Paul's Xubuntu desktop! (3:640/1384)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Daniel FitzGerald on Thursday, January 17, 2019 09:04:40
    Hi Daniel,

    On 2019-01-16 22:33:45, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:130/230@fidonet 5c4005ae
    @PID: CNet PRO 5.21c
    Pong...

    There is no REPLY kludge in your message... :-(

    [+] Dan FitzGerald
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Future World II - fw2.cnetbbs.net:6800 (1:130/230)
    SEEN-BY: 19/33 35 103/705 124/5014 5016 130/230 803 154/10 203/0 221/0 SEEN-BY: 229/275 426 240/1661 5832 261/38 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 387/21 SEEN-BY: 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1 31999/99
    @PATH: 130/230 396/45 280/464

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Daniel FitzGerald on Thursday, January 17, 2019 04:04:18
    On 2019 Jan 16 22:33:44, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:130/230@fidonet 5c4005ae
    @PID: CNet PRO 5.21c
    Pong...

    [+] Dan FitzGerald
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Future World II - fw2.cnetbbs.net:6800 (1:130/230)
    SEEN-BY: 19/33 35 103/705 124/5014 5016 130/230 803 154/10 203/0 221/0 6 360
    SEEN-BY: 229/275 426 240/1120 1661 5832 261/38 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 SEEN-BY: 320/119 219 387/21 396/45 423/120 640/1384 712/848 770/1 3634/12 SEEN-BY: 31999/99 116/116 123/25 150 755 135/300 153/7715 154/10 261/38 SEEN-BY: 3634/15 24 27 50 119 123/50 115 3634/12 0 18/0 123/0 1/120
    @PATH: 130/230 396/45 280/464 221/0 640/1384 3634/12



    )\/(ark

    Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
    Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong...
    ... Christmas is a-coming, and the geese are getting fat.
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Wilfred van Velzen on Thursday, January 17, 2019 04:06:06
    On 2019 Jan 17 09:04:40, you wrote to Daniel FitzGerald:

    Hi Daniel,

    On 2019-01-16 22:33:45, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:130/230@fidonet 5c4005ae
    @PID: CNet PRO 5.21c
    Pong...

    There is no REPLY kludge in your message... :-(

    what makes you think he was replying?

    )\/(ark

    Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
    Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong...
    ... Canadians don't anything with cayenne... only immigrants.
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384 to Wilfred van Velzen on Thursday, January 17, 2019 18:56:58
    Hi! Wilfred,

    On 17 Jan 19 09:04, you wrote to Daniel FitzGerald:

    @MSGID: 1:130/230@fidonet 5c4005ae
    @PID: CNet PRO 5.21c
    Pong...

    There is no REPLY kludge in your message... :-(

    Did 'All' finally write something for once? ;)

    Cheers,
    Paul.

    ... Beware of programmers who carry screwdrivers.
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20130515
    * Origin: Quinn's Rock - Live from Paul's Xubuntu desktop! (3:640/1384)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/1 to mark lewis on Thursday, January 17, 2019 13:21:32
    @MSGID: 1:130/230@fidonet 5c4005ae
    @PID: CNet PRO 5.21c
    Pong...

    There is no REPLY kludge in your message... :-(

    what makes you think he was replying?

    "Re:" in the subject perhaps..

    'Tommi

    ---
    * Origin: - nntp://rbb.fidonet.fi - Lake Ylo - Finland - (2:221/1.0)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to mark lewis on Thursday, January 17, 2019 10:20:01
    Hi mark,

    On 2019-01-17 04:06:06, you wrote to me:

    Pong...

    There is no REPLY kludge in your message... :-(

    what makes you think he was replying?

    He wrote 'Pong' (not 'Ping'), and the subject started with 'Re:'...

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384 to Wilfred van Velzen on Thursday, January 17, 2019 22:40:31
    Hi! Wilfred,

    On 17 Jan 19 10:20, you wrote to mark lewis:

    On 2019-01-17 04:06:06, you wrote to me:
    Pong...

    There is no REPLY kludge in your message... :-(

    what makes you think he was replying?

    He wrote 'Pong' (not 'Ping'), and the subject started with 'Re:'...

    Yes, and no. I saw the one, and not the other (stripped by FMail?). Now what?

    Anyone for Monopoly? :)

    Cheers,
    Paul.

    ... Oops... Tried to steal my own tagline!
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20130515
    * Origin: Quinn's Rock - Live from Paul's Xubuntu desktop! (3:640/1384)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Paul Quinn on Thursday, January 17, 2019 15:12:00
    Hi Paul,

    On 2019-01-17 22:40:31, you wrote to me:

    He wrote 'Pong' (not 'Ping'), and the subject started with 'Re:'...

    Yes, and no. I saw the one, and not the other (stripped by FMail?).

    Could be. It's a setting in the config...


    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Daniel FitzGerald@1:130/230 to All on Friday, January 18, 2019 03:07:34
    Please forgive my ignorance, but what should the reply kludge be or look like and I will see what I can do to turn that on.

    [+] Dan FitzGerald
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Future World II - fw2.cnetbbs.net:6800 (1:130/230)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Daniel FitzGerald on Friday, January 18, 2019 11:06:26
    Hi Daniel,

    On 2019-01-18 03:07:34, you wrote to All:

    Please forgive my ignorance, but what should the reply kludge be or
    look like and I will see what I can do to turn that on.

    I don't know if it's your ignorance? ;)
    It's probably be a deficiency in your software. Can that be fixed? Or is it abandonware?

    For an example look at the kludges in this message. For the technical description look here:

    http://ftsc.org/docs/fts-0009.001

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Robert Wolfe on Friday, January 18, 2019 19:47:13
    Hi Robert,

    On 2019-01-18 11:29:14, you wrote to me:

    It's probably be a deficiency in your software. Can that be fixed? Or
    is it abandonware?

    Actually, considering the author of C/Net (both the author of the Amiga version and the C64 version) came out with new releases recently, I would not call them abandonware. I would suggest he contact the author directly or ask in any of the Amiga forums/echos.

    Sounds like a plan!

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:116/18.2 to Wilfred van Velzen on Friday, January 18, 2019 11:29:14
    It's probably be a deficiency in your software. Can that be fixed? Or is it abandonware?

    Actually, considering the author of C/Net (both the author of the Amiga version
    and the C64 version) came out with new releases recently, I would not call them abandonware. I would suggest he contact the author directly or ask in any
    of the Amiga forums/echos.

    --- BBBS/2 v4.10 Toy-3
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/2 * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/18.2)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to Daniel Fitzgerald on Friday, January 18, 2019 15:26:41
    Pong...

    [+] Dan FitzGerald
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Future World II - fw2.cnetbbs.net:6800 (1:130/230)

    Got it here! :)

    --- ViaMAIL!/WC v2.00
    * Origin: ViaMAIL! - Lightning Fast Speeds for Wildcat! (1:261/20)
  • From Rob Swindell@1:103/705 to Daniel FitzGerald on Friday, January 18, 2019 19:35:31
    Re: Re: Test
    By: Daniel FitzGerald to All on Fri Jan 18 2019 03:07 am

    Please forgive my ignorance, but what should the reply kludge be or look like and I will see what I can do to turn that on.

    The REPLY kludge is supposed to be a copy of the MSG-ID value of the original message to which you are replying (if you are). Original messages (non-replies) do not have REPLY kludges.

    digital man

    Synchronet/BBS Terminology Definition #28:
    FSP = FidoNet Standards Proposal
    Norco, CA WX: 56.7F, 84.0% humidity, 0 mph SSE wind, 0.00 inches rain/24hrs --- SBBSecho 3.06-Linux
    * Origin: Vertrauen - [vert/cvs/bbs].synchro.net (1:103/705)
  • From Charles Stephenson@1:226/16.10 to All on Monday, January 07, 2019 20:34:59
    Testing to see if this message gets out!


    Thanks

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A36 2017/12/03 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Digicom BBS (1:226/16.10)
  • From Charles Pierson@1:229/426.67 to Charles Stephenson on Monday, January 07, 2019 21:20:55
    Hello, Charles Stephenson.
    On 1/7/19 8:34 PM you wrote:

    Testing to see if this message gets out! Thanks --- Mystic BBS
    v1.12 A36 2017/12/03 (Windows/64) * Origin: Digicom BBS
    (1:226/16.10)
    Made it out to here.
    --
    Best regards!
    Posted using Hotdoged on Android
    --- Hotdoged/2.13.5/Android
    * Origin: Android device, Milky Way (1:229/426.67)
  • From Ken Johnson@1:218/720 to All on Monday, January 21, 2019 21:21:34
    Testing new address setup


    ---
    * Origin: Rail City - Reno, NV USA - binkd.rail-city.net (1:218/720)
  • From Shane O'Neill@1:305/3 to Ken Johnson on Monday, January 21, 2019 23:13:27
    Testing new address setup

    Ping!

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A41 2018/12/27 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: 8-Bit Boyz BBS (1:305/3)
  • From Kurt Weiske@1:218/700 to Ken Johnson on Monday, January 21, 2019 23:51:36
    Re: Test
    By: Ken Johnson to All on Mon Jan 21 2019 09:21 pm

    Testing new address setup

    Got it, address looks good.
    --- SBBSecho 3.06-Win32
    * Origin: http://realitycheckbbs.org | tomorrow's retro tech (1:218/700)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Ken Johnson on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 08:53:27
    Hi Ken,

    On 2019-01-21 21:21:34, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:218/720@fidonet 0a953cd3
    @PID: FM 2.33.mL JH000110
    @TID: GE/32 1.2
    @CHRS: IBMPC 2
    @CODEPAGE: 437
    Testing new address setup


    ---
    * Origin: Rail City - Reno, NV USA - binkd.rail-city.net (1:218/720) SEEN-BY: 10/0 1 1 102/401 103/705 143/0 1 154/10 203/0 214/22 218/0 1 SEEN-BY: 218/210 215 401 520 600 600 640 700 720 802 221/0 229/275 426 SEEN-BY: 240/1661 5832 261/38 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 396/45 423/120 SEEN-BY: 712/848 770/1
    @PATH: 218/720 700 103/705 280/464

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Jon Justvig@1:340/400 to Ken Johnson on Monday, January 21, 2019 23:12:37
    Re: Test
    By: Ken Johnson to All on Mon Jan 21 2019 09:21 pm

    Testing new address setup

    Looks good!

    -- Jon Justvig

    Sincerely,
    Jon Justvig
    http://vintagebbsing.com:81
    telnet://vintagebbsing.com
    trillian: cr1mson
    --- SBBSecho 3.06-Win32
    * Origin: Time Warp of the Future BBS - Home of League 10 (1:340/400)
  • From Robert E Starr JR@1:340/400 to Ken Johnson on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 00:41:18
    Testing new address setup

    got it on my bbs

    ---
    * Origin: Rail City - Reno, NV USA - binkd.rail-city.net (1:218/720)


    ---

    Rob Starr
    Lord Time SysOp of
    Time Warp of the Future BBS
    Telnet://Time.Synchro.Net:24
    ICQ # 11868133 or # 70398519 Jabber : lordtime2000@gmail.com
    Astra : lord_time
    X-Box : Lord Time 2000 Skype : lordtime@tds.net
    * Origin: Time Warp of the Future BBS - Home of League 10 (1:340/400)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to Satchmo on Wednesday, December 26, 2018 00:36:00
    Just a quick outgoing test

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A39 2018/04/21 (Raspberry Pi/32)
    * Origin: Sonic BBS | Beverley, UK | sonicbbs.ddns.net (2:250/8)

    Looks like it made it here! :)

    --- ViaMAIL!/SL v2.00
    * Origin: ViaMAIL! - Fully Integrated Front End Mailer (1:261/20)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to Alan Ianson on Wednesday, December 26, 2018 00:36:00
    Re: Test
    By: Satchmo to All on Wed Dec 19 2018 09:09 pm

    Just a quick outgoing test

    Looks good here although we normaly use real name in fido.

    Some of us still abide by the old laws. :P

    --- ViaMAIL!/SL v2.00
    * Origin: ViaMAIL! - Fully Integrated Front End Mailer (1:261/20)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Ken Johnson on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 16:47:04
    On 2019 Jan 21 21:21:34, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:218/720@fidonet 0a953cd3
    @PID: FM 2.33.mL JH000110
    @TID: GE/32 1.2
    @CHRS: IBMPC 2
    @CODEPAGE: 437
    Testing new address setup


    ---
    * Origin: Rail City - Reno, NV USA - binkd.rail-city.net (1:218/720) SEEN-BY: 10/0 1 1 102/401 103/705 143/0 1 154/10 203/0 214/22 218/0 1 210 215
    SEEN-BY: 218/401 520 600 600 640 700 720 802 221/0 6 360 229/275 426 240/1120
    SEEN-BY: 240/1661 5832 261/38 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 320/119 219 396/45 SEEN-BY: 423/120 640/1384 712/848 770/1 3634/12 116/116 123/25 150 755 135/300
    SEEN-BY: 153/7715 154/10 261/38 3634/15 24 27 50 119 123/50 115 3634/12 0 18/0
    SEEN-BY: 123/0 1/120
    @PATH: 218/720 700 103/705 280/464 221/0 640/1384 3634/12



    )\/(ark

    Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
    Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong...
    ... Left over turkey induced bulimia.
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Charles Pierson@1:229/426.67 to Ken Johnson on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 09:32:25
    Hello, Ken Johnson.
    On 1/21/19 9:21 PM you wrote:

    Testing new address setup --- * Origin: Rail City - Reno, NV USA
    - binkd.rail-city.net (1:218/720)
    Made it down the street.
    --
    Best regards!
    Posted using Hotdoged on Android
    --- Hotdoged/2.13.5/Android
    * Origin: Android device, Milky Way (1:229/426.67)
  • From Martin Ruzicka@2:423/120 to All on Thursday, January 24, 2019 23:10:26
    TEST MSG FROM OFFLINE READER.


    ... MultiMail, the new multi-platform, multi-format offline reader!
    --- MultiMail/DOS v0.51
    * Origin: Aleco Experience BBS * Prague * [bbs.alecoexp.cz] (2:423/120)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Martin Ruzicka on Thursday, January 24, 2019 18:29:47
    Hi Martin,

    On 2019-01-24 23:10:26, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 2:423/120.0 5c4a45cd
    @PID: BWRA 3.20 [Reg]
    TEST MSG FROM OFFLINE READER.


    ... MultiMail, the new multi-platform, multi-format offline reader!
    --- MultiMail/DOS v0.51
    * Origin: Aleco Experience BBS * Prague * [bbs.alecoexp.cz] (2:423/120) SEEN-BY: 103/705 154/10 203/0 221/0 229/275 426 240/1661 5832 280/464 SEEN-BY: 280/5003 5555 310/31 396/45 423/81 120 712/848 770/1
    @PATH: 423/120 280/464

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Martin Ruzicka on Thursday, January 24, 2019 10:35:54
    TEST MSG FROM OFFLINE READER.

    Looks OK here.. :)

    --- BBBS/Li6 v4.10 Toy-3
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Martin Ruzicka on Thursday, January 24, 2019 13:45:36
    On 2019 Jan 24 23:10:26, you wrote to All:

    @PID: BWRA 3.20 [Reg]
    @MSGID: 2:423/120.0 5c4a45cd
    TEST MSG FROM OFFLINE READER.


    ... MultiMail, the new multi-platform, multi-format offline reader!
    --- MultiMail/DOS v0.51
    * Origin: Aleco Experience BBS * Prague * [bbs.alecoexp.cz] (2:423/120) SEEN-BY: 154/10 201/0 203/0 124 221/0 1 6 360 230/0 240/1120 280/464 5003 5555
    SEEN-BY: 320/119 219 421/79 83 423/81 120 640/1384 712/848 3634/12 116/116 SEEN-BY: 123/25 150 755 135/300 153/7715 154/10 261/38 3634/15 24 27 50
    119
    SEEN-BY: 123/50 115 3634/12 0 18/0 123/0 1/120
    @PATH: 423/120 81 203/0 221/0 640/1384 3634/12



    )\/(ark

    Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
    Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong...
    ... Expert advice is a great comfort, even when it's wrong.
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:116/17 to Martin Ruzicka on Thursday, January 24, 2019 12:55:46
    TEST MSG FROM OFFLINE READER.


    ... MultiMail, the new multi-platform, multi-format offline reader!
    --- MultiMail/DOS v0.51
    * Origin: Aleco Experience BBS * Prague * [bbs.alecoexp.cz]
    (2:423/120)

    Looks like it works! :)
    --- Platinum Xpress/Win/WINServer v3.1
    * Origin: Omicron Theta (1:116/17)
  • From Ruben Figueroa@1:124/5014 to All on Saturday, February 02, 2019 18:24:05
    Just making sure all is still working.

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

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A42 2018/12/30 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Mystic Prison Board BBS*Mesquite Tx (1:124/5014)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Ruben Figueroa on Monday, February 04, 2019 10:28:44
    Hi Ruben,

    On 2019-02-02 18:24:05, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:124/5014 d28cb2e7
    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A42
    @TZUTC: -0600
    Just making sure all is still working.

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

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A42 2018/12/30 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Mystic Prison Board BBS*Mesquite Tx (1:124/5014)
    SEEN-BY: 1/100 19/33 35 103/705 124/5013 5014 5015 5016 130/230 803 154/10 SEEN-BY: 203/0 221/0 229/275 426 240/1661 5832 261/38 280/464 5003 5555 SEEN-BY: 310/31 387/21 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1 2452/250 31999/99 @PATH: 124/5014 396/45 280/464

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Ruben Figueroa on Monday, February 04, 2019 12:48:12
    On 2019 Feb 02 18:24:04, you wrote to All:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A42
    @MSGID: 1:124/5014 d28cb2e7
    @TZUTC: -0600
    Just making sure all is still working.

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

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A42 2018/12/30 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Mystic Prison Board BBS*Mesquite Tx (1:124/5014)
    SEEN-BY: 1/100 19/33 35 103/705 124/5013 5014 5015 5016 130/230 803 154/10 SEEN-BY: 203/0 221/0 6 360 229/275 426 240/1120 1661 5832 261/38 280/464 5003
    SEEN-BY: 280/5555 310/31 320/119 219 387/21 396/45 423/120 640/1384
    712/848
    SEEN-BY: 770/1 2452/250 3634/12 31999/99 116/116 123/25 150 755 135/300 SEEN-BY: 153/7715 154/10 261/38 3634/15 24 27 50 119 123/50 115 3634/12 0 18/0
    SEEN-BY: 123/0 1/120
    @PATH: 124/5014 396/45 280/464 221/0 640/1384 3634/12



    )\/(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 future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Charles Pierson@1:229/426.67 to All on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 05:25:00
    Hello, All

    New phone. Same stuff

    ...

    --
    Best regards!
    Posted using Hotdoged on Android
    --- Hotdoged/2.13.5/Android
    * Origin: Houston, Tx (1:229/426.67)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Charles Pierson on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 03:47:54
    Hello, All

    New phone. Same stuff

    Looks OK to me..

    --- BBBS/Li6 v4.10 Toy-4
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Charles Pierson on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 11:06:18
    On 2019 Feb 12 05:25:00, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:229/426.67 1aedd626
    @PID: Hotdoged/2.13.5/Android
    @TID: jNode/Android
    @CHRS: UTF-8 4
    Hello, All

    New phone. Same stuff

    ...

    --
    Best regards!
    Posted using Hotdoged on Android
    --- Hotdoged/2.13.5/Android
    * Origin: Houston, Tx (1:229/426.67)
    SEEN-BY: 15/2 18/200 103/705 123/1970 154/10 203/0 221/0 1 6 360 226/17 SEEN-BY: 229/107 200 426 452 240/1120 5832 249/206 307 317 400 280/464
    5003
    SEEN-BY: 280/5555 310/31 317/3 320/119 219 322/757 342/200 393/68 396/45 SEEN-BY: 423/120 640/1321 1384 712/848 770/1 2452/250 3634/12 3828/7 116/116
    SEEN-BY: 123/25 150 755 135/300 153/7715 154/10 261/38 3634/15 24 27 50
    119
    SEEN-BY: 123/50 115 3634/12 0 18/0 123/0 1/120
    @PATH: 229/426 280/464 221/1 640/1384 3634/12



    )\/(ark

    Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
    Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong...
    ... Line Noise Brought to You By an I.R.S. Phone Tap
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Nick Mackechnie@3:772/210 to Robert Wolfe on Friday, January 04, 2019 13:55:00
    Testing...

    --- ViaMAIL!/WC v2.00
    * Origin: Neptune's Lair II Olive Branch MS winserver.org:232
    (1:261/20)

    Ping

    Nick

    --- SLMAIL v5.1 (#SLO409KEDG15G098)
    * Origin: The Trashcan - The BEST rubbish * bbs.thenet.gen.nz (3:772/210)
  • From Nick Mackechnie@3:772/210 to Charles Stephenson on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 08:39:00
    Testing to see if this message gets out!


    Thanks

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A36 2017/12/03 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Digicom BBS (1:226/16.10)
    Ping - yep

    --- SLMAIL v5.1 (#SLO409KEDG15G098)
    * Origin: The Trashcan - The BEST rubbish * bbs.thenet.gen.nz (3:772/210)
  • From Ron Kinney@1:104/115 to All on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 15:11:44
    This is a test. Anyone getting this?

    The Dawn of Demise BBS (tdod.org)
    --- SBBSecho 3.06-Linux
    * Origin: (1:104/115)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Ron Kinney on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 17:51:46
    On 2019 Feb 20 15:11:44, you wrote to All:

    @TZUTC: -0600
    @MSGID: 339.fidotest@1:104/115 20d307f3
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17a-Linux Oct 5 2018 GCC 4.9.2
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.06-Linux r3.93 Oct 5 2018 GCC 4.9.2
    This is a test. Anyone getting this?

    The Dawn of Demise BBS (tdod.org)
    --- SBBSecho 3.06-Linux
    * Origin: (1:104/115)
    SEEN-BY: 15/0 19/36 34/999 90/1 104/57 115 114/224 706 116/18 120/302 331 SEEN-BY: 123/140 128/73 187 153/7715 218/700 220/60 222/2 230/150 152 240/1120
    SEEN-BY: 249/307 250/1 261/38 100 1466 266/512 267/155 275/100 282/1031 1056
    SEEN-BY: 282/1060 291/1 111 305/1 3 310/2 312/2 320/119 219 340/400 342/13 SEEN-BY: 396/45 712/848 801/161 189 2320/105 3005/1 3634/12 5020/715 1042 SEEN-BY: 116/116 123/25 150 755 135/300 154/10 3634/15 24 27 50 119 640/1384
    SEEN-BY: 123/50 115 3634/0 18/0 123/0 1/120
    @PATH: 104/115 15/0 261/38 3634/12



    )\/(ark

    Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
    Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong...
    ... In an nuclear war, all men will be cremated equal.
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384 to Ron Kinney on Thursday, February 21, 2019 08:41:51
    Hi! Ron,

    On 20 Feb 19 15:11, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 339.fidotest@1:104/115 20d307f3
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17a-Linux Oct 5 2018 GCC 4.9.2
    @TZUTC: -0600
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.06-Linux r3.93 Oct 5 2018 GCC 4.9.2
    This is a test. Anyone getting this?

    The Dawn of Demise BBS (tdod.org)
    --- SBBSecho 3.06-Linux
    * Origin: (1:104/115)
    SEEN-BY: 1/120 15/0 18/0 19/36 34/999 90/1 104/57 115 114/224 706
    116/18
    SEEN-BY: 116/116 120/302 331 123/0 25 50 115 140 150 755 128/73 187 SEEN-BY: 135/300 153/7715 154/10 218/700 220/60 221/0 222/2 230/150 SEEN-BY: 230/152 240/1120 249/307 250/1 261/38 100 1466 266/512
    267/155
    SEEN-BY: 275/100 282/1031 1056 1060 291/1 111 305/1 3 310/2 312/2
    320/119
    SEEN-BY: 320/219 340/400 342/13 396/45 640/1321 1384 712/848 801/161 SEEN-BY: 801/189 2320/105 3005/1 3634/0 12 15 24 27 50 119 5020/715 SEEN-BY: 5020/1042
    @PATH: 104/115 15/0 261/38 3634/12 640/1384

    Cheers,
    Paul.

    ... WORK HARDER! Millions on welfare depend on YOU!!!
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20130515
    * Origin: Quinn's Rock - Live from Paul's Xubuntu desktop! (3:640/1384)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:116/17 to Ron Kinney on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 17:24:16
    --- Original Message ---
    Date: Feb 20, 2019 15:17:44
    From: Ron Kinney
    To: All
    Subj: Test

    @TZUTC: -0600
    @MSGID: 339.fidotest@1:104/115 20d307f3
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17a-Linux Oct 5 2018 GCC
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.06-Linux r3.93 Oct 5 2018 GCC 4.9.2
    This is a test. Anyone getting this?

    The Dawn of Demise BBS (tdod.org)
    -!- SBBSecho 3.06-Linux
    # Origin: (1:104/115)
    --- End of Original Message ---

    ... Robert Wolfe <robert.wolfe@winserver.org>, Sysop, Omicron Theta BBS
    --- Platinum Xpress/Win/WINServer v7.0
    * Origin: Omicron Theta (1:116/17)
  • From Sean Dennis@1:18/200 to Ron Kinney on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 19:05:53
    Hello Ron.

    20 Feb 19 15:11, you wrote to All:

    @TZUTC: -0600
    @MSGID: 339.fidotest@1:104/115 20d307f3
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17a-Linux Oct 5 2018 GCC 4.9.2
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.06-Linux r3.93 Oct 5 2018 GCC 4.9.2
    This is a test. Anyone getting this?

    The Dawn of Demise BBS (tdod.org)
    -+- SBBSecho 3.06-Linux
    + Origin: (1:104/115)
    SEEN+BY: 15/0 2 18/200 19/33 35 36 34/999 90/1 103/705 104/57 115
    SEEN+BY: 114/224 706 116/18 120/302 331 123/140 1970 124/5014 5016 SEEN+BY: 128/73 187 130/230 803 153/7715 154/10 203/0 218/700 220/60 SEEN+BY: 221/0 222/2 226/17 229/107 200 426 452 230/150 152 240/1120 SEEN+BY: 240/5832 249/206 307 317 400 250/1 261/38 100 1466 266/512 SEEN+BY: 267/155 275/100 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 291/1 SEEN+BY: 291/111 305/1 3 310/2 31 312/2 317/3 320/119 219 322/757
    SEEN+BY: 340/400 342/13 200 387/21 393/68 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1 SEEN+BY: 801/161 189 2320/105 2452/250 3005/1 3634/12 3828/7 5020/715 SEEN+BY: 5020/1042 31999/99
    @PATH: 104/115 15/0 261/38 396/45 280/464 229/426

    Sean

    --- GoldED/2 3.0.1
    * Origin: Outpost BBS - bbs.outpostbbs.net (1:18/200)
  • From Daniel FitzGerald@1:130/230 to All on Thursday, February 21, 2019 05:16:29
    Got it here just fine...

    [+] Dan FitzGerald
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Future World II - fw2.cnetbbs.net:6800 (1:130/230)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Ron Kinney on Thursday, February 21, 2019 12:56:20
    Hi Ron!

    20 Feb 2019 15:11, from Ron Kinney -> All:

    @TZUTC: -0600
    @MSGID: 339.fidotest@1:104/115 20d307f3
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17a-Linux Oct 5 2018 GCC 4.9.2
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.06-Linux r3.93 Oct 5 2018 GCC 4.9.2
    This is a test. Anyone getting this?

    The Dawn of Demise BBS (tdod.org)
    SEEN-BY: 15/0 19/33 35 36 34/999 90/1 103/705 104/57 115 114/224 706 SEEN-BY: 116/18 120/302 331 123/140 124/5014 5016 128/73 187 130/230 SEEN-BY: 130/803 153/7715 154/10 203/0 218/700 220/60 221/0 222/2
    229/426
    SEEN-BY: 230/150 152 240/1120 5832 249/307 250/1 261/38 100 1466
    266/512
    SEEN-BY: 267/155 275/100 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 291/1 SEEN-BY: 291/111 305/1 3 310/2 31 312/2 320/119 219 340/400 342/13
    387/21
    SEEN-BY: 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1 801/161 189 2320/105 2452/250 SEEN-BY: 3005/1 3634/12 5020/715 1042 31999/99
    @PATH: 104/115 15/0 261/38 396/45 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... There are plenty of ways to enter a pool. The stairs is not one of them. --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: A mind is a terrible thing to...uhhh...I forgot... (2:310/31)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Daniel FitzGerald on Thursday, February 21, 2019 10:10:02
    On 2019 Feb 21 05:16:28, you wrote to All:

    Got it here just fine...

    dude... you really need to start quoting what you are replying to... seriously...

    [+] Dan FitzGerald
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Future World II - fw2.cnetbbs.net:6800 (1:130/230)



    )\/(ark

    Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
    Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong...
    ... McDonald's: Spill a Coffee and WIN!
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Vince Coen@2:250/1 to Ron Kinney on Thursday, February 21, 2019 15:33:08
    Hello Ron!

    Wednesday February 20 2019 15:11, you wrote to All:

    @TZUTC: -0600
    @MSGID: 339.fidotest@1:104/115 20d307f3
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17a-Linux Oct 5 2018 GCC 4.9.2
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.06-Linux r3.93 Oct 5 2018 GCC 4.9.2
    This is a test. Anyone getting this?

    The Dawn of Demise BBS (tdod.org)

    SEEN-BY: 15/0 19/36 25/0 34/999 90/1 104/57 116/18 120/302 331 123/140 SEEN-BY: 153/7715 218/700 220/60 222/2 230/150 152 240/1120 250/0 1 2
    4 5 6 8
    SEEN-BY: 250/32 261/38 100 1466 263/0 266/512 267/155 275/100 282/1031
    1056
    SEEN-BY: 282/1060 291/1 111 320/119 219 340/400 342/13 396/45 712/848 801/161
    SEEN-BY: 801/189 2320/105 3634/12 5020/715 1042
    @PATH: 104/115 15/0 261/38 250/1

    Vince

    --- Mageia Linux v6 X64/Mbse v1.0.7.11/GoldED+/LNX 1.1.501-b20150715
    * Origin: Air Applewood, The Linux Gateway to the UK & Eire (2:250/1)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Jason Bock on Tuesday, March 12, 2019 21:09:30
    On 2019 Mar 12 14:45:40, you wrote to All:

    @TZUTC: -0400
    @MSGID: 2407.fidotest@1:267/310 20ed3dbc
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17b-Win32 Jan 1 2019 MSC 1800
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.06-Win32 r3.101 Jan 1 2019 MSC 1800
    Please respond
    --- SBBSecho 3.06-Win32
    * Origin: SiliconUnderground - siliconu.synchro.net (1:267/310)
    SEEN-BY: 15/0 19/36 34/999 90/1 104/57 116/18 120/302 331 123/140 124/5009 SEEN-BY: 129/102 125 160 165 153/7715 218/700 220/60 222/2 230/150 152 SEEN-BY: 240/1120 250/1 261/1 38 100 220 1466 266/32 75 512 618 267/152
    154
    SEEN-BY: 267/155 310 275/100 282/1031 1056 1060 291/1 111 320/119 219 340/400
    SEEN-BY: 342/13 396/45 712/848 801/161 189 2320/105 3634/12 5020/715 1042 SEEN-BY: 116/116 123/25 150 755 135/300 154/10 3634/15 24 27 50 119 640/1384
    SEEN-BY: 123/50 115 3634/0 18/0 123/0 1/120
    @PATH: 267/310 266/512 261/38 3634/12



    )\/(ark

    Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
    Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong...
    ... Pork rinds? Main ingredient: salt not pork!
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Jason Bock on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 11:23:42
    Hi Jason!

    12 Mar 2019 14:45, from Jason Bock -> All:

    @TZUTC: -0400
    @MSGID: 2407.fidotest@1:267/310 20ed3dbc
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17b-Win32 Jan 1 2019 MSC 1800
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.06-Win32 r3.101 Jan 1 2019 MSC 1800
    Please respond
    SEEN-BY: 1/120 15/0 18/0 19/36 34/999 90/1 103/705 104/57 116/18 116 SEEN-BY: 120/302 331 123/0 25 50 115 140 150 755 124/5009 129/102 125 SEEN-BY: 129/160 165 135/300 153/7715 154/10 203/0 218/700 220/60
    221/0
    SEEN-BY: 221/1 6 360 222/2 229/426 230/150 152 240/1120 5832 250/1
    261/1
    SEEN-BY: 261/38 100 220 1466 266/32 75 512 618 267/152 154 155 310
    275/100
    SEEN-BY: 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 291/1 111 310/31 320/119 SEEN-BY: 320/219 340/400 342/13 396/45 423/120 640/1321 1384 712/848 SEEN-BY: 770/1 801/161 189 2320/105 2452/250 3634/0 12 15 24 27 50 119 SEEN-BY: 5020/715 1042
    @PATH: 267/310 266/512 261/38 3634/12 640/1384 221/1 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Genius is nothing but a greater aptitude for patience. - Ben Franklin
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Does the name Pavlov ring a bell? (2:310/31)
  • From Charles Pierson@1:229/426.67 to Jason Bock on Thursday, March 14, 2019 05:10:05
    Hello, Jason Bock.
    On 3/12/19 2:28 PM you wrote:

    test
    received

    --
    Best regards!
    Posted using Hotdoged on Android
    --- Hotdoged/2.13.5/Android
    * Origin: Houston, Tx (1:229/426.67)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:116/17 to All on Friday, March 29, 2019 22:10:10
    Ok, thinking I fixed my Internet Rex issue and wanted to test and see if messages are getting out and polls are being handled by automation as they should be.

    ... Robert Wolfe <robert.wolfe@winserver.org>, Sysop, Omicron Theta BBS
    --- Platinum Xpress/Win/WINServer v7.0
    * Origin: Lean Angle BBS * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/17)
  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384 to Robert Wolfe on Saturday, March 30, 2019 15:53:56
    Hi! Robert,

    On 29 Mar 19 22:10, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:116/17 071E2655
    @TID: PX/Win v7.0 PX28-1176M
    @TZUTC: -0500
    Ok, thinking I fixed my Internet Rex issue and wanted to test and see
    if messages are getting out and polls are being handled by automation
    as they should be.

    ... Robert Wolfe <robert.wolfe@winserver.org>, Sysop, Omicron Theta
    BBS
    --- Platinum Xpress/Win/WINServer v7.0
    * Origin: Lean Angle BBS * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/17) SEEN-BY: 203/0 221/1 6 360 240/1120 8002 261/38 280/464 5003 5555
    313/41
    SEEN-BY: 320/119 219 335/364 640/1321 1384 712/848 2452/250 3634/12
    @PATH: 116/17 18 261/38 240/1120 221/1 640/1384

    Cheers,
    Paul.

    ... I DID read the manual! That's why I'm confused!!
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20130515
    * Origin: Quinn's Rock - Live from Paul's Xubuntu desktop! (3:640/1384)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Robert Wolfe on Saturday, March 30, 2019 12:02:18
    On 2019 Mar 29 22:10:10, you wrote to All:

    @TID: PX/Win v7.0 PX28-1176M
    @MSGID: 1:116/17 071E2655
    @TZUTC: -0500
    Ok, thinking I fixed my Internet Rex issue and wanted to test and see if messages are getting out and polls are being handled by automation as they should be.

    ... Robert Wolfe <robert.wolfe@winserver.org>, Sysop, Omicron Theta BBS --- Platinum Xpress/Win/WINServer v7.0
    * Origin: Lean Angle BBS * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/17) SEEN-BY: 14/5 15/0 19/36 34/999 90/1 104/57 116/17 18 120/302 331 123/140 SEEN-BY: 153/7715 218/50 700 220/60 222/2 230/150 152 240/1120 250/1
    261/20
    38
    SEEN-BY: 261/100 1466 266/512 267/155 275/100 282/1031 1056 1060 291/1 111 SEEN-BY: 320/119 219 340/400 342/13 396/45 712/848 801/161 189 2320/105 SEEN-BY: 3634/12 5020/715 1042 116/116 123/25 150 755 135/300 154/10 3634/15
    SEEN-BY: 3634/24 27 50 119 640/1384 123/50 115 3634/0 18/0 123/0 1/120 @PATH: 116/17 18 261/38 3634/12



    )\/(ark

    Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
    Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong...
    ... An ounce image is worth a pound of performance.
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Jason Bock@1:266/512 to All on Saturday, March 30, 2019 13:29:00
    I am testing incoming mail to me from CFBBS.

    --- QScan/PCB v1.20a / 01-0462
    * Origin: Christian Fellowship | cfbbs.no-ip.com 856-933-7096 (1:266/512)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Jason Bock on Saturday, March 30, 2019 11:53:14
    I am testing incoming mail to me from CFBBS.

    I hope you got it.. :)

    --- BBBS/Li6 v4.10 Toy-4
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Jason Bock on Saturday, March 30, 2019 15:15:30
    On 2019 Mar 30 13:29:00, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:266/512@fidonet.org 6c52749a
    I am testing incoming mail to me from CFBBS.

    --- QScan/PCB v1.20a / 01-0462
    * Origin: Christian Fellowship | cfbbs.no-ip.com 856-933-7096 (1:266/512) SEEN-BY: 14/5 15/0 19/36 34/999 90/1 104/57 116/18 120/302 331 123/140 SEEN-BY: 124/5009 129/102 125 160 165 153/7715 218/700 220/60 222/2
    230/150
    SEEN-BY: 230/152 240/1120 250/1 261/1 38 100 220 1466 266/32 75 512 618 SEEN-BY: 267/152 154 155 310 275/100 282/1031 1056 1060 291/1 111 320/119 219
    SEEN-BY: 340/400 342/13 396/45 712/848 801/161 189 2320/105 3634/12 5020/715
    SEEN-BY: 5020/1042 116/116 123/25 150 755 135/300 154/10 3634/15 24 27 50 119
    SEEN-BY: 640/1384 123/50 115 3634/0 18/0 123/0 1/120
    @PATH: 266/512 261/38 3634/12



    )\/(ark

    Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
    Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong...
    ... To you I'm an atheist. To God I am the loyal opposition.
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Jason Bock@1:266/310 to All on Saturday, March 30, 2019 12:27:00
    Test from new setup

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.3/100
    * Origin: SiliconUnderground (1:266/310)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Jason Bock on Sunday, March 31, 2019 16:18:18
    Hi Jason!

    30 Mar 2019 12:27, from Jason Bock -> All:

    @MSGID: 1:266/310 0010ac08
    Test from new setup

    SEEN-BY: 10/0 1 14/5 15/0 19/36 34/999 90/1 102/401 103/705 104/57
    116/18
    SEEN-BY: 120/302 331 123/140 124/5009 129/102 125 160 165 153/7715
    154/10
    SEEN-BY: 203/0 214/22 218/0 1 210 215 401 520 600 600 640 700 720 802 SEEN-BY: 220/60 221/0 222/2 229/426 230/150 152 240/1120 5832 250/1 SEEN-BY: 261/1 38 100 220 1466 266/32 75 310 512 618 267/152 154 155 SEEN-BY: 267/310 275/100 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 291/1 SEEN-BY: 291/111 310/31 320/119 219 340/400 342/13 396/45 423/120
    712/848
    SEEN-BY: 770/1 801/161 189 2320/105 2452/250 3634/12 5020/715 1042
    @PATH: 266/310 512 261/38 218/700 103/705 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Some people grow under responsibility. Others merely swell up.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Looks like another case of Clue Deficit Disorder. (2:310/31)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:116/18.2 to Jason Bock on Sunday, March 31, 2019 09:01:22
    I am testing incoming mail to me from CFBBS.

    Looks like it made it here! :)

    --- BBBS/2 v4.10 Toy-4
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/2 * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/18.2)
  • From Daniel FitzGerald@1:130/230 to All on Sunday, March 31, 2019 09:51:11
    Got to Future World II

    [+] Dan FitzGerald
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Future World II - fw2.cnetbbs.net:6800 (1:130/230)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Jason Bock on Sunday, March 31, 2019 13:28:28
    On 2019 Mar 30 12:27:00, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:266/310 0010ac08
    Test from new setup

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.3/100
    * Origin: SiliconUnderground (1:266/310)
    SEEN-BY: 14/5 15/0 19/36 34/999 90/1 104/57 116/18 120/302 331 123/140 SEEN-BY: 124/5009 129/102 125 160 165 153/7715 218/700 220/60 222/2
    230/150
    SEEN-BY: 230/152 240/1120 250/1 261/1 38 100 220 1466 266/32 75 310 512
    618
    SEEN-BY: 267/152 154 155 310 275/100 282/1031 1056 1060 291/1 111 320/119 219
    SEEN-BY: 340/400 342/13 396/45 712/848 801/161 189 2320/105 3634/12 5020/715
    SEEN-BY: 5020/1042 116/116 123/25 150 755 135/300 154/10 3634/15 24 27 50 119
    SEEN-BY: 640/1384 123/50 115 3634/0 18/0 123/0 1/120
    @PATH: 266/310 512 261/38 3634/12



    )\/(ark

    Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
    Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong...
    ... Only in politics do resurrections occur. - Robert Bourassa
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Jason Bock@1:267/310 to All on Tuesday, March 12, 2019 14:28:46
    test
    --- SBBSecho 3.06-Win32
    * Origin: SiliconUnderground - siliconu.synchro.net (1:267/310)
  • From Roman Litvinenko@1:267/67 to Jason Bock on Tuesday, March 12, 2019 15:01:38
    Hello Jason!

    Tuesday March 12 2019 14:28, you wrote to All:

    test
    All 3 of them made it to New York :)

    Roman

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: New origin (8) (1:267/67)
  • From Jason Bock@1:267/310 to All on Tuesday, March 12, 2019 14:45:41
    Please respond
    --- SBBSecho 3.06-Win32
    * Origin: SiliconUnderground - siliconu.synchro.net (1:267/310)
  • From Lord of Darkness@1:226/16 to All on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 19:26:04
    Testing to see if this is getting out

    Thanks




    --- ENiGMA 1/2 v0.0.10-alpha (linux; x64; 10.15.1)
    * Origin: The Amiga Frontier BBS |frontierbbs.net:8888| OH (1:226/16)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Lord of Darkness on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 15:07:21
    Hi Lord,

    On 2019-02-26 19:26:04, you wrote to All:

    It took a month, but it's out now...

    @MSGID: 169.fidotest@1:226/16 13c7ebe0
    @TZUTC: -0400
    @TID: ENiGMA1/2 0.0.10.a (linux; x64; 10.15.1)
    @CHRS: UTF-8 4
    Testing to see if this is getting out

    Thanks




    --- ENiGMA 1/2 v0.0.10-alpha (linux; x64; 10.15.1)
    * Origin: The Amiga Frontier BBS |frontierbbs.net:8888| OH (1:226/16) SEEN-BY: 15/2 18/200 103/705 123/1970 154/10 203/0 221/0 226/16 17
    229/107
    SEEN-BY: 229/200 354 426 452 1014 240/5832 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 SEEN-BY: 280/5003 5555 310/31 317/3 322/757 342/200 393/68 396/45 423/120 SEEN-BY: 712/848 770/1 2452/250 3828/7
    @PATH: 226/16 229/426 280/464

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Lord of Darkness on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 11:50:18
    On 2019 Feb 26 19:26:04, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 169.fidotest@1:226/16 13c7ebe0
    @TZUTC: -0400
    @TID: ENiGMA1/2 0.0.10.a (linux; x64; 10.15.1)
    @CHRS: UTF-8 4
    Testing to see if this is getting out

    Thanks




    --- ENiGMA 1/2 v0.0.10-alpha (linux; x64; 10.15.1)
    * Origin: The Amiga Frontier BBS |frontierbbs.net:8888| OH (1:226/16) SEEN-BY: 15/2 18/200 103/705 123/1970 154/10 203/0 221/0 1 6 360 226/16 17 SEEN-BY: 229/107 200 354 426 452 1014 240/1120 5832 249/206 307 317 400 SEEN-BY: 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 317/3 320/119 219 322/757 342/200 393/68 SEEN-BY: 396/45 423/120 640/1321 1384 712/848 770/1 2452/250 3634/12
    3828/7
    SEEN-BY: 116/116 123/25 150 755 135/300 153/7715 154/10 261/38 3634/15 24 27
    SEEN-BY: 3634/50 119 123/50 115 3634/12 0 18/0 123/0 1/120
    @PATH: 226/16 229/426 280/464 221/1 640/1384 3634/12



    )\/(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 need not suffer in silence while I can still piss and whine.
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to All on Saturday, April 06, 2019 22:57:44
    Testing to see if 1) this is getting out 2) to make sure I'm not sending duplicate packets to my Hub

    Thanks!
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
    --- SBBSecho 3.06-Linux
    * Origin: The New Frontier ][ BBS(frontierbbs.net) - [Ohio] (1:226/17)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Charles Stephenson on Saturday, April 06, 2019 20:23:14
    Testing to see if 1) this is getting out 2) to make sure I'm not sending duplicate packets to my Hub

    I only see one message here.. not sure about your hub though.. :)

    --- BBBS/Li6 v4.10 Toy-4
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From KrUpTiOn@1:226/16 to Alan Ianson on Sunday, April 07, 2019 02:22:28
    On Apr 6th 11:43 pm Alan Ianson said...
    Testing to see if 1) this is getting out 2) to make sure I'm not
    sending > duplicate packets to my Hub



    I only see one message here.. not sure about your hub though.. :)
    --- BBBS/Li6 v4.10 Toy-4


    My fingers are crossed! :)



    --- ENiGMA 1/2 v0.0.10-alpha (linux; x64; 10.15.3)
    * Origin: The Amiga Frontier BBS |frontierbbs.net:8888| OH (1:226/16)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Charles Stephenson on Sunday, April 07, 2019 05:34:38
    On 2019 Apr 06 22:57:44, you wrote to All:

    @TZUTC: -0400
    @MSGID: 92.fidonetfidotest@1:226/17 210e9d84
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17c-Linux Feb 20 2019 GCC 8.2.0
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.06-Linux r3.105 Feb 20 2019 GCC 8.2.0
    Testing to see if 1) this is getting out 2) to make sure I'm not sending duplicate packets to my Hub

    Thanks!
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
    --- SBBSecho 3.06-Linux
    * Origin: The New Frontier ][ BBS(frontierbbs.net) - [Ohio] (1:226/17) SEEN-BY: 1/17 2/105 15/2 18/200 100/22 109 103/705 123/1970 154/10 203/0 221/0
    SEEN-BY: 221/1 6 360 226/16 17 229/107 200 354 426 452 1014 240/1120 5832 SEEN-BY: 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 300/0 1 310/31 317/3
    320/119
    SEEN-BY: 320/219 322/757 342/200 393/68 396/45 411/38 423/120 500/13 640/1321
    SEEN-BY: 640/1384 712/848 770/1 2452/250 3634/12 3828/7 116/116 123/25 150 755
    SEEN-BY: 135/300 153/7715 154/10 261/38 3634/15 24 27 50 119 123/50 115 SEEN-BY: 3634/12 0 18/0 123/0 1/120
    @PATH: 226/17 229/426 280/464 221/1 640/1384 3634/12



    )\/(ark

    Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
    Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong...
    ... File HA-HA.TXT not found. ROFL instead? Y/n
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Daniel FitzGerald@1:130/230 to All on Sunday, April 07, 2019 05:10:34
    Made it here as just a single message!

    [+] Dan FitzGerald
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Future World II - fw2.cnetbbs.net:6800 (1:130/230)
  • From KrUpTiOn@1:226/16 to Jason Bock on Wednesday, April 17, 2019 00:31:42
    On Apr 17th 12:06 am Jason Bock said...


    Testing from yet another setup
    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/03 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: SiliconUnderground | Rochester, NY | siliconu.com (1:267/310)




    --- ENiGMA 1/2 v0.0.10-alpha (linux; x64; 10.15.3)
    * Origin: The Amiga Frontier BBS |frontierbbs.net:8888| OH (1:226/16)
  • From Charles Pierson@1:229/426.67 to Daniel FitzGerald on Monday, April 08, 2019 07:38:22
    Hello, Daniel FitzGerald.
    On 4/7/19 5:10 AM you wrote:

    Made it here as just a single message! [+] Dan FitzGerald

    Congrats!
    --
    Best regards!
    Posted using Hotdoged on Android
    --- Hotdoged/2.13.5/Android
    * Origin: Houston, Tx (1:229/426.67)
  • From Jason Bock@1:267/310 to All on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 14:18:07
    Testing from yet another setup

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/03 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: SiliconUnderground | Rochester, NY | siliconu.com (1:267/310)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Jason Bock on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 20:46:02
    Hi Jason!

    16 Apr 2019 14:18, from Jason Bock -> All:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A43
    @MSGID: 1:267/310 15954dcf
    @TZUTC: -0400
    Testing from yet another setup

    SEEN-BY: 19/36 57/0 103/705 154/10 203/0 221/0 229/426 240/5832
    267/800
    SEEN-BY: 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 317/2 393/68 396/45 423/120 712/848 SEEN-BY: 770/0 1 10 100 330 340 772/0 1 210 500 2320/200 2452/250
    @PATH: 267/310 800 770/1 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Before we begin, is anyone here an investigative reporter?
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: So I took the liberty of spicing it up a bit. (2:310/31)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757.2 to Jason Bock on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 13:37:06
    On 16 Apr 2019, Jason Bock said the following...

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A43
    @MSGID: 1:267/310 15954dcf
    @TZUTC: -0400
    @SEEN-BY: 153/105 135 250 757 6809 7715 221/6 267/67 290/10
    @PATH: 267/310 800 770/1 280/464 221/1 6 153/757
    Testing from yet another setup

    -+- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/03 (Windows/64)
    + Origin: SiliconUnderground | Rochester, NY | siliconu.com (1:267/310)

    Looks good here..

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/02 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: Equinox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757.2)
  • From Sean Dennis@1:18/200 to Jason Bock on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 19:59:17
    Hello Jason,

    16 Apr 19 14:18 at you wrote to All:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A43
    @MSGID: 1:267/310 15954dcf
    @TZUTC: -0400
    Testing from yet another setup

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/03 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: SiliconUnderground | Rochester, NY | siliconu.com
    (1:267/310)

    SEEN-BY: 15/2 18/200 19/36 57/0 103/705 123/1970 154/10 203/0 221/0
    226/16 17
    SEEN-BY: 229/107 200 354 426 452 1014 240/5832 249/206 307 317 400
    267/800
    SEEN-BY: 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 317/2 3 322/757 342/200 393/68
    396/45
    SEEN-BY: 423/120 712/848 770/0 1 10 100 330 340 772/0 1 210 500
    2320/200
    SEEN-BY: 2452/250 3828/7
    @PATH: 267/310 800 770/1 280/464 229/426 18/200

    Later,
    Sean

    ... "It's always a bumpy ride on the train to damnation." - Hap Newsom
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: Outpost BBS * Limestone, TN, USA (1:18/200)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Jason Bock on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 22:13:36
    On 2019 Apr 16 14:18:06, you wrote to All:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A43
    @MSGID: 1:267/310 15954dcf
    @TZUTC: -0400
    Testing from yet another setup

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/03 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: SiliconUnderground | Rochester, NY | siliconu.com (1:267/310) SEEN-BY: 19/36 57/0 103/705 154/10 203/0 221/0 1 6 360 229/426 240/1120 5832
    SEEN-BY: 267/800 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 317/2 320/119 219 393/68 396/45 SEEN-BY: 423/120 640/1321 1384 712/848 770/0 1 10 100 330 340 772/0 1 210 500
    SEEN-BY: 2320/200 2452/250 3634/12 116/116 123/25 150 755 135/300 153/7715 SEEN-BY: 154/10 261/38 3634/15 24 27 50 119 123/50 115 3634/12 0 18/0
    123/0
    SEEN-BY: 1/120
    @PATH: 267/310 800 770/1 280/464 221/1 640/1384 3634/12



    )\/(ark

    Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
    Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong...
    ... DYHA the Newfie who went ice fishing and caught a 40 lb ice?
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From ROD BARNHART@1:226/50 to All on Thursday, May 09, 2019 21:27:48
    RE: Test
    BY: All

    Testing my outbound... Think it's working now :)

    --- WWIV 5.4.0.development
    * Origin: Nitemare Cafe (1:226/50)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757.1 to ROD BARNHART on Thursday, May 09, 2019 20:47:08
    ID: WWIV 5.4.0.development
    Testing my outbound... Think it's working now :)

    I agree.. looks good here.. :)

    --- AfterShock/Android 1.6.7
    * Origin: Al's Point - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757.1)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to ROD BARNHART on Friday, May 10, 2019 09:12:04
    Hi ROD,

    On 2019-05-09 21:27:48, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:226/50 5CD4D3CC
    @PID: WWIV 5.4.0.development
    @TID: WWIV NET53.development
    @CHRS: CP437 2
    @TZUTC: -0400

    Great set of kludge lines! ;)

    RE: Test
    BY: All

    Those are redundant in the message body.

    Testing my outbound... Think it's working now :)

    --- WWIV 5.4.0.development
    * Origin: Nitemare Cafe (1:226/50)
    SEEN-BY: 14/5 15/0 19/36 34/999 90/1 103/705 104/57 106/201 116/18 120/302 SEEN-BY: 120/331 123/140 153/7715 154/10 203/0 218/700 221/1 6 360 222/2 SEEN-BY: 226/50 229/426 230/150 152 240/1120 5832 250/1 261/38 100 1466 SEEN-BY: 266/512 267/155 275/100 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 SEEN-BY: 291/1 111 300/5 6 310/31 320/101 119 219 340/0 201 400 800 SEEN-BY: 342/13 396/45 423/120 640/1384 712/848 770/1 801/161 189 2320/105 SEEN-BY: 2452/250 3634/12 5020/715 1042
    @PATH: 340/400 261/38 320/119 221/1 280/464

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to ROD BARNHART on Friday, May 10, 2019 10:54:18
    Hi ROD!

    09 May 2019 21:27, from ROD BARNHART -> All:

    @TID: WWIV NET53.development
    @MSGID: 1:226/50 5CD4D3CC
    @CHRS: CP437 2
    @TZUTC: -0400
    @PID: WWIV 5.4.0.development
    RE: Test
    BY: All

    Testing my outbound... Think it's working now :)

    SEEN-BY: 14/5 15/0 19/36 34/999 90/1 103/705 104/57 106/201 116/18
    120/302
    SEEN-BY: 120/331 123/140 153/7715 154/10 203/0 218/700 221/1 6 360
    222/2
    SEEN-BY: 226/50 229/426 230/150 152 240/1120 5832 250/1 261/38 100
    1466
    SEEN-BY: 266/512 267/155 275/100 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 SEEN-BY: 291/1 111 300/5 6 310/31 320/101 119 219 340/0 201 400 800 SEEN-BY: 342/13 396/45 423/120 640/1384 712/848 770/1 801/161 189
    2320/105
    SEEN-BY: 2452/250 3634/12 5020/715 1042
    @PATH: 340/400 261/38 320/119 221/1 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Having the right to do it doesn't always mean that doing it is right.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: A learned fool is more foolish than an ignorant fool. (2:310/31)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to ROD BARNHART on Friday, May 10, 2019 11:42:58
    On 2019 May 09 21:27:48, you wrote to All:

    @TID: WWIV NET53.development
    @MSGID: 1:226/50 5CD4D3CC
    @CHRS: CP437 2
    @TZUTC: -0400
    @PID: WWIV 5.4.0.development
    RE: Test
    BY: All

    Testing my outbound... Think it's working now :)

    --- WWIV 5.4.0.development
    * Origin: Nitemare Cafe (1:226/50)
    SEEN-BY: 14/5 15/0 19/36 34/999 90/1 104/57 106/201 116/18 120/302 331 123/140
    SEEN-BY: 153/7715 218/700 222/2 226/50 230/150 152 240/1120 250/1 261/38 100
    SEEN-BY: 261/1466 266/512 267/155 275/100 282/1031 1056 1060 291/1 111 300/5 6
    SEEN-BY: 320/119 219 340/0 201 400 800 342/13 396/45 712/848 801/161 189 SEEN-BY: 2320/105 3634/12 5020/715 1042 116/116 123/25 150 755 135/300 154/10
    SEEN-BY: 3634/15 24 27 50 119 640/1384 123/50 115 3634/0 18/0 123/0 1/120 @PATH: 340/400 261/38 3634/12



    )\/(ark

    Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
    Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong...
    ... A wise man never plants more garden than his wife can take care of.
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/6 to Flavio Bessa on Tuesday, July 16, 2019 12:41:58
    05 Jul 19 10:00, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 4:801/189.1 5d1f4a05
    @PID: GED-NSFOSX 1.1.5-20090710
    @CHRS: LATIN-1 2
    @TZUTC: -0300
    @TID: CrashMail II/Linux 0.7
    Hello everybody.

    Hello Flavio.

    1 2 3

    4 5 6

    Flavio

    ... "Ah! Uma mosca. Pensei que fosse um bicho." - R, Ter VI
    --- MacFidoIP 1.0 (OSX)
    * Origin: Hyperion's Orbit - Resisting since 1995! (4:801/189.1)
    SEEN-BY: 1/120 14/5 6 15/0 18/0 19/36 34/999 90/1 104/57 106/201 116/18 116 SEEN-BY: 120/302 331 123/0 25 50 115 140 150 755 135/300 153/757 7715 154/10 SEEN-BY: 203/0 218/700 221/0 1 6 360 222/2 230/150 152 240/1120 250/1 261/38 SEEN-BY: 261/100 1466 266/512 267/155 275/100 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 SEEN-BY: 282/1060 291/1 111 320/119 219 340/400 342/13 396/45 640/1321 1384 SEEN-BY: 712/848 801/161 189 2320/105 3634/0 12 15 24 27 50 119 5020/715 1042 @PATH: 801/189 261/38 3634/12 640/1384 221/1 6

    'Tommi

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: nntps://news.fidonet.fi (2:221/6)
  • From Flavio Bessa@4:801/189.1 to All on Friday, July 05, 2019 10:00:48
    Hello everybody.

    1 2 3

    Flavio

    ... "Ah! Uma mosca. Pensei que fosse um bicho." - R, Ter VI
    --- MacFidoIP 1.0 (OSX)
    * Origin: Hyperion's Orbit - Resisting since 1995! (4:801/189.1)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Flavio Bessa on Tuesday, July 16, 2019 13:39:14
    On 2019 Jul 05 10:00:48, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 4:801/189.1 5d1f4a05
    @PID: GED-NSFOSX 1.1.5-20090710
    @CHRS: LATIN-1 2
    @TZUTC: -0300
    @TID: CrashMail II/Linux 0.7
    Hello everybody.

    1 2 3

    Flavio

    ... "Ah! Uma mosca. Pensei que fosse um bicho." - R, Ter VI
    --- MacFidoIP 1.0 (OSX)
    * Origin: Hyperion's Orbit - Resisting since 1995! (4:801/189.1)
    SEEN-BY: 14/5 15/0 19/36 34/999 90/1 104/57 106/201 116/18 120/302 331 123/140
    SEEN-BY: 153/7715 218/700 222/2 230/150 152 240/1120 250/1 261/38 100 1466 SEEN-BY: 266/512 267/155 275/100 282/1031 1056 1060 291/1 111 320/119 219 SEEN-BY: 340/400 342/13 396/45 712/848 801/161 189 2320/105 3634/12 5020/715
    SEEN-BY: 5020/1042 116/116 123/25 150 755 135/300 154/10 3634/15 24 27 50 119
    SEEN-BY: 640/1384 123/50 115 14/6 3634/0 18/0 123/0 1/120
    @PATH: 801/189 261/38 3634/12



    )\/(ark

    And to this end they built themselves a stupendous super-computer which was
    so amazingly intelligent that even before its data banks had been connected
    up it had started from "I think therefore I am" and got as far as deducing
    the existence of rice pudding and income tax before anyone managed to turn
    it off.
    ... I'm Buy-sexual, I have to pay for it.
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Joe Schweier@1:342/200 to Flavio Bessa on Thursday, July 18, 2019 21:17:00
    Hello everybody.

    1 2 3

    Flavio

    Got it....

    ---
    * Origin: Joe's Mail System 1:342/200 -=joesbbs.com=- (1:342/200)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to All on Friday, September 20, 2019 21:33:48
    Testing InterEcho again...


    --- InterEcho 1.20
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/WC4 * Memphis TN * wc4.winserver.org (1:261/20)
  • From Daniel FitzGerald@1:130/230 to All on Saturday, September 21, 2019 17:33:24
    On Fri 20-Sep-2019 9:33p, Robert Wolfe@1:261/20.0 wrote:
    Testing InterEcho again...

    Made it to Future World II BBS.

    [+] Dan FitzGerald
    --- CNet/5
    * Origin: Future World II - fw2.cnetbbs.net:6800 (1:130/230)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Robert Wolfe on Sunday, September 22, 2019 07:07:38
    Hi Robert!

    20 Sep 2019 21:33, from Robert Wolfe -> All:

    @MSGID: 1:261/20 33159d11
    @TID: InterEcho 1.20 00000000
    Testing InterEcho again...


    SEEN-BY: 1/120 14/6 15/0 18/0 19/36 34/999 90/1 103/705 104/57 106/201 SEEN-BY: 116/17 18 116 120/302 331 123/0 25 50 115 140 150 755 135/300 SEEN-BY: 153/757 7715 154/10 203/0 218/50 700 221/0 1 6 360 222/2
    229/426
    SEEN-BY: 230/150 152 240/1120 5832 250/1 261/20 38 100 1466 266/512 SEEN-BY: 267/155 275/100 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 291/1 SEEN-BY: 291/111 310/31 320/119 219 340/400 342/13 396/45 423/120
    640/1321
    SEEN-BY: 640/1384 712/848 770/1 801/161 189 2320/105 2452/250 3634/0 SEEN-BY: 3634/12 15 24 27 50 119 5020/715 1042
    @PATH: 261/20 116/18 261/38 3634/12 640/1384 221/1 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Misers aren't fun to live with but they make wonderful ancestors.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Power doesn't corrupt people, people corrupt power. (2:310/31)
  • From Erich Mounce@1:340/100 to Robert Wolfe on Sunday, September 22, 2019 12:56:26
    Re: Test
    By: Robert Wolfe to All on Fri Sep 20 2019 09:33 pm

    Testing InterEcho again...

    received!
    --- SBBSecho 3.09-Linux
    * Origin: bbs.echto.net 1:340/100 (1:340/100)
  • From Fabio Bizzi@2:335/364.1 to Robert Wolfe on Monday, September 23, 2019 09:58:28
    Hello Robert!

    20 Sep 19 21:33, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:261/20 33159d11
    @TID: InterEcho 1.20 00000000
    Testing InterEcho again...


    --- InterEcho 1.20
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/WC4 * Memphis TN * wc4.winserver.org
    (1:261/20)
    SEEN-BY: 1/120 14/6 15/0 18/0 19/36 34/999 90/1 104/57 106/201 116/17
    18 116
    SEEN-BY: 120/302 331 123/0 25 50 115 140 150 755 135/300 153/757 7715 154/10
    SEEN-BY: 203/0 218/50 700 221/0 1 6 360 222/2 230/150 152 240/1120
    250/1
    SEEN-BY: 261/20 38 100 1466 266/512 267/155 275/100 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031
    SEEN-BY: 282/1056 1060 291/1 111 320/119 219 333/808 335/206 364
    340/400
    SEEN-BY: 342/13 396/45 640/1321 1384 712/848 801/161 189 2320/105
    3634/0 12 15
    SEEN-BY: 3634/24 27 50 119 5020/715 1042
    @PATH: 261/20 116/18 261/38 3634/12 640/1384 221/1 6 335/364

    Ciao!
    Fabio

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: ]\/[imac Rebirth Boss Point (2:335/364.1)
  • From Joseph Werle@1:220/70 to All on Sunday, October 06, 2019 18:08:04
    Just a test to make sure this thing is working.

    Joe

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/02 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: The Virtual Terminal (1:220/70)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Joseph Werle on Sunday, October 06, 2019 16:29:16
    @SEEN-BY: 19/36 57/0 103/705 153/757 154/10 203/0 220/70 221/0 1 6 360 229/426 >@SEEN-BY: 240/1120 5832 267/800 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 317/3 335/364 396/45 >@SEEN-BY: 423/120 712/848 770/0 1 100 330 340 772/0 1 210 500 2452/250
    @PATH: 220/70 770/1 280/464 221/1 6 153/757
    @MSGID: 1:220/70 4bc543aa
    @TZUTC: -0500
    @MSGID: 1:220/70 4bc543aa

    Just a test to make sure this thing is working.

    It looks good to me.. :)

    --- BBBS/Li6 v4.10 Toy-4
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384 to Joseph Werle on Monday, October 07, 2019 09:34:34
    Hi! Joseph,

    On 06 Oct 19 18:08, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:220/70 4bc543aa
    @TZUTC: -0500
    Just a test to make sure this thing is working.

    Joe

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/02 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: The Virtual Terminal (1:220/70)
    SEEN-BY: 19/36 57/0 103/705 154/10 203/0 220/70 221/0 1 6 360 229/426 SEEN-BY: 240/1120 5832 267/800 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 317/3 320/119 SEEN-BY: 320/219 396/45 423/120 640/1138 1321 1384 712/848 770/0 1 100 SEEN-BY: 770/330 340 772/0 1 210 500 2452/250 3634/12
    @PATH: 220/70 770/1 280/464 221/1 640/1384

    Cheers,
    Paul.

    ... Oh, no! Not ANOTHER learning experience!
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20130515
    * Origin: Quinn's Rock - Live from Paul's Xubuntu desktop! (3:640/1384)
  • From Fabio Bizzi@2:335/364.1 to Joseph Werle on Monday, October 07, 2019 08:14:28
    Hello Joseph!

    06 Oct 19 18:08, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:220/70 4bc543aa
    @TZUTC: -0500
    Just a test to make sure this thing is working.

    Joe

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/02 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: The Virtual Terminal (1:220/70)
    SEEN-BY: 19/36 57/0 103/705 154/10 203/0 220/70 221/0 1 6 360 229/426 240/1120
    SEEN-BY: 240/5832 267/800 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 317/3 333/808
    335/206 364
    SEEN-BY: 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/0 1 100 330 340 772/0 1 210 500 2452/250
    @PATH: 220/70 770/1 280/464 221/1 6 335/364

    It's working fine. :)

    Ciao!
    Fabio

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: ]\/[imac Rebirth Boss Point (2:335/364.1)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to JOSEPH WERLE on Monday, October 07, 2019 15:10:00
    Just a test to make sure this thing is working.

    Got it in Arkansas.

    Daryl


    * OLX 1.53 * What is a Zebra?? 25 sizes larger than an "A" bra.
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)
  • From Richard Williamson@1:387/25 to Robert Wolfe on Tuesday, October 08, 2019 01:23:36
    made it to texas



    === Richard's fun house
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: Richard's Fun House |http://richardf.ddns.net (1:387/25)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Joseph Werle on Tuesday, October 08, 2019 13:57:44
    Hi Joseph!

    06 Oct 2019 18:08, from Joseph Werle -> All:

    @MSGID: 1:220/70 4bc543aa
    @TZUTC: -0500
    Just a test to make sure this thing is working.

    Joe

    SEEN-BY: 19/36 57/0 103/705 154/10 203/0 220/70 221/0 229/426 240/5832 SEEN-BY: 267/800 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 317/3 396/45 423/120 712/848 SEEN-BY: 770/0 1 100 330 340 772/0 1 210 500 2452/250
    @PATH: 220/70 770/1 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... He was jailed for his beliefs: he believed the watchman was asleep.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: A liar isn't believed even when he speaks the truth. (2:310/31)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Joseph Werle on Tuesday, October 08, 2019 20:54:50
    On 2019 Oct 06 18:08:04, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:220/70 4bc543aa
    @TZUTC: -0500
    Just a test to make sure this thing is working.

    Joe

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/02 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: The Virtual Terminal (1:220/70)
    SEEN-BY: 19/36 57/0 103/705 154/10 203/0 220/70 221/0 1 6 360 229/426 240/1120
    SEEN-BY: 240/5832 267/800 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 317/3 320/119 219
    396/45
    SEEN-BY: 423/120 640/1138 1321 1384 712/848 770/0 1 100 330 340 772/0 1
    210
    SEEN-BY: 772/500 2452/250 3634/12 116/116 123/25 150 755 135/300 153/7715 SEEN-BY: 154/10 261/38 3634/15 24 27 50 119 123/50 115 14/6 3634/12 0 18/0 SEEN-BY: 123/0 1/120
    @PATH: 220/70 770/1 280/464 221/1 640/1384 3634/12



    )\/(ark

    Once men turned their thinking over to machines in the hope that this would set
    them free. But that only permitted other men with machines to enslave them. ... Wanted: somebody to pay me to do what I want!
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Nick Mackechnie@3:772/210 to Richard Williamson on Saturday, October 12, 2019 19:23:00
    made it to texas

    And New Zealand....

    --- SLMAIL v5.1 (#SLO409KEDG15G098)
    * Origin: The Trashcan - The BEST rubbish * bbs.thenet.gen.nz (3:772/210)
  • From Nick Mackechnie@3:772/210 to Richard Williamson on Saturday, October 12, 2019 19:23:00
    made it to texas

    And New Zealand....

    --- SLMAIL v5.1 (#SLO409KEDG15G098)
    * Origin: The Trashcan - The BEST rubbish * bbs.thenet.gen.nz (3:772/210)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Nick Mackechnie on Saturday, October 12, 2019 11:27:57
    Hi Nick,

    On 2019-10-12 19:23:00, you wrote to Richard Williamson:

    made it to texas

    And New Zealand....

    --- SLMAIL v5.1 (#SLO409KEDG15G098)
    * Origin: The Trashcan - The BEST rubbish * bbs.thenet.gen.nz
    (3:772/210)
    SEEN-BY: 19/36 57/0 103/705 154/10 203/0 220/70 221/0 229/426 240/5832 SEEN-BY: 267/800 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 317/3 396/45 423/120 712/848 SEEN-BY: 770/0 1 100 330 340 772/0 1 210 500 2452/250
    @PATH: 772/210 770/1 280/464
    @Via SLMAIL v5.1 (#SLO409KEDG15G098)

    A Via line in echomail. That's strange!

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/360 to Wilfred van Velzen on Saturday, October 12, 2019 18:33:52
    On 12.10.2019 12:27, Wilfred van Velzen -> Nick Mackechnie :

     NM>> @Via SLMAIL v5.1  (#SLO409KEDG15G098)

    A Via line in echomail. That's strange!

    Strange indeed, but not illegal.

    --- Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:60.0) Gecko/20100101 Thunderbird/60.9.0
    * Origin: nntp://rpi.rbb.bbs.fi - Ylöjärvi - Finland (2:221/360)
  • From Jeff Smith@1:14/6 to Joseph Werle on Monday, October 14, 2019 21:35:13
    Hello Joseph!

    06 Oct 19 18:08, you wrote to all:

    @MSGID: 1:220/70 4bc543aa
    @TZUTC: -0500
    Just a test to make sure this thing is working.

    Joe

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/02 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: The Virtual Terminal (1:220/70)
    SEEN-BY: 19/36 57/0 103/705 154/10 203/0 220/70 221/0 1 6 360 229/426 240/1120
    SEEN-BY: 240/5832 267/800 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 317/3 320/119 219 396/45
    SEEN-BY: 423/120 640/1138 1321 1384 712/848 770/0 1 100 330 340 772/0
    1 210
    SEEN-BY: 772/500 2452/250 3634/12 116/116 123/25 150 755 135/300
    153/7715
    SEEN-BY: 154/10 261/38 3634/15 24 27 50 119 123/50 115 14/6 3634/12 0
    18/0
    SEEN-BY: 123/0 1/120
    @PATH: 220/70 770/1 280/464 221/1 640/1384 3634/12

    Got you 5 by 5 here.

    Jeff


    --- Mystic v1.12 A43 (2019/03/02) GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: The Twisted Balloon - bbs.twisted-balloon.org (1:14/6)
  • From Chuckster Stephenson@1:226/16 to All on Friday, October 25, 2019 12:05:47
    Seeing if this is getting out



    --- ENiGMA 1/2 v0.0.10-alpha (linux; x64; 10.15.2)
    * Origin: The Amiga Frontier BBS |frontierbbs.net:8888| OH (1:226/16)
  • From Strahinja Bojovic@2:382/147 to Chuckster Stephenson on Friday, October 25, 2019 19:52:27
    Seeing if this is getting out

    Yes :)

    --- WILDMAIL!/WC v4.12
    * Origin: * VORTEX BBS * Serbia * vortex.redirectme.net:3777 (2:382/147.0)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Chuckster Stephenson on Friday, October 25, 2019 20:40:23
    Hi Chuckster,

    On 2019-10-25 12:05:47, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 56635.fidotest@1:226/16 00ca3b78
    @TZUTC: -0400
    @TID: ENiGMA1/2 0.0.10.a (linux; x64; 10.15.2)
    @CHRS: UTF-8 4
    Seeing if this is getting out

    It is... But why aren't you in AmigaNet? ;)

    --- ENiGMA 1/2 v0.0.10-alpha (linux; x64; 10.15.2)
    * Origin: The Amiga Frontier BBS |frontierbbs.net:8888| OH (1:226/16) SEEN-BY: 1/123 15/2 18/200 103/705 154/10 203/0 221/0 226/16 227/114 SEEN-BY: 229/200 354 426 452 1014 240/5832 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 SEEN-BY: 280/5003 5555 310/31 317/3 322/757 342/200 396/45 423/120 712/848 SEEN-BY: 770/1 2452/250
    @PATH: 226/16 229/426 280/464

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Chuckster Stephenson on Saturday, October 26, 2019 00:04:26
    Hi Chuckster!

    25 Oct 2019 12:05, from Chuckster Stephenson -> All:

    @MSGID: 56635.fidotest@1:226/16 00ca3b78
    @TZUTC: -0400
    @TID: ENiGMA1/2 0.0.10.a (linux; x64; 10.15.2)
    @CHRS: UTF-8 4
    Seeing if this is getting out



    SEEN-BY: 1/123 15/2 18/200 103/705 154/10 203/0 221/0 226/16 227/114 SEEN-BY: 229/200 354 426 452 1014 240/5832 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 SEEN-BY: 280/5003 5555 310/31 317/3 322/757 342/200 396/45 423/120
    712/848
    SEEN-BY: 770/1 2452/250
    @PATH: 226/16 229/426 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... We have nothing to fear but fear itself or maybe a vengeful maniac.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Why is "abbreviated" such a long word? (2:310/31)
  • From Milos Bajer@2:423/81 to Chuckster Stephenson on Saturday, October 26, 2019 19:25:44
    Ahoj,

    Friday October 25 2019 12:05, Chuckster Stephenson wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 56635.fidotest@1:226/16 00ca3b78
    @TZUTC: -0400
    @TID: ENiGMA1/2 0.0.10.a (linux; x64; 10.15.2)
    @CHRS: UTF-8 4
    Seeing if this is getting out



    --- ENiGMA 1/2 v0.0.10-alpha (linux; x64; 10.15.2)
    * Origin: The Amiga Frontier BBS |frontierbbs.net:8888| OH (1:226/16) SEEN-BY: 1/123 15/2 18/200 103/705 154/10 201/0 203/0 124 221/0 1
    226/16
    SEEN-BY: 227/114 229/200 354 426 452 1014 230/0 240/5832 249/206 307
    317 400
    SEEN-BY: 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 317/3 320/219 322/757 342/200 396/45 SEEN-BY: 423/81 120 712/848 770/1 2452/250
    @PATH: 226/16 229/426 280/464 203/0

    yes :)

    m. (milos@bajer.cz)

    --- GoldED+/EMX 1.1.5-b20110320
    * Origin: ->> fido.bajer.cz / +420-233341039 ISDN/V90/HST <<- (2:423/81)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to Chuckster Stephenson on Tuesday, October 29, 2019 18:54:09
    Seeing if this is getting out



    --- ENiGMA 1/2 v0.0.10-alpha (linux; x64; 10.15.2)
    * Origin: The Amiga Frontier BBS |frontierbbs.net:8888| OH (1:226/16)


    Made it here.


    --- InterEcho 1.20
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/WC4 * Memphis TN * wc4.winserver.org (1:261/20)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to Strahinja Bojovic on Tuesday, October 29, 2019 18:56:35
    Seeing if this is getting out

    Yes :)

    --- WILDMAIL!/WC v4.12
    * Origin: * VORTEX BBS * Serbia * vortex.redirectme.net:3777
    (2:382/147.0)

    Will log into your BBS here in a bit :) There is a WC! 4 echo in WINSnet by the way :)


    --- InterEcho 1.20
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/WC4 * Memphis TN * wc4.winserver.org (1:261/20)
  • From Strahinja Bojovic@2:382/147 to Robert Wolfe on Tuesday, October 29, 2019 16:27:59
    Seeing if this is getting out

    Yes :)

    --- WILDMAIL!/WC v4.12
    * Origin: * VORTEX BBS * Serbia * vortex.redirectme.net:3777
    (2:382/147.0)

    Will log into your BBS here in a bit :) There is a WC! 4 echo in WINSnet by

    Go on :)

    the way :)

    Tnx


    * SLMR 2.1a # BBS * Jeee! Nasao sam na pijaci tikvice! - usklik veselog plodo

    --- WILDMAIL!/WC v4.12
    * Origin: * VORTEX BBS * Serbia * vortex.redirectme.net:3777 (2:382/147.0)
  • From Marc Lewis@1:396/45 to Chuckster Stephenson on Wednesday, October 30, 2019 10:06:34
    Hello Chuckster.

    <On 25Oct2019 12:05 Chuckster Stephenson (1:226/16) wrote a message to All regarding Test >
    [entire message quoted back for you]
    @MSGID: 56635.fidotest@1:226/16 00ca3b78
    @TZUTC: -0400
    @TID: ENiGMA1/2 0.0.10.a (linux; x64; 10.15.2)
    @CHRS: UTF-8 4
    Seeing if this is getting out



    ___ ENiGMA 1/2 v0.0.10-alpha (linux; x64; 10.15.2)
    - Origin: The Amiga Frontier BBS |frontierbbs.net:8888| OH
    (1:226/16)
    @EEN-BY: 1/123 15/2 18/200 103/705 154/10 203/0 221/0 226/16 227/114 @EEN-BY: 229/200 354 426 452 1014 240/5832 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 @EEN-BY: 280/5003 5555 310/31 317/3 322/757 342/200 396/45
    423/120 712/848
    @EEN-BY: 770/1 2452/250
    @ATH: 226/16 229/426 280/464

    Make it here okay.
    ... Eliminate government waste, no matter how much it costs.
    --- timEd/2 1.10.y2k+
    * Origin: Sursum Corda! BBS-Huntsville,AL-bbs.sursum-corda.com (1:396/45)
  • From Louis Northmore@2:250/8 to All on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 12:08:58
    A simple test!

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/02 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: Sonic BBS | Beverley, UK | sonicbbs.ddns.net (2:250/8)
  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384 to Louis Northmore on Thursday, October 31, 2019 07:30:59
    Hi! Louis,

    On 22 Oct 19 12:08, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 2:250/8 0ab53e81
    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A43
    @TZUTC: 0000

    A simple test!

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/02 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: Sonic BBS | Beverley, UK | sonicbbs.ddns.net (2:250/8)
    SEEN-BY: 10/0 1 15/0 19/36 34/999 90/1 102/401 103/705 104/57 106/201 SEEN-BY: 116/18 120/302 331 123/140 153/757 7715 154/10 203/0 214/22 SEEN-BY: 218/0 1 210 215 401 410 520 600 600 640 700 720 802 810 221/0 SEEN-BY: 221/1 6 360 222/2 229/426 230/150 152 240/1120 5832 250/1
    261/38
    SEEN-BY: 261/100 1466 266/512 267/155 275/100 280/464 5003 5555
    282/1031
    SEEN-BY: 282/1056 1060 291/1 111 310/31 320/119 219 340/400 342/13
    396/45
    SEEN-BY: 423/120 640/1138 1321 1384 712/848 770/1 801/161 189 2320/105 SEEN-BY: 2452/250 3634/12 5020/715 1042
    @PATH: 250/8 1 261/38 218/700 103/705 280/464 221/1 640/1384

    Cheers,
    Paul.

    ... I want to lie shipwrecked and comatose, sipping fresh mango juice...
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20130515
    * Origin: Quinn's Rock - Live from Paul's Xubuntu desktop! (3:640/1384)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Louis Northmore on Wednesday, October 30, 2019 16:34:24
    Hello Louis,

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A43
    @MSGID: 2:250/8 0ab53e81
    @TZUTC: 0000
    A simple test!

    SEEN-BY: 104/57 106/201 116/18 120/302 331 123/140 138/146 15/0
    153/250 757
    SEEN-BY: 7715 19/36 218/700 222/2 230/150 152 2320/105 240/1120 250/1 261/100
    SEEN-BY: 1466 38 266/512 267/155 275/100 282/1031 1056 1060 291/1 111 320/119
    SEEN-BY: 219 34/999 340/400 342/13 3634/12 396/45 5020/1042 715
    640/1321
    SEEN-BY: 712/848 770/1 801/161 189 90/1
    @PATH: 250/8 1 261/38 153/7715 250

    So far so good.. :)

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From Fabio Bizzi@2:335/364.1 to Louis Northmore on Thursday, October 31, 2019 08:39:30
    Hello Louis!

    22 Oct 19 12:08, you wrote to All:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A43
    @MSGID: 2:250/8 0ab53e81
    @TZUTC: 0000

    A simple test!

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/02 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: Sonic BBS | Beverley, UK | sonicbbs.ddns.net (2:250/8)
    SEEN-BY: 10/0 1 15/0 19/36 34/999 90/1 102/401 103/705 104/57 106/201 116/18
    SEEN-BY: 120/302 331 123/140 153/757 7715 154/10 203/0 214/22 218/0 1
    210 215
    SEEN-BY: 218/401 410 520 600 600 640 700 720 802 810 221/0 1 6 360
    222/2
    SEEN-BY: 229/426 230/150 152 240/1120 5832 250/1 261/38 100 1466
    266/512
    SEEN-BY: 267/155 275/100 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 291/1
    111 310/31
    SEEN-BY: 320/119 219 333/808 335/206 364 340/400 342/13 396/45 423/120 SEEN-BY: 640/1321 712/848 770/1 801/161 189 2320/105 2452/250 3634/12 5020/715
    SEEN-BY: 5020/1042
    @PATH: 250/8 1 261/38 218/700 103/705 280/464 221/1 6 335/364

    A simple proof of work. :)

    Ciao!
    Fabio

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: ]\/[imac Rebirth Boss Point (2:335/364.1)
  • From Kevin Miller@1:267/585 to Louis Northmore on Thursday, October 31, 2019 16:26:36
    A simple test!

    Loud and clear here... I'm just getting around to setting up my BBS again
    after 20 years! A little rusty to say the least. Anyone hearing me clearly?

    Happy Halloween Everyone! /|/(00)\|\

    -=k

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/03 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Rust Belt BBS, Rochester, NY, USA (1:267/585)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Kevin Miller on Thursday, October 31, 2019 23:10:56
    Hi Kevin,

    On 2019-10-31 16:26:36, you wrote to Louis Northmore:

    @MSGID: 1:267/585 d3e2d83f
    @REPLY: 2:250/8 0ab53e81
    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A43
    @TZUTC: -0400
    A simple test!

    Loud and clear here... I'm just getting around to setting up my BBS again after 20 years! A little rusty to say the least. Anyone hearing me
    clearly?

    Happy Halloween Everyone! /|/(00)\|\

    -=k

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/03 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Rust Belt BBS, Rochester, NY, USA (1:267/585)
    SEEN-BY: 19/36 57/0 103/705 154/10 203/0 220/70 221/0 229/426 240/5832 SEEN-BY: 267/800 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 317/3 396/45 423/120 712/848 SEEN-BY: 770/0 1 100 330 340 772/0 1 210 500 2452/250
    @PATH: 267/585 800 770/1 280/464

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Kevin Miller@1:267/585 to Wilfred van Velzen on Friday, November 01, 2019 08:47:53
    Loud and clear here... I'm just getting around to setting up my BBS a after 20 years! A little rusty to say the least. Anyone hearing me
    clearly?

    Excellent...?

    -k

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/03 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Rust Belt BBS, Rochester, NY, USA (1:267/585)
  • From Louis Northmore@2:250/8 to Kevin Miller on Sunday, November 03, 2019 15:44:24
    Looks good here Kevin!

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/02 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: Sonic BBS | Beverley, UK | sonicbbs.ddns.net (2:250/8)
  • From Kevin Miller@1:267/585 to Louis Northmore on Sunday, November 03, 2019 21:05:29
    Looks good here Kevin!

    Thx Louis...!

    -k

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/03 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Rust Belt BBS, Rochester, NY, USA (1:267/585)
  • From Jazz@1:124/5015 to All on Wednesday, November 06, 2019 09:58:00

    Checking to see if PCBoard still working the echo's

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.4/250 Beta
    * Origin: PCB Prison BBS, Mesquite, Tx pb.darktech.org:1023 (1:124/5015)
  • From Strahinja Bojovic@2:382/147 to Jazz on Wednesday, November 06, 2019 17:20:45
    Checking to see if PCBoard still working the echo's

    Got it here

    --- WILDMAIL!/WC v4.12
    * Origin: * VORTEX BBS * Serbia * vortex.redirectme.net:3777 (2:382/147.0)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Jazz on Wednesday, November 06, 2019 13:10:42
    Checking to see if PCBoard still working the echo's

    It seems to be, it look good here.

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    --- MagickaBBS v0.13alpha (Linux/x86_64)
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From RUBEN FIGUEROA@1:124/5013 to Jazz on Wednesday, November 06, 2019 17:08:52
    Checking to see if PCBoard still working the echo's

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.4/250 Beta
    * Origin: PCB Prison BBS, Mesquite, Tx pb.darktech.org:1023 (1:124/5015)

    Got ya here at WildCat Prison BBS
    --- Platinum Xpress/Win/WINServer v7.0
    * Origin: Prison Board BBS Mesquite Tx www.rdfig.net (1:124/5013)
  • From Fabio Bizzi@2:335/364.1 to Jazz on Thursday, November 07, 2019 07:43:26
    Hello Jazz!

    06 Nov 19 09:58, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:124/5015 000b532c
    Checking to see if PCBoard still working the echo's

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.4/250 Beta
    * Origin: PCB Prison BBS, Mesquite, Tx pb.darktech.org:1023
    (1:124/5015)
    SEEN-BY: 1/100 19/35 103/705 124/5013 5014 5015 5016 5017 5018 5019 130/230
    SEEN-BY: 130/803 154/10 203/0 221/0 1 6 360 229/426 240/1120 5832
    261/38
    SEEN-BY: 280/464 5003 5555 310/31 333/808 335/206 364 387/21 25 26
    396/45
    SEEN-BY: 423/120 712/848 770/1 2452/250 31999/99
    @PATH: 124/5015 5014 396/45 280/464 221/1 6 335/364

    It looks working. :)

    Ciao!
    Fabio

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: ]\/[imac Rebirth Boss Point (2:335/364.1)
  • From Jeffs@1:14/7 to All on Sunday, December 22, 2019 20:20:06
    Hello There,

    Just a test of a Synchronet setup.


    Jeff
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: Grem's Place - Anoka, MN (1:14/7)
  • From Jeff Smith@1:14/6 to Jeffs on Sunday, December 22, 2019 20:23:31
    Hello Jeffs!

    22 Dec 19 20:20, you wrote to all:

    @TZUTC: -0600
    @MSGID: 1.fidonet_fidotest@1:14/7 22655a57
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17c-Linux Dec 16 2019 GCC
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.10-Linux r3.148 Dec 16 2019 GCC 7.4.0
    @CHRS: ASCII 1
    Hello There,

    Just a test of a Synchronet setup.


    Jeff
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: Grem's Place - Anoka, MN (1:14/7)
    SEEN-BY: 14/6 7
    @PATH: 14/7

    Well... The message made it at least one hop. :)

    Jeff


    --- Mystic v1.12 A43 (2019/03/02) GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: The Twisted Balloon - bbs.twisted-balloon.org (1:14/6)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Jeffs on Sunday, December 22, 2019 20:33:14
    Hello Jeffs,

    @TZUTC: -0600
    @MSGID: 1.fidonet_fidotest@1:14/7 22655a57
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17c-Linux Dec 16 2019 GCC
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.10-Linux r3.148 Dec 16 2019 GCC 7.4.0
    @CHRS: ASCII 1
    Hello There,

    Just a test of a Synchronet setup.


    Jeff
    SEEN-BY: 1/120 14/6 7 18/0 116/116 123/0 25 50 115 150 755 135/300
    153/757
    SEEN-BY: 153/7715 154/10 203/0 221/0 1 6 360 240/1120 261/38 280/464
    5003 5555
    SEEN-BY: 282/1031 320/119 219 335/364 423/81 640/1138 1321 1384
    712/848 3634/0
    SEEN-BY: 3634/12 15 24 27 50 119
    @PATH: 14/7 6 3634/12 640/1384 221/1 6

    That's what I see here.. looks good.. :)

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Jeffs on Monday, December 23, 2019 09:26:10
    Hi Jeffs!

    22 Dec 2019 20:20, from Jeffs -> All:

    @TZUTC: -0600
    @MSGID: 1.fidonet_fidotest@1:14/7 22655a57
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17c-Linux Dec 16 2019 GCC
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.10-Linux r3.148 Dec 16 2019 GCC 7.4.0
    @CHRS: ASCII 1
    Hello There,

    Just a test of a Synchronet setup.


    Jeff
    SEEN-BY: 1/120 14/6 7 18/0 103/705 116/116 123/0 25 50 115 150 755
    135/300
    SEEN-BY: 153/7715 154/10 203/0 221/0 1 6 360 229/426 240/1120 5832
    261/38
    SEEN-BY: 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031 310/31 320/119 219 396/45 423/81 SEEN-BY: 423/120 640/1138 1321 1384 712/848 770/1 2452/250 3634/0 12 SEEN-BY: 3634/15 24 27 50 119
    @PATH: 14/7 6 3634/12 640/1384 221/1 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Consistency isn't always good especially if you're consistently wrong.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Forgetfulness is a form of freedom. (2:310/31)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Jeffs on Monday, December 23, 2019 13:11:20
    On 2019 Dec 22 20:20:06, you wrote to All:

    @TZUTC: -0600
    @MSGID: 1.fidonet_fidotest@1:14/7 22655a57
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17c-Linux Dec 16 2019 GCC
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.10-Linux r3.148 Dec 16 2019 GCC 7.4.0
    @CHRS: ASCII 1
    Hello There,

    Just a test of a Synchronet setup.


    Jeff
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: Grem's Place - Anoka, MN (1:14/7)
    SEEN-BY: 14/6 7 282/1031 3634/12 116/116 123/25 150 755 135/300 153/7715 SEEN-BY: 154/10 261/38 3634/15 24 27 50 119 640/1384 123/50 115 3634/0
    18/0
    SEEN-BY: 123/0 1/120
    @PATH: 14/7 6 3634/12



    )\/(ark

    Once men turned their thinking over to machines in the hope that this would set
    them free. But that only permitted other men with machines to enslave them. ... Has anyone seen my jacket? It is white with sleeves to hug yourself.
    ---
    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:116/17 to Jeffs on Wednesday, December 25, 2019 10:38:54
    Looks like it made it here.

    --- Original Message ---
    Date: Dec 22, 2019 20:26:06
    From: Jeffs
    To: All
    Subj: Test

    Hello There,

    Just a test of a Synchronet setup.


    Jeff
    -!- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    # Origin: Grem's Place - Anoka, MN (1:14/7)
    --- End of Original Message ---

    ... Platinum Xpress & Wildcat!..... Nice!!!!
    --- Platinum Xpress/Win/WINServer v7.0
    * Origin: Lean Angle BBS * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/17)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to ROBERT WOLFE on Wednesday, January 01, 2020 00:58:00
    Robert,

    Just a test of a Synchronet setup.

    I've been having a hard time connecting to your system. Can you send a netmail to FIDONet 1:19/33, so we can sort out where I can connect for DixieNet??

    Daryl


    * OLX 1.53 * Error?? Impossible!! My keyboard is error correcting!!
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)
  • From Mike Powell@1:2320/105 to DARYL STOUT on Thursday, January 02, 2020 18:31:00
    Robert,

    Just a test of a Synchronet setup.

    I've been having a hard time connecting to your system. Can you send a netmail to FIDONet 1:19/33, so we can sort out where I can connect for DixieNet??

    For what it is worth, I have it here.

    Mike


    * SLMR 2.1a * Basic programmers never die, they gosub and don't return
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: capitolcityonline.net * Telnet/SSH:2022/HTTP (1:2320/105)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to MIKE POWELL on Friday, January 03, 2020 00:34:00
    Mike,

    I've been having a hard time connecting to your system. Can you send a MP>> netmail to FIDONet 1:19/33, so we can sort out where I can connect for MP>> DixieNet??

    For what it is worth, I have it here.

    I may have to get it from you, if I don't hear from Robert. Every time Internet Rex tries to connect to his system, it just "sits there". But,
    I'll give him a chance to respond first. Otherwise, I'll add it to the
    QWK Echoes I'm getting from you, but I'll need a QWK Conference List to
    change the setup over here.

    Daryl

    * OLX 1.53 * The severity of the itch is proportional to the reach.
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to Daryl Stout on Sunday, January 05, 2020 21:49:00
    I've been having a hard time connecting to your system. Can you send a
    netmail to FIDONet 1:19/33, so we can sort out where I can connect for >DixieNet??

    What address are you trying to connect to? I can poll you to send mail (whenever any mail gets posted).

    --- ViaMAIL!/SL v2.00
    * Origin: ViaMAIL! - Fully Integrated Front End Mailer (1:261/20)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to ROBERT WOLFE on Monday, January 06, 2020 12:21:00
    I've been having a hard time connecting to your system. Can you send a RW>>netmail to FIDONet 1:19/33, so we can sort out where I can connect for RW>>DixieNet??

    What address are you trying to connect to? I can poll you to send mail RW>(whenever any mail gets posted).

    I thought it was winserver.org -- has that changed?? I've been polling
    just after midnight Central Time via IREX.

    As a note, thunderstorms will be here Thursday through Saturday...with
    risks for severe weather and flooding rain, so I'll be offline during
    that time.

    Daryl


    * OLX 1.53 * I couldn't repair your brakes, so I made your horn louder
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to Daryl Stout on Tuesday, January 07, 2020 20:48:00
    What address are you trying to connect to? I can poll you to send mail >RW>(whenever any mail gets posted).

    I thought it was winserver.org -- has that changed?? I've been polling
    just after midnight Central Time via IREX.

    Yeah. If you would, email me at wolfe.robwolfe@gmail.com and we will see
    what we can do to get you reconnected.

    --- ViaMAIL!/SL v2.00
    * Origin: ViaMAIL! - Fully Integrated Front End Mailer (1:261/20)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to ROBERT WOLFE on Wednesday, January 08, 2020 18:22:00
    Robert,

    Yeah. If you would, email me at wolfe.robwolfe@gmail.com and we will see RW>what we can do to get you reconnected.

    Email sent. Thunderstorms (some severe) will keep me offline Thursday
    through Saturday of this week.

    Daryl


    * OLX 1.53 * I tried an internal modem, but it hurt when I walked.
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:116/18 to All on Sunday, February 09, 2020 08:54:36
    Ok, just testing the upgrade to see if it is working as it should...

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A44 2020/01/16 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Omicron Theta * Southaven MS * winserver.org:2300 (1:116/18)
  • From Sean Rima@2:263/1.950 to Robert Wolfe on Sunday, February 09, 2020 19:58:58
    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A44

    @MSGID: 1:116/18 e6729ae8

    @TZUTC: -0600

    Ok, just testing the upgrade to see if it is working as it should...

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A44 2020/01/16 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Omicron Theta * Southaven MS * winserver.org:2300 (1:116/18) SEEN-BY: 222/2 261/38 263/1
    @PATH: 116/18 261/38 222/2 263/1


    Sean
    --- AfterShock/Android 1.6.7
    * Origin: TCOB1 on the mobile (2:263/1.950)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Robert Wolfe on Sunday, February 09, 2020 17:37:24
    Hi Robert!

    09 Feb 2020 08:54, from Robert Wolfe -> All:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A44
    @MSGID: 1:116/18 e6729ae8
    @TZUTC: -0600
    Ok, just testing the upgrade to see if it is working as it should...

    SEEN-BY: 10/0 1 14/5 15/0 19/36 34/999 102/401 103/705 106/201 116/17 SEEN-BY: 116/18 120/302 331 123/140 153/757 7715 154/10 203/0 214/22 SEEN-BY: 218/0 1 50 210 215 401 520 600 600 640 700 720 802 221/0
    222/2
    SEEN-BY: 229/426 230/150 152 240/1120 5832 250/1 261/20 38 100 1466 SEEN-BY: 266/512 267/155 275/100 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 SEEN-BY: 288/100 291/1 111 310/31 320/119 219 340/400 342/13 396/45 SEEN-BY: 423/120 640/1321 712/848 770/1 801/161 189 2320/105 2452/250 SEEN-BY: 3634/12 5020/715 1042
    @PATH: 116/18 261/38 218/700 103/705 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Mixed feelings: mother-in-law backing off a cliff in your new car.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Is OS/2 only half an operating system? (2:310/31)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to ROBERT WOLFE on Monday, February 10, 2020 13:41:00
    Robert,

    Ok, just testing the upgrade to see if it is working as it should...

    I was told that DixieNet had closed down, and that the domain was no
    longer valid. So, I've removed the echoes from the BBS. I never did
    hear back from you on it, so I figured the network had folded up. Since
    it didn't have many echoes (like what Micronet is), I would've been
    willing to consider it. But, I never heard from you on it...so, I didn't
    know what to think.

    I'm waiting to hear from Kris Jones on the future of GatorNet. He no
    longer can devote the time to it, and had offered it to me...but I said
    I'd need assistance switching things over. If I don't hear anything from
    Kris by March, I'm going to remove all the networks I was getting from
    him.

    Also, awhile back, apparently Gert Kofoed Andersen had health issues,
    and his system was down for a time. I'm getting some networks from him,
    but they appear to be dead. I'm considering dropping them as well. If
    someone else is subscribing to these, and seeing traffic, please let me
    know.

    Right now, of the networks I have (some are QWK Networking, others
    are done via FTN), GT Power, Micronet, ILinkNet, VKRadioNet, DoveNet, RadioWeatherNet, and FIDONet, are the most active. The others are
    basically "dead" by comparison.

    The original purpose for BBS's was MESSAGE areas, but I can't see
    having a "dead network". The BBS Ad echoes have numerous postings of the
    same ad multiple times per day, not just per week. I post my ad once a
    month. I want folks to logon to my system because they want to, and NOT
    because they have to. Being that the BBS is one of the few hobbies I can
    still do, I'm not concerned if I don't have a bunch of users logging on.
    I do it for my enjoyment...and not for my ego.

    Daryl


    * OLX 1.53 * Critical Error: System Halted. Hit any user to continue.
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)
  • From Dan Clough@1:123/115 to Daryl Stout on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 16:04:00
    Daryl Stout wrote to ROBERT WOLFE <=-

    Right now, of the networks I have (some are QWK Networking,
    others are done via FTN), GT Power, Micronet, ILinkNet,
    VKRadioNet, DoveNet, RadioWeatherNet, and FIDONet, are the most
    active. The others are basically "dead" by comparison.

    One of the most active nets today is FSXnet. Lots of decent
    discussion and very little crapola. It's sort of Mystic-centric,
    but not completely, and Synchronet folks are welcome too. Also
    has some file distribution channels. Pretty widely carried these
    days, check it out.



    ... A woman drove me to drink, and I never had the courtesy to thank her.
    === MultiMail/Linux v0.52
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: Palantir * palantirbbs.ddns.net * Pensacola, FL * (1:123/115)
  • From Don Lowery@1:340/1000 to Daryl Stout on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 19:50:16
    Also, awhile back, apparently Gert Kofoed Andersen had health issues, and his system was down for a time. I'm getting some networks from him,

    Sent him several email/netmail messages to the links listed in the info pack...but every email I sent get error messages that his system is not accepting anything. Liked what I saw for AdventureNet...but was never able to get any response back from him.

    ACME BBS-Member of fsxNet/WWIVNet/SciNet/SpookNet/FidoNet/MicroNet.

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/09 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: ACME-Member of fsx/WWIV/Sci/Spook/MicroNets (1:340/1000)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:116/17 to Daryl Stout on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 22:09:00
    Daryl Stout wrote to Robert Wolfe <=-

    Robert,

    Ok, just testing the upgrade to see if it is working as it should...

    I was told that DixieNet had closed down, and that the domain was no longer valid. So, I've removed the echoes from the BBS. I never did
    hear back from you on it, so I figured the network had folded up. Since
    it didn't have many echoes (like what Micronet is), I would've been willing to consider it. But, I never heard from you on it...so, I
    didn't know what to think.

    You were told incorrectly. My DixieNet, the FTN network, is still up
    and running. There is an ISP called DixieNet that someone might have
    confused me with. But, anyway, sorry to see you go, although I wish you
    had confirmed it with me first before leaving.

    ... Computer Hacker wanted. Must have own axe.
    --- MultiMail/Win v0.52
    * Origin: Lean Angle BBS * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/17)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to DAN CLOUGH on Wednesday, February 12, 2020 20:55:00
    Dan,

    One of the most active nets today is FSXnet. Lots of decent
    discussion and very little crapola. It's sort of Mystic-centric,
    but not completely, and Synchronet folks are welcome too. Also
    has some file distribution channels. Pretty widely carried these
    days, check it out.

    I'll have to look into that when things settle down. Between medical
    issues, and still dealing with field rats that worked their way into the structure 2 months after my Mom died 6 months ago, I've got a lot on my
    plate right now. It's little consolation I'm not the only one dealing
    with the rodents.

    Daryl


    * OLX 1.53 * If the bathtub leaks, does the bathroom sink??
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to DON LOWERY on Wednesday, February 12, 2020 20:56:00
    Don,

    Sent him several email/netmail messages to the links listed in the info DL>pack...but every email I sent get error messages that his system is not DL>accepting anything. Liked what I saw for AdventureNet...but was never able t DL>get any response back from him.

    Well, I'm considering dropping all the echoes from Kris Jones and Gert
    Kofoed Andersen come early March, if I don't hear anything.

    Daryl


    * OLX 1.53 * If you fly by the seat of your pants, don't eat prunes.
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to ROBERT WOLFE on Wednesday, February 12, 2020 20:58:00
    Robert,

    You were told incorrectly. My DixieNet, the FTN network, is still up
    and running. There is an ISP called DixieNet that someone might have RW>confused me with. But, anyway, sorry to see you go, although I wish you RW>had confirmed it with me first before leaving.

    It was winserver.org -- the domain I had been using with Internet Rex
    for awhile. I never could get a connect with your system, and never saw
    any traffic.

    Plus, you never responded to me via email (wx4qz at arrl dot net) or
    FIDONet Netmail to 1:19/33 -- so I didn't know what to think.

    The networks I'm getting from Kris Jones and Gert Kofoed Andersen will
    get the axe soon if I don't hear something from them.

    I would have liked to keep the echoes, but with no netmail or email
    replies, I figured all was gone.

    Daryl


    * OLX 1.53 * If you have a rotary phone, please press 1 now.
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)
  • From Nick Andre@1:229/426 to Daryl Stout on Thursday, February 13, 2020 01:16:27
    On 12 Feb 20 20:55:00, Daryl Stout said the following to Dan Clough:

    I'll have to look into that when things settle down. Between medical issues, and still dealing with field rats that worked their way into the structure 2 months after my Mom died 6 months ago, I've got a lot on my plate right now. It's little consolation I'm not the only one dealing
    with the rodents.

    I second Dan - Fsxnet is very nice.

    Nick

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (1:229/426)
  • From Sean Dennis@1:18/200 to Daryl Stout on Thursday, February 13, 2020 15:55:13
    Hello Daryl.

    12 Feb 20 20:58, you wrote to ROBERT WOLFE:

    Plus, you never responded to me via email (wx4qz at arrl dot net) or FIDONet Netmail to 1:19/33 -- so I didn't know what to think.

    An aside: Robert is also part of Micronet and you can reach him via netmail there if need be. I know his netmail routing works just fine. :D

    Later,
    Sean

    --- GoldED/2 3.0.1
    * Origin: Outpost BBS * bbs.outpostbbs.net:10123 (1:18/200)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to NICK ANDRE on Thursday, February 13, 2020 13:20:00
    Nick,

    I'll have to look into that when things settle down. Between medical NA>DS> issues, and still dealing with field rats that worked their way into the NA>DS> structure 2 months after my Mom died 6 months ago, I've got a lot on my NA>DS> plate right now. It's little consolation I'm not the only one dealing NA>DS> with the rodents.

    I second Dan - Fsxnet is very nice.

    I sent netmails out to my connects to find out if the networks are
    still viable...or if they're involved with them. If I don't hear
    anything soon, I'll drop them.

    FWIW, FidoNet, GTPower, RadioWeatherNet, Micronet, and ILinkNet are
    the main active networks over here right now. I've never been able to
    get WWIVNet to get hooked up right...Gert Kofoed Andersen has his
    networks on auto-pilot, and Kris Jones no longer has the time to devote
    to his networks. Robert Wolfe said DixieNet was still active, but I
    never got a reply via netmail or email...and when I replied to the email
    it came from, the message bounced. So, something is definitely screwy on
    his end.

    Daryl

    * OLX 1.53 * Why don't potholes knock your tires back into alignment??
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to SEAN DENNIS on Thursday, February 13, 2020 18:17:00
    Sean,

    Plus, you never responded to me via email (wx4qz at arrl dot net) or FIDONet Netmail to 1:19/33 -- so I didn't know what to think.

    An aside: Robert is also part of Micronet and you can reach him via netmail SD>there if need be. I know his netmail routing works just fine. :D

    Right now, I'm getting Micronet via Mike Powell and QWK Networking. I
    can switch that to FTN with IREX, if needed.

    Daryl


    * OLX 1.53 * Winter is a Sysops friend...Thunderstorms are the enemy.
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)
  • From Dave Cloutier@1:249/317 to Daryl Stout on Friday, February 14, 2020 12:18:06
    I second Dan - Fsxnet is very nice.

    I sent netmails out to my connects to find out if the networks are

    Paul Hayton is usually pretty responsive (fsxNet), I'm sure you'll hear from him if you address him directly in a FidoNet echo.

    Cheers!

    |15 |15StackFault |08<|03.|11.|15P|11h|03EN|11o|15M|11.|03.|08>
    |11 |11The Bottomless Abyss BBS
    |03 |03ssh|08.|072222 |08/ |03telnet|08.|072023 |08/ |03https
    |08 |08bbs|07.|08bottomlessabyss|07.|08net

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/02 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: The Bottomless Abyss BBS * bbs.bottomlessabyss.net (1:249/317)
  • From Jimmy Anderson@1:116/17 to Daryl Stout on Wednesday, February 12, 2020 22:50:00
    Daryl Stout wrote to Robert Wolfe <=-

    Ok, just testing the upgrade to see if it is working as it should...

    I was told that DixieNet had closed down, and that the domain was no

    I was AFBBS for a while, but it didn't close down. :-)

    Seriously, though, I'm not a sysop, but I'm here for the messages
    too and I hate to hear of any going away...

    I'm waiting to hear from Kris Jones on the future of GatorNet. He no longer can devote the time to it, and had offered it to me...but I said I'd need assistance switching things over. If I don't hear anything
    from Kris by March, I'm going to remove all the networks I was getting from him.

    I had forgotten about Gater... that was Florida based, right?

    The original purpose for BBS's was MESSAGE areas, but I can't see

    Back in the day, I would do echonets mainly, but I also enjoyed
    online chat and playing games with other locals. Now there just
    aren't enough users. :(




    ... Where quality is just a word we like to use.
    --- MultiMail/Mac v0.52
    * Origin: Lean Angle BBS * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/17)
  • From Jimmy Anderson@1:116/17 to Don Lowery on Wednesday, February 12, 2020 22:51:00
    Don Lowery wrote to Daryl Stout <=-

    accepting anything. Liked what I saw for AdventureNet...but was never
    able to get any response back from him.

    ACME BBS-Member of fsxNet/WWIVNet/SciNet/SpookNet/FidoNet/MicroNet.

    Oooo - I love echonets - I need to see if these have been added
    to the BBS I dial into...




    ... Crying over spilled CONDENSED milk would be useful.
    --- MultiMail/Mac v0.52
    * Origin: Lean Angle BBS * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/17)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:116/17 to Daryl Stout on Friday, February 14, 2020 16:40:00
    Daryl Stout wrote to Robert Wolfe <=-

    It was winserver.org -- the domain I had been using with Internet Rex for awhile. I never could get a connect with your system, and never saw any traffic.

    Yeah, unfortunately, our living situation does not give us much of a
    choice of Internet, so to bypass the establishment's router, I have a
    VyprVPN subscription with GigaNews that provides me a public IP address
    that one can connect to from the outside world and my DynDNS client
    updates the domain name every 15 minutes.

    Plus, you never responded to me via email (wx4qz at arrl dot net) or FIDONet Netmail to 1:19/33 -- so I didn't know what to think.

    Sorry, something called life steps in the way every once in a while. :)

    The networks I'm getting from Kris Jones and Gert Kofoed Andersen
    will get the axe soon if I don't hear something from them.

    Understood.

    I would have liked to keep the echoes, but with no netmail or email replies, I figured all was gone.

    As a general rule, as long as I am alive or until I say otherwise, I
    will ALWAYS run a BBS in some shape, form, or fashion. :)

    ... When your work speaks for itself, don't interrupt.
    --- MultiMail/Win v0.52
    * Origin: Lean Angle BBS * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/17)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:116/17 to Sean Dennis on Friday, February 14, 2020 16:42:00
    Sean Dennis wrote to Daryl Stout <=-

    Hello Daryl.

    12 Feb 20 20:58, you wrote to ROBERT WOLFE:

    Plus, you never responded to me via email (wx4qz at arrl dot net) or FIDONet Netmail to 1:19/33 -- so I didn't know what to think.

    An aside: Robert is also part of Micronet and you can reach him via netmail there if need be. I know his netmail routing works just fine.
    :D

    As does my email - robert.wolfe@robertwolfe.org.

    Later,
    Sean

    --- GoldED/2 3.0.1
    * Origin: Outpost BBS * bbs.outpostbbs.net:10123 (1:18/200)

    ... "42? 7 and a half million years and all you can come up with is 42?!"
    --- MultiMail/Win v0.52
    * Origin: Lean Angle BBS * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/17)
  • From Sean Dennis@1:18/200 to Daryl Stout on Friday, February 14, 2020 23:20:00
    Daryl Stout wrote to SEAN DENNIS <=-

    Right now, I'm getting Micronet via Mike Powell and QWK Networking. I can switch that to FTN with IREX, if needed.

    You can always reach him through one of the echoes also (I don't mind using
    the admin echo if need be for something like this).

    Later,
    Sean

    ... Are part-time bandleaders called semiconductors?
    ___ MultiMail/Linux v0.52

    --- Maximus/2 3.01
    * Origin: Outpost BBS * bbs.outpostbbs.net:10123 (1:18/200)
  • From Sean Dennis@1:18/200 to Robert Wolfe on Friday, February 14, 2020 23:21:02
    Robert Wolfe wrote to Sean Dennis <=-

    As does my email - robert.wolfe@robertwolfe.org.

    Yes, you're right, but netmail should work also since that's originally what Fidonet was founded on. ;)

    I -always- prefer to be contacted via netmail myself as I can go days
    without checking email but I try to check the BBS at least once a day.

    Later,
    Sean

    ... Going the speed of light is bad for your age.
    ___ MultiMail/Linux v0.52

    --- Maximus/2 3.01
    * Origin: Outpost BBS * bbs.outpostbbs.net:10123 (1:18/200)
  • From Don Lowery@1:340/1000 to Jimmy Anderson on Friday, February 14, 2020 21:43:35
    ACME BBS-Member of fsxNet/WWIVNet/SciNet/SpookNet/FidoNet/MicroNet.
    Oooo - I love echonets - I need to see if these have been added
    to the BBS I dial into...

    Feel free to come on over to my BBS @ acmebbs.ddns.net:7788...if you aren't already. Am adding VKRadio (am a Ham radio operator for several years) & AmigaNet (had a 500 many years ago).

    Because FidoNet usually requires real names...will upgrade you usually after work or before I go into work many afternoons.

    ACME BBS-Member of fsxNet/WWIVNet/SciNet/VKRadio/FidoNet/MicroNet.

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/09 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: ACME-Member of fsx/WWIV/Sci/Spook/MicroNets (1:340/1000)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to DAVE CLOUTIER on Friday, February 14, 2020 17:23:00
    Dave,

    Paul Hayton is usually pretty responsive (fsxNet), I'm sure you'll hear from DC>him if you address him directly in a FidoNet echo.

    I've seen Paul in the echoes...I've got take care of some issues
    outside the BBS first, including sorting out the networks I have now.
    Once that's done, I may look at FSXNet.

    Daryl


    * OLX 1.53 * You know it's cold out, when you go out, and it's cold.
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to JIMMY ANDERSON on Friday, February 14, 2020 17:44:00
    Jimmy,

    Seriously, though, I'm not a sysop, but I'm here for the messages
    too and I hate to hear of any going away...

    The problem was that Robert Wolfe's domain would never connect, and
    when I replied to the email I had for him, it always bounced. I saw a
    different email, and just sent a note to him...if that bounces, we're
    screwed.

    I had forgotten about Gater... that was Florida based, right?

    I think so. Tim passed away from brain cancer just over a year ago,
    and Kris no longer has time for it.

    Back in the day, I would do echonets mainly, but I also enjoyed
    online chat and playing games with other locals. Now there just
    aren't enough users. :(

    All I've been doing lately is my QWK Mail, updating the ham radio and
    weather bulletins, and not much else. I miss playing the doorgames.

    Daryl


    * OLX 1.53 * You say I'm a little behind?? You can't see my butt.
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to ROBERT WOLFE on Friday, February 14, 2020 17:44:00
    Robert,

    Yeah, unfortunately, our living situation does not give us much of a RW>choice of Internet, so to bypass the establishment's router, I have a RW>VyprVPN subscription with GigaNews that provides me a public IP address RW>that one can connect to from the outside world and my DynDNS client RW>updates the domain name every 15 minutes.

    Well, that didn't do me any good, then.

    Sorry, something called life steps in the way every once in a while. :)

    How well I know that. I would like to keep DixieNet, but I'd need to
    get the needed files (they might be on a recent backup, but I'm not
    sure). If you'll send netmail to FIDONet 1:19/33, we won't tie up the
    echo. I understand you're also in Micronet, but as of now, I'm getting
    that via QWK Networking from Mike Powell, who I also get the GT Power
    Network echoes from.

    As a general rule, as long as I am alive or until I say otherwise, I
    will ALWAYS run a BBS in some shape, form, or fashion. :)

    I sent an email to the address you noted in one of the Micronet
    echoes. If that doesn't work, we're screwed.

    Daryl


    * OLX 1.53 * You'll have no other Sysop before me (just kidding).
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to ROBERT WOLFE on Friday, February 14, 2020 17:37:00
    Robert,

    As does my email - robert.wolfe@robertwolfe.org.

    I just sent you an email -- if it bounces, we've got problems.

    Daryl


    * OLX 1.53 * "640K of RAM should be enough for anybody." -- Bill Gates
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:116/17 to Daryl Stout on Sunday, February 16, 2020 12:37:06
    Robert,

    As does my email - robert.wolfe@robertwolfe.org.

    I just sent you an email -- if it bounces, we've got problems.

    Daryl


    * OLX 1.53 * "640K of RAM should be enough for anybody." -- Bill Gates
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)

    Yep, looks like my VPS and smtp2go are doing their jobs :)

    ... Where there is Gary Caplan, there are Taglines.
    --- Wildcat! v8.0.454.9 (Nov 22 2019), Editor Mod v2.1
    * Origin: Lean Angle BBS * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/17)
  • From Jimmy Anderson@1:116/17 to Don Lowery on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 21:44:00
    Don Lowery wrote to Jimmy Anderson <=-

    ACME BBS-Member of fsxNet/WWIVNet/SciNet/SpookNet/FidoNet/MicroNet.
    Oooo - I love echonets - I need to see if these have been added
    to the BBS I dial into...

    Feel free to come on over to my BBS @ acmebbs.ddns.net:7788...if you aren't already. Am adding VKRadio (am a Ham radio operator for several years) & AmigaNet (had a 500 many years ago).

    Because FidoNet usually requires real names...will upgrade you usually after work or before I go into work many afternoons.

    ACME BBS-Member of fsxNet/WWIVNet/SciNet/VKRadio/FidoNet/MicroNet.

    I will definately see what's missing and come over and take a look!!!



    ... (Tagline under construction)
    --- MultiMail/Mac v0.52
    * Origin: Lean Angle BBS * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/17)
  • From Jimmy Anderson@1:116/17 to Daryl Stout on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 21:51:00
    Daryl Stout wrote to Jimmy Anderson <=-

    Jimmy,

    Seriously, though, I'm not a sysop, but I'm here for the messages
    too and I hate to hear of any going away...

    The problem was that Robert Wolfe's domain would never connect, and
    when I replied to the email I had for him, it always bounced. I saw a different email, and just sent a note to him...if that bounces, we're screwed.

    Understood...

    I had forgotten about Gater... that was Florida based, right?

    I think so. Tim passed away from brain cancer just over a year ago,
    and Kris no longer has time for it.

    Oh that's sad. :(

    Back in the day, I would do echonets mainly, but I also enjoyed
    online chat and playing games with other locals. Now there just
    aren't enough users. :(

    All I've been doing lately is my QWK Mail, updating the ham radio and weather bulletins, and not much else. I miss playing the doorgames.

    I miss Global War, but also a good BIG game of LORD. :-)

    Some other stuff was fun, with local users...




    ... URA redneck if you think "Deliverence" was a love story.
    --- MultiMail/Mac v0.52
    * Origin: Lean Angle BBS * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/17)
  • From Don Lowery@1:340/1000 to Jimmy Anderson on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 09:16:05
    I will definately see what's missing and come over and take a look!!!

    Got you updated last night...so you have full access...so come on back & play on the game servers.

    ACME BBS-Member of fsxNet/WWIVNet/SciNet/AmigaNet/VKRadio/FidoNet/MicroNet.

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/15 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: ACME-Member of fsx/WWIV/Sci/Amiga/VKRadio/MicroNet (1:340/1000)
  • From Jimmy Anderson@1:116/17 to Don Lowery on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 19:24:00
    Don Lowery wrote to Jimmy Anderson <=-

    I will definately see what's missing and come over and take a look!!!

    Got you updated last night...so you have full access...so come on back
    & play on the game servers.

    Just did a mail run - will log in and play around though...



    ... It's a dirty job, but Mike Rowe has to do it.
    --- MultiMail/Mac v0.52
    * Origin: Lean Angle BBS * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/17)
  • From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to JIMMY ANDERSON on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 00:39:00
    Jimmy,

    The problem was that Robert Wolfe's domain would never connect, and when I replied to the email I had for him, it always bounced. I saw a different email, and just sent a note to him...if that bounces, we're screwed.

    Understood...

    Well, we made contact, and I did get a connect on the mail run awhile
    ago. I hadn't planned on being up this late, but now that I'm checking
    the QWK mail (and nothing else), I have to finish it.

    I think so. Tim passed away from brain cancer just over a year ago, and Kris no longer has time for it.

    Oh that's sad. :(

    I've got a lot of fun memories of him. He's the voice of "Ham",
    getting married to "Radio". <G>

    Back in the day, I would do echonets mainly, but I also enjoyed JA>online chat and playing games with other locals. Now there just JA>aren't enough users. :(

    I do the BBS mainly for my benefit...although at times, I've plugged
    it in my D-Rats ping line. <G>

    I miss Global War, but also a good BIG game of LORD. :-)

    I haven't played the local games in a long time...just doing the QWK
    Mail, and not much else.

    Daryl


    * OLX 1.53 * All marriage is same sex: the same sex over & over again.
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)
  • From Don Lowery@1:340/1000 to Jimmy Anderson on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 22:33:53
    Got you updated last night...so you have full access...so come on bac & play on the game servers.
    Just did a mail run - will log in and play around though...

    Saw you were able to send me some mail from your system. Pretty kewl!

    ACME BBS-Member of fsxNet/WWIVNet/SciNet/AmigaNet/VKRadio/FidoNet/MicroNet.

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/15 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: ACME-Member of fsx/WWIV/Sci/Amiga/VKRadio/MicroNet (1:340/1000)
  • From Jimmy Anderson@1:340/1000 to Daryl Stout on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 20:37:33
    Daryl Stout wrote to jimmylogan <=-

    Well, we made contact, and I did get a connect on the mail run awhile ago. I hadn't planned on being up this late, but now that I'm checking
    the QWK mail (and nothing else), I have to finish it.

    LOL

    Back in the day, I would do echonets mainly, but I also enjoyed JA>online chat and playing games with other locals. Now there just JA>aren't enough users. :(

    I do the BBS mainly for my benefit...although at times, I've plugged
    it in my D-Rats ping line. <G>

    I have not done anything HAM related in a while, other than turning
    my mobile on yesterday and trying to get a contact while driving to
    a meeting... no luck.

    I miss Global War, but also a good BIG game of LORD. :-)

    I haven't played the local games in a long time...just doing the QWK Mail, and not much else.

    Well back in the day we'd have a couple dozen people playing LORD and
    battling back and forth - and doing the 'other places' plugins too!
    Those could be fun! :-)




    ... You're so vain - I bet you think this tagline's about you...
    ___ MultiMail/Mac v0.52

    --- Mystic BBS/QWK v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: ACME-Member of fsx/WWIV/Sci/Amiga/VKRadio/MicroNet (1:340/1000)
  • From Jimmy Anderson@1:340/1000 to Don Lowery on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 20:37:33
    Don Lowery wrote to jimmylogan <=-

    Got you updated last night...so you have full access...so come on bac & play on the game servers.
    Just did a mail run - will log in and play around though...

    Saw you were able to send me some mail from your system. Pretty kewl!

    Yeah - using syncTerm to connect and MultiMail via Terminal on Mac
    OS X to do the .qwk stuff.




    ... Let me know if you didn't receive this message.
    ___ MultiMail/Mac v0.52

    --- Mystic BBS/QWK v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: ACME-Member of fsx/WWIV/Sci/Amiga/VKRadio/MicroNet (1:340/1000)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:116/18 to All on Thursday, March 05, 2020 14:22:32
    Jsut testing the update...

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/03/04 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Omicron Theta * Southaven MS * winserver.org:2300 (1:116/18)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Robert Wolfe on Thursday, March 05, 2020 12:32:16
    Hello Robert,

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A46
    @MSGID: 1:116/18 2520504f
    @TZUTC: -0600
    Jsut testing the update...

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/03/04 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Omicron Theta * Southaven MS * winserver.org:2300
    (1:116/18)
    SEEN-BY: 14/5 15/0 19/36 34/999 106/201 116/17 18 120/302 331 123/140 153/757
    SEEN-BY: 153/7715 218/50 700 222/2 230/150 152 240/1120 250/1 261/20
    38 100
    SEEN-BY: 261/1466 266/512 267/155 275/100 282/1031 1056 1060 291/1 111 320/119
    SEEN-BY: 320/219 340/400 342/13 396/45 640/1321 712/848 801/161 189 2320/105
    SEEN-BY: 3634/12 5020/715 1042
    @PATH: 116/18 261/38

    Looks good here..

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to All on Thursday, March 05, 2020 14:09:50
    Ok, just did a fresh install of Mystic-Linux64 on a VM running CentOS 8.1 :)

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/03/04 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: New Mystic BBS (1:261/20)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/146 to All on Saturday, March 07, 2020 16:53:15
    Hello All,

    Just a quick test..
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: Park Avenue Place - Surrey, B.C., Canada (1:153/146)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Alan Ianson on Sunday, March 08, 2020 09:18:52
    Hi Alan!

    07 Mar 2020 16:53, from Alan Ianson -> All:

    @TZUTC: -0800
    @MSGID: 403.fido-fidotest@1:153/146 22c9798e
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17c-Linux Mar 5 2020 GCC 7.4.0
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.10-Linux r3.151 Mar 5 2020 GCC 7.4.0
    @CHRS: ASCII 1
    Hello All,

    Just a quick test..
    SEEN-BY: 102/127 103/705 153/105 135 141 146 250 757 6809 154/10 203/0 SEEN-BY: 221/0 1 6 360 229/101 426 240/1120 5832 261/38 267/67 280/464 SEEN-BY: 280/5003 5555 288/100 310/31 335/364 396/45 423/81 120
    712/848
    SEEN-BY: 770/1 2452/250 4500/1 5020/1042
    @PATH: 153/146 757 221/6 1 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... There has never been a great spirit without a touch of insanity.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: He who can't endure the bad won't live to see the good. (2:310/31)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to All on Saturday, March 07, 2020 20:40:18
    Testing...

    ... Martin Luther King On Dessert..."I Had A Dreamsicle"..
    ___ MultiMail/OS2 v0.52

    --- Mystic BBS/QWK v1.12 A46 2020/03/04 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: New Mystic BBS (1:261/20)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Robert Wolfe on Sunday, March 08, 2020 17:26:36
    Hi Robert!

    07 Mar 2020 20:40, from Robert Wolfe -> All:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A46
    @TZUTC: -0600
    @MSGID: 1:261/20 bfaece0e
    Testing...

    ... Martin Luther King On Dessert..."I Had A Dreamsicle"..
    ___ MultiMail/OS2 v0.52

    SEEN-BY: 14/5 15/0 19/36 34/999 102/127 103/705 106/201 116/17 18
    120/302
    SEEN-BY: 120/331 123/140 153/105 135 141 146 250 757 6809 7715 154/10 SEEN-BY: 203/0 218/50 700 221/0 1 6 360 222/2 229/101 426 230/150 152 SEEN-BY: 240/1120 5832 250/1 261/20 38 100 1466 266/512 267/67 155
    275/100
    SEEN-BY: 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 288/100 291/1 111 310/31 SEEN-BY: 320/119 219 335/364 340/400 342/13 396/45 423/81 120 640/1321 SEEN-BY: 712/848 770/1 801/161 189 2320/105 2452/250 3634/12 4500/1 SEEN-BY: 5020/715 1042
    @PATH: 261/20 116/18 261/38 153/757 221/6 1 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... We do not inherit the land, we borrow it from our children.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Never ask a 3-year old to hold a tomato. (2:310/31)
  • From Flavio Bessa@4:801/189.1 to All on Monday, February 24, 2020 06:22:42
    Hello everybody.

    123

    Flavio

    ... "Tudo na santa paz do lcool!" - Bessa
    --- MacFidoIP 1.0 (OSX)
    * Origin: Hyperion's Orbit - Resisting since 1995! (4:801/189.1)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Flavio Bessa on Monday, March 23, 2020 18:13:18
    Hi Flavio,

    On 2020-02-24 06:22:42, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 4:801/189.1 5e5395e6
    @PID: GED-NSFOSX 1.1.5-20090710
    @CHRS: LATIN-1 2
    @TZUTC: -0300
    @TID: CrashMail II/Linux 0.7
    Hello everybody.

    123

    Flavio

    ... "Tudo na santa paz do lcool!" - Bessa
    --- MacFidoIP 1.0 (OSX)
    * Origin: Hyperion's Orbit - Resisting since 1995! (4:801/189.1)
    SEEN-BY: 14/5 15/0 19/36 34/999 103/705 106/201 116/18 110 120/302 331 SEEN-BY: 123/140 153/757 7715 154/10 203/0 218/700 221/0 1 6 360 222/2 SEEN-BY: 229/101 426 230/150 152 240/1120 5832 250/1 261/38 100 1466 SEEN-BY: 266/512 267/155 275/100 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 SEEN-BY: 288/100 291/1 111 310/31 320/119 219 340/400 900 342/13 396/45 SEEN-BY: 423/81 120 640/1111 1138 1321 1384 712/848 770/1 801/161 189 SEEN-BY: 2320/105 2452/250 3634/12 5020/1042
    @PATH: 801/189 261/38 640/1321 1384 221/1 280/464

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Fabio Bizzi@2:335/364.1 to Flavio Bessa on Monday, March 23, 2020 18:43:00
    Hello Flavio!

    24 Feb 20 06:22, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 4:801/189.1 5e5395e6
    @PID: GED-NSFOSX 1.1.5-20090710
    @CHRS: LATIN-1 2
    @TZUTC: -0300
    @TID: CrashMail II/Linux 0.7
    Hello everybody.

    123

    Flavio

    ... "Tudo na santa paz do lcool!" - Bessa
    --- MacFidoIP 1.0 (OSX)
    * Origin: Hyperion's Orbit - Resisting since 1995! (4:801/189.1)
    SEEN-BY: 14/5 15/0 19/36 34/999 106/201 116/18 110 120/302 331 123/140 153/757
    SEEN-BY: 153/7715 203/0 218/700 221/0 1 6 360 222/2 230/150 152
    240/1120 250/1
    SEEN-BY: 261/38 100 1466 266/512 267/155 275/100 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031
    SEEN-BY: 282/1056 1060 291/1 111 320/119 219 333/808 335/206 364
    340/400 900
    SEEN-BY: 342/13 396/45 423/81 640/1111 1138 1321 1384 712/848 801/161
    189
    SEEN-BY: 2320/105 3634/12 4500/1 5020/1042
    @PATH: 801/189 261/38 640/1321 1384 221/1 6 335/364

    Ciao!
    Fabio

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: ]\/[imac Rebirth Boss Point (2:335/364.1)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Flavio Bessa on Monday, March 23, 2020 18:52:40
    Hi Flavio!

    24 Feb 2020 06:22, from Flavio Bessa -> All:

    @MSGID: 4:801/189.1 5e5395e6
    @PID: GED-NSFOSX 1.1.5-20090710
    @CHRS: LATIN-1 2
    @TZUTC: -0300
    @TID: CrashMail II/Linux 0.7
    Hello everybody.

    123

    Flavio

    ... "Tudo na santa paz do lcool!" - Bessa
    SEEN-BY: 14/5 15/0 19/36 34/999 103/705 106/201 116/18 110 120/302 331 SEEN-BY: 123/140 153/757 7715 154/10 203/0 218/700 221/0 1 6 360 222/2 SEEN-BY: 229/101 426 230/150 152 240/1120 5832 250/1 261/38 100 1466 SEEN-BY: 266/512 267/155 275/100 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 SEEN-BY: 288/100 291/1 111 310/31 320/119 219 340/400 900 342/13
    396/45
    SEEN-BY: 423/81 120 640/1111 1138 1321 1384 712/848 770/1 801/161 189 SEEN-BY: 2320/105 2452/250 3634/12 5020/1042
    @PATH: 801/189 261/38 640/1321 1384 221/1 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... You can't build a reputation on what you are going to do.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: No matter where you go... I'll hunt you down! (2:310/31)
  • From Strahinja Bojovic@2:382/147 to Flavio Bessa on Monday, March 23, 2020 20:24:52
    Hello everybody.


    Hi :)

    --- WILDMAIL!/WC v4.12
    * Origin: * VORTEX BBS * Serbia * vortex.redirectme.net:3777 (2:382/147.0)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:116/18.62 to Flavio Bessa on Monday, March 23, 2020 17:36:00
    MSGID: 4:801/189.1 5e5395e6
    PID: GED-NSFOSX 1.1.5-20090710
    CHRS: LATIN-1 2
    TZUTC: -0300
    TID: CrashMail II/Linux 0.7
    Hello everybody.

    123

    Flavio

    ... "Tudo na santa paz do lcool!" - Bessa
    --- MacFidoIP 1.0 (OSX)
    * Origin: Hyperion's Orbit - Resisting since 1995! (4:801/189.1)

    Looks like it made it here :)

    --- QScan/WC v1.20a / 02-0001
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/WC4 * Memphis,TN * nix.winserver.org:23 (1:116/18.62)
  • From Melkor@1:106/633 to All on Saturday, March 28, 2020 03:03:48
    Just a Test
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: Star Frontiers starfron.synchronetbbs.org (1:106/633)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Melkor on Saturday, March 28, 2020 08:56:42
    Hi Melkor!

    28 Mar 2020 03:03, from Melkor -> All:

    @TZUTC: -0600
    @MSGID: 1.fidonet_fidotest@1:106/633 22e3f495
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17c-Linux Feb 26 2020 GCC 5.4.0
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.10-Linux r3.151 Feb 26 2020 GCC 5.4.0
    @CHRS: ASCII 1
    @NOTE: SlyEdit 1.70 (2019-08-15) (ICE style)
    Just a Test
    SEEN-BY: 19/25 103/705 106/633 987 124/5014 5016 130/230 803 154/10
    203/0
    SEEN-BY: 221/0 229/101 426 240/5832 261/38 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 SEEN-BY: 310/31 387/21 25 26 27 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1 2452/250 @PATH: 106/633 396/45 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Reading is the way up. Knowledge is the key to everything.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: What a day may bring, a day may take away. (2:310/31)
  • From Fabio Bizzi@2:335/364.1 to Melkor on Saturday, March 28, 2020 11:16:28
    Hello Melkor!

    28 Mar 20 03:03, you wrote to All:

    @TZUTC: -0600
    @MSGID: 1.fidonet_fidotest@1:106/633 22e3f495
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17c-Linux Feb 26 2020 GCC 5.4.0
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.10-Linux r3.151 Feb 26 2020 GCC 5.4.0
    @CHRS: ASCII 1
    @NOTE: SlyEdit 1.70 (2019-08-15) (ICE style)
    Just a Test
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: Star Frontiers starfron.synchronetbbs.org (1:106/633)
    SEEN-BY: 19/25 103/705 106/633 987 124/5014 5016 130/230 803 154/10
    203/0
    SEEN-BY: 221/0 1 6 360 229/101 426 240/1120 1634 5832 8002 8005 261/38 280/464
    SEEN-BY: 280/5003 5555 288/100 310/31 313/41 333/808 335/206 364
    382/147
    SEEN-BY: 387/21 25 26 27 396/45 423/81 120 712/848 770/1 2452/250
    @PATH: 106/633 396/45 280/464 221/1 240/1120 335/364

    OK!

    Ciao!
    Fabio

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: ]\/[imac Rebirth Boss Point (2:335/364.1)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Melkor on Saturday, March 28, 2020 13:17:16
    Re: Test
    By: Melkor to All on Sat Mar 28 2020 03:03:48


    Melkor> Just a Test

    Sender Melkor
    To All
    Subject Test
    X-FTN-AREA FIDOTEST
    X-FTN-MSGID 1.fidonet_fidotest@1:106/633 22e3f495
    X-FTN-PID Synchronet 3.17c-Linux Feb 26 2020 GCC 5.4.0
    X-FTN-TID SBBSecho 3.10-Linux r3.151 Feb 26 2020 GCC 5.4.0
    X-FTN-CHRS ASCII 1
    Editor SlyEdit 1.70 (2019-08-15) (ICE style)
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 19/25 103/705 106/633 987 124/5014 5016 130/230 803 154/10 203/0
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 221/0 1 6 360 229/101 426 240/1120 5832 261/38 280/464 5003 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 280/5555 288/100 310/31 320/119 219 387/21 25 26 27 396/45 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 423/81 120 640/1138 1321 1384 712/848 770/1 2452/250 3634/12 X-FTN-PATH 106/633 396/45 280/464 221/1 640/1384

    the only other thing would be for you to be sure you have (most?) all your fidonet areas set for real names or have a prominent note to your users that they should at least sign their messages with their real name if they are using
    an alias... this is standard in the majority of fidonet echos...


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From Jeff Smith@1:282/1031 to Melkor on Saturday, March 28, 2020 17:44:55
    Hello Melkor!

    Here ya go.

    28 Mar 20 03:03, you wrote to all:

    @TZUTC: -0600
    @MSGID: 1.fidonet_fidotest@1:106/633 22e3f495
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17c-Linux Feb 26 2020 GCC
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.10-Linux r3.151 Feb 26 2020 GCC 5.4.0
    @CHRS: ASCII 1
    @NOTE: SlyEdit 1.70 (2019-08-15) (ICE style)
    Just a Test
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: Star Frontiers starfron.synchronetbbs.org (1:106/633)
    SEEN-BY: 14/5 15/0 19/25 36 34/999 106/201 633 987 116/18 120/302 331
    123/140
    SEEN-BY: 124/5014 5016 130/230 803 153/757 7715 218/700 222/2 230/150
    152
    SEEN-BY: 240/1120 250/1 261/38 100 1466 266/512 267/155 275/100
    280/464
    SEEN-BY: 282/1031 1056 1060 291/1 111 320/119 219 340/400 342/13
    387/21 25 26
    SEEN-BY: 387/27 396/45 640/1321 712/848 801/161 189 2320/105 3634/12
    5020/1042
    @PATH: 106/633 396/45 261/38



    Jeff


    --- Mystic v1.12 A45 (2020/02/18) GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: The OuijaBoard BBS - bbs.ouijabrd.net (1:282/1031)
  • From Nick Mackechnie@3:772/210 to Melkor on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 09:29:00
    Just a Test
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: Star Frontiers starfron.synchronetbbs.org (1:106/633)


    Ping

    --- SLMAIL v5.1 (#SLO409KEDG15G098)
    * Origin: The Trashcan - The BEST rubbish * bbs.thenet.gen.nz (3:772/210)
  • From Nick Mackechnie@3:772/210 to Melkor on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 09:29:00
    Just a Test
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: Star Frontiers starfron.synchronetbbs.org (1:106/633)


    Ping

    --- SLMAIL v5.1 (#SLO409KEDG15G098)
    * Origin: The Trashcan - The BEST rubbish * bbs.thenet.gen.nz (3:772/210)
  • From Xray2000@2:292/140 to Bart Verhaeghe on Monday, April 06, 2020 17:06:07
    Hi Bart,

    Here is again a test.

    Greetings,
    Rudi

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/03/26 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: X-TReMe BBS (2:292/140)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Xray2000 on Monday, April 06, 2020 17:32:30
    Hi Xray2000!

    06 Apr 2020 17:06, from Xray2000 -> Bart Verhaeghe:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A46
    @MSGID: 2:292/140 d4b54f2a
    @TZUTC: 0200
    Hi Bart,

    Here is again a test.

    Greetings,
    Rudi

    SEEN-BY: 1/19 14/5 15/0 16/0 19/36 34/999 103/705 106/201 116/18
    120/302
    SEEN-BY: 120/331 123/130 131 140 142/799 153/757 7715 154/10 201/0
    203/0
    SEEN-BY: 203/124 218/700 221/0 1 222/2 229/101 426 230/0 150 152
    240/1120
    SEEN-BY: 240/5832 250/1 261/38 100 1466 266/512 267/155 275/100
    280/464
    SEEN-BY: 280/5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 288/100 291/100 111 310/31 SEEN-BY: 320/119 219 322/0 340/400 342/13 396/45 423/120 640/1321
    712/848
    SEEN-BY: 770/1 801/161 189 2320/105 2452/250 3634/12 5020/1042
    @PATH: 292/140 291/100 261/38 320/219 203/0 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... It is not necessary to understand things in order to argue about them.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Some is good; more is better; too much is just right. (2:310/31)
  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384 to Michiel van der Vlist on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 21:07:58
    Hi! Michiel,

    On 14 Apr 20 12:48, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 2:280/5555 5e959549
    @TID: FMail-W32 2.1.3.7-B20170919
    @GIF: http://www.vlist.eu/fotos/sage-f.jpg
    @RFC-X-No-Archive: Yes
    @TZUTC: 0200
    @CHRS: UTF-8 4
    Hello All,


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
    SEEN-BY: 19/10 203/0 221/0 1 6 360 240/1120 280/464 2000 5003 5555
    320/119
    SEEN-BY: 320/219 423/81 640/1138 1321 1384 712/848 3634/12 5075/35
    @PATH: 280/5555 221/1 640/1384

    Cheers,
    Paul.

    ... "Always bet on black", John Cutter (1992).
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20130515
    * Origin: Quinn's Rock - Live from Paul's Xubuntu desktop! (3:640/1384)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Michiel van der Vlist on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 13:31:42
    Hi Michiel,

    On 2020-04-14 12:48:14, you wrote to All:

    MvdV> @MSGID: 2:280/5555 5e959549
    MvdV> @TID: FMail-W32 2.1.3.7-B20170919
    MvdV> @GIF: http://www.vlist.eu/fotos/sage-f.jpg

    Do we want to look at that picture? ;)

    And no https: ...

    MvdV> @RFC-X-No-Archive: Yes
    MvdV> @TZUTC: 0200
    MvdV> @CHRS: UTF-8 4
    MvdV> Hello All,


    MvdV> Cheers, Michiel

    MvdV> --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    MvdV> * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
    MvdV> SEEN-BY: 103/705 154/10 203/0 221/0 6 229/101 426 240/5832 280/464 2000
    MvdV> SEEN-BY: 280/5003 5555 288/100 310/31 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1 2452/250
    MvdV> SEEN-BY: 5075/35
    MvdV> @PATH: 280/5555 464

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to All on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 12:48:14
    Hello All,


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Wilfred van Velzen on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 14:01:56
    Hello Wilfred,

    On Tuesday April 14 2020 13:31, you wrote to me:

    MvdV>> @MSGID: 2:280/5555 5e959549
    MvdV>> @TID: FMail-W32 2.1.3.7-B20170919
    MvdV>> @GIF: http://www.vlist.eu/fotos/sage-f.jpg

    Do we want to look at that picture? ;)

    It is an old idea from the author of Dutchie: Henk Wevers. When the GIF kludge was present in a message and the associated picture was availble on the reader's system, the Dutchie message reader showed the picture of the author of
    the message.

    This was the picture of Henk Wevers that came with his messages:

    http://www.vlist.eu/fotos/henkweve.gif

    Of course in the pre internet DOS age, the picture had to be stored on the reader's system. Nowadays message readers can download it on the fly via the internet.

    And no https: ...

    I see no added value in securing something that is meant to be published...


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Michiel van der Vlist on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 14:33:44
    Hi Michiel!

    14 Apr 2020 12:48, from Michiel van der Vlist -> All:

    @TID: FMail-W32 2.1.3.7-B20170919
    @GIF: http://www.vlist.eu/fotos/sage-f.jpg
    @RFC-X-No-Archive: Yes
    @TZUTC: 0200
    @CHRS: UTF-8 4
    @MSGID: 2:280/5555 5e959549
    Hello All,


    Cheers, Michiel

    SEEN-BY: 103/705 154/10 203/0 221/0 6 229/101 426 240/5832 280/464
    2000
    SEEN-BY: 280/5003 5555 288/100 310/31 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1 2452/250
    SEEN-BY: 5075/35
    @PATH: 280/5555 464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... The truth shall make you free, but first it shall piss you off.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: To any objective person it's obvious that I'm right. (2:310/31)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to Michiel van der Vlist on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 10:31:53
    *** Quoting Michiel van der Vlist from a message to All ***

    MvdV> Hello All,


    MvdV> Cheers, Michiel

    MvdV> -!- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    MvdV> ! Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)

    Got it here :)

    --- Telegard/2 v3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/2 * Southaven, MS * os2bbs.org:2300 (1:261/20)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:116/18 to All on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 10:59:10
    Just testing new upgrade...

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/04/13 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Omicron Theta * Southaven MS * winserver.org:2300 (1:116/18)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Robert Wolfe on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 18:35:06
    Hi Robert!

    14 Apr 2020 10:59, from Robert Wolfe -> All:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A46
    @MSGID: 1:116/18 9f4ad97a
    @TZUTC: -0500
    Just testing new upgrade...

    SEEN-BY: 50/109 103/705 154/10 203/0 221/0 6 229/101 426 240/5832
    280/464
    SEEN-BY: 280/2000 5003 5555 288/100 310/31 335/364 396/45 423/120
    463/68
    SEEN-BY: 467/888 712/848 770/1 2452/250 4500/1 5000/111 5001/100
    5005/49
    SEEN-BY: 5019/40 5020/846 1042 2047 2140 4441 5054/8 5064/56 5075/35 SEEN-BY: 5080/102 5083/444
    @PATH: 116/18 261/38 5020/1042 221/6 280/5555 464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Recession: you do without things your grandparents never heard of.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Knowledge is to know the extent of one's ignorance. (2:310/31)
  • From Warp 4@1:261/20 to Michiel van der Vlist on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 11:57:00
    On 04-14-20, Michiel van der Vlist said...

    Hello All,


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)

    Hello.

    --- Mystic BBS v1.07.3 (DOS)
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/2 * Memphis, TN (1:261/20)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Michiel van der Vlist on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 12:02:08
    Hello Michiel,

    @TID: FMail-W32 2.1.3.7-B20170919
    @GIF: http://www.vlist.eu/fotos/sage-f.jpg
    @RFC-X-No-Archive: Yes
    @TZUTC: 0200
    @CHRS: UTF-8 4
    @MSGID: 2:280/5555 5e959549
    Hello All,


    Cheers, Michiel

    SEEN-BY: 153/757 154/10 203/0 221/0 6 280/464 2000 5555 335/364 4500/1 SEEN-BY: 5020/1042 5075/35
    @PATH: 280/5555 221/6

    That's what I see here.

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Robert Wolfe on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 12:03:50
    Hello Robert,

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A46
    @MSGID: 1:116/18 9f4ad97a
    @TZUTC: -0500
    Just testing new upgrade...

    SEEN-BY: 50/109 153/757 154/10 221/0 6 280/5555 335/364 463/68 467/888 4500/1
    SEEN-BY: 5000/111 5001/100 5005/49 5019/40 5020/846 1042 2047 2140
    4441 5054/8
    SEEN-BY: 5064/56 5080/102 5083/444
    @PATH: 116/18 261/38 5020/1042 221/6

    It seems to work.

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Alan Ianson on Wednesday, April 15, 2020 00:01:40
    Hello Alan,

    On Tuesday April 14 2020 12:02, you wrote to me:

    @GIF: http://www.vlist.eu/fotos/sage-f.jpg

    That's what I see here.

    But your mail reader did not act on the GIF kludge by showing the picture?

    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Michiel van der Vlist on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 15:19:48
    Hello Michiel,

    @GIF: http://www.vlist.eu/fotos/sage-f.jpg

    That's what I see here.

    But your mail reader did not act on the GIF kludge by showing the
    picture?

    No it didn't. I've never seen or expected it to do that although in today's world a reader could do that without to much trouble. I'm not sure that was ever part of golded's program.

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Alan Ianson on Wednesday, April 15, 2020 00:28:54
    Hello Alan,

    On Tuesday April 14 2020 15:19, you wrote to me:

    But your mail reader did not act on the GIF kludge by showing the
    picture?

    No it didn't. I've never seen or expected it to do that although in today's world a reader could do that without to much trouble. I'm not
    sure that was ever part of golded's program.

    Golded no. But as I wrote, in the distant Fidonet past, it once was supported by at least one mail reader. I was calling out to any left around...


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384.125 to Michiel van der Vlist on Wednesday, April 15, 2020 08:40:53
    Hi! Michiel,

    On 04/15/2020 08:01 AM, you wrote to Alan Ianson:

    MvdV> On Tuesday April 14 2020 12:02, you wrote to me:

    @GIF: http://www.vlist.eu/fotos/sage-f.jpg
    That's what I see here.

    MvdV> But your mail reader did not act on the GIF kludge by showing the picture?

    Is a .jpg file supposed to be a form/variant of the GIF standard?


    Invented by Henk Wever and used in his Dutchie software. The
    filename (which does not have an extension) indicates a .GIF
    picture of the author of the message. If you have the GIF file on
    your system, you can setup an external utility to view the gif at
    the press of a key.

    Try a GIF without the file extension, Michiel. It might work better. Does/can it work with GoldEd (perhaps) encoding the local file? It may be a case where no stinking WWW is necessary[shrug]?

    Cheers,
    Paul.

    --- Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv:31.0) Gecko/20100101 Thunderbird/31.4.0
    * Origin: Bad Command or filename. Or maybe you screwed up. (3:640/1384.125)
  • From Fabio Bizzi@2:335/364.1 to Michiel van der Vlist on Wednesday, April 15, 2020 08:57:20
    Hello Michiel!

    14 Apr 20 12:48, you wrote to All:

    @TID: FMail-W32 2.1.3.7-B20170919
    @GIF: http://www.vlist.eu/fotos/sage-f.jpg
    @RFC-X-No-Archive: Yes
    @TZUTC: 0200
    @CHRS: UTF-8 4
    @MSGID: 2:280/5555 5e959549
    Hello All,


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
    SEEN-BY: 203/0 221/0 6 240/1120 280/464 2000 5555 333/808 335/206 364 4500/1
    SEEN-BY: 5020/1042 5075/35
    @PATH: 280/5555 221/6 335/364

    Lot of kludges. :P

    Ciao!
    Fabio

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: ]\/[imac Rebirth Boss Point (2:335/364.1)
  • From Fabio Bizzi@2:335/364.1 to Robert Wolfe on Wednesday, April 15, 2020 08:58:26
    Hello Robert!

    14 Apr 20 10:59, you wrote to All:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A46
    @MSGID: 1:116/18 9f4ad97a
    @TZUTC: -0500
    Just testing new upgrade...

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/04/13 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Omicron Theta * Southaven MS * winserver.org:2300
    (1:116/18)
    SEEN-BY: 50/109 221/0 6 240/1120 280/5555 333/808 335/206 364 463/68 467/888
    SEEN-BY: 4500/1 5000/111 5001/100 5005/49 5019/40 5020/846 1042 2047
    2140 4441
    SEEN-BY: 5054/8 5064/56 5080/102 5083/444
    @PATH: 116/18 261/38 5020/1042 221/6 335/364

    GOT! :)

    Ciao!
    Fabio

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: ]\/[imac Rebirth Boss Point (2:335/364.1)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/1 to Michiel van der Vlist on Wednesday, April 15, 2020 11:38:56
    On 15.04.2020 0:01, Michiel van der Vlist wrote:

    MvdV> Hello Alan,

    MvdV> On Tuesday April 14 2020 12:02, you wrote to me:

    @GIF: http://www.vlist.eu/fotos/sage-f.jpg

    That's what I see here.

    MvdV> But your mail reader did not act on the GIF kludge by showing the picture?

    A @GIF: kludge which is an URL to a JPG file. Very large one.

    How should a reader act? :)

    'Tommi

    .... sage-f.jpg 100%[=============>] 4.09M 304KB/s in 14s

    ---
    * Origin: rbb.fidonet.fi (2:221/1)
  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384 to Tommi Koivula on Wednesday, April 15, 2020 21:11:11
    Hi! Tommi,

    On 15 Apr 20 11:38, you wrote to Michiel van der Vlist:

    A @GIF: kludge which is an URL to a JPG file. Very large one.
    How should a reader act? :)

    I had hoped that it would be a simple thing using the 'attachments' directory, perhaps. Nope. I gave up after reading the ref/user doco files.

    Cheers,
    Paul.

    ... Any sufficiently advanced bug will become a feature.
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20130515
    * Origin: Quinn's Rock - Live from Paul's Xubuntu desktop! (3:640/1384)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to All on Wednesday, April 01, 2020 07:29:07
    Testing...

    --- Telegard/2 v3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/2 * Southaven, MS * os2bbs.org:2300 (1:261/20)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Robert Wolfe on Thursday, April 16, 2020 15:45:30
    Hi Robert!

    01 Apr 2020 07:29, from Robert Wolfe -> All:

    @MSGID: 1:261/20 c5ce8053
    @PID: Telegard/2 3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    @TID: FastEcho 1.46.1 43258
    Testing...

    SEEN-BY: 50/109 103/705 154/10 203/0 221/0 1 6 360 229/101 426
    240/1120
    SEEN-BY: 240/5832 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 310/31 335/364 396/45
    423/81
    SEEN-BY: 423/120 463/68 467/888 712/848 770/1 2452/250 4500/1 5000/111 SEEN-BY: 5001/100 5005/49 5019/40 5020/846 1042 2047 2140 4441 5054/8 SEEN-BY: 5064/56 5080/102 5083/444
    @PATH: 261/20 116/18 261/38 5020/1042 221/6 1 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Murphy's Law is recursive. Washing your car to make it rain doesn't work. --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Libraries: no answers, only cross references. (2:310/31)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Richard Menedetter on Thursday, April 16, 2020 15:55:23
    Hello Richard,

    On Thursday April 16 2020 15:45, you wrote to Robert Wolfe:


    ... Murphy's Law is recursive. Washing your car to make it rain
    doesn't work.

    "Recursive" ? Perhaps you meant "not reversible" ?


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Michiel van der Vlist on Thursday, April 16, 2020 17:34:38
    Hi Michiel!

    16 Apr 2020 15:55, from Michiel van der Vlist -> Richard Menedetter:

    ... Murphy's Law is recursive. Washing your car to make it rain
    doesn't work.
    "Recursive"?
    Perhaps you meant "not reversible" ?

    yepp ... but I am too lazy to correct it in my taglines file ;)

    CU, Ricsi

    ... I have an electric knife. The turkey is unarmed. I will eventually win.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: My haystack had no needle! (2:310/31)
  • From Nick Mackechnie@3:772/210 to Robert Wolfe on Saturday, April 18, 2020 20:24:00
    Testing...

    --- Telegard/2 v3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/2 * Southaven, MS * os2bbs.org:2300 (1:261/20)

    Ping :)

    --- SLMAIL v5.1 (#SLO409KEDG15G098)
    * Origin: The Trashcan - The BEST rubbish * bbs.thenet.gen.nz (3:772/210)
  • From Nick Mackechnie@3:772/210 to Robert Wolfe on Saturday, April 18, 2020 20:24:00
    Testing...

    --- Telegard/2 v3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/2 * Southaven, MS * os2bbs.org:2300 (1:261/20)

    Ping :)

    --- SLMAIL v5.1 (#SLO409KEDG15G098)
    * Origin: The Trashcan - The BEST rubbish * bbs.thenet.gen.nz (3:772/210)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664 to All on Thursday, April 30, 2020 08:19:40
    Test

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Northern Realms BBS (1:229/664)
  • From Michael Batts@1:227/114 to Jay Harris on Thursday, April 30, 2020 09:08:52
    Tested!

    .\\ichael Batts
    a.k.a. stizzed (because, why not?)
    SysOp, The ROCK BBS III

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/03 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: The ROCK BBS III - therockbbs.net - TELNET:10023 (1:227/114)
  • From Michael Batts@1:227/114 to All on Thursday, April 30, 2020 09:19:51
    Is this thing on?

    .\\ichael Batts
    a.k.a. stizzed (because, why not?)
    SysOp, The ROCK BBS III

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/03 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: The ROCK BBS III - therockbbs.net - TELNET:10023 (1:227/114)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Jay Harris on Thursday, April 30, 2020 10:47:35
    Re: Test
    By: Jay Harris to All on Thu Apr 30 2020 08:19:40


    Test

    Sender Jay Harris
    To All
    Subject Test
    X-FTN-AREA FIDOTEST
    X-FTN-TID Mystic BBS 1.12 A45
    X-FTN-MSGID 1:229/664 1f9789ce
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 1/123 18/200 19/10 90/1 103/705 120/340 601 154/10 203/0 221/0 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 221/1 6 360 226/16 30 227/114 229/101 200 426 452 664 1014 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 240/1120 5832 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 292/8125 310/31 317/3 320/119 219 322/757 342/200 396/45 423/81
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 423/120 640/1138 1321 1384 712/848 770/1 2452/250 3634/12 X-FTN-PATH 229/664 426 280/464 221/1 640/1384


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Michael Batts on Thursday, April 30, 2020 10:48:06
    Re: Test
    By: Michael Batts to All on Thu Apr 30 2020 09:19:51


    Is this thing on?

    Sender Michael Batts
    To All
    Subject Test
    X-FTN-AREA FIDOTEST
    X-FTN-TID Mystic BBS 1.12 A43
    X-FTN-MSGID 1:227/114 f447d931
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 1/123 18/200 19/10 90/1 103/705 120/340 601 154/10 203/0 221/0 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 221/1 6 360 226/16 30 227/114 301 229/101 200 426 452 664 1014 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 240/1120 5832 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 292/8125 310/31 317/3 320/119 219 322/757 342/200 396/45 423/81
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 423/120 640/1138 1321 1384 712/848 770/1 2452/250 3634/12 X-FTN-PATH 227/114 229/426 280/464 221/1 640/1384


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664 to Michael Batts on Thursday, April 30, 2020 11:58:43
    Thanks! :)

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Northern Realms BBS (1:229/664)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664 to Michael Batts on Thursday, April 30, 2020 12:01:29
    It is!

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Northern Realms BBS (1:229/664)
  • From Michael Batts@1:227/114 to All on Saturday, May 02, 2020 14:53:19
    Is this thing on?

    Thanks!

    .\\ichael Batts
    a.k.a. stizzed (because, why not?)
    SysOp, The ROCK BBS III

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A43 2019/03/03 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: The ROCK BBS III - therockbbs.net - TELNET:10023 (1:227/114)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Michael Batts on Saturday, May 02, 2020 19:29:43
    Re: Test
    By: Michael Batts to All on Sat May 02 2020 14:53:19


    Is this thing on?

    Sender Michael Batts
    To All
    Subject Test
    X-FTN-AREA FIDOTEST
    X-FTN-TID Mystic BBS 1.12 A43
    X-FTN-MSGID 1:227/114 d3b221a2
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 1/123 18/200 90/1 103/705 120/340 601 129/215 154/10 30 40 50 700
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 203/0 221/0 6 226/16 30 227/114 201 301 400 702 229/101 200 310 426
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 229/452 664 1014 240/5832 5853 5890 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 280/5555 288/100 292/8125 310/31 317/3 320/219 322/757 342/200
    396/45
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 423/120 712/848 770/1 2452/250 3634/12
    X-FTN-PATH 227/114 229/426 240/5832 280/464 154/10


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Michael Batts on Sunday, May 03, 2020 09:37:44
    Hi Michael!

    02 May 2020 14:53, from Michael Batts -> All:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A43
    @MSGID: 1:227/114 d3b221a2
    @TZUTC: -0400
    Is this thing on?

    Thanks!

    .\\ichael Batts
    a.k.a. stizzed (because, why not?)
    SysOp, The ROCK BBS III

    SEEN-BY: 1/123 18/200 90/1 103/705 120/340 601 154/10 203/0 221/0
    226/16
    SEEN-BY: 226/30 227/114 301 702 229/101 200 426 452 664 1014 240/5832 SEEN-BY: 240/5853 5890 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 SEEN-BY: 292/8125 310/31 317/3 320/219 322/757 342/200 396/45 423/120 SEEN-BY: 712/848 770/1 2452/250
    @PATH: 227/114 229/426 240/5832 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning. -Gates --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Diplomacy is saying "nice doggy" 'til you find a rock. (2:310/31)
  • From Bart Verhaeghe@2:291/1.1 to Jay Harris on Friday, May 08, 2020 01:03:20
    Hallo Jay!

    30 Apr 20 08:19, Jay Harris schrieb an All:

    Test

    ack.

    With Kindley Greetings,
    Bart Verhaeghe

    --- FPD v2.9.040207 GoldED+/W32-MINGW 1.1.5-b20070116
    * Origin: www.fido-deluxe.de.vu Fido-Paket -IP- deluxe (2:291/1.1)
  • From Bart Verhaeghe@2:291/1.1 to Michael Batts on Friday, May 08, 2020 01:05:48
    Hallo Michael!

    30 Apr 20 09:19, Michael Batts schrieb an All:

    Is this thing on?

    Yes this thing is on :)

    With Kindley Greetings,
    Bart Verhaeghe

    --- FPD v2.9.040207 GoldED+/W32-MINGW 1.1.5-b20070116
    * Origin: www.fido-deluxe.de.vu Fido-Paket -IP- deluxe (2:291/1.1)
  • From Michael Batts@1:227/114 to Robert Riddell on Thursday, May 14, 2020 18:03:41
    Are you up for a test?

    .\\ichael Batts
    a.k.a. stizzed (because, why not?)
    SysOp, The ROCK BBS III

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: The ROCK BBS III - therockbbs.net - TELNET:10023 (1:227/114)
  • From Robert Riddell@1:227/301 to Michael Batts on Thursday, May 14, 2020 22:20:06
    Are you up for a test?

    Always. This is what I get for ignoring it for so long. Things break when they get lonely. LOL Thanks for the assistance today. :-)

    Bob

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Leisure Time BBS (1:227/301)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Michael Batts on Friday, May 15, 2020 11:17:06
    Hi Michael!

    14 May 2020 18:03, from Michael Batts -> Robert Riddell:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A45
    @MSGID: 1:227/114 07e0db77
    @TZUTC: -0400
    Are you up for a test?

    .\\ichael Batts
    a.k.a. stizzed (because, why not?)
    SysOp, The ROCK BBS III

    SEEN-BY: 1/123 18/200 90/1 103/705 120/340 601 123/131 154/10 203/0
    221/0
    SEEN-BY: 226/16 30 227/114 301 702 229/101 200 424 426 452 664 1014 SEEN-BY: 240/5832 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 288/100
    292/8125
    SEEN-BY: 310/31 317/3 322/757 342/200 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1 2452/250
    @PATH: 227/114 229/426 101 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Holding a grudge is letting someone else live rent-free in your head.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: IBM: It's Broken, Man. (2:310/31)
  • From Joe Schweier@1:342/200 to All on Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:12:06
    test 1 2 3

    ---
    * Origin: Joe's Mail System 1:342/200 -=joesbbs.com=- (1:342/200)
  • From IB Joe@1:342/201 to Joe Schweier on Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:14:51
    On 23 May 2020, Joe Schweier said the following...

    test 1 2 3

    ---
    * Origin: Joe's Mail System 1:342/200 -=joesbbs.com=- (1:342/200)

    Semaphore files seem to work now...

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -=JoesBBS.com=-

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Joe's BBS -=JoesBBS.com=- (1:342/201)
  • From Joe Schweier@1:342/200 to IB Joe on Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:25:16
    On 23 May 2020, Joe Schweier said the following...

    test 1 2 3

    ---
    * Origin: Joe's Mail System 1:342/200 -=joesbbs.com=- (1:342/200)

    Semaphore files seem to work now...

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -=JoesBBS.com=-

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Joe's BBS -=JoesBBS.com=- (1:342/201)

    not perfect.... But better

    ---
    * Origin: Joe's Mail System 1:342/200 -=joesbbs.com=- (1:342/200)
  • From IB Joe@1:342/201 to Joe Schweier on Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:29:51
    Semaphore files seem to work now...

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -=JoesBBS.com=-

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Joe's BBS -=JoesBBS.com=- (1:342/201)

    not perfect.... But better

    ---
    * Origin: Joe's Mail System 1:342/200 -=joesbbs.com=- (1:342/200)

    That's it...

    I can now tweek the system....

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -=JoesBBS.com=-

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Joe's BBS -=JoesBBS.com=- (1:342/201)
  • From IB Joe@1:342/201 to All on Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:39:29
    Maybe my last test

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -=JoesBBS.com=-

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Joe's BBS -=JoesBBS.com=- (1:342/201)
  • From IB Joe@1:342/201 to IB Joe on Saturday, May 23, 2020 10:43:11
    On 23 May 2020, IB Joe said the following...

    Maybe my last test

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -=JoesBBS.com=-


    Lst test to myself

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -=JoesBBS.com=-

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Joe's BBS -=JoesBBS.com=- (1:342/201)
  • From Keith Matthews@3:712/620 to All on Sunday, May 24, 2020 12:19:13
    Just a quick Test 8-)Regards..Geo
    ooooOOOOoooo
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: The Dungeon BBS Canberra, Australia. (3:712/620)
  • From Rick Smith@1:340/202.1 to Keith Matthews on Saturday, May 23, 2020 22:37:56
    //Hello Keith, //

    On *24.05.20* At *12:19:13* you replied to a post in *FIDOTEST*
    from *All* About *"Test"*.

    Looks good here

    Regards ...
    Rick Smith

    --- WinPoint Beta 5 (359.1)
    * Origin: Abacus Sysop Point..... bbs.abon.us:2323 (1:340/202.1)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Joe Schweier on Sunday, May 24, 2020 10:11:44
    Hi Joe!

    23 May 2020 10:12, from Joe Schweier -> All:

    @MSGID: 1:342/200@fidonet 472e17e0
    @PID: FM/2 2.32.mL CS000602
    @CHRS: IBMPC 2
    @CODEPAGE: 850
    @TID: FastEcho 1.46.1 8714
    test 1 2 3

    SEEN-BY: 1/123 18/200 90/1 103/705 120/340 601 123/131 154/10 203/0
    221/0
    SEEN-BY: 226/16 30 227/114 702 229/101 200 424 426 452 664 1014
    240/5832
    SEEN-BY: 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 292/8125 310/31 SEEN-BY: 317/3 322/757 342/200 201 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1
    2452/250
    @PATH: 342/200 229/426 101 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... A mind stretched by new ideas can never go back to its original size.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Spaghetti code = job security. (2:310/31)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to IB Joe on Sunday, May 24, 2020 10:11:58
    Hi IB!

    23 May 2020 10:39, from IB Joe -> All:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A45
    @MSGID: 1:342/201 76388d60
    @TZUTC: -0600
    Maybe my last test

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -=JoesBBS.com=-

    SEEN-BY: 19/36 57/0 103/705 154/10 203/0 220/70 221/0 226/17 229/101 SEEN-BY: 240/5832 267/800 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 292/8125 310/31 SEEN-BY: 317/3 340/1000 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/0 1 100 330 340
    772/0
    SEEN-BY: 772/1 210 220 230 500 2452/250
    @PATH: 342/201 200 229/426 317/3 770/1 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... A stockbroker is someone who invests your money until it is all gone.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: IRS: We've got what it takes to take what you've got! (2:310/31)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Keith Matthews on Sunday, May 24, 2020 10:12:06
    Hi Keith!

    24 May 2020 12:19, from Keith Matthews -> All:

    @TZUTC: 1000
    @MSGID: 3376.fidotest@3:712/620 232f1cd1
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17c-Linux Apr 7 2020 GCC 4.8.5
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.10-Linux r3.156 Apr 7 2020 GCC 4.8.5
    @CHRS: ASCII 1
    Just a quick Test 8-)Regards..Geo
    ooooOOOOoooo
    SEEN-BY: 103/705 154/10 203/0 221/0 229/101 240/5832 261/38 280/464
    5003
    SEEN-BY: 280/5555 288/100 292/8125 310/31 396/45 423/120 633/267
    640/1384
    SEEN-BY: 712/620 848 770/1 2452/250
    @PATH: 712/620 848 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... The good life only starts when you stop wanting a better one.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Monday is a terrible way to spend 1/7th of your life. (2:310/31)
  • From IB Joe@1:342/201 to Richard Menedetter on Sunday, May 24, 2020 08:13:57
    On 24 May 2020, Richard Menedetter said the following...
    SEEN-BY: 226/16 30 227/114 702 229/101 200 424 426 452 664 1014 240/5832
    SEEN-BY: 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 292/8125 310/3 SEEN-BY: 317/3 322/757 342/200 201 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1 2452/250
    @PATH: 342/200 229/426 101 280/464

    CU, Ricsi


    Thanx

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -=JoesBBS.com=-

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Joe's BBS -=JoesBBS.com=- (1:342/201)
  • From IB Joe@1:342/201 to Keith Matthews on Sunday, May 24, 2020 08:40:15
    On 24 May 2020, Keith Matthews said the following...

    Just a quick Test 8-)Regards..Geo
    ooooOOOOoooo
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: The Dungeon BBS Canberra, Australia. (3:712/620)

    got it...

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -=JoesBBS.com=-

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Joe's BBS -=JoesBBS.com=- (1:342/201)
  • From Keith Matthews@3:712/620 to Rick Smith on Monday, May 25, 2020 09:56:58
    Re: Test
    By: Rick Smith to Keith Matthews on Sat May 23 2020 22:37:56

    //Hello Keith, //

    On *24.05.20* At *12:19:13* you replied to a post in *FIDOTEST*
    from *All* About *"Test"*.

    Looks good here

    Regards ...
    Rick Smith

    Thx Rick 8-)


    Regards..Geo
    ooooOOOOoooo
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: The Dungeon BBS Canberra, Australia. (3:712/620)
  • From Keith Matthews@3:712/620 to IB Joe on Monday, May 25, 2020 09:58:28
    Re: Re: Test
    By: IB Joe to Keith Matthews on Sun May 24 2020 08:40:15

    On 24 May 2020, Keith Matthews said the following...

    Just a quick Test 8-)Regards..Geo
    ooooOOOOoooo
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: The Dungeon BBS Canberra, Australia. (3:712/620)

    got it...

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -=JoesBBS.com=-


    Thanks for the reply Joe 8-)

    Regards..Geo
    ooooOOOOoooo
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: The Dungeon BBS Canberra, Australia. (3:712/620)
  • From Keith Matthews@3:712/620 to Richard Menedetter on Monday, May 25, 2020 09:57:45
    Re: Test
    By: Richard Menedetter to Keith Matthews on Sun May 24 2020 10:12:06

    Hi Keith!

    24 May 2020 12:19, from Keith Matthews -> All:

    @TZUTC: 1000
    @MSGID: 3376.fidotest@3:712/620 232f1cd1
    @PID: Synchronet 3.17c-Linux Apr 7 2020 GCC 4.8.5
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.10-Linux r3.156 Apr 7 2020 GCC 4.8.5
    @CHRS: ASCII 1
    Just a quick Test 8-)Regards..Geo
    ooooOOOOoooo
    SEEN-BY: 103/705 154/10 203/0 221/0 229/101 240/5832 261/38 280/464 5003
    SEEN-BY: 280/5555 288/100 292/8125 310/31 396/45 423/120 633/267 640/1384
    SEEN-BY: 712/620 848 770/1 2452/250
    @PATH: 712/620 848 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... The good life only starts when you stop wanting a better one.

    Thanks Richard

    Regards..Geo
    ooooOOOOoooo
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: The Dungeon BBS Canberra, Australia. (3:712/620)
  • From IB Joe@1:342/201 to Keith Matthews on Sunday, May 24, 2020 19:22:16
    On 25 May 2020, Keith Matthews said the following...
    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -=JoesBBS.com=-


    Thanks for the reply Joe 8-)

    Regards..Geo
    ooooOOOOoooo
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Linux
    * Origin: The Dungeon BBS Canberra, Australia. (3:712/620)

    No problem....

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -=JoesBBS.com=-

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Joe's BBS -=JoesBBS.com=- (1:342/201)
  • From William Williams@1:106/633 to All on Friday, May 29, 2020 02:27:02
    Test..
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: Star Frontiers starfron.synchronetbbs.org (1:106/633)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to William Williams on Thursday, May 28, 2020 20:12:40
    Hello William,

    @TZUTC: -0600
    @MSGID: 408.fidonet_fidotest@1:106/633 2335aa8e
    @PID: Synchronet 3.18a-Linux May 26 2020 GCC 7.5.0
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.11-Linux r3.173 May 26 2020 GCC 7.5.0
    @CHRS: ASCII 1
    @NOTE: SlyEdit 1.73 (2020-03-31) (ICE style)
    Test..
    SEEN-BY: 19/25 33 103/705 106/633 987 124/5014 5016 130/230 803
    153/757 154/10
    SEEN-BY: 203/0 221/0 1 6 360 229/101 240/1120 5832 261/38 280/464 5003 5555
    SEEN-BY: 288/100 292/8125 310/31 335/364 387/21 25 26 27 396/45 423/81
    120
    SEEN-BY: 712/848 770/1 2452/250 4500/1 5020/1042
    @PATH: 106/633 396/45 280/464 221/1 6

    That's what I see here.

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From Rick Smith@1:340/202.1 to William Williams on Thursday, May 28, 2020 21:04:32
    Greetings William!

    29 May 20 02:27, you wrote to All about an urgent matter!:

    Test..

    5/5


    ----
    Rick Smith (Nitro)

    ... - BBSing: Files, folks and fun.
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5--b20170303
    * Origin: ----> Abacus Sysop Point --->>>>bbs.abon.us:2323 (1:340/202.1)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to William Williams on Friday, May 29, 2020 09:01:30
    Hi William!

    29 May 2020 02:27, from William Williams -> All:

    @TZUTC: -0600
    @MSGID: 408.fidonet_fidotest@1:106/633 2335aa8e
    @PID: Synchronet 3.18a-Linux May 26 2020 GCC 7.5.0
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.11-Linux r3.173 May 26 2020 GCC 7.5.0
    @CHRS: ASCII 1
    @NOTE: SlyEdit 1.73 (2020-03-31) (ICE style)
    Test..
    SEEN-BY: 19/25 33 103/705 106/633 987 124/5014 5016 130/230 803 154/10 SEEN-BY: 203/0 221/0 229/101 240/5832 261/38 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 SEEN-BY: 292/8125 310/31 387/21 25 26 27 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1 SEEN-BY: 2452/250
    @PATH: 106/633 396/45 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... We had only two problems: strategy and execution.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Things are never so bad that they can't get worse. (2:310/31)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to All on Friday, May 29, 2020 09:30:05
    Hi All,

    On 2020-05-28 21:04:32, Rick Smith wrote to William Williams:

    @MSGID: 1:340/202.1 5ed089e3
    @REPLY: 408.fidonet_fidotest@1:106/633 2335aa8e
    ...
    * Origin: ----> Abacus Sysop Point --->>>>bbs.abon.us:2323
    (1:340/202.1)
    SEEN-BY: 50/109 103/705 154/10 203/0 221/0 1 6 360 229/101 240/1120 5832 SEEN-BY: 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 292/8125 310/31 335/364 396/45 423/81 SEEN-BY: 423/120 463/68 467/888 712/848 770/1 2452/250 4500/1 5000/111 SEEN-BY: 5001/100 5005/49 5019/40 5020/846 1042 2047 2140 4441 5054/8 SEEN-BY: 5064/56 5080/102 5083/444
    @PATH: 340/202 400 261/38 5020/1042 221/6 1 280/464

    There seems to be some seen-by stripping going on here. 340/202 340/400 261/38 Are in the PATH line, but not in the SEEN-BY's... :-(

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Wilfred van Velzen on Friday, May 29, 2020 01:06:48
    Hello Wilfred,

    There seems to be some seen-by stripping going on here. 340/202
    340/400 261/38 Are in the PATH line, but not in the SEEN-BY's... :-(

    Seems to be something up. I'll quote the message as I see it here next.

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Rick Smith on Friday, May 29, 2020 01:07:40
    Hello Rick,

    @REPLY: 408.fidonet_fidotest@1:106/633 2335aa8e
    @MSGID: 1:340/202.1 5ed089e3
    @CHRS: LATIN-1 2
    @TZUTC: -0700
    Greetings William!

    29 May 20 02:27, you wrote to All about an urgent matter!:

    Test..

    5/5


    ----
    Rick Smith (Nitro)

    ... - BBSing: Files, folks and fun.
    SEEN-BY: 50/109 153/757 154/10 221/0 6 280/5555 335/364 463/68 467/888 4500/1
    SEEN-BY: 5000/111 5001/100 5005/49 5019/40 5020/846 1042 2047 2140
    4441 5054/8
    SEEN-BY: 5064/56 5080/102 5083/444
    @PATH: 340/202 400 261/38 5020/1042 221/6

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Alan Ianson on Friday, May 29, 2020 10:31:46
    * Carbon copied to Michael Dukelsky 2:5020/1042

    Hi Alan,

    On 2020-05-29 01:07:40, you wrote to Rick Smith:

    SEEN-BY: 50/109 153/757 154/10 221/0 6 280/5555 335/364 463/68
    467/888 4500/1
    SEEN-BY: 5000/111 5001/100 5005/49 5019/40 5020/846 1042 2047 2140
    4441 5054/8
    SEEN-BY: 5064/56 5080/102 5083/444
    @PATH: 340/202 400 261/38 5020/1042 221/6

    Same stripping going on. 5020/1042 seems to be the one doing it. :-(

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Michael Dukelsky on Friday, May 29, 2020 11:13:52
    * Originally in NETMAIL
    * Crossposted in FIDOTEST

    Hi Michael,

    On 2020-05-29 11:56:04, you wrote to me:

    [Forwarded from the FIDOTEST area]

    SEEN-BY: 50/109 153/757 154/10 221/0 6 280/5555 335/364 463/68
    467/888 4500/1
    SEEN-BY: 5000/111 5001/100 5005/49 5019/40 5020/846 1042 2047
    2140
    4441 5054/8
    SEEN-BY: 5064/56 5080/102 5083/444
    @PATH: 340/202 400 261/38 5020/1042 221/6

    Same stripping going on. 5020/1042 seems to be the one doing it. :-(

    No, I never strip SEEN-BYs. Please forward this to FIDOTEST area.

    Then why are the systems in the PATH before yours not in the seen-by's? (340/202 400 261/38)

    What tosser are you using?

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/6 to Wilfred van Velzen on Friday, May 29, 2020 13:27:10
    Hi Wilfred.

    29 May 20 10:31, you wrote to Alan Ianson:

    @PATH: 340/202 400 261/38 5020/1042 221/6

    Same stripping going on. 5020/1042 seems to be the one doing it. :-(

    I think the stripper is 1:261/38, the one that is sending the message to the other zone.

    'Tommi

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: nntps://news.fidonet.fi (2:221/6)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Tommi Koivula on Friday, May 29, 2020 12:54:49
    Hello Tommi,

    On Friday May 29 2020 13:27, you wrote to Wilfred van Velzen:

    @PATH: 340/202 400 261/38 5020/1042 221/6

    Same stripping going on. 5020/1042 seems to be the one doing it. :-(

    I think the stripper is 1:261/38, the one that is sending the message
    to the other zone.

    That makes sense. There is still software around that strips SB by default when exporting across a zone boundery. There is also sofware around where is not just the default, but the only way... :(


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Tommi Koivula on Friday, May 29, 2020 13:07:35
    Hi Tommi,

    On 2020-05-29 13:27:10, you wrote to me:

    @PATH: 340/202 400 261/38 5020/1042 221/6

    Same stripping going on. 5020/1042 seems to be the one doing it. :-(

    I think the stripper is 1:261/38, the one that is sending the message to the other zone.

    Unlikely. Stripping takes place on the receiving end when mail crosses a zone boundary, afaik.

    When you do it on the sending side, and the sending tosser also removes his own nodenumber from the seenby's there is a good chance he will get the message back from the receiver.

    But if 5020/1042 has a backup of inbound pkt files, he could verify this.

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Michiel van der Vlist on Friday, May 29, 2020 13:13:18
    Hi Michiel,

    On 2020-05-29 12:54:49, you wrote to Tommi Koivula:

    @PATH: 340/202 400 261/38 5020/1042 221/6

    Same stripping going on. 5020/1042 seems to be the one doing it. :-(

    I think the stripper is 1:261/38, the one that is sending the message
    to the other zone.

    MvdV> That makes sense. There is still software around that strips SB by default
    MvdV> when exporting across a zone boundery. There is also sofware around where
    MvdV> is not just the default, but the only way... :(

    But BBBS isn't known to do that. Otherwise we would have noticed that a lot earlier given the hub role that 261/38 has played for years. Or it is a recent bug, or config change, which doesn't seem very likely to me...

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/0 to Wilfred van Velzen on Friday, May 29, 2020 14:28:46
    29 May 20 13:07, Wilfred van Velzen wrote to Tommi Koivula:

    @PATH: 340/202 400 261/38 5020/1042 221/6

    Same stripping going on. 5020/1042 seems to be the one doing it. :-(

    I think the stripper is 1:261/38, the one that is sending the message to
    the other zone.

    Unlikely. Stripping takes place on the receiving end when mail crosses a zone boundary, afaik.

    It can happen also in the senders end. At least the famous stripper FastEcho is able to do that. Optionally. :)

    'Tommi

    ---
    * Origin: rbb.fidonet.fi (2:221/0)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to William Williams on Friday, May 29, 2020 08:46:45
    Re: Test
    By: William Williams to All on Fri May 29 2020 02:27:02


    Test..

    Sender William Williams
    To All
    Subject Test
    X-FTN-AREA FIDOTEST
    X-FTN-MSGID 408.fidonet_fidotest@1:106/633 2335aa8e
    X-FTN-PID Synchronet 3.18a-Linux May 26 2020 GCC 7.5.0
    X-FTN-TID SBBSecho 3.11-Linux r3.173 May 26 2020 GCC 7.5.0
    X-FTN-CHRS ASCII 1
    Editor SlyEdit 1.73 (2020-03-31) (ICE style)
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 19/10 25 33 103/705 106/633 987 124/5014 5016 130/230 803 154/10
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 203/0 221/0 1 6 360 229/101 240/1120 5832 261/38 280/464 5003 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 280/5555 288/100 292/8125 310/31 320/119 219 387/21 25 26 27 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 396/45 423/81 120 640/1138 1321 1384 712/848 770/1 2452/250 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 3634/12
    X-FTN-PATH 106/633 396/45 280/464 221/1 640/1384


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Wilfred van Velzen on Friday, May 29, 2020 08:50:51
    Re: Re: Test
    By: Wilfred van Velzen to All on Fri May 29 2020 09:30:05


    @PATH: 340/202 400 261/38 5020/1042 221/6 1 280/464

    There seems to be some seen-by stripping going on here. 340/202
    340/400 261/38 Are in the PATH line, but not in the SEEN-BY's...
    :-(

    what tosser is 2:5020/1042 running?

    it is possible that bbbs is doing tiny seenbys (the proper name) when packaging messages for the hop into Z2... inspecting a raw packet is the only way to be sure, though...


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Wilfred van Velzen on Friday, May 29, 2020 14:46:32
    Hello Wilfred,

    On Friday May 29 2020 13:13, you wrote to me:

    MvdV>> That makes sense. There is still software around that strips SB by
    MvdV>> default when exporting across a zone boundery. There is also
    MvdV>> sofware around where is not just the default, but the only way...
    MvdV>> :(

    But BBBS isn't known to do that. Otherwise we would have noticed that
    a lot earlier given the hub role that 261/38 has played for years. Or
    it is a recent bug, or config change, which doesn't seem very likely
    to me...

    "Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth." Arthur Conan Doyle ...


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to mark lewis on Friday, May 29, 2020 15:04:09
    Hi mark,

    On 2020-05-29 08:50:51, you wrote to me:

    what tosser is 2:5020/1042 running?

    I'm trying to find out. And the good news is, he seems to have backups of inbound pkt files, so we can find out how it arrives at his system.

    it is possible that bbbs is doing tiny seenbys (the proper name) when packaging messages for the hop into Z2... inspecting a raw packet is the only way to be sure, though...

    That would a be recent config change at 261/38 then, because we've never seen that before, and she's been around for a while. ;)

    But it might be a possibility because I found another sample that might point in that direction.

    A message in FIDO_SYSOP arrived here 4 times.

    @MSGID: 1:116/17 891e4255

    SEEN+BY: 14/5 15/0 19/25 33 36 38 50 75 106/201 633 987 116/17 18 120/302 331 SEEN+BY: 123/140 124/5014 5016 130/803 153/757 7715 218/50 700 230/150 152 SEEN+BY: 240/1120 250/1 261/20 38 100 1466 266/512 267/155 275/100 280/464 SEEN+BY: 282/1031 1056 291/100 111 320/119 219 340/400 341/66 387/21 25 27 SEEN+BY: 396/45 640/1321 712/848 801/161 189 2320/105 3634/12 5020/1042
    @PATH: 116/17 18 261/38 396/45

    Everything is ok here, but on the other 3 which went from 261/38 to Zone 3, the originating system 116/17 wasn't in the seenbys. For example:

    SEEN+BY: 14/5 15/0 19/36 106/201 116/18 120/302 331 123/140 153/757 7715 SEEN+BY: 218/700 230/150 152 240/1120 250/1 261/38 100 1466 266/512 267/155 SEEN+BY: 275/100 280/464 5555 282/1031 1056 291/100 111 320/119 219 340/400 SEEN+BY: 341/66 396/45 633/280 640/1321 1384 712/620 848 770/1 801/161 189 SEEN+BY: 2320/105 3634/12 5020/1042
    @PATH: 116/17 18 261/38 712/848

    or:

    SEEN+BY: 14/5 15/0 19/36 106/201 116/18 110 120/302 331 123/140 153/757 SEEN+BY: 153/7715 154/10 203/0 218/700 221/0 6 230/150 152 240/1120
    SEEN+BY: 240/5832 250/1 261/38 100 1466 266/512 267/155 275/100 280/464 SEEN+BY: 280/5003 5555 282/1031 1056 291/100 111 320/119 219 340/400
    SEEN+BY: 340/900 341/66 396/45 460/58 633/280 640/305 1111 1112 1113
    SEEN+BY: 640/1114 1138 1321 1384 712/848 801/161 189 2320/105 3634/12
    SEEN+BY: 5019/40 5020/1042 5053/58 5075/35
    @PATH: 116/17 18 261/38 640/1321 1384 280/5555


    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 Friday, May 29, 2020 09:40:50
    Re: Re: Test
    By: Wilfred van Velzen to mark lewis on Fri May 29 2020 15:04:09


    A message in FIDO_SYSOP arrived here 4 times.

    @MSGID: 1:116/17 891e4255

    [...]

    Everything is ok here, but on the other 3 which went from 261/38 to Zone 3, the originating system 116/17 wasn't in the seenbys. For example:

    i'm not going to try to quote it all but i note that on the ones where the originating system, 116/17, is not listed in the seenbys, 116/18 (1st hop) and 261/38 (2nd hop) are both in them which would seem to eliminate tiny seenbys somehow...


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to mark lewis on Friday, May 29, 2020 16:01:12
    Hi mark,

    On 2020-05-29 09:40:50, you wrote to me:

    A message in FIDO_SYSOP arrived here 4 times.

    @MSGID: 1:116/17 891e4255

    [...]

    Everything is ok here, but on the other 3 which went from 261/38 to
    Zone 3, the originating system 116/17 wasn't in the seenbys. For
    example:

    i'm not going to try to quote it all but i note that on the ones where the originating system, 116/17, is not listed in the seenbys, 116/18 (1st hop) and 261/38 (2nd hop) are both in them which would seem to eliminate tiny seenbys somehow...

    In FMail tiny-seenby's for an area are defined as:

    If set to "Yes", all of your down links that are connected to
    this area will receive messages in which the SEEN-BY lines
    will contain only your downlinks.

    If it works the same in BBBS, and since 116/18 is a (down)link for 261/38, the seenbys are exactly as you would expect when tiny-seenbys are set...

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Wilfred van Velzen on Friday, May 29, 2020 15:37:34
    Hello Wilfred,

    On Friday May 29 2020 15:04, you wrote to mark lewis:

    it is possible that bbbs is doing tiny seenbys (the proper name)
    when packaging messages for the hop into Z2... inspecting a raw
    packet is the only way to be sure, though...

    That would a be recent config change at 261/38 then, because we've
    never seen that before, and she's been around for a while. ;)

    OTOH, "nothing was changed here" is one of the most unreliable reports in Fidonet...

    But it might be a possibility because I found another sample that
    might point in that direction.

    So there you go....


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Wilfred van Velzen on Friday, May 29, 2020 08:56:50
    Re: Re: Test
    By: Wilfred van Velzen to Tommi Koivula on Fri May 29 2020 13:07:35


    I think the stripper is 1:261/38, the one that is sending the
    message to the other zone.

    Unlikely. Stripping takes place on the receiving end when mail
    crosses a zone boundary, afaik.

    tiny seenbys can be done on either end...

    When you do it on the sending side, and the sending tosser also
    removes his own nodenumber from the seenby's there is a good
    chance he will get the message back from the receiver.

    not with properly written tossers that know where the packet came from by the packet header containing the message...

    But if 5020/1042 has a backup of inbound pkt files, he could
    verify this.

    or get a copy of a packet destined to another zone from 1:261/38 before the packet is transmitted...


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Wilfred van Velzen on Friday, May 29, 2020 11:34:27
    Re: Re: Test
    By: Wilfred van Velzen to mark lewis on Fri May 29 2020 16:01:12


    i'm not going to try to quote it all but i note that on the ones
    where the originating system, 116/17, is not listed in the seenbys,
    116/18 (1st hop) and 261/38 (2nd hop) are both in them which would
    seem to eliminate tiny seenbys somehow...

    In FMail tiny-seenby's for an area are defined as:

    [...]

    If it works the same in BBBS, and since 116/18 is a (down)link for 261/38, the seenbys are exactly as you would expect when
    tiny-seenbys are set...

    seems legit... i think they were defined and used the same way with fastecho, too... too bad they are forced on on cross zone-links... t'would be nice if toby still has the fastecho code and can compile it to fix that design defect for today's world...


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to mark lewis on Friday, May 29, 2020 18:33:22
    Hi mark,

    On 2020-05-29 11:34:27, you wrote to me:

    If it works the same in BBBS, and since 116/18 is a (down)link for
    261/38, the seenbys are exactly as you would expect when
    tiny-seenbys are set...

    seems legit... i think they were defined and used the same way with fastecho, too... too bad they are forced on on cross zone-links... t'would be nice if toby still has the fastecho code and can compile it to fix that design defect for today's world...

    According to Ulrich 240/1120, you can configure Fastecho to not do that in the echomail area settings, by:

    "Fastecho has 2 parameters for SEEN-BY's: 'Keep SEEN-BY' & 'Tiny SEEN-BY'
    The first one has to be enabled, the 2nd one to be disabled.
    These settings should be the defaults."

    And it seems Ulrichs system doesn't strip seenbys.

    BTW: Node 5020/1042, has told me he is using hpt and can reproduce the seenby stripping on his system. He's investigating it...


    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/1 to mark lewis on Friday, May 29, 2020 19:59:20
    Hi Mark.

    29 May 20 08:50, you wrote to Wilfred van Velzen:

    There seems to be some seen-by stripping going on here. 340/202
    340/400 261/38 Are in the PATH line, but not in the SEEN-BY's...
    :-(

    what tosser is 2:5020/1042 running?

    Hpt. It will never strip seenbys if defined:

    'EchoAreaDefaults -SBkeepAll ...'

    'Tommi

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: rpi.rbb.bbs.fi (2:221/1)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/1 to Wilfred van Velzen on Friday, May 29, 2020 20:02:24
    Hi Wilfred.

    29 May 20 18:33, you wrote to mark lewis:

    According to Ulrich 240/1120, you can configure Fastecho to not do that in the
    echomail area settings, by:

    "Fastecho has 2 parameters for SEEN-BY's: 'Keep SEEN-BY' & 'Tiny SEEN-BY'
    The first one has to be enabled, the 2nd one to be disabled.
    These settings should be the defaults."

    And it seems Ulrichs system doesn't strip seenbys.

    Outbound, true. But inbound from other zones it does.

    See the Fastecho doc:

    8.7.18 - ZONEGATE flag

    When your system acts as outbound zonegate you may need to strip
    all the SEEN-BY information present in your echomail for all messages
    addressed out-of-zone. FastEcho is capable to do that simply by
    enabling this feature (which is disabled by default). This can be done
    by using the flag ZONEGATE in FEOPT. In any case FastEcho acts as an
    inbound-zone-gate, which means SEEN-BYs will be stripped when
    processing EchoMail coming from another zone.

    BTW: Node 5020/1042, has told me he is using hpt and can reproduce the
    seenby stripping on his system. He's investigating it...

    "echoareadefaults -sbkeepall ..."

    'Tommi

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: rpi.rbb.bbs.fi (2:221/1)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Tommi Koivula on Friday, May 29, 2020 19:20:06
    Hi Tommi,

    On 2020-05-29 20:02:24, you wrote to me:

    And it seems Ulrichs system doesn't strip seenbys.

    Outbound, true. But inbound from other zones it does.

    See the Fastecho doc:

    8.7.18 - ZONEGATE flag

    When your system acts as outbound zonegate you may need to strip
    all the SEEN-BY information present in your echomail for all messages
    addressed out-of-zone. FastEcho is capable to do that simply by
    enabling this feature (which is disabled by default). This can be done
    by using the flag ZONEGATE in FEOPT. In any case FastEcho acts as an
    inbound-zone-gate, which means SEEN-BYs will be stripped when
    processing EchoMail coming from another zone.

    Still, it doesn't seem to be going on on Ulrichs system...

    BTW: Node 5020/1042, has told me he is using hpt and can reproduce the
    seenby stripping on his system. He's investigating it...

    "echoareadefaults -sbkeepall ..."

    Yes, I've told him. He just replied he had '-keepsb' instead of '-sbkeepall'. It's fixed now, so this issue is resolved... :)

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/360 to Wilfred van Velzen on Friday, May 29, 2020 20:54:01
    29 May 20 19:20, Wilfred van Velzen wrote to Tommi Koivula:

    And it seems Ulrichs system doesn't strip seenbys.

    Outbound, true. But inbound from other zones it does.

    See the Fastecho doc:

    8.7.18 - ZONEGATE flag

    When your system acts as outbound zonegate you may need to strip
    all the SEEN-BY information present in your echomail for all messages
    addressed out-of-zone. FastEcho is capable to do that simply by
    enabling this feature (which is disabled by default). This can be done
    by using the flag ZONEGATE in FEOPT. In any case FastEcho acts as an
    inbound-zone-gate, which means SEEN-BYs will be stripped when
    processing EchoMail coming from another zone.

    Still, it doesn't seem to be going on on Ulrichs system...

    It has to be going on in Uli's system too, or else he has some special version of FE. This has been investigated a long time ago. Fastecho *is* doing what is stated in the doc above. "In any case ..."

    However, it is not a big deal in fidoweb.

    BTW: Node 5020/1042, has told me he is using hpt and can reproduce the
    seenby stripping on his system. He's investigating it...

    "echoareadefaults -sbkeepall ..."

    Yes, I've told him. He just replied he had '-keepsb' instead of '-sbkeepall'.
    It's fixed now, so this issue is resolved... :)

    Perfect! :D

    'Tommi

    ---
    * Origin: ==========================>>> (2:221/360)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Tommi Koivula on Saturday, May 30, 2020 11:32:55
    Hi Tommi,

    On 2020-05-29 20:54:01, you wrote to me:

    Still, it doesn't seem to be going on on Ulrichs system...

    It has to be going on in Uli's system too, or else he has some special version of FE. This has been investigated a long time ago. Fastecho *is* doing what is stated in the doc above. "In any case ..."

    However, it is not a big deal in fidoweb.

    Of course, they will be dealt with as dupes eventually. But we also don't need the excesive amount of dupes because of seen-by stripping...

    It's fixed now, so this issue is resolved... :)

    Perfect! :D

    But the matter of tiny-seenbys that seems to be going on at 261/38, still needs to be addressed. Now that I know what to look for I've seen multiple examples of this... :-(

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664 to All on Saturday, May 30, 2020 16:51:22
    Testing. Please reply if you happen to receive.

    Jay

    ... Push any key. Then push the any other key.

    --- Telegard v3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    * Origin: Northern Realms Test | bbs.nrbbs.net (1:229/664)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Jay Harris on Saturday, May 30, 2020 23:14:36
    Hi Jay!

    30 May 2020 16:51, from Jay Harris -> All:

    @NOTE: IceEdit 2.35 a00000
    @MSGID: 1:229/664 844a9f61
    @PID: Telegard 3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    @TID: FastEcho 1.46.1 UNREG
    Testing. Please reply if you happen to receive.

    Jay

    ... Push any key. Then push the any other key.

    SEEN-BY: 1/123 18/200 90/1 103/705 120/340 601 123/131 154/10 203/0
    221/0
    SEEN-BY: 226/16 30 227/114 702 229/101 200 424 426 452 664 1014
    240/5832
    SEEN-BY: 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 292/8125 310/31 SEEN-BY: 317/3 322/757 342/200 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1 2452/250 @PATH: 229/664 426 101 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... In its natural state, tofu is good for minor driveway repairs.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: _ _ _ _ ////|||||||||||| - domino effect at work. (2:310/31)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Jay Harris on Saturday, May 30, 2020 16:06:52
    Hello Jay,

    @NOTE: IceEdit 2.35 a00000
    @MSGID: 1:229/664 844a9f61
    @PID: Telegard 3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    @TID: FastEcho 1.46.1 UNREG
    Testing. Please reply if you happen to receive.

    Jay

    ... Push any key. Then push the any other key.

    SEEN-BY: 1/123 18/200 90/1 103/705 120/340 601 123/131 153/757 154/10 203/0
    SEEN-BY: 221/0 1 6 360 226/16 30 227/114 702 229/101 200 424 426 452
    664 1014
    SEEN-BY: 240/1120 5832 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 292/8125
    SEEN-BY: 310/31 317/3 322/757 335/364 342/200 396/45 423/81 120
    712/848 770/1
    SEEN-BY: 2452/250 4500/1 5020/1042
    @PATH: 229/664 426 101 280/464 221/1 6

    Looks good.. :)

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:116/17 to Jay Harris on Saturday, May 30, 2020 22:39:00
    Jay Harris wrote to All <=-

    Testing. Please reply if you happen to receive.

    Jay

    ... Push any key. Then push the any other key.

    --- Telegard v3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    * Origin: Northern Realms Test | bbs.nrbbs.net (1:229/664)

    Looks like it made it here :)

    ... Push any key. Then push the any other key.
    --- MultiMail/Win v0.52
    * Origin: Lean Angle BBS * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/17)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Jay Harris on Sunday, May 31, 2020 04:49:54
    Re: Test
    By: Jay Harris to All on Sat May 30 2020 16:51:22


    Testing. Please reply if you happen to receive.

    Sender Jay Harris
    To All
    Subject Test
    X-FTN-AREA FIDOTEST
    Editor IceEdit 2.35 a00000
    X-FTN-MSGID 1:229/664 844a9f61
    X-FTN-PID Telegard 3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    X-FTN-TID FastEcho 1.46.1 UNREG
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 1/123 18/200 19/10 90/1 103/705 120/340 601 123/131 154/10 203/0
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 221/0 1 6 360 226/16 30 227/114 702 229/101 200 424 426 452 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 229/664 1014 240/1120 5832 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 280/5555 288/100 292/8125 310/31 317/3 320/119 219 322/757 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 342/200 396/45 423/81 120 640/1138 1321 1384 712/848 770/1 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 2452/250 3634/12
    X-FTN-PATH 229/664 426 101 280/464 221/1 640/1384


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From Rick Smith@1:340/202.1 to All on Sunday, May 31, 2020 08:53:44
    Greetings All!


    Upgraded golded just checking...



    ----
    Rick Smith (Nitro)

    ... Life is too short to take BBSing seriously
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: ----> Abacus Sysop Point --->>>>bbs.abon.us:2323 (1:340/202.1)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664 to Rick Smith on Sunday, May 31, 2020 16:08:33
    On 31 May 2020, Rick Smith said the following...

    @MSGID: 1:340/202.1 5ed3d336
    @CHRS: LATIN-1 2
    @TZUTC: -0700
    @SEEN-BY: 1/123 15/0 18/200 90/1 114/705 120/340 601 123/131 226/16 @SEEN-BY: 226/30 227/114 229/101 200 424 426 452 664 1014 240/5832 @SEEN-BY: 249/206 307 317 400 298/25 305/3 317/3 322/757 342/200
    @PATH: 340/202 400 261/38 153/757 221/6 154/10 280/464 770/1 317/3
    @PATH: 229/426
    Greetings All!


    Upgraded golded just checking...



    ----
    Rick Smith (Nitro)

    ... Life is too short to take BBSing seriously
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: ----> Abacus Sysop Point --->>>>bbs.abon.us:2323

    It works!

    Jay

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Northern Realms BBS | bbs.nrbbs.net | Binbrook, ON (1:229/664)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664 to All on Tuesday, June 02, 2020 07:52:54
    Testing from Telegard & FMail with binkd.

    Please respond if you receive this.

    Jay

    ... On the other hand, you have different fingers.

    --- Telegard v3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    * Origin: Northern Realms Test | bbs.nrbbs.net (1:229/664)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Jay Harris on Tuesday, June 02, 2020 16:20:13
    Hi Jay,

    On 2020-06-02 07:52:54, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:229/664 844e15c8
    @PID: Telegard 3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    Testing from Telegard & FMail with binkd.

    What FMail version are you using? ;)

    Please respond if you receive this.

    Jay

    ... On the other hand, you have different fingers.

    --- Telegard v3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    * Origin: Northern Realms Test | bbs.nrbbs.net (1:229/664)
    SEEN-BY: 1/123 18/200 90/1 103/705 120/340 601 123/131 154/10 203/0 221/0 SEEN-BY: 226/16 30 227/114 229/101 200 424 426 452 664 1014 240/5832 SEEN-BY: 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 292/8125 310/31 SEEN-BY: 317/3 322/757 342/200 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1 2452/250 @PATH: 229/664 426 101 280/464

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Jay Harris on Tuesday, June 02, 2020 16:28:42
    Hi Jay!

    02 Jun 2020 07:52, from Jay Harris -> All:

    @PID: Telegard 3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    @MSGID: 1:229/664 844e15c8
    Testing from Telegard & FMail with binkd.

    Please respond if you receive this.

    Jay

    ... On the other hand, you have different fingers.

    SEEN-BY: 1/123 18/200 90/1 103/705 120/340 601 123/131 154/10 203/0
    221/0
    SEEN-BY: 226/16 30 227/114 229/101 200 424 426 452 664 1014 240/5832 SEEN-BY: 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 292/8125 310/31 SEEN-BY: 317/3 322/757 342/200 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1 2452/250 @PATH: 229/664 426 101 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... When you are in it up to your ears, keep your mouth shut!
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Santa's Rules #16: Never feed your reindeer chili! (2:310/31)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664 to Wilfred van Velzen on Tuesday, June 02, 2020 11:16:05
    On 02 Jun 2020, Wilfred van Velzen said the following...

    What FMail version are you using? ;)

    It's the W32 version 2.0.1.2, but you're right, I don't see a TID line or the Note that IceEdit adds.

    I'll have to see if there's a setting that has striped those. FastEcho left them in.

    Jay

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Northern Realms BBS | bbs.nrbbs.net | Binbrook, ON (1:229/664)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Jay Harris on Tuesday, June 02, 2020 14:54:40
    Hello Jay,

    @PID: Telegard 3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    @MSGID: 1:229/664 844e15c8
    Testing from Telegard & FMail with binkd.

    Please respond if you receive this.

    Jay

    ... On the other hand, you have different fingers.

    SEEN-BY: 1/123 18/200 90/1 103/705 120/340 601 123/131 153/757 154/10 203/0
    SEEN-BY: 221/0 1 6 360 226/16 30 227/114 229/101 200 424 426 452 664
    1014
    SEEN-BY: 240/1120 5832 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 292/8125
    SEEN-BY: 310/31 317/3 322/757 335/364 342/200 396/45 423/81 120
    712/848 770/1
    SEEN-BY: 2452/250 4500/1 5020/1042
    @PATH: 229/664 426 101 280/464 221/1 6

    That's what I see here..

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664 to All on Friday, June 05, 2020 02:16:25
    Testing with Telegard's offline mail system.


    Jay



    ... My alone time is for everyone's safety!
    --- MultiMail/Mac v0.52

    --- Telegard/QWK v3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    * Origin: Northern Realms Test (1:229/664)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Jay Harris on Friday, June 05, 2020 05:36:30
    Hi Jay!

    05 Jun 2020 02:16, from Jay Harris -> All:

    @MSGID: 1:229/664 84517c9c
    @PID: Telegard 3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    @TID: FastEcho 1.46.1 UNREG
    Testing with Telegard's offline mail system.


    Jay



    ... My alone time is for everyone's safety!
    --- MultiMail/Mac v0.52

    SEEN-BY: 19/36 57/0 103/705 154/10 203/0 220/70 221/0 226/17 229/101 SEEN-BY: 240/5832 267/800 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 292/8125 310/31 SEEN-BY: 317/3 340/1000 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/0 1 100 330 340
    772/0
    SEEN-BY: 772/1 210 220 230 500 2452/250
    @PATH: 229/664 426 317/3 770/1 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning. -Gates --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Volcano: A moutain with hiccups. (2:310/31)
  • From Sean Dennis@1:18/200 to Jay Harris on Friday, June 05, 2020 03:00:18
    Jay Harris wrote to All <=-

    Testing with Telegard's offline mail system.


    Jay



    ... My alone time is for everyone's safety!
    -+- MultiMail/Mac v0.52

    -+- Telegard/QWK v3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    + Origin: Northern Realms Test (1:229/664)

    Looks good here.


    Later,
    Sean

    ... Going the speed of light is bad for your age.
    ___ MultiMail/Linux v0.52

    --- Maximus/2 3.01
    * Origin: Outpost BBS * bbs.outpostbbs.net:10123 (1:18/200)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Jay Harris on Friday, June 05, 2020 09:32:37
    Hi Jay,

    On 2020-06-05 02:16:25, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:229/664 84517c9c
    @PID: Telegard 3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    @TID: FastEcho 1.46.1 UNREG
    Testing with Telegard's offline mail system.


    Jay



    ... My alone time is for everyone's safety!
    --- MultiMail/Mac v0.52

    --- Telegard/QWK v3.09.g2-sp4/mL

    Multiple tearlines.

    * Origin: Northern Realms Test (1:229/664)
    SEEN-BY: 19/36 57/0 103/705 154/10 203/0 220/70 221/0 226/17 229/101 SEEN-BY: 240/5832 267/800 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 292/8125 310/31 SEEN-BY: 317/3 340/1000 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/0 1 100 330 340 772/0 SEEN-BY: 772/1 210 220 230 500 2452/250
    @PATH: 229/664 426 317/3 770/1 280/464

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Jay Harris on Friday, June 05, 2020 06:35:13
    Re: Test
    By: Jay Harris to All on Fri Jun 05 2020 02:16:25


    Testing with Telegard's offline mail system.

    Sender Jay Harris
    To All
    Subject Test
    X-FTN-AREA FIDOTEST
    X-FTN-MSGID 1:229/664 84517c9c
    X-FTN-PID Telegard 3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    X-FTN-TID FastEcho 1.46.1 UNREG
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 19/36 57/0 103/705 129/215 154/10 30 40 50 700 203/0 220/70 221/0 6
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 226/17 227/201 229/101 310 240/5832 267/800 280/464 5003 5555 288/100
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 292/8125 310/31 317/3 340/1000 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/0 1 100 330
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 770/340 772/0 1 210 220 230 500 2452/250 3634/12
    X-FTN-PATH 229/664 426 317/3 770/1 280/464 154/10


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Wilfred van Velzen on Friday, June 05, 2020 06:42:51
    Re: Re: Test
    By: Wilfred van Velzen to Jay Harris on Fri Jun 05 2020 09:32:37


    ... My alone time is for everyone's safety!
    --- MultiMail/Mac v0.52

    --- Telegard/QWK v3.09.g2-sp4/mL

    Multiple tearlines.

    so what? there is no problem with that... everything after the first one can be torn off and discarded as the tear line is intended to signify...

    why do you continually whine about these non-problems???


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to mark lewis on Friday, June 05, 2020 13:08:47
    Hi mark,

    On 2020-06-05 06:42:51, you wrote to me:

    ... My alone time is for everyone's safety!
    --- MultiMail/Mac v0.52

    --- Telegard/QWK v3.09.g2-sp4/mL

    Multiple tearlines.

    so what? there is no problem with that... everything after the first one can be torn off and discarded as the tear line is intended to signify...

    why do you continually whine about these non-problems???

    This is FIDOTEST, we can remark about any anomaly, problematic or not...

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to mark lewis on Friday, June 05, 2020 13:17:26
    Hello mark,

    On Friday June 05 2020 06:42, you wrote to Wilfred van Velzen:

    @MSGID: 2814.fido-fidotest@1:3634/12 233f62a9

    "2814.fido-fidotest@1:3634/12" is not a valid return address for the originating network, as mandated by FTS-009.

    @NOTE: FSEditor.js v1.104

    Where is the @NOTE kludge documented?

    why do you continually whine about these non-problems???

    An anomaly does not need to be a problem in order to qualify for reporting.


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Wilfred van Velzen on Friday, June 05, 2020 09:00:27
    Re: Re: Test
    By: Wilfred van Velzen to mark lewis on Fri Jun 05 2020 13:08:47


    Multiple tearlines.

    so what? there is no problem with that... everything after the
    first one can be torn off and discarded as the tear line is
    intended to signify...

    why do you continually whine about these non-problems???

    This is FIDOTEST, we can remark about any anomaly, problematic or not...

    multiple tear lines is not an anomaly... in fact, it used to be quite normal... especially with offline mail being in such extremely wide use... then the tear line wars started which was followed by some tossers offering the ability to strip all tear lines which was then followed by the PID/TID control lines...


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Michiel van der Vlist on Friday, June 05, 2020 09:06:46
    Re: Test
    By: Michiel van der Vlist to mark lewis on Fri Jun 05 2020 13:17:26


    @MSGID: 2814.fido-fidotest@1:3634/12 233f62a9

    MvdV> "2814.fido-fidotest@1:3634/12" is not a valid return address
    MvdV> for the originating network, as mandated by FTS-009.

    it seems to work perfectly fine in the years it has been being used... granted the software does not purport to even implement FTS-0009... if it did, then i would agree with you wholeheartedly...

    @NOTE: FSEditor.js v1.104

    MvdV> Where is the @NOTE kludge documented?

    AFAIK, it was started by some external BBS editor in an effort to get their software also listed in the stream of message manipulation... it tells what software created the message without using the tear line and dealing with the tear line wars...

    why do you continually whine about these non-problems???

    MvdV> An anomaly does not need to be a problem in order to qualify
    MvdV> for reporting.

    i agree with you for real anomalies... these are not such and have been around in widespread use for decades... limited horizons are not an excuse ;)


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to mark lewis on Friday, June 05, 2020 15:28:51
    Hi mark,

    On 2020-06-05 09:00:27, you wrote to me:

    This is FIDOTEST, we can remark about any anomaly, problematic or
    not...

    multiple tear lines is not an anomaly... in fact, it used to be quite normal... especially with offline mail being in such extremely wide use... then the tear line wars started which was followed by some tossers offering
    the ability to strip all tear lines which was then followed by the PID/TID control lines...

    I find it ugly, so worthy to whine about...

    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 Friday, June 05, 2020 10:39:03
    Re: Re: Test
    By: Wilfred van Velzen to mark lewis on Fri Jun 05 2020 15:28:51


    This is FIDOTEST, we can remark about any anomaly, problematic or
    not...

    multiple tear lines is not an anomaly... in fact, it used to be
    quite normal... especially with offline mail being in such extremely
    wide use... then the tear line wars started which was followed by
    some tossers offering the ability to strip all tear lines which was
    then followed by the PID/TID control lines...

    I find it ugly, so worthy to whine about...

    three things:

    text messaging is not a beauty contest... ANSI enhanced messaging, on the other hand, can be considered as such...

    beauty is in the eye of the beer holder... perhaps you simply need more beer? ;)

    if you whine about all the ugly in the world, that's pretty sad as it is a never ending thing...



    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From ib joe@1:342/201 to Jay Harris on Friday, June 05, 2020 09:25:42
    On 05 Jun 2020, Jay Harris said the following...

    Testing with Telegard's offline mail system.


    Jay

    Did it work??

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -= JoesBBS.Com =-

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Raspberry Pi/32)
    * Origin: Joe's BBS -=JoesBBS.Com=- (1:342/201)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664 to mark lewis on Friday, June 05, 2020 12:04:11
    On 05 Jun 2020, mark lewis said the following...

    then the tear line wars started which was followed by some tossers offering the ability to strip all tear lines which was then
    followed by the PID/TID control lines...

    I just checked in FastEcho. It does have the options:

    "Keep tearlines clean" or "Retear" but I don't see any options for stripping
    or re-writing multiple tearlines.

    At any rate, this would only seem to happen if someone were to upload a reply packet on Telegard's internal offline system. I suppose I could try the Bluewave door to see if that makes any difference.


    Jay

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Northern Realms BBS | bbs.nrbbs.net | Binbrook, ON (1:229/664)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664 to mark lewis on Friday, June 05, 2020 12:09:19
    *** Quoting mark lewis from a message to Michiel van der Vlist ***

    MvdV> Where is the @NOTE kludge documented?

    AFAIK, it was started by some external BBS editor in an effort to get their software also listed in the stream of message manipulation...
    it tells what softwarecreated the message without using the tear line
    and dealing with the tear line wars...

    Yes, I've noticed that IceEdit adds them, as you'll see on this message. ;)


    Jay

    ... If you believe in telekinesis, please raise my hand.

    --- Telegard v3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    * Origin: Northern Realms Test (1:229/664)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Jay Harris on Friday, June 05, 2020 12:30:30
    Re: Re: Test
    By: Jay Harris to mark lewis on Fri Jun 05 2020 12:04:11


    then the tear line wars started which was followed by some tossers
    offering the ability to strip all tear lines which was then
    followed by the PID/TID control lines...

    I just checked in FastEcho. It does have the options:

    "Keep tearlines clean" or "Retear" but I don't see any options for stripping or re-writing multiple tearlines.

    you missed the FEOPT environment variable options...

    SET FEOPT=STRIPTEAR,NOTID,NOAFIX

    the above is what my system ran with from the time that at least STRIPTEAR was introduced ;)

    during the several decades that i ran fastecho, no messages leaving my system had any tear lines on them... none, nada, kaput...


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to mark lewis on Friday, June 05, 2020 19:00:40
    Hi mark,

    On 2020-06-05 10:39:03, you wrote to me:

    multiple tear lines is not an anomaly... in fact, it used to be
    quite normal... especially with offline mail being in such extremely
    wide use... then the tear line wars started which was followed by
    some tossers offering the ability to strip all tear lines which was
    then followed by the PID/TID control lines...

    I find it ugly, so worthy to whine about...

    three things:

    text messaging is not a beauty contest... ANSI enhanced messaging, on
    the other hand, can be considered as such...

    Double tear lines could be a configuration error by the sysop, it doesn't hurt anyone to mention it, and maybe it helps the sysop. If not, he can just ignore it...

    beauty is in the eye of the beer holder... perhaps you simply need
    more beer? ;)

    Definitely! ;)


    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664 to ib joe on Friday, June 05, 2020 13:20:08
    It would appear so! :)


    Jay

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Northern Realms BBS | bbs.nrbbs.net | Binbrook, ON (1:229/664)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664 to mark lewis on Friday, June 05, 2020 13:23:31
    On 05 Jun 2020, mark lewis said the following...

    you missed the FEOPT environment variable options...

    SET FEOPT=STRIPTEAR,NOTID,NOAFIX

    the above is what my system ran with from the time that at least
    STRIPTEAR was introduced ;)

    I was kind of hoping to keep the Telegard one and somehow re-write the MultiMail (or whatever) tearline to either a ___ or === instead of wiping
    them out entirely.


    Jay

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Northern Realms BBS | bbs.nrbbs.net | Binbrook, ON (1:229/664)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Wilfred van Velzen on Friday, June 05, 2020 17:17:08
    Hello Wilfred,

    multiple tear lines is not an anomaly... in fact, it used to be
    quite normal... especially with offline mail being in such
    extremely wide use... then the tear line wars started which was
    followed by some tossers offering the ability to strip all tear
    lines which was then followed by the PID/TID control lines...

    I find it ugly, so worthy to whine about...

    It is ugly and it has always made me bark when I see that.

    I have only ever seen that when an OLR of some sort was used and always wondered why an OLR would add a tear line and would prefer if they didn't do that.. but it is what it is.

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to mark lewis on Saturday, June 06, 2020 12:44:44
    Hello mark,

    On Friday June 05 2020 09:06, you wrote to me:

    @MSGID: 2814.fido-fidotest@1:3634/12 233f62a9

    MvdV>> "2814.fido-fidotest@1:3634/12" is not a valid return address
    MvdV>> for the originating network, as mandated by FTS-009.

    it seems to work perfectly fine in the years it has been being used...

    Your assertion is falsified by Tommi Koivula's observation that at least one software has problems with it.

    granted the software does not purport to even implement FTS-0009...

    "Purport" is not in my dictionary, Google translate seems to think it is a noun. Whatever "purport" means in this context, by using the "MSGID" identifier, it certainly suggests ands appears to follow FTS-0009.

    If it does not implement FTS-0009 but some other means to uniquely identify a message instead, it has hijacked the MSGID identifier.


    MvdV>> An anomaly does not need to be a problem in order to qualify
    MvdV>> for reporting.

    i agree with you for real anomalies... these are not such

    So you say, but the classification of "real" vs "not real" is entirely yours. That it is not a "real" anomaly and therefore does not qualify for reporting is just your opinion, it is not fact.

    and have been around in widespread use for decades...

    "for decades" does not unmake it an anomaly. There is no statue of limitation on anomalies. Many anomalies have been present for centuries and they still are anomalies.

    limited horizons are not an excuse ;)

    "Limited horizon" is a pleonasm. An horizon is always a limit. By definition.

    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Michiel van der Vlist on Saturday, June 06, 2020 10:39:21
    Re: Test
    By: Michiel van der Vlist to mark lewis on Sat Jun 06 2020 12:44:44


    granted the software does not purport to even implement FTS-0009...

    MvdV> "Purport" is not in my dictionary, Google translate seems to think
    MvdV> it is a noun. Whatever "purport" means in this context,

    it means the software in question does not indicate, hint, suggest, or otherwise state that it supports FTS-0009...

    MvdV> by using the "MSGID" identifier, it certainly suggests ands appears
    MvdV> to follow FTS-0009.

    that's a flaw in your thinking and an assumption based on non-existant information... most all FTN software quite proudly states somewhere in its documentation what FTN specifications it supports... synchronet does not state anything about FTS-0009 usage but it does state that it uses and supports some other FTN specs...


    but anyway, here... read this and take your argument up with the main developer(s)...

    http://wiki.synchro.net/faq:misc#ftn_msgid






    please also note the highly important use of the word "should" in FTS-0009... note that FTS-1006 provides the definition for it ;)


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From Rob Swindell@1:103/705 to Michiel van der Vlist on Saturday, June 06, 2020 12:30:28
    Re: Test
    By: Michiel van der Vlist to mark lewis on Sat Jun 06 2020 12:44 pm

    Hello mark,

    On Friday June 05 2020 09:06, you wrote to me:

    @MSGID: 2814.fido-fidotest@1:3634/12 233f62a9

    MvdV>> "2814.fido-fidotest@1:3634/12" is not a valid return address
    MvdV>> for the originating network, as mandated by FTS-009.

    it seems to work perfectly fine in the years it has been being used...

    Your assertion is falsified by Tommi Koivula's observation that at least one software has problems with it.

    I just read back through Tommi's posts here and did not find any observation of any problem with Synchronet/SBBSecho's FTN MSG-IDs. Are you sure about that?

    granted the software does not purport to even implement FTS-0009...

    "Purport" is not in my dictionary, Google translate seems to think it is a noun. Whatever "purport" means in this context, by using the "MSGID" identifier, it certainly suggests ands appears to follow FTS-0009.

    Purport is a verb: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/purport

    Synonym to "claim". And at least *I* (the author) claim that Synchronet/SBBSecho implements FTS-9.

    If it does not implement FTS-0009 but some other means to uniquely identify a message instead, it has hijacked the MSGID identifier.

    Nope, no hijacking going on.

    MvdV>> An anomaly does not need to be a problem in order to qualify
    MvdV>> for reporting.

    i agree with you for real anomalies... these are not such

    So you say, but the classification of "real" vs "not real" is entirely yours. That it is not a "real" anomaly and therefore does not qualify for reporting is just your opinion, it is not fact.

    and have been around in widespread use for decades...

    "for decades" does not unmake it an anomaly. There is no statue of limitation on anomalies. Many anomalies have been present for centuries and they still are anomalies.

    limited horizons are not an excuse ;)

    "Limited horizon" is a pleonasm. An horizon is always a limit. By definition.

    Speaking of "limited horizons", let's take a look at the MSG-ID of your posted message: 2:280/5555 5edb7807

    Huh... that "53db7808" looks suspiciously like a Unix time_t value:
    time_t 1591441415 (0x5EDB7807) ISO 2020-06-06 04:03:35.000-07:00

    So what happens on *your* system when 2 users (if you have any) post a message in the same message area within the same wall-clock second? You, my friend, have a broken FTN MSG-ID generation algorithm there on *your* system. You should fix that, not that I really care. FTN systems are already broken in so many ways, what's another? :-)

    digital man

    Synchronet "Real Fact" #21:
    The first commericial sale of Synchronet was to Las Vegas Playground BBS (1992).
    Norco, CA WX: 66.1F, 71.0% humidity, 5 mph E wind, 0.00 inches rain/24hrs
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: Vertrauen - [vert/cvs/bbs].synchro.net (1:103/705)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Rob Swindell on Saturday, June 06, 2020 17:46:59
    Re: Test
    By: Rob Swindell to Michiel van der Vlist on Sat Jun 06 2020 12:30:28


    And at least *I* (the author) claim that Synchronet/SBBSecho implements FTS-9.

    my apologies... i stand corrected...


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From Rob Swindell@1:103/705 to mark lewis on Saturday, June 06, 2020 20:33:44
    Re: Test
    By: mark lewis to Rob Swindell on Sat Jun 06 2020 05:46 pm

    Re: Test
    By: Rob Swindell to Michiel van der Vlist on Sat Jun 06 2020 12:30:28


    And at least *I* (the author) claim that Synchronet/SBBSecho implements FTS-9.

    my apologies... i stand corrected...

    Sure. It's no major accomplishment or anything. :-)

    digital man

    Synchronet/BBS Terminology Definition #8:
    BPS = Bits Per Second
    Norco, CA WX: 61.7F, 77.0% humidity, 8 mph ENE wind, 0.00 inches rain/24hrs --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: Vertrauen - [vert/cvs/bbs].synchro.net (1:103/705)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/1.11 to All on Sunday, June 07, 2020 10:23:03
    Rob Swindell <Rob.Swindell@f1.n221.z7302.ftn.zone.error> wrote:

    @MSGID: 2814.fido-fidotest@1:3634/12 233f62a9

    MvdV>> "2814.fido-fidotest@1:3634/12" is not a valid return address MvdV>> for the originating network, as mandated by FTS-009.

    it seems to work perfectly fine in the years it has been being used...

    Your assertion is falsified by Tommi Koivula's observation that at least one software has problems with it.

    I just read back through Tommi's posts here and did not find any observation
    of any problem with Synchronet/SBBSecho's FTN MSG-IDs. Are you sure about that?

    Go back to february 2016.

    Soupgate has problems with your type of msgid. As you may see about this message.

    'Tommi

    ---
    * Origin: rbb soupgate, the fidonet nntp junction (2:221/1.11)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/1.11 to All on Sunday, June 07, 2020 10:34:15
    Michiel van der Vlist <Michiel.van.der.Vlist@f5555.n280.z2.fidonet.fi> wrote:

    MVDV> Your assertion is falsified by Tommi Koivula's observation that at
    MVDV> least one software has problems with it.

    This reply should be ok, you have a proper msgid.

    'Tommi

    ---
    * Origin: rbb soupgate, the fidonet nntp junction (2:221/1.11)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Rob Swindell on Sunday, June 07, 2020 11:04:22
    Hello Rob,

    On Saturday June 06 2020 12:30, you wrote to me:

    Your assertion is falsified by Tommi Koivula's observation that at
    least one software has problems with it.

    I just read back through Tommi's posts here and did not find any observation of any problem with Synchronet/SBBSecho's FTN MSG-IDs. Are
    you sure about that?

    Yes, I am sure.

    Purport is a verb: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/purport

    Synonym to "claim". And at least *I* (the author) claim that Synchronet/SBBSecho implements FTS-9.

    Noted.

    "Limited horizon" is a pleonasm. An horizon is always a limit. By
    definition.

    Speaking of "limited horizons", let's take a look at the MSG-ID of
    your posted message: 2:280/5555 5edb7807

    Huh... that "53db7808" looks suspiciously like a Unix time_t value:

    Yes, it looks like it. So?

    So what happens on *your* system when 2 users (if you have any) post a message in the same message area within the same wall-clock second?

    All my users are assigned a point number and post using that point number. No conflict.

    As for messages posted from the same address in the same second: see FRL-1029.002 4.8.

    You, my friend, have a broken FTN MSG-ID generation algorithm there on *your* system.

    So prove it by showing two different messages originating from my system in the last three years that have the same MSGID.


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to mark lewis on Sunday, June 07, 2020 11:40:50
    Hello mark,

    On Saturday June 06 2020 10:39, you wrote to me:

    it means the software in question does not indicate, hint, suggest, or otherwise state that it supports FTS-0009...

    MvdV>> by using the "MSGID" identifier, it certainly suggests ands
    MvdV>> appears to follow FTS-0009.

    that's a flaw in your thinking and an assumption based on non-existant information...

    The information that the MSGID identifier is used is clearly there. No assumption.

    most all FTN software quite proudly states somewhere in its
    documentation what FTN specifications it supports... synchronet does
    not state anything about FTS-0009 usage but it does state that it uses
    and supports some other FTN specs...

    === quote ===

    And at least *I* (the author) claim that Synchronet/SBBSecho implements FTS-9.

    === end quote ===

    Any comment on that?

    but anyway, here... read this and take your argument up with the main developer(s)...

    http://wiki.synchro.net/faq:misc#ftn_msgid

    It is YOU using the software. YOU are responsible for messages originating from your system. That the software is broken is no excuse.

    please also note the highly important use of the word "should" in FTS-0009... note that FTS-1006 provides the definition for it ;)

    You are talking kike a lwayer end you might even get away with that in a US court. If it weren't for the fact that FTS-0009 does not mention that it follows FTS-1006. Which makes sense because there is no FTS-1006. If you meant FTA-1006, that was written AFTER FTS-0009 was published, so of course it does not apply to the "should" in FTS-0009.

    So much about the world of lawyers. In the real world of science and technology ignoring "you should not touch the 10 kV" might get you a nomination for the Darwin Award....


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Tommi Koivula on Sunday, June 07, 2020 11:56:04
    Hello Tommi,

    On Sunday June 07 2020 10:34, you wrote to All:

    MVDV>> Your assertion is falsified by Tommi Koivula's observation that
    MVDV>> at least one software has problems with it.

    This reply should be ok, you have a proper msgid.

    Tnx.


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/1.11 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sunday, June 07, 2020 13:18:06
    On 07.06.2020 11:56, Michiel van der Vlist wrote:

    Hello Tommi,

    On Sunday June 07 2020 10:34, you wrote to All:

    MVDV>> Your assertion is falsified by Tommi Koivula's observation that
    MVDV>> at least one software has problems with it.

    This reply should be ok, you have a proper msgid.

    Tnx.

    However, To: name in reply seems not to be ok. I don't know why, but I
    prefer jam/smapinntpd anyway. :)

    'Tommi

    ---
    * Origin: rbb soupgate, the fidonet nntp junction (2:221/1.11)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/1.11 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sunday, June 07, 2020 13:26:24
    On 07.06.2020 11:04, Michiel van der Vlist wrote:

    You, my friend, have a broken FTN MSG-ID generation algorithm there on *your* system.

    So prove it by showing two different messages originating from my system in the last three years that have the same MSGID.

    You try to post two messages with FTools in one second and show us the
    result. :)

    'Tommi

    ---
    * Origin: rbb soupgate, the fidonet nntp junction (2:221/1.11)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Tommi Koivula on Sunday, June 07, 2020 13:06:34
    Hi Tommi,

    On 2020-06-07 13:26:24, you wrote to Michiel van der Vlist:

    You try to post two messages with FTools in one second and show us the result. :)

    That has been fixed a long time ago:

    2014-06-22 1.68.6.80-Beta
    * Fix uniqueID generation for .pkt file names and msgid's.


    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Wilfred van Velzen on Sunday, June 07, 2020 13:29:58
    Hello Tommi,

    On Sunday June 07 2020 13:26, you wrote to me:

    So prove it by showing two different messages originating from my
    system in the last three years that have the same MSGID.

    You try to post two messages with FTools in one second and show us the result. :)

    I tried. I could not make Ftools post two messages in the same second.


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sunday, June 07, 2020 13:49:10
    Hi Michiel,

    On 2020-06-07 13:29:58, you wrote to me:

    You try to post two messages with FTools in one second and show us
    the
    result. :)

    MvdV> I tried. I could not make Ftools post two messages in the same second.

    I can, and it generates unique MSGID's...

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Wilfred van Velzen on Sunday, June 07, 2020 13:57:53
    Hello Wilfred,

    On Sunday June 07 2020 13:49, you wrote to me:

    You try to post two messages with FTools in one second and show
    us the result. :)

    MvdV>> I tried. I could not make Ftools post two messages in the same
    MvdV>> second.

    I can, and it generates unique MSGID's...

    Of course it does. It uses a similar mechanism as FRL-1029.


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Tommi Koivula on Sunday, June 07, 2020 08:50:39
    Re: Re: Test
    By: Tommi Koivula to All on Sun Jun 07 2020 10:23:03


    I just read back through Tommi's posts here and did not find any
    observation of any problem with Synchronet/SBBSecho's FTN MSG-IDs.
    Are you sure about that?

    Go back to february 2016.

    Soupgate has problems with your type of msgid. As you may see about
    this message.

    because soupgate has a design defect in it... it attempts to parse the msgid instead of simply using it as a message identification string... sbbs msgids have been used in FTNs for roughly two decades... soupgate's defect has long been known yet no one has attempted to fix it properly :shrug:


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sunday, June 07, 2020 09:37:28
    Re: Test
    By: Michiel van der Vlist to mark lewis on Sun Jun 07 2020 11:40:50


    but anyway, here... read this and take your argument up with the main
    developer(s)...

    http://wiki.synchro.net/faq:misc#ftn_msgid

    MvdV> It is YOU using the software. YOU are responsible for messages
    MvdV> originating from your system.

    yup... i absolutely am and i fully stand by it, too...

    MvdV> That the software is broken is no excuse.

    sorry but the software is not broken in this case... in other cases, yeah possibly... you, yourself, have stated that all software has bugs... in this case, though, this is not a bug or a defect... it is specifically a design decision... read the above link if you haven't already...

    please also note the highly important use of the word "should" in
    FTS-0009... note that FTS-1006 provides the definition for it ;)

    MvdV> You are talking kike a lwayer end you might even get away with that in
    MvdV> a US court.

    says he who did the same in the FTSC echo for years...

    MvdV> If it weren't for the fact that FTS-0009 does not mention that it
    MvdV> follows FTS-1006.

    ok... so you're saying that FTS-1009 does not state that FTA-1006 is to be applied to it... if that's the case then the same can also be applied to sbbs' msgid format since sbbs' documentation does not state that it implements FTS-1009... make up your mind... you cannot have it both ways... be careful, too, because this could open a monstrous can of worms that should not be opened...

    these "statements of implementation" have been used for decades with software that is and has been used in FTNs... if software's documentation states that it implements FTS-XXXX or FSP-YYYY then it was called to task when the implementation was broken or non-standard... if the software documentation has not stated that it implements FTS-XXXX or FSP-YYYY, then it was not called to task if it was called to task at all... the lack of "statement of implementation" in a software package's documentation has always been its "out" when something has been different than what a FTN standard or proposal documented... this was when software documentation actually meant something and developers were quite proud to write that their software supported and implemented FTS-XXXX or FSP-YYYY...

    no statement of implementation == no fault or defect

    MvdV> Which makes sense because there is no FTS-1006. If you meant
    MvdV> FTA-1006,

    yes, that was a typo... 'A' and 'S' are right beside each other on US QWERTY keyboards...

    MvdV> that was written AFTER FTS-0009 was published, so of course it does
    MvdV> not apply to the "should" in FTS-0009.

    i call bullshit because the argument has been used the opposite way numerous times in the FTSC echo over the years i've been a member of the FTSC... you've done it yourself as have others...

    FTA-1006 was written during Odin Sorensen's time as the FTSC administrator (1997) along with numerous other similar documents to clarify a lot of things written in FTN documents... FTA-1006 has been applied to ALL FTSC documents since it was written... even those written before FTA-1006 came into being...

    one should also specifically note Section 6 of FTA-1006...


    6. Guidance in the use of these imperatives -------------------------------------------

    Imperatives of the type defined in this document must be used with
    care and sparingly. In particular, they MUST only be used where it
    is actually required for interoperation or to limit behavior which
    has potential for causing harm. For example, they must not be used
    to try to impose a particular method on implementors where the
    method is not required for interoperability.



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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to mark lewis on Sunday, June 07, 2020 15:45:36
    Hello mark,

    On Sunday June 07 2020 08:50, you wrote to Tommi Koivula:

    Soupgate has problems with your type of msgid. As you may see
    about this message.

    because soupgate has a design defect in it... it attempts to parse the msgid instead of simply using it as a message identification string...

    What is wrong with attempting to parse a string that is supposed to be a valid return address?

    sbbs msgids have been used in FTNs for roughly two decades...

    Time does not eradicate the wrong.

    soupgate's defect has long been known yet

    That statement conflicts with your previous statement:

    it seems to work perfectly fine in the years it has been being used...

    Calling it a design defect in soupgate is a strawman. Soupgate is OK with software that properly follows FTS-009. It is the design defect in Synchronet/SBBS that is the casue of the problem.


    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/1.11 to Wilfred van Velzen on Sunday, June 07, 2020 17:14:11
    On 07.06.2020 13:49, Wilfred van Velzen wrote:

    You try to post two messages with FTools in one second and show us
    the result. :)

    MvdV> I tried. I could not make Ftools post two messages in the same second.

    I can, and it generates unique MSGID's...

    +1 :)

    I tried to run "hpt post" or "txt2pkt" several times in a second, but I
    cannot. They always run at least 1 sec. Maybe a way to prevent msgid duplicates?

    Then I ran a batch file that started 4 simultaneous "hpt post" tasks,
    and every one had a same msgid! In normal operation this does not
    happen, the "lockfile" mechanism prevents it.

    'Tommi

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  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sunday, June 07, 2020 10:22:02
    Re: Test
    By: Michiel van der Vlist to mark lewis on Sun Jun 07 2020 15:45:36


    Soupgate has problems with your type of msgid. As you may see
    about this message.

    because soupgate has a design defect in it... it attempts to
    parse the msgid instead of simply using it as a message
    identification string...

    MvdV> What is wrong with attempting to parse a string that is supposed
    MvdV> to be a valid return address?

    because parsing the first part of the msgid is wrong... the first part should be used directly as is with no parsing or interpreting being done at all... this discussion has come up many times in the past and every time it was pointed out that parsing of the first part is wrong... when the parsing was removed, then everything generally worked as desired... this has generally been seen as a case of software trying to be too smart or clever...


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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to mark lewis on Sunday, June 07, 2020 16:36:17
    Hello mark,

    On Sunday June 07 2020 09:37, you wrote to me:

    MvdV>> That the software is broken is no excuse.

    sorry but the software is not broken in this case... in other cases,
    yeah possibly... you, yourself, have stated that all software has
    bugs... in this case, though, this is not a bug or a defect... it is specifically a design decision...

    A design decision that makes it violate FTS-0009 and therefore broken.

    read the above link if you haven't already...

    Madness is doing the same thing over and over again and expect a different result. (Albert Einstein)

    I have read it. Many years ago. Reading it again is not going to have a different result.

    ok... so you're saying that FTS-1009 does not state that FTA-1006 is
    [..[
    supported and implemented FTS-XXXX or FSP-YYYY...

    Bla bla bla bla...

    no statement of implementation == no fault or defect

    The author of the software has made his statement...

    MvdV>> that was written AFTER FTS-0009 was published, so of course it
    MvdV>> does not apply to the "should" in FTS-0009.

    i call bullshit

    Call it what you want. It does not impress me. Let alone change my position.

    FTA-1006 was written during Odin Sorensen's time as the FTSC
    administrator (1997)

    So AFTER FTS-0009 was published in 1991.

    one should also specifically note Section 6 of FTA-1006...

    No one should not. Applying a definition that was formulated in 1997 to a document written in 1991 is equivalent to GIGO.

    I say again: In the real world of science and technology ignoring "You should not touch the 10 kV" may get you a nomination for a Darwin Award...


    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to mark lewis on Sunday, June 07, 2020 17:21:42
    Hello mark,

    On Sunday June 07 2020 10:22, you wrote to me:

    MvdV>> What is wrong with attempting to parse a string that is
    MvdV>> supposed to be a valid return address?

    because parsing the first part of the msgid is wrong...

    So what you are saying is that "it is wrong because it is wrong"...

    I have heard that type of reasoning from vicars and priests...

    when the parsing was removed, then everything generally worked as desired...

    Life became a lot easier for me when I stopped listening to viccars and priests...


    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sunday, June 07, 2020 11:17:18
    Re: Test
    By: Michiel van der Vlist to mark lewis on Sun Jun 07 2020 16:36:17


    MvdV>>> That the software is broken is no excuse.

    sorry but the software is not broken in this case... in other cases,
    yeah possibly... you, yourself, have stated that all software has
    bugs... in this case, though, this is not a bug or a defect... it is
    specifically a design decision...

    MvdV> A design decision that makes it violate FTS-0009 and therefore broken.

    that's your opinion... we all know about opinions and how they relate to bowel sphincters ;)

    read the above link if you haven't already...

    MvdV> Madness is doing the same thing over and over again and expect a
    MvdV> different result. (Albert Einstein)

    then why are you still here arguing about it? are you expecting a different result from doing the same thing over and over again? helloooo???


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  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to tommi@rbb.bbs.fi on Sunday, June 07, 2020 17:36:59
    Hi tommi@rbb.bbs.fi,

    On 2020-06-07 17:14:11, Tommi Koivula wrote to me:

    You try to post two messages with FTools in one second and show us
    the result. :)

    MvdV> I tried. I could not make Ftools post two messages in the same
    second.

    I can, and it generates unique MSGID's...

    +1 :)

    I tried to run "hpt post" or "txt2pkt" several times in a second, but I cannot. They always run at least 1 sec. Maybe a way to prevent msgid duplicates?

    Could be.

    But there recently was a case reported where a hpt user notice the same pkt name being generated when hpt scan/toss was started twice in the same second. That can only happen when it runs shorter than 1 second. ;)

    Then I ran a batch file that started 4 simultaneous "hpt post" tasks,
    and every one had a same msgid! In normal operation this does not
    happen, the "lockfile" mechanism prevents it.

    So why didn't it prevent it in your batch file?

    Bye, Wilfred.

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  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/1.1 to Wilfred van Velzen on Sunday, June 07, 2020 19:42:46
    Hi Wilfred.

    I tried to run "hpt post" or "txt2pkt" several times in a second, but I
    cannot. They always run at least 1 sec. Maybe a way to prevent msgid
    duplicates?

    Could be.

    But there recently was a case reported where a hpt user notice the same pkt name being generated when
    hpt scan/toss was started twice in the same second. That can only happen when it runs shorter than 1
    second. ;)

    That one came to my mind too. But he was not using the locking, at least at that time.

    Then I ran a batch file that started 4 simultaneous "hpt post" tasks,
    and every one had a same msgid! In normal operation this does not
    happen, the "lockfile" mechanism prevents it.

    So why didn't it prevent it in your batch file?

    Because I turned the locking off. :)

    The "lockfile" prevents running more than one hpt. If hpt finds the lockfile, it waits for a predefined time to the lockfile to disappear.

    'Tommi

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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to mark lewis on Sunday, June 07, 2020 21:16:01
    Hello mark,

    On Sunday June 07 2020 11:17, you wrote to me:

    MvdV>> A design decision that makes it violate FTS-0009 and therefore
    MvdV>> broken.

    That is my conclusion based on the verifiable fact.

    that's your opinion...

    Nom it is not an /opinion/. That it is my opinion is just your opinion.

    we all know about opinions and how they relate to bowel sphincters ;)

    So you know it too...

    read the above link if you haven't already...

    MvdV>> Madness is doing the same thing over and over again and expect
    MvdV>> a different result. (Albert Einstein)

    then why are you still here arguing about it? are you expecting a different result from doing the same thing over and over again? helloooo???

    But I do get different results. So apparently I did something different now. I have made you drop your line of argumemt based on "it is OK that it is not a valid return address in te originating network, because Synchronet/sbbb does not purport to implement FTS-0009". You have changed your line of argument to "Synchronet/sbbs implements FTS-0009, but it is OK that it is not a valid return address, because it says 'should' ".
    You made a turn, I am making progress... ;-)

















    Now waiting for you to turn again anb argue that it IS a valid address after all..


    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Tommi Koivula on Sunday, June 07, 2020 21:25:35
    Hi Tommi,

    On 2020-06-07 19:42:46, you wrote to me:

    So why didn't it prevent it in your batch file?

    Because I turned the locking off. :)

    The "lockfile" prevents running more than one hpt. If hpt finds the lockfile, it waits for a predefined time to the lockfile to disappear.

    I know how it works. ;) FMail does it, but you can't turn it off...

    Bye, Wilfred.

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  • From Rob Swindell@1:103/705 to Tommi Koivula on Sunday, June 07, 2020 13:04:21
    Re: Re: Test
    By: Tommi Koivula to All on Sun Jun 07 2020 10:23 am

    I just read back through Tommi's posts here and did not find any observation
    of any problem with Synchronet/SBBSecho's FTN MSG-IDs. Are you sure about that?

    Go back to february 2016.

    In this echo? I don't carry message back that far in this echo.

    Soupgate has problems with your type of msgid. As you may see about this message.

    Ah, that's unfortunate. Someone should fix Soupgate. Anyone have the source code for that?

    digital man

    This Is Spinal Tap quote #12:
    Nigel Tufnel: Well, I don't know - wh-wh-... what're the hours?
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  • From Rob Swindell@1:103/705 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sunday, June 07, 2020 13:12:09
    Re: Test
    By: Michiel van der Vlist to Rob Swindell on Sun Jun 07 2020 11:04 am

    Hello Rob,

    On Saturday June 06 2020 12:30, you wrote to me:

    Your assertion is falsified by Tommi Koivula's observation that at
    least one software has problems with it.

    I just read back through Tommi's posts here and did not find any observation of any problem with Synchronet/SBBSecho's FTN MSG-IDs. Are you sure about that?

    Yes, I am sure.

    Purport is a verb: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/purport

    Synonym to "claim". And at least *I* (the author) claim that Synchronet/SBBSecho implements FTS-9.

    Noted.

    "Limited horizon" is a pleonasm. An horizon is always a limit. By
    definition.

    Speaking of "limited horizons", let's take a look at the MSG-ID of
    your posted message: 2:280/5555 5edb7807

    Huh... that "53db7808" looks suspiciously like a Unix time_t value:

    Yes, it looks like it. So?

    It's a known-to-be-broken method of MSG-ID serialno generation. So long as we're talking about MSG-IDs, I just thought I'd mention it.

    So what happens on *your* system when 2 users (if you have any) post a message in the same message area within the same wall-clock second?

    All my users are assigned a point number and post using that point number. No conflict.

    And none of those users could post more than one message within the same wall-clock second? On my system, that kind of thing happens all the time (e.g. when a users uploads an offline reader reply packet).

    As for messages posted from the same address in the same second: see FRL-1029.002 4.8.

    Your system doesn't appear to be using the method described in FRL-1029.002 4.8. I've read this document before. Its proposed solution (a single shared serial number database file) would inject a major bottle-neck into any mass mail transfer system.

    You, my friend, have a broken FTN MSG-ID generation algorithm there on *your* system.

    So prove it by showing two different messages originating from my system in the last three years that have the same MSGID.

    My system would throw-away the second message as a duplicate, so I would never know about it.

    digital man

    Synchronet/BBS Terminology Definition #66:
    SEXYZ = Synchronet External X/Y/ZMODEM file transfer protocol driver
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  • From Rob Swindell@1:103/705 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sunday, June 07, 2020 13:18:01
    Re: Test
    By: Michiel van der Vlist to mark lewis on Sun Jun 07 2020 11:40 am

    http://wiki.synchro.net/faq:misc#ftn_msgid

    It is YOU using the software. YOU are responsible for messages originating from your system. That the software is broken is no excuse.

    Virtually all software has bugs, Synchronet and SBBSecho are exception. However, the FTN MSG-ID is by-design (clearly) and definitely not a bug. I would argue that software that uses time_t-based MSG-ID seriano's (like yours) is broken. But I, personally, don't care about your software since I don't use it and if some of your posted messages are discarded as dupes, I don't think I'd notice or care too much. I still think you should fix your system though because perhaps you or your users do care.

    digital man

    Synchronet "Real Fact" #51:
    Rob Swindell was introduced to BBSing in 1982 by his older brother, Dr. Seuss. Norco, CA WX: 72.3F, 52.0% humidity, 10 mph E wind, 0.00 inches rain/24hrs
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  • From Rob Swindell@1:103/705 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sunday, June 07, 2020 13:31:41
    Re: Test
    By: Michiel van der Vlist to mark lewis on Sun Jun 07 2020 03:45 pm

    Hello mark,

    On Sunday June 07 2020 08:50, you wrote to Tommi Koivula:

    Soupgate has problems with your type of msgid. As you may see
    about this message.

    because soupgate has a design defect in it... it attempts to parse the msgid instead of simply using it as a message identification string...

    What is wrong with attempting to parse a string that is supposed to be a valid return address?

    It assumes that the software can understand the format of all network addresses. Messages that are gated to FTN from other network types could (and do) have very foreign appearing address formats that do not resemble any kind of FTN address. In fact, FTS-9 even eludes to such foreign address formats by codifying how a "double-quote character within a ... address" is to be represented. Trying to parse/use the address from a message-ID is just a bad idea. If you need an address of the originator, there's other/better ways to get it.

    it seems to work perfectly fine in the years it has been being used...

    Calling it a design defect in soupgate is a strawman. Soupgate is OK with software that properly follows FTS-009. It is the design defect in Synchronet/SBBS that is the casue of the problem.

    You're wrong.

    digital man

    Sling Blade quote #21:
    Karl: Coffee makes me nervous when I drink it. Mmm.
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  • From Rob Swindell@1:103/705 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sunday, June 07, 2020 13:35:04
    Re: Test
    By: Michiel van der Vlist to mark lewis on Sun Jun 07 2020 04:36 pm

    read the above link if you haven't already...

    Madness is doing the same thing over and over again and expect a different result. (Albert Einstein)

    I have read it. Many years ago. Reading it again is not going to have a different result.

    I wrote that FAQ in 2018. Perhaps you're thinking of something else.

    digital man

    Synchronet/BBS Terminology Definition #42:
    IMAP = Internet Message Access Protocol
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  • From Rob Swindell@1:103/705 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sunday, June 07, 2020 13:44:08
    Re: Test
    By: Rob Swindell to Michiel van der Vlist on Sun Jun 07 2020 01:18 pm

    Virtually all software has bugs, Synchronet and SBBSecho are exception.

    Ha! I meant to say "... are no exception". :-)

    digital man

    This Is Spinal Tap quote #22:
    David St. Hubbins: Here lies David St. Hubbins... and why not?
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  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sunday, June 07, 2020 20:26:23
    Re: Test
    By: Michiel van der Vlist to mark lewis on Sun Jun 07 2020 21:16:01


    MvdV> That is my conclusion based on the verifiable fact.

    wrong... your conclusion is flawed...

    then why are you still here arguing about it? are you expecting a different result from doing the same thing over and over again? helloooo???

    MvdV> But I do get different results.

    no you don't...

    MvdV> So apparently I did something different now. I have made you drop

    you haven't made me do anything... i decided it wasn't worth debating/arguing this with you any more... you have a limited horizon and you do not know how other software used in FTNs works... your conclusions are flawed *because* you have a limited horizon and a huge lack of data because of that...

    good night, karen...


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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Rob Swindell on Monday, June 08, 2020 10:38:10
    Hello Rob,

    On Sunday June 07 2020 13:12, you wrote to me:

    Huh... that "53db7808" looks suspiciously like a Unix time_t value:

    Yes, it looks like it. So?

    Things are not always what they look like.

    It's a known-to-be-broken method of MSG-ID serialno generation.

    I am aware that using the unix time stamp as the only way of generating sequence numbers is not a good idea. See FRL-1029.

    All my users are assigned a point number and post using that point
    number. No conflict.

    And none of those users could post more than one message within the
    same wall-clock second?

    Irrelevant. I see to it that my users use up to date software tha generates unique serial numbers.

    On my system, that kind of thing happens all the time (e.g. when a
    users uploads an offline reader reply packet).

    A basic problem with off-line readers. I don't have that problem because I do not use that system. The message id's from my users are generated on their system by their point software. It does not matter in what time frame they arrive here.

    As for messages posted from the same address in the same second:
    see FRL-1029.002 4.8.

    Your system doesn't appear to be using the method described in FRL-1029.002 4.8.

    Tings are not always what they appear.

    I've read this document before. Its proposed solution (a single shared serial number database file) would inject a major bottle-neck into any mass mail transfer system.

    "mass mail transfer system"?? When the nodelist has shrunk to a few percent of what it ever was, users have moved to the greener pastures of the InterNet and available processing power is a 1000 times it was when TJ wrote Fido the mailer, you say Fidonet is still a mass mail transfer system where that would be a bottleneck?. Oh get real...

    So prove it by showing two different messages originating from my
    system in the last three years that have the same MSGID.

    My system would throw-away the second message as a duplicate, so I
    would never know about it.

    So you make assumption on the basis of what appears, draws conclusions from it, but when push comes to shove are unable to prove it...


    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Rob Swindell on Monday, June 08, 2020 11:11:59
    Hello Rob,

    On Sunday June 07 2020 13:31, you wrote to me:

    Calling it a design defect in soupgate is a strawman. Soupgate is
    OK with software that properly follows FTS-009. It is the design
    defect in Synchronet/SBBS that is the casue of the problem.

    You're wrong.

    Your opinion is noted.


    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Rob Swindell on Monday, June 08, 2020 11:13:10
    Hello Rob,

    On Sunday June 07 2020 13:44, you wrote to me:

    Virtually all software has bugs, Synchronet and SBBSecho are
    exception.

    Ha! I meant to say "... are no exception". :-)

    I understood that...


    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to mark lewis on Monday, June 08, 2020 11:45:06
    Hello mark,

    On Sunday June 07 2020 20:26, you wrote to me:

    MvdV>> That is my conclusion based on the verifiable fact.

    wrong... your conclusion is flawed...

    Your opinion is noted...

    then why are you still here arguing about it? are you expecting
    a different result from doing the same thing over and over
    again? helloooo???

    MvdV>> But I do get different results.

    no you don't...

    Denial is not a river in Egypt.

    MvdV>> So apparently I did something different now. I have made you
    MvdV>> drop

    you haven't made me do anything...

    You dropped the line of arguing containing the word "purport". You acknowleged it with "I stand corrected". Denial is not a river in Egypt.

    i decided it wasn't worth debating/arguing this with you any more...

    Roy? Are you there?

    you have a limited horizon

    Everyone has a limited horizon. Some are aware of it, others are not.

    good night, karen...

    Good night to you too Roy.


    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/0.1 to Rob Swindell on Monday, June 08, 2020 17:14:18
    Hi Rob.

    07 Jun 20 13:04:20, you wrote to me:

    I just read back through Tommi's posts here and did not find any
    observation
    of any problem with Synchronet/SBBSecho's FTN MSG-IDs. Are you sure
    about that?

    Go back to february 2016.

    In this echo?

    In this echo.

    I don't carry message back that far in this echo.

    Ah, that's unfortunate.

    Soupgate has problems with your type of msgid. As you may see about this
    message.

    Ah, that's unfortunate. Someone should fix Soupgate. Anyone have the source code for that?

    There it is: http://software.tomsweb.net/soupgate.html

    Please do fix. ;)

    'Tommi

    ---
    * Origin: Point One, Somewhere (2:221/0.1)
  • From Rob Swindell@1:103/705 to Michiel van der Vlist on Monday, June 08, 2020 20:18:44
    Re: Test
    By: Michiel van der Vlist to Rob Swindell on Mon Jun 08 2020 10:38 am

    Hello Rob,

    On Sunday June 07 2020 13:12, you wrote to me:

    Huh... that "53db7808" looks suspiciously like a Unix time_t value:

    Yes, it looks like it. So?

    Things are not always what they look like.

    It's a known-to-be-broken method of MSG-ID serialno generation.

    I am aware that using the unix time stamp as the only way of generating sequence numbers is not a good idea. See FRL-1029.

    Huh. You seem to be very proud of that document. I see nothing in there about using Unix time stamps for MSG-ID serialno's (what you're now apparently called "sequence numbers"). Whatever.

    All my users are assigned a point number and post using that point
    number. No conflict.

    And none of those users could post more than one message within the same wall-clock second?

    Irrelevant. I see to it that my users use up to date software tha generates unique serial numbers.

    On my system, that kind of thing happens all the time (e.g. when a users uploads an offline reader reply packet).

    A basic problem with off-line readers. I don't have that problem because I do not use that system. The message id's from my users are generated on their system by their point software. It does not matter in what time frame they arrive here.

    As for messages posted from the same address in the same second:
    see FRL-1029.002 4.8.

    Your system doesn't appear to be using the method described in FRL-1029.002 4.8.

    Tings are not always what they appear.

    Okay, cool then.

    digital man

    Synchronet/BBS Terminology Definition #51:
    NNTP = Network News Transfer Protocol
    Norco, CA WX: 78.5F, 9.0% humidity, 6 mph ESE wind, 0.00 inches rain/24hrs
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: Vertrauen - [vert/cvs/bbs].synchro.net (1:103/705)
  • From Rob Swindell@1:103/705 to Tommi Koivula on Monday, June 08, 2020 20:44:32
    Re: Test
    By: Tommi Koivula to Rob Swindell on Mon Jun 08 2020 05:14 pm

    Hi Rob.

    07 Jun 20 13:04:20, you wrote to me:

    I just read back through Tommi's posts here and did not find any
    observation
    of any problem with Synchronet/SBBSecho's FTN MSG-IDs. Are you sure >> RS> about that?

    Go back to february 2016.

    In this echo?

    In this echo.

    I don't carry message back that far in this echo.

    Ah, that's unfortunate.

    Soupgate has problems with your type of msgid. As you may see about this >> message.

    Ah, that's unfortunate. Someone should fix Soupgate. Anyone have the source code for that?

    There it is: http://software.tomsweb.net/soupgate.html

    Please do fix. ;)

    Here, give this a try:
    ftp://vert.synchro.net/main/bbs/soupgate.exe (Win32 executable built with MSVC2019)

    Unfortunately, it's use of the MSGID for the source address of the message is just wrong. He should be using the address from the Origin line instead (but doesn't). Oh well, this is a quick and dirty fix. The real fix would be to use the Origin line.

    digital man

    Sling Blade quote #1:
    Karl: I've killed Doyle with a lawn mower blade. Yes, I'm right sure of it. Norco, CA WX: 77.7F, 10.0% humidity, 0 mph SSE wind, 0.00 inches rain/24hrs --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: Vertrauen - [vert/cvs/bbs].synchro.net (1:103/705)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Rob Swindell on Tuesday, June 09, 2020 09:14:16
    Hello Rob,

    On Monday June 08 2020 20:18, you wrote to me:

    I am aware that using the unix time stamp as the only way of
    generating sequence numbers is not a good idea. See FRL-1029.

    Huh. You seem to be very proud of that document. I see nothing in
    there about using Unix time stamps for MSG-ID serialno's

    4.8 A note on "increasing by at least one".

    Simply starting at zero and increasing the serial number by
    one for each number issued would be perfectly valid and
    satisfy FTS-0009. That is, provided all applications running
    on a given system were to use this method, use the same serial
    number file and the serial number file is never lost.

    In practise these ideal condition may not be met so using a
    more sophisticated method of increasing the serial number than
    just increasing it by one may be preferred. Using the system
    clock to prime the number generator in case the serial number
    file is absent and to use the larger value of the system clock
    and the last number incremented by one for the next number may
    give reasonable insurance against the loss of the serial
    number file.


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/360 to Rob Swindell on Tuesday, June 09, 2020 13:22:50
    There it is: http://software.tomsweb.net/soupgate.html

    Please do fix. ;)

    Here, give this a try:
    ftp://vert.synchro.net/main/bbs/soupgate.exe (Win32 executable built
    with MSVC2019)

    I run it in OS/2, and I can compile it in OS/2. Could you provide a diff?

    Unfortunately, it's use of the MSGID for the source address of the
    message is just wrong. He should be using the address from the Origin
    line instead (but doesn't). Oh well, this is a quick and dirty fix. The
    real fix would be to use the Origin line.

    Yep. :(

    'Tommi

    ---
    * Origin: rbb.fidonet.fi - Lake Ylo - Finland (2:221/360.0)
  • From Rob Swindell@1:103/705 to Tommi Koivula on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 21:48:12
    Re: Re: Test
    By: Tommi Koivula to Rob Swindell on Tue Jun 09 2020 01:22 pm


    There it is: http://software.tomsweb.net/soupgate.html

    Please do fix. ;)

    Here, give this a try:
    ftp://vert.synchro.net/main/bbs/soupgate.exe (Win32 executable built
    with MSVC2019)

    I run it in OS/2, and I can compile it in OS/2. Could you provide a diff?

    Sure, here you go:

    $diff org/export.c sgsource/export.c
    210a211
    char* at;
    219c220,221
    < if (strchr(cp,'@')!=NULL
    -+-
    at = strchr(cp,'@');
    if (at!=NULL
    221a224,227
    else if(at != NULL)
    sscanf(at + 1,"%hu:%hu/%hu.%hu",
    &msgidaddr.zone,&msgidaddr.net,
    &msgidaddr.node,&msgidaddr.point);


    digital man

    Synchronet "Real Fact" #76:
    Michael Swindell still has the "Synchronet Blimp" in his possession.
    Norco, CA WX: 80.3F, 23.0% humidity, 4 mph E wind, 0.00 inches rain/24hrs
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: Vertrauen - [vert/cvs/bbs].synchro.net (1:103/705)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/1.11 to Rob Swindell on Friday, June 12, 2020 08:22:42
    On 10.06.2020 21:48, Rob Swindell wrote:

    I run it in OS/2, and I can compile it in OS/2. Could you provide a diff?

    Sure, here you go:

    $diff org/export.c sgsource/export.c
    210a211
    char* at;
    219c220,221
    < if (strchr(cp,'@')!=NULL
    -+-
    at = strchr(cp,'@');
    if (at!=NULL
    221a224,227
    else if(at != NULL)
    sscanf(at + 1,"%hu:%hu/%hu.%hu",
    &msgidaddr.zone,&msgidaddr.net,
    &msgidaddr.node,&msgidaddr.point);



    Thanks. I applied the patch. Let's see how it goes. :)

    'Tommi

    ---
    * Origin: rbb soupgate, the fidonet nntp junction (2:221/1.11)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Tommi Koivula on Friday, June 12, 2020 13:04:36
    Hi Tommi!

    12 Jun 2020 08:22, from Tommi Koivula -> Rob Swindell:

    On 10.06.2020 21:48, Rob Swindell wrote:

    I run it in OS/2, and I can compile it in OS/2. Could you provide
    a diff?
    Sure, here you go:
    Thanks. I applied the patch. Let's see how it goes. :)

    Can you compile it correctly?

    I tried under Linux 64 Bit, and I could not get it to work.
    Maybe I should take another look again ...
    Holding my fingers crossed that it works as expected!

    Ron thank you also from me!

    CU, Ricsi

    ... It's hard to make a comeback when you haven't been anywhere!
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: It's too bad ignorance isn't painful... (2:310/31)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/1.11 to All on Friday, June 12, 2020 15:38:34
    On Fri, 12 Jun 2020 13:04:36 +0300 Richard Menedetter wrote:

    I run it in OS/2, and I can compile it in OS/2. Could you provide
    a diff?
    Sure, here you go:
    Thanks. I applied the patch. Let's see how it goes. :)

    Can you compile it correctly?

    As I said: "I run it in OS/2, and I can compile it in OS/2." :)

    I tried under Linux 64 Bit, and I could not get it to work.

    I tried once in Linux, no luck.

    Maybe I should take another look again ...

    Please do!

    Holding my fingers crossed that it works as expected!

    You think it helps? :D

    'Tommi

    ---
    * Origin: rbb soupgate, the fidonet nntp junction (2:221/1.11)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Tommi Koivula on Friday, June 12, 2020 14:56:06
    Hi Tommi!

    12 Jun 2020 15:38, from Tommi Koivula -> All:

    Can you compile it correctly?
    As I said: "I run it in OS/2, and I can compile it in OS/2." :)

    That is already something ;)

    I tried under Linux 64 Bit, and I could not get it to work.
    I tried once in Linux, no luck.

    Same here ...

    Maybe I should take another look again ...
    Please do!

    Problem is I suck at programming ...
    But I will try when I have some time.

    Holding my fingers crossed that it works as expected!
    You think it helps? :D

    Maybe?? ;))

    CU, Ricsi

    ... You can't build a reputation on what you are going to do.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: DOS: Tells a computer what to do with itself! (2:310/31)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Jason Bock on Tuesday, June 16, 2020 14:57:16
    Hi Jason!

    16 Jun 2020 00:35, from Jason Bock -> All:

    @MSGID: 1:267/311 00014dbf
    Testing

    SEEN-BY: 14/5 15/0 19/36 103/705 106/201 116/18 120/302 331 123/140 153/757
    SEEN-BY: 153/7715 154/10 203/0 218/700 221/0 222/2 229/101 230/150 152 SEEN-BY: 240/1120 5832 250/1 261/38 100 1466 266/512 267/155 275/100 SEEN-BY: 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 288/100 291/100 111
    292/8125
    SEEN-BY: 310/31 320/119 219 340/400 341/66 396/45 423/120 633/267
    640/1321
    SEEN-BY: 640/1384 712/620 848 770/1 801/161 189 2320/105 2452/250
    3634/12
    SEEN-BY: 5020/1042
    @PATH: 267/310 266/512 261/38 712/848 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... I took up exercising so that I could hear heavy breathing again.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Race car spelled backwards is race car. (2:310/31)
  • From Jason Bock@1:267/311 to All on Tuesday, June 16, 2020 00:35:00
    Testing

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.3/100
    * Origin: SiliconUnderground - siliconu.com - Rochester, NY (1:267/311)
  • From Sean Rima@2:263/1 to Jason Bock on Tuesday, June 16, 2020 14:50:48
    Hello Jason!

    16 Jun 20 00:35, you wrote to all:

    @MSGID: 1:267/311 00014dbf
    Testing

    @PATH: 267/310 266/512 261/38 222/2

    Ireland ok

    Sean


    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: A Destination in the Sun (2:263/1@FidoNet)
  • From Joe Schweier@1:342/200 to Jason Bock on Tuesday, June 16, 2020 09:01:18
    Testing

    got it...

    ---
    * Origin: Joe's Mail System 1:342/200 -=joesbbs.com=- (1:342/200)
  • From Ward Dossche@2:292/854 to All on Thursday, June 18, 2020 17:25:31
    Duh ?

    --- DB4 - May 18 2020
    * Origin: Black Olives Matter (2:292/854)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Ward Dossche on Thursday, June 18, 2020 12:22:47
    Re: Test
    By: Ward Dossche to All on Thu Jun 18 2020 17:25:31


    Duh ?

    Sender Ward Dossche
    To All
    Subject Test
    X-FTN-AREA FIDOTEST
    X-FTN-MSGID 2:292/854 141f314c
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 1/123 18/200 19/10 90/1 103/705 120/340 601 123/131 154/10 203/0
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 221/0 1 6 360 226/16 30 227/114 229/101 200 424 426 452 664 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 229/1014 240/1120 5832 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 288/100 292/854 8125 310/31 317/3 320/119 219 322/757 342/200 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 396/45 423/81 120 640/1138 1321 1384 712/848 770/1 801/188 X-FTN-SEEN-BY 2452/250 3634/12
    X-FTN-PATH 292/854 229/426 101 280/464 221/1 640/1384


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to mark lewis on Thursday, June 18, 2020 19:03:05
    Hi mark,

    On 2020-06-18 12:22:47, you wrote to Ward Dossche:

    X-FTN-PATH 292/854 229/426 101 280/464 221/1 640/1384

    It hops around the world before it gets to you! ;)

    @PATH: 3634/12 640/1384 221/1 280/464

    The route back here is the same...

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From sysop@1:135/379 to All on Sunday, June 21, 2020 13:26:08
    Just testing the BBS Message base

    Donnie

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Pro Audio Tech BBS (1:135/379)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to sysop on Sunday, June 21, 2020 20:48:06
    Hi sysop!

    21 Jun 2020 13:26, from sysop -> All:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A45
    @MSGID: 1:135/379 4919c89b
    @TZUTC: -0400
    Just testing the BBS Message base

    Donnie

    SEEN-BY: 1/120 14/6 18/0 103/705 116/116 123/0 25 50 115 150 160 170 SEEN-BY: 123/755 129/215 135/300 366 371 379 382 384 385 153/7715
    154/10
    SEEN-BY: 154/30 40 50 700 203/0 221/0 6 227/201 229/101 310 240/5832 SEEN-BY: 261/38 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 292/8125 310/31 396/45
    423/120
    SEEN-BY: 640/1384 712/848 770/1 2452/250 3634/0 12 15 24 27 50 119
    @PATH: 135/379 300 3634/12 154/10 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Wait until it is night before saying it has been a fine day.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Thief? ... I found it on the ground! (2:310/31)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664.1 to All on Sunday, June 21, 2020 16:19:44
    Testing from Telegard point system.

    Jay

    ... All true wisdom is found on T-shirts. --And in taglines.

    --- Telegard v3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    * Origin: Northern Realms/TG (1:229/664.1)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Jay Harris on Sunday, June 21, 2020 23:44:10
    Hi Jay!

    21 Jun 2020 16:19, from Jay Harris -> All:

    @NOTE: IceEdit 2.35 a00000
    @MSGID: 1:229/664.1 846798cb
    @PID: Telegard 3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    @TID: FastEcho 1.46.1 7786646
    Testing from Telegard point system.

    Jay

    ... All true wisdom is found on T-shirts. --And in taglines.

    SEEN-BY: 1/123 18/200 90/1 103/705 120/340 601 123/131 154/10 203/0
    221/0
    SEEN-BY: 226/16 30 227/114 229/101 200 424 426 452 664 1014 240/5832 SEEN-BY: 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 292/854 8125 SEEN-BY: 310/31 317/3 322/757 342/200 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1 2452/250
    @PATH: 229/664 426 101 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Follow your dream! Unless it's the one where you're at work naked.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Anything that can go wrong will! (2:310/31)
  • From Joe Schweier@1:342/200 to sysop on Sunday, June 21, 2020 15:43:08
    Just testing the BBS Message base

    Donnie


    got it

    Joe

    ---
    * Origin: Joe's Mail System 1:342/200 -=joesbbs.com=- (1:342/200)
  • From Joe Schweier@1:342/200 to Jay Harris on Sunday, June 21, 2020 15:43:48
    Testing from Telegard point system.

    Jay

    got it...

    ---
    * Origin: Joe's Mail System 1:342/200 -=joesbbs.com=- (1:342/200)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to sysop on Sunday, June 21, 2020 16:42:00
    Hello sysop,

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A45
    @MSGID: 1:135/379 4919c89b
    @TZUTC: -0400
    Just testing the BBS Message base

    Donnie

    SEEN-BY: 1/120 14/6 18/0 116/116 123/0 25 50 115 150 160 170 755
    129/215
    SEEN-BY: 135/300 366 371 379 382 384 385 153/757 7715 154/10 30 40 50
    700
    SEEN-BY: 203/0 221/6 227/201 229/310 261/38 280/464 640/1384 3634/0 12
    15 24
    SEEN-BY: 3634/27 50 119
    @PATH: 135/379 300 3634/12 154/10 221/6

    Looks OK to me.

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Jay Harris on Sunday, June 21, 2020 16:42:38
    Hello Jay,

    @NOTE: IceEdit 2.35 a00000
    @MSGID: 1:229/664.1 846798cb
    @PID: Telegard 3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    @TID: FastEcho 1.46.1 7786646
    Testing from Telegard point system.

    Jay

    ... All true wisdom is found on T-shirts. --And in taglines.

    SEEN-BY: 1/123 18/200 90/1 103/705 120/340 601 123/131 153/757 154/10 203/0
    SEEN-BY: 221/0 6 226/16 30 227/114 229/101 200 424 426 452 664 1014 240/5832
    SEEN-BY: 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 2000 5003 5555 288/100 292/854
    8125
    SEEN-BY: 310/31 317/3 322/757 335/364 342/200 396/45 423/120 712/848
    770/1
    SEEN-BY: 2452/250 4500/1 5020/1042 5075/35
    @PATH: 229/664 426 101 280/464 5555 221/6

    That's a blast from the past. :)

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664.1 to All on Sunday, June 21, 2020 16:17:24
    Testing from Telegard point system.

    Jay

    ... Anything good is either illegal, immoral or fattening.

    --- Telegard v3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    * Origin: Northern Realms/TG (1:229/664.1)
  • From Charles Pierson@2:240/1120.976 to Jay Harris on Sunday, June 21, 2020 20:07:55
    Hello, Jay Harris.
    On 6/21/20 4:17 PM you wrote:

    Testing from Telegard point system. Jay ... Anything good is
    either illegal, immoral or fattening. --- Telegard v3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    * Origin: Northern Realms/TG (1:229/664.1)
    Roger dodger
    --
    Best regards!
    Posted using Hotdoged on Android
    --- Hotdoged/2.13.5/Android
    * Origin: The Oasis, Houston, Texas, USA (2:240/1120.976)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Jay Harris on Monday, June 22, 2020 08:04:28
    Hi Jay!

    21 Jun 2020 16:17, from Jay Harris -> All:

    @NOTE: IceEdit 2.35 a00000
    @MSGID: 1:229/664.1 8467986b
    @PID: Telegard 3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    @TID: FastEcho 1.46.1 7786646
    Testing from Telegard point system.

    Jay

    ... Anything good is either illegal, immoral or fattening.

    SEEN-BY: 1/123 18/200 90/1 103/705 120/340 601 123/131 154/10 203/0
    221/0
    SEEN-BY: 226/16 30 227/114 229/101 200 424 426 452 664 1014 240/5832 SEEN-BY: 249/206 307 317 400 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 292/854 8125 SEEN-BY: 310/31 317/3 322/757 342/200 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/1 2452/250
    @PATH: 229/664 426 101 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Explain counter-clockwise to someone with a digital watch.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: The facts keep interfering with my theories. (2:310/31)
  • From Sean Rima@2:263/1 to Ward Dossche on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 00:15:18
    Hello Ward!

    18 Jun 20 17:25, you wrote to all:

    Duh ?

    Doh

    Sean


    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: A Destination in the Sun (2:263/1)
  • From Sean Rima@2:263/1 to sysop on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 00:17:46
    Hello sysop!

    21 Jun 20 13:26, you wrote to all:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A45
    @MSGID: 1:135/379 4919c89b
    @TZUTC: -0400
    Just testing the BBS Message base

    Donnie

    @PATH: 135/379 300 3634/12 261/38 222/2

    Sean


    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: A Destination in the Sun (2:263/1)
  • From Sean Rima@2:263/1 to Jay Harris on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 00:18:00
    Hello Jay!

    21 Jun 20 16:19, you wrote to all:

    @NOTE: IceEdit 2.35 a00000
    @MSGID: 1:229/664.1 846798cb
    @PID: Telegard 3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    @TID: FastEcho 1.46.1 7786646
    Testing from Telegard point system.

    Jay

    ... All true wisdom is found on T-shirts. --And in taglines.

    @PATH: 229/664 426 101 280/464 5555 221/6 5020/1042 261/38 222/2

    Sean


    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: A Destination in the Sun (2:263/1)
  • From Sean Rima@2:263/1 to Jay Harris on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 00:18:12
    Hello Jay!

    21 Jun 20 16:17, you wrote to all:

    @NOTE: IceEdit 2.35 a00000
    @MSGID: 1:229/664.1 8467986b
    @PID: Telegard 3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    @TID: FastEcho 1.46.1 7786646
    Testing from Telegard point system.

    Jay

    ... Anything good is either illegal, immoral or fattening.

    @PATH: 229/664 426 101 280/464 5555 221/6 5020/1042 261/38 222/2

    Sean


    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: A Destination in the Sun (2:263/1)
  • From Mike Powell@1:2320/195 to All on Monday, July 06, 2020 15:15:00
    Testing after setup change.

    Mike


    * SLMR 2.1a * Psychoceramics: The study of crackpots.
    * GT 20.00 * Capitol City Online * 502/875-8938 * KY, USA * v34



    --- GTMail 1.26
    * Origin: moe's tavern * 1-502-875-8938 * moetiki.ddns.net:27 (1:2320/195.0)
  • From Mike Powell@1:2320/195 to All on Monday, July 06, 2020 15:15:00
    Testing after setup change.

    Mike


    * SLMR 2.1a * Psychoceramics: The study of crackpots.



    --- GTMail 1.26
    * Origin: moe's tavern * 1-502-875-8938 * moetiki.ddns.net:27 (1:2320/195.0)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757.3 to Mike Powell on Monday, July 06, 2020 22:31:12
    Mike Powell wrote to All:

    ^aMSGID: 1:2320/195.0 8c0a2481
    Testing after setup change.

    Mike


    * SLMR 2.1a * Psychoceramics: The study of crackpots.
    * GT 20.00 * Capitol City Online * 502/875-8938 * KY, USA * v34

    I got two copies of this message. One with the * GT 20.00 line and the other with only the SLMR 2.1a line.

    Look OK aside from that.

    --- GTMail 1.26
    * Origin: moe's tavern * 1-502-875-8938 * moetiki.ddns.net:27 (1:2320/195.0)

    SEEN-BY: 15/0 19/36 102/127 104/57 106/201 116/18 120/302 331 123/140
    153/1
    05
    SEEN-BY: 153/135 141 757 802 6809 7715 218/700 222/2 230/150 152 240/1120 SEEN-BY: 250/1 261/38 100 1466 266/512 267/67 155 275/100 282/1031 1056
    106
    0
    SEEN-BY: 291/100 111 320/119 219 340/400 341/66 342/17 396/45 640/1321
    712/
    848
    SEEN-BY: 801/161 189 2320/0 105 107 195 304 3634/12 5020/1042
    ^aPATH: 2320/195 105 261/38 153/757

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    ... My computer has EMS... Won't you help?

    --- MBSE BBS v1.0.7.17 (GNU/Linux-x86_64)
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757.3)
  • From Mike Powell@1:2320/195 to Alan Ianson on Tuesday, July 07, 2020 16:05:00
    | I got two copies of this message. One with the * GT 20.00 line and the other | with only the SLMR 2.1a line.
    |
    | Look OK aside from that.
    +-[AI=>MP]

    Thanks, that was one of those accidentally on purpose things. I was also testing the internal and external, third-party QWK doors. Both worked. :)

    Mike

    ##Mmr 2.61(beta). !link AI 07-06-20 22:31


    --- GTMail 1.26
    * Origin: moe's tavern * 1-502-875-8938 * moetiki.ddns.net:27 (1:2320/195.0)
  • From Björn Wiberg@2:201/137 to All on Sunday, July 12, 2020 12:35:28
    Hello everyone!

    Testing a message from my BBS, recently re-connected to FidoNet after a
    hiatus since 1997, albeit now on a different platform and with different software.

    (I used to be 2:206/120.6 and later 2:206/137; now 2:201/137.)

    Best regards
    Bjrn

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/06/11 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: Star Collision BBS, Uppsala, Sweden (2:201/137)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757.3 to Bjrn Wiberg on Sunday, July 12, 2020 03:57:13
    Bjrn Wiberg wrote to All:

    ^aTID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A46
    ^aMSGID: 2:201/137 544774fd
    ^aTZUTC: 0200
    Hello everyone!

    Testing a message from my BBS, recently re-connected to FidoNet after a hiatus since 1997, albeit now on a different platform and with different software.

    Welcome back.. :)

    (I used to be 2:206/120.6 and later 2:206/137; now 2:201/137.)

    Best regards
    Björn

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/06/11 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: Star Collision BBS, Uppsala, Sweden (2:201/137)

    SEEN-BY: 102/127 103/705 153/105 135 141 757 802 6809 154/10 201/0 121 137
    420
    SEEN-BY: 203/0 124 221/0 1 6 360 229/101 230/0 240/1120 5832 261/38 267/67 SEEN-BY: 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 292/8125 310/31 320/219 335/364 342/17 SEEN-BY: 396/45 423/81 120 712/848 770/1 2452/250 4500/1 5020/1042
    ^aPATH: 201/137 0 203/0 280/464 221/1 6 153/757

    That's what I see here..

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

    ... Synonym: A word you use when you can't spell the other.

    --- MBSE BBS v1.0.7.17 (GNU/Linux-x86_64)
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757.3)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to BjÔrn Wiberg on Sunday, July 12, 2020 13:22:18
    Hello BjÔrn,

    On Sunday July 12 2020 12:35, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 2:201/137 544774fd
    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A46
    @TZUTC: 0200

    No CHRS kludge..,

    BjÔrn
    ^
    Without a CHRS kludge to indicate what encoding is used, one can not expect non-ASCII characters to be displayed correctly...

    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Nicholas Boel@1:154/10 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sunday, July 12, 2020 07:54:32
    Hello Michiel,

    On Sun Jul 12 2020 13:22:18, Michiel van der Vlist wrote to BjÔrn Wiberg:

    Hello BjÔrn,

    On Sunday July 12 2020 12:35, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 2:201/137 544774fd
    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A46
    @TZUTC: 0200

    No CHRS kludge..,

    BjÔrn
    ^
    Without a CHRS kludge to indicate what encoding is used, one can not expect non-ASCII characters to be displayed correctly...

    While one can not expect it, you can definitely assume it. Almost 100% of the time when a CHRS kludge is not used the original sender is using a BBS software that doesn't support the CHRS kludge. Mystic may be one that can be fixed, but there are a lot of other programs being used today that aren't supported by a developer any more and you won't be able to convince the user of said software to change.

    xlatimport cp437

    Should fix this for you. This way you can spend more time with grandkids, or taking walks, or fishing, or whatever you enjoy doing outside of Fidonet, rather than contstantly nit-picking miniscule things in a dying hobby.

    And since I imported it as cp437, I should have now converted it to UTF-8, just for you. ;)

    Regards,
    Nick

    ... "Take my advice, I don't use it anyway."
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20181215
    * Origin: thePharcyde_ distribution system (Wisconsin) (1:154/10)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/1.160 to Nicholas Boel on Sunday, July 12, 2020 18:20:30
    On 12.07.2020 7:54, Nicholas Boel wrote to Michiel van der Vlist:

    rather than contstantly nit-picking miniscule things in a dying hobby.

    Too bad this 'fidotest' echo is the most interesting thing in fidonet...

    Regards,
    Nick

    ... "Take my advice, I don't use it anyway."


    'Tommi

    ---
    * Origin: rpi sglnx (2:221/1.160)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to Tommi Koivula on Monday, July 13, 2020 10:43:31
    On 12.07.2020 7:54, Nicholas Boel wrote to Michiel van der Vlist:

    rather than contstantly nit-picking miniscule things in a dying hob

    Too bad this 'fidotest' echo is the most interesting thing in
    fidonet...

    And the most active, sadly. However, I would have to agree with Nicholas on his point.


    --- InterEcho 1.20
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/2 * os2bbs.us:9245 * Southaven MS (1:261/20)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/360 to Robert Wolfe on Sunday, July 12, 2020 20:35:06
    On 13.7.2020 10:43, Robert Wolfe wrote:

    On 12.07.2020 7:54, Nicholas Boel wrote to Michiel van der Vlist:

    rather than contstantly nit-picking miniscule things in a dying hob

    Too bad this 'fidotest' echo is the most interesting thing in
    fidonet...

    And the most active, sadly. However, I would have to agree with Nicholas on his point.

    ... writing from future, without tzutc kludge. :)

    --- InterEcho 1.20
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/2 * os2bbs.us:9245 * Southaven MS (1:261/20)


    'Tommi

    --- Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:68.0) Gecko/20100101 Thunderbird/68.10.0
    * Origin: nntp://rbb.fidonet.fi - Lake Ylo - Finland (2:221/360.0)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to Tommi Koivula on Monday, July 13, 2020 13:58:23
    On 13.7.2020 10:43, Robert Wolfe wrote:

    On 12.07.2020 7:54, Nicholas Boel wrote to Michiel van der Vlist

    rather than contstantly nit-picking miniscule things in a dyin

    Too bad this 'fidotest' echo is the most interesting thing in fidonet...

    And the most active, sadly. However, I would have to agree with Ni
    his point.

    ... writing from future, without tzutc kludge. :)

    Odd, though. My AcraOS time and date are correct. Not sure why the echomail tosser is having issues. Oh well, at least it works :)

    Trying to get in touch with Dale Barnes anyway about another issues with Intermail, and for some reason his majik.net email keeps bouncing now.


    --- InterEcho 1.20
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/2 * os2bbs.us:9245 * Southaven MS (1:261/20)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Nicholas Boel on Monday, July 13, 2020 00:10:27
    Hello Nicholas,

    On Sunday July 12 2020 07:54, you wrote to me:

    BjÔrn
    ^
    Without a CHRS kludge to indicate what encoding is used, one can
    not expect non-ASCII characters to be displayed correctly...

    While one can not expect it, you can definitely assume it.

    You can assume, but you know what they say about ASSumptions...

    Almost 100% of the time when a CHRS kludge is not used the original
    sender is using a BBS software that doesn't support the CHRS kludge. Mystic may be one that can be fixed, but there are a lot of other
    programs being used today that aren't supported by a developer any
    more and you won't be able to convince the user of said software to change.

    If one uses antiquated abandonware that does not support the CHRS kludge, than the recommended course of action is simple: do not use it in a a way that was not part of the game when it was designed. When it was designed Fidonet was ASCII only. IOW, use ASCII only in your messages.

    xlatimport cp437

    Should fix this for you.

    Only for this message and others messages that use CP437 as the encoding. The world of Fidonet is bigger than CP437. Much bigger.

    This way you can spend more time with grandkids, or taking walks, or fishing, or whatever you enjoy doing outside of Fidonet, rather than contstantly nit-picking miniscule things in a dying hobby.

    Nothing is forever and hobbys come and go. Yes, Fidonet is on the trailing edge of the Bell curve. Denial is not a river in Egypt. That does not stop me from doing what I think is best to help to keep it going for as long as I can.

    You call it nitpicking, I call it reporting on abberations that I observe. Isn't feed back an essential part of testing?

    And since I imported it as cp437, I should have now converted it to
    UTF-8, just for you. ;)

    What you achieved is converting the Capital O with circumflex to UFT-8. I do not know if that was the plan...

    BjÔrn
    ^

    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Robert Wolfe on Monday, July 13, 2020 00:17:38
    Hello Robert,

    On Monday July 13 2020 10:43, you wrote to Tommi Koivula:

    @MSGID: 1:261/20 ec0abb8e
    @TID: InterEcho 1.20 00000000

    No REPLY kludge.
    NO TZUTC kludge and a date in the future
    No CHARS kludge



    Non standard quoting character.

    rather than contstantly nit-picking miniscule things in a dying hob
    ^
    Line truncated in quoting.

    Too bad this 'fidotest' echo is the most interesting thing
    in -> fidonet...

    And the most active, sadly.

    Perhaps in Z1. The world of Fidonet is bigger than Z1.


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to Michiel Van Der Vlist on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 00:00:00
    @MSGID: 1:261/20 ec0abb8e
    @TID: InterEcho 1.20 00000000

    No REPLY kludge.
    NO TZUTC kludge and a date in the future
    No CHARS kludge

    No big deal. InterEcho is old DOS software. The author has been told about it.




    Non standard quoting character.


    So what, are you trying to tell me and the rest of the known world that Wildcat is a non-standard BBS package? Come to think of it, I think PCBoard uses the same quoting style.

    rather than contstantly nit-picking miniscule things in a dying
    hob ^
    Line truncated in quoting.

    Again, I have to blame this on the software.

    Probably a Wildcat! 4.2 thing. Again, software that is not being developed anymore, so why worry about it?


    --- InterEcho 1.20
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/2 * os2bbs.us:9245 * Southaven MS (1:261/20)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/360 to Robert Wolfe on Monday, July 13, 2020 09:59:12
    Hello, Robert Wolfe.
    On 13/07/2020 13.58 you wrote:

    On 13.7.2020 10:43, Robert Wolfe wrote:
    ... writing from future, without tzutc kludge. :)
    Odd, though. My AcraOS time and date are correct. Not sure why the echomail tosser is having issues. Oh well, at least it works :)

    Some systems may reject the message with incorrect time stamp.

    --- InterEcho 1.20
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/2 * os2bbs.us:9245 * Southaven MS (1:261/20)

    --
    Tommi

    --- HotdogEd/2.13.5 (Android; Google Android; rv:1) Hotdoged/1593232602000 HotdogEd/2.13.5
    * Origin: nntp://rbb.fidonet.fi - Lake Ylo - Finland (2:221/360.0)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/360 to Robert Wolfe on Monday, July 13, 2020 03:06:53
    * Originally from Robert Wolfe to Michiel Van Der Vlist :

    Again, software that is not being
    developed anymore, so why worry about it?

    Two options: Use it, or do not use it. :)

    'Tommi

    --- Concord/2 1.06 (Reg.)
    * Origin: - rbb - telnet://rbb.homeip.net:32 - (2:221/360)
  • From Björn Wiberg@2:201/137 to Alan Ianson on Monday, July 13, 2020 10:11:17
    Hello Alan!

    Thank you for your reply!

    On 12 Jul 2020, Alan Ianson said the following...
    Welcome back.. :)

    That's what I see here..

    Many thanks!

    Best regards
    Bjrn

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/06/11 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: Star Collision BBS, Uppsala, Sweden (2:201/137)
  • From Björn Wiberg@2:201/137 to Michiel van der Vlist on Monday, July 13, 2020 10:20:15
    Hello Michiel!

    Thank you for your reply!

    On 12 Jul 2020, Michiel van der Vlist said the following...
    BjÔrn
    ^
    Without a CHRS kludge to indicate what encoding is used, one can not expect non-ASCII characters to be displayed correctly...

    Hmm, I guess this is one of the shortcomings of the somewhat limited
    "technical compliance" of Mystic BBS... I'll have a look to see if there's something which can be fixed...

    Best regards
    Bjrn

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/06/11 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: Star Collision BBS, Uppsala, Sweden (2:201/137)
  • From Björn Wiberg@2:201/137 to Nicholas Boel on Monday, July 13, 2020 10:22:40
    Hello Nick!

    Thank you for your reply!

    On 12 Jul 2020, Nicholas Boel said the following...
    While one can not expect it, you can definitely assume it. Almost 100%
    of the time when a CHRS kludge is not used the original sender is using
    a BBS software
    that doesn't support the CHRS kludge. Mystic may be one that can be

    Thanks for the info -- yes, I believe Mystic could/should be fixed with
    regards to this (although yes my assumption was that no CHRS would be interpreted as CP437). I'll try to ask the author about this.

    Best regards
    Bjrn

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/06/11 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: Star Collision BBS, Uppsala, Sweden (2:201/137)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Robert Wolfe on Monday, July 13, 2020 14:32:35
    Hello Robert,

    On Tuesday July 14 2020 00:00, you wrote to me:

    @MSGID: 1:261/20 ec0abb8e
    @TID: InterEcho 1.20 00000000

    No REPLY kludge.
    NO TZUTC kludge and a date in the future
    No CHARS kludge

    No big deal. InterEcho is old DOS software. The author has been told about it.

    The original author left Fidonet two decades ago. InterMail was a fork of FrontDoor when the Frontdoor team of JOHO and Peter Stewart fell apart and Peter went his own way with InterMail. InterMail was a good mailer in its time. I say "was" becasue it stopped at version 2.50 when it became obvious that Peter Stewart no longer considered it a working bussines model and departed for greener pastures. As I said, it /was/, past tense, a good mailer. I dropped it ten years ago when I moved on and dropped POTS.

    The accompanying editor was never more than "soso" and Interecho never got further than crippleware. I tried it for a short time and then threw it out. There were beter tossers around back then.

    The present maintainer? Well, is there a 32 bit version yet? I don't think so...




    Non standard quoting character.


    So what, are you trying to tell me and the rest of the known world
    that Wildcat is a non-standard BBS package?

    I am trying to tell you that it is decades old abandonware that has not evolved into the third decade of the 21st century along with the rest of Fidonet.

    Come to think of it, I think PCBoard uses the same quoting style.

    Idem: old abandonware.

    rather than contstantly nit-picking miniscule things in a
    dying -> hob ^ -> Line truncated in quoting.

    Again, I have to blame this on the software.

    It is your decision to use it and so you are responsible for this crippleware injects into the network. Truncating lines when quoting is annoying. It had me lose a "not" making it look like I wrote the opposite of what I wrote. Using non up to state of the art quoting makes it dificult to see who wrote what. In the above quote who wrote about the nit-picking? To see that I have to go back in the thread. But the missing REPLY kludge makes that difficult. The reply chain is broken which is also annoying.

    Probably a Wildcat! 4.2 thing. Again, software that is not being developed anymore, so why worry about it?

    Using abondonware that has not evolved with the rest of Fidonet and so no longer is up to the state of the art is annoying and can have a detrimental effects on the smooth operation of the network. It was stated that the hobby is dying. Using abandonned crippleware drives people away. That is why I worry about it.

    Just My EUR 0,02...

    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to BjÔrn Wiberg on Monday, July 13, 2020 14:28:09
    Hello BjÔrn,

    On Monday July 13 2020 10:22, you wrote to Nicholas Boel:

    Thanks for the info -- yes, I believe Mystic could/should be fixed
    with regards to this (although yes my assumption was that no CHRS
    would be interpreted as CP437).

    The assumption is wrong. No CHRS kludge means ASCII only. See FTS-5003.

    http://ftsc.org/docs/fts-5003.001


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Mauro Veiga@4:801/194 to MICHIEL VAN DER VLIST on Monday, July 13, 2020 11:41:00
    Quoting Michiel Van Der Vlist to Robert Wolfe at 07-13-20 14:32 <=-

    MVDV> Using abondonware that has not evolved with the rest of Fidonet and so
    MVDV> no longer is up to the state of the art is annoying and can have a
    MVDV> detrimental effects on the smooth operation of the network. It was
    MVDV> stated that the hobby is dying. Using abandonned crippleware drives
    MVDV> people away. That is why I worry about it.

    Nop. For me, the possibility of using old abandonware software is
    one of the most attractive features of Fidonet.

    Just enough be obliged to use boring new softwares on boring WWW
    world.


    ... "A phaser is the universal communicator." - Worf
    ___ Blue Wave/386 v2.30
    --- SBBSecho 3.06-Win32
    * Origin: Ninho do Abutre 2 - Rio de Janeiro - Brasil * (4:801/194)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Mauro Veiga on Monday, July 13, 2020 17:24:58
    Hello Mauro,

    On Monday July 13 2020 11:41, you wrote to me:

    Nop. For me, the possibility of using old abandonware software is
    one of the most attractive features of Fidonet.

    + 17:23 [1836] call to 4:801/194@fidonet
    17:23 [1836] trying f194.n801.z4.binkp.net [152.238.107.94]...
    + 17:23 [1836] bind -- getaddrinfo: Der angegebene Host ist unbekannt. (11001)
    17:23 [1836] connected
    + 17:23 [1836] outgoing session with f194.n801.z4.binkp.net:24554 [152.238.107.94]
    - 17:23 [1836] OPT MB CRAM-MD5-8b8a9573ea387b6dfdb1edce1e4ca282
    + 17:23 [1836] Remote requests MD mode
    - 17:23 [1836] SYS Ninho do Abutre BBS
    - 17:23 [1836] ZYZ Mauro Veiga
    - 17:23 [1836] LOC Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil
    - 17:23 [1836] NDL CM,IBN
    - 17:23 [1836] TIME 2020/07/13 12:23:49 -3:00
    - 17:23 [1836] VER Internet Rex 2.29 Win32 (binkp/1.1)
    + 17:23 [1836] addr: 4:801/194@fidonet
    + 17:23 [1836] addr: 21:1/181@fsxnet (n/a or busy)
    + 17:23 [1836] addr: 316:341/3@whispnet (n/a or busy)
    ? 17:23 [1836] rerror: Unlisted nodes cannot connect.
    + 17:23 [1836] done (to 4:801/194@fidonet, failed, S/R: 0/0 (0/0 bytes))

    Figures... :(


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Robert Wolfe on Monday, July 13, 2020 12:48:34
    Re: Test
    By: Robert Wolfe to Tommi Koivula on Mon Jul 13 2020 10:43:31


    Too bad this 'fidotest' echo is the most interesting thing in
    fidonet...

    And the most active, sadly.

    actually, it makes the top 20... top 5 if you take out the areas (*'d below) that are automated or scripted postings... posts in HOME_COOKING and RECIPES are not automated but are posted in batches of 10 (i think) at least
    daily...


    FTN Echomail Flow Report
    The SouthEast Star
    waldo kitty
    2020-Jul-13 12:42 (-0400)

    Top Quantity Received
    20 entries - Most to Least

    ============================================================================
    Echotag : Tot Rcvd : Days : #/Day : First Date : Last Date ============================================================================
    SYNCHRONET : 24083 : 660 : 37 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 13 *SYNCDATA : 23003 : 660 : 35 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 13 *WEATHER : 20386 : 660 : 31 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 13 *FIDO-REQ : 18587 : 660 : 29 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 13
    COOKING : 17371 : 660 : 27 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 13 *STATS : 14562 : 660 : 23 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 13 *HOME_COOKING : 14322 : 660 : 22 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 12
    FIDONEWS : 14081 : 660 : 22 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 13 *BBS_ADS : 13142 : 660 : 20 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 13 *ALLFIX_FILE : 13064 : 660 : 20 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 13 *FDN_ANNOUNCE : 11780 : 660 : 18 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 13 *RECIPES : 11633 : 659 : 18 : 2018 Sep 24 : 2020 Jul 12
    SYNC_PROGRAMMING : 8404 : 659 : 13 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 12 *BBS_PROMOTION : 7814 : 660 : 12 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 13
    FIDOTEST : 7156 : 660 : 11 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 13
    SYNC_SYSOPS : 6742 : 660 : 11 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 13
    RBERRYPI : 4898 : 659 : 8 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 12
    ALL-POLITICS : 4534 : 660 : 7 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 13
    FN_SYSOP : 4508 : 660 : 7 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 13
    BINKD : 3407 : 658 : 6 : 2018 Sep 23 : 2020 Jul 10 ============================================================================



    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to Michiel Van Der Vlist on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 19:02:00
    The original author left Fidonet two decades ago. InterMail was a
    fork of FrontDoor when the Frontdoor team of JOHO and Peter Stewart
    fell apart and Peter went his own way with InterMail. InterMail was
    a good mailer in its time. I say "was" becasue it stopped at version
    2.50 when it became obvious that Peter Stewart no longer considered
    it a working bussines model and departed for greener pastures. As I
    said, it /was/, past tense, a good mailer. I dropped ten years ago
    when I moved on and dropped POTS.
    The accompanying editor was never more than "soso" and Interecho
    never got further than crippleware. I tried it for a short time and
    then threw it out. There were beter tossers around back then.

    The present maintainer? Well, is there a 32 bit version yet? I don't
    think so...


    Dale Barnes is the current maintain and yes, there is a 3.0 Windows version that he has not released yet. A couple of us are trying to get him to, but so far to no availl. And yes, he is a Fido node, too.

    So what, are you trying to tell me and the rest of the known worl
    that Wildcat is a non-standard BBS package?

    I am trying to tell you that it is decades old abandonware that has
    not evolved into the third decade of the 21st century along with the
    rest of Fidonet.

    Then if it's bothersome, contact Santronics since they own it and WINserver has the same quoting scheme. I am sure they would be happy to change it for their BBS customers and ignore the commercial customers they have.


    --- InterEcho 1.20
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/2 * os2bbs.us:9245 * Southaven MS (1:261/20)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Robert Wolfe on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 10:07:42
    Hello Robert,

    On Tuesday July 14 2020 19:02, you wrote to me:

    editor was never more than "soso" and Interecho -> never got further
    than crippleware. I tried it for a short time and -> then threw it
    out. There were beter tossers around back then. -> -> The present maintainer? Well, is there a 32 bit version yet? I don't -> think
    so... ->

    Dale Barnes is the current maintain

    I know that is how he presents himself...

    and yes, there is a 3.0 Windows version that he has not released yet.
    A couple of us are trying to get him to, but so far to no availl.

    Which is exactly where we were when Peter Stewart left for greener pastures two decades ago. Peter claimed he was working on a Windows version and we were shown some screenshots to wet our appetites. But it was never released. Vapourware was how we called it. I see that the situation has not changed in 20+ years...

    And yes, he is a Fido node, too.

    And an NC, but so far he has been unresponsive regarding an erroneous ,IBM flag in his segment...

    So what, are you trying to tell me and the rest of the known
    worl -> RW> that Wildcat is a non-standard BBS package? -> -> I am
    trying to tell you that it is decades old abandonware that has -> not evolved into the third decade of the 21st century along with the ->
    rest of Fidonet.

    See the fucked up quoting above?

    Then if it's bothersome, contact Santronics since they own it and WINserver has the same quoting scheme. I am sure they would be happy
    to change it for their BBS customers and ignore the commercial
    customers they have.

    Not my responsibility. As a sysop, YOU are responsible for the crap you inject into the network. If you use broken software it is YOUR responsibility to get it fixed or stop using it.

    BTW, I have not forgotten about that mailbomb...


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Nick Andre@1:229/426 to Michiel Van Der Vlist on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 10:29:31
    On 14 Jul 20 10:07:42, Michiel Van Der Vlist said the following to Robert Wolfe

    trying to tell you that it is decades old abandonware that has -> not evolved into the third decade of the 21st century along with the -> rest of Fidonet.

    See the fucked up quoting above?

    Calm down, have some dip...

    Nick

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (1:229/426)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/360 to Michiel van der Vlist on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 19:27:24
    Hi Michiel.

    14 Jul 20 10:07:42, you wrote to Robert Wolfe:

    So what, are you trying to tell me and the rest of the
    known worl -> RW> that Wildcat is a non-standard BBS package? ->
    I am trying to tell you that it is decades old abandonware
    that has -> not evolved into the third decade of the 21st
    century along with the -> rest of Fidonet.

    See the fucked up quoting above?

    It seems that YOU cannot quote a quote. :D

    'Tommi

    ---
    * Origin: - rbb.fidonet.fi - Finland - (2:221/360)
  • From Dale Barnes@1:106/201 to Robert Wolfe on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 06:30:00

    Odd, though. My AcraOS time and date are correct. Not
    sure why the echomail tosser is having issues. Oh well, at
    least it works :)

    Trying to get in touch with Dale Barnes anyway about
    another issues with Intermail, and for some reason his
    majik.net email keeps bouncing now.


    --- InterEcho 1.20


    I am still here. Email should be working now. The hosting company deleted my email by mistake so was only down a day or two. It is up now.


    --- InterEcho 1.21
    * Origin: Home Of InterMail/InterEcho (1:106/201)
  • From Dale Barnes@1:106/201 to Michiel van der Vlist on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 06:43:53

    Dale Barnes is the current maintain

    I know that is how he presents himself...


    and yes, there is a 3.0 Windows version that he has not released yet.
    A couple of us are trying to get him to, but so far to no availl.

    Which is exactly where we were when Peter Stewart left for
    greener pastures two decades ago. Peter claimed he was
    working on a Windows version and we were shown some
    screenshots to wet our appetites. But it was never
    released. Vapourware was how we called it. I see that the
    situation has not changed in 20+ years...

    And yes, he is a Fido node, too.

    Yes Peter had a windows version started (still have the code but was in the early stages).

    And an NC, but so far he has been unresponsive regarding an
    erroneous ,IBM flag in his segment...

    I saw your netmail and submitted the change, I just did not respond to you about it.


    --- InterEcho 1.21
    * Origin: Home Of InterMail/InterEcho (1:106/201)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/10 to Nicholas Boel on Sunday, July 12, 2020 18:20:30
    On 12.07.2020 7:54, Nicholas Boel wrote to Michiel van der Vlist:

    rather than contstantly nit-picking miniscule things in a dying hobby.

    Too bad this 'fidotest' echo is the most interesting thing in fidonet...

    Regards,
    Nick

    ... "Take my advice, I don't use it anyway."


    'Tommi

    ---
    * Origin: rpi sglnx (2:221/10)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to Dale Barnes on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 14:40:04
    --- InterEcho 1.20

    --- InterEcho 1.21

    So can I get a copy? :)


    --- InterEcho 1.20
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/2 * os2bbs.us:9245 * Southaven MS (1:261/20)
  • From Sean Dennis@1:18/200 to Tommi Koivula on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 18:09:49
    Hello Tommi,

    Tuesday July 14 2020 19:27, you wrote to Michiel van der Vlist:

    It seems that YOU cannot quote a quote. :D

    Operator error.

    Later,
    Sean

    --- GoldED/2 3.0.1
    * Origin: Outpost BBS * bbs.outpostbbs.net:10123 (1:18/200)
  • From Sean Dennis@1:18/200 to Nick Andre on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 18:44:03
    Hello Nick,

    Tuesday July 14 2020 10:29, you wrote to Michiel Van Der Vlist:

    Calm down, have some dip...

    He is what he eats?

    Later,
    Sean

    --- GoldED/2 3.0.1
    * Origin: Don't pass out in the guacamole, please. (1:18/200)
  • From Sean Dennis@1:18/200 to Björn Wiberg on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 18:44:43
    Hello Bjrn,

    Sunday July 12 2020 12:35, you wrote to All:

    Testing a message from my BBS, recently re-connected to FidoNet after
    a hiatus since 1997, albeit now on a different platform and with
    different software.

    Welcome back!

    Later,
    Sean

    --- GoldED/2 3.0.1
    * Origin: Outpost BBS * bbs.outpostbbs.net:10123 (1:18/200)
  • From August Abolins@2:221/1.58 to Robert Wolfe on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 18:47:00
    Hello Robert!

    For the record, OpenXp doesn't have a problem re-quoting the -> method.

    See below.


    ** On Tuesday 14.07.20 - 19:02, Robert Wolfe wrote to Michiel Van Der Vlist:

    The original author left Fidonet two decades ago. InterMail was a
    fork of FrontDoor when the Frontdoor team of JOHO and Peter Stewart
    fell apart and Peter went his own way with InterMail. InterMail was
    a good mailer in its time. I say "was" becasue it stopped at version
    [...]


    The present maintainer? Well, is there a 32 bit version yet? I don't
    think so...


    Dale Barnes is the current maintain and yes, there is a 3.0 Windows version that he has not released yet. A couple of us are trying to get him to, but so far to no availl. And yes, he is a Fido node, too.

    So what, are you trying to tell me and the rest of the known worl
    that Wildcat is a non-standard BBS package?


    I am trying to tell you that it is decades old abandonware that has
    not evolved into the third decade of the 21st century along with the
    rest of Fidonet.

    Then if it's bothersome, contact Santronics since they own it and WINserver has the same quoting scheme. I am sure they would be happy to change it for their BBS customers and ignore the commercial customers
    they have.




    ../|ug

    --- OpenXP 5.0.45
    * Origin: This is a test of the Emergency Tagline System (2:221/1.58)
  • From August Abolins@2:221/1.58 to Michiel van der Vlist on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 18:50:00
    Hello Michiel!

    ** On Tuesday 14.07.20 - 10:07, Michiel van der Vlist wrote to Robert Wolfe:

    So what, are you trying to tell me and the rest of the known
    worl -> RW> that Wildcat is a non-standard BBS package? -> -> I am
    trying to tell you that it is decades old abandonware that has -> not
    evolved into the third decade of the 21st century along with the ->
    rest of Fidonet.

    MvdV> See the fucked up quoting above?

    It appears that your GoldEd has a problem with that. ;)

    OpenXP handles RW's message (which I've replied and quoted as another message) just fine!


    ../|ug

    --- OpenXP 5.0.45
    * Origin: This is a test of the Emergency Tagline System (2:221/1.58)
  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to All on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 15:58:47
    Hello All,

    Just a quick test.. :)

    Ttyl :-),
    Al


    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Alan Ianson on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 19:04:44
    Re: Test
    By: Alan Ianson to All on Tue Jul 14 2020 15:58:47


    Just a quick test.. :)

    Sender Alan Ianson
    To All
    Subject Test
    X-FTN-AREA FIDOTEST
    X-FTN-MSGID 1:153/757@fidonet 5f0e38e5
    X-FTN-CHRS UTF-8 2
    X-FTN-TID MBSE-FIDO 1.0.7.17 (GNU/Linux-x86_64)
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 102/127 129/215 153/0 105 135 141 757 802 6809 154/10 30 40 50 700
    X-FTN-SEEN-BY 203/0 221/6 227/201 229/310 261/38 267/67 280/464 342/17 3634/12
    X-FTN-PATH 153/757 221/6 154/10


    )\/(ark
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: SouthEast Star Mail HUB - SESTAR (1:3634/12)
  • From Sean Dennis@1:18/200 to Robert Wolfe on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 19:31:41
    Hello Robert,

    Wednesday July 15 2020 14:40, you wrote to Dale Barnes:

    So can I get a copy? :)

    Only if you slip him a few Fidobucks.

    Later,
    Sean

    --- GoldED/2 3.0.1
    * Origin: Outpost BBS * bbs.outpostbbs.net:10123 (1:18/200)
  • From Jon Justvig@1:298/26 to Alan Ianson on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 00:46:47
    Re: Test
    By: Alan Ianson to All on Tue Jul 14 2020 03:58 pm

    Hello All,

    Just a quick test.. :)

    If this were an actual test of the national broadcast system...err, ACK! :)

    -cr1mson
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: Stepping Stone BBS -- steppingstonebbs.com (1:298/26)
  • From Dale Barnes@1:106/201 to Sean Dennis on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 21:38:58

    So can I get a copy? :)

    Only if you slip him a few Fidobucks.


    LOL. Nope have no need for Fidobucks. Its all free these days like it should be. This is supposed to be for fun right?


    --- InterEcho 1.21
    * Origin: Home Of InterMail/InterEcho (1:106/201)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/360 to Sean Dennis on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 08:38:29
    Sean Dennis <0@200.18.1> wrote:

    Tuesday July 14 2020 19:27, you wrote to Michiel van der Vlist:

    It seems that YOU cannot quote a quote. :D

    Operator error.

    Yes. Golded is pretty smart with quotes, but it doesn't like "->" as a quote string. By default, at least. :) Setting QUOTECHARS might help.

    'Tommi

    --- Sylpheed 3.7.0 (GTK+ 2.24.30; i686-pc-mingw32)
    * Origin: nntp://rbb.fidonet.fi - Lake Ylo - Finland (2:221/360.0)
  • From Björn Wiberg@2:201/137 to Sean Dennis on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 07:58:25
    On 14 Jul 2020, Sean Dennis said the following...
    Welcome back!

    Thank you Sean! It is much appreciated!

    (I have e-mailed the author of Mystic BBS to see if its tosser can add
    a CHRS kludge to outgoing messages, but no reply yet...)

    Best regards
    Bjrn

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/06/11 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: Star Collision BBS, Uppsala, Sweden (2:201/137)
  • From Sean Dennis@1:18/200 to Dale Barnes on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 03:10:10
    LOL. Nope have no need for Fidobucks. Its all free
    these days like it should be. This is supposed to be
    for fun right?

    That's what I keep telling myself. I'm still working on my BBS doors ... 22 year now actively ... my own FTN network, Micronet, will turn 20 years old on 1 September and it's still active and growing ... so I can't complain at all.

    My BBS is solid and reliable (as long as I don't go breaking things) and I still look forward to BBS mail.

    Even at 3:11 in the morning when I can't sleep because of insomnia.

    Later,
    Sean


    --- Maximus/2 3.01
    * Origin: Outpost BBS * bbs.outpostbbs.net:10123 (1:18/200)
  • From Sean Dennis@1:18/200 to Tommi Koivula on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 03:12:24
    Yes. Golded is pretty smart with quotes, but it doesn't
    like "->" as a quote string. By default, at least. :)
    Setting QUOTECHARS might help.

    GoldEd is pretty picky about things but once it's set up, it works very well.

    I've been using GED/2 3.01 since it was released though there's still things I should set up. I can tell you GoldEd works well with SOUP packets.

    I've never understood using "-> as a quote string. Using initials and a "less than" symbol is what I've always used especially with an over-quoted message.

    Later,
    Sean


    --- Maximus/2 3.01
    * Origin: Outpost BBS * bbs.outpostbbs.net:10123 (1:18/200)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Tommi Koivula on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 09:21:55
    Hello Tommi,

    On Tuesday July 14 2020 19:27, you wrote to me:

    So what, are you trying to tell me and the rest of the known
    worl -> RW> that Wildcat is a non-standard BBS package? -> -> I am
    trying to tell you that it is decades old abandonware that has ->
    not evolved into the third decade of the 21st century along with the
    rest of Fidonet.

    See the fucked up quoting above?

    It seems that YOU cannot quote a quote. :D

    What happens is obvious. My Golded does not recognise the "->" as the quote sequence. The result is a mess. If you want to catagorise that as "You can't quote a quote", so be it...


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Dale Barnes on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 09:10:25
    Hello Dale,

    On Tuesday July 14 2020 06:43, you wrote to me:

    Yes Peter had a windows version started (still have the code but was
    in the early stages).

    I know. Point is, it was never finished and he left for greener pastures, So: vapourware...

    And an NC, but so far he has been unresponsive regarding an erroneous
    ,IBM flag in his segment...

    I saw your netmail and submitted the change, I just did not respond to
    you about it.

    OK.

    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Tommi Koivula on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 12:28:08
    Hello Tommi,

    On Wednesday July 15 2020 08:38, you wrote to Sean Dennis:

    Yes. Golded is pretty smart with quotes, but it doesn't like "->" as a quote string. By default, at least. :) Setting QUOTECHARS might help.

    I played around with that. Adding "-" as a quote character makes it a little bit better, but the result is still messy. Plus that I expect it will have unwanted side effects.


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Mauro Veiga@4:801/194.2 to August Abolins on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 09:09:01
    Quoting August Abolins to Robert Wolfe <=-

    Hello Robert!

    For the record, OpenXp doesn't have a problem re-quoting the ->
    method.
    See below.

    BlueWave also does well. :-)

    ** On Tuesday 14.07.20 - 19:02, Robert Wolfe wrote to Michiel Van Der Vlist:
    The original author left Fidonet two decades ago. InterMail was a
    fork of FrontDoor when the Frontdoor team of JOHO and Peter Stewart
    fell apart and Peter went his own way with InterMail. InterMail was
    a good mailer in its time. I say "was" becasue it stopped at version
    [...]


    The present maintainer? Well, is there a 32 bit version yet? I don't
    think so...


    Dale Barnes is the current maintain and yes, there is a 3.0 Windows version that he has not released yet. A couple of us are trying to get him to, but so far to no availl. And yes, he is a Fido node, too.

    So what, are you trying to tell me and the rest of the known worl
    that Wildcat is a non-standard BBS package?


    I am trying to tell you that it is decades old abandonware that has
    not evolved into the third decade of the 21st century along with the
    rest of Fidonet.

    Then if it's bothersome, contact Santronics since they own it and WINserver has the same quoting scheme. I am sure they would be happy to change it for their BBS customers and ignore the commercial customers
    they have.

    ../|ug

    -!- OpenXP 5.0.45
    ! Origin: This is a test of the Emergency Tagline System (2:221/1.58)



    ... "Don't underestimate the POWER of the Blue Wave" - Darth Vader
    --- Indigo/DOS 0.01+Blue Wave/DOS
    * Origin: Point do Pardal - Brasil * (4:801/194.2)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:261/20 to Sean Dennis on Friday, July 17, 2020 11:21:23
    Wednesday July 15 2020 14:40, you wrote to Dale Barnes:

    So can I get a copy? :)

    Only if you slip him a few Fidobucks.

    Which I and a couple of other sysops would gladly do.


    --- InterEcho 1.20
    * Origin: Omicron Theta/2 * os2bbs.us:9245 * Southaven MS (1:261/20)
  • From Nicholas Boel@1:154/10 to Tommi Koivula on Thursday, July 16, 2020 18:52:30
    Hello Tommi,

    On Sun Jul 12 2020 18:20:30, Tommi Koivula wrote to Nicholas Boel:

    Too bad this 'fidotest' echo is the most interesting thing in
    fidonet...

    It is too bad.

    Regards,
    Nick

    ... "Take my advice, I don't use it anyway."
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20181215
    * Origin: thePharcyde_ distribution system (Wisconsin) (1:154/10)
  • From Nicholas Boel@1:154/10 to Michiel van der Vlist on Thursday, July 16, 2020 18:55:12
    Hello Michiel,

    On Mon Jul 13 2020 00:10:26, Michiel van der Vlist wrote to Nicholas Boel:

    If one uses antiquated abandonware that does not support the CHRS
    kludge, than the recommended course of action is simple: do not use it
    in a a way that was not part of the game when it was designed. When it
    was designed Fidonet was ASCII only. IOW, use ASCII only in your
    messages.

    What you're not taking into consideration here, is that FIDONET itself and 99% of it's technology is antiquated abandonware. I know it hurts, but it's the truth.

    xlatimport cp437

    Should fix this for you.

    Only for this message and others messages that use CP437 as the
    encoding. The world of Fidonet is bigger than CP437. Much bigger.

    Which, per our discussion about BBS softwares that don't use the CHRS kludge, should fix most things for you. The fact that the world of Fidonet is MUCH bigger (I laughed when I read that) than anything is in your own delusions. ;)

    Nothing is forever and hobbys come and go. Yes, Fidonet is on the
    trailing edge of the Bell curve. Denial is not a river in Egypt. That
    does not stop me from doing what I think is best to help to keep it
    going for as long as I can.

    Do you ever take a moment to think of how many people you've driven out of Fidonet? I didn't think so.

    You call it nitpicking, I call it reporting on abberations that I
    observe. Isn't feed back an essential part of testing?

    Not when less than a couple handfulls of people actually care.

    And since I imported it as cp437, I should have now converted it
    to UTF-8, just for you. ;)

    What you achieved is converting the Capital O with circumflex to
    UFT-8. I do not know if that was the plan...

    No. Whatever came in here as cp437 (the umlaut o as was read properly in CP437) got converted to that capital O with circumflex. If that was wrong, then Golded's conversion tables are trash (oh that's right, even Golded the end all be all can not convert 8bit to UTF-8 properly, OH NOOOOO!), and there's may be more broken shit for you to complain about. ;)

    Needless to say this same exact conversation has reared it's head over and over for at LEAST the past decade. Not much has been fixed in that regard, but more and more people have left Fidonet. The scales are tipping, and not in your favo(u)r. *shrug*

    Have a nice day!

    Regards,
    Nick

    ... "Take my advice, I don't use it anyway."
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20181215
    * Origin: thePharcyde_ distribution system (Wisconsin) (1:154/10)
  • From Nicholas Boel@1:154/10 to Tommi Koivula on Thursday, July 16, 2020 19:07:40
    Hello Tommi,

    On Fri Aug 18 2056 17:14:16, Tommi Koivula wrote to Robert Wolfe:

    Two options: Use it, or do not use it. :)

    Apparantly he chooses option 1.

    Regards,
    Nick

    ... "Take my advice, I don't use it anyway."
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20181215
    * Origin: thePharcyde_ distribution system (Wisconsin) (1:154/10)
  • From Nicholas Boel@1:154/10 to Michiel van der Vlist on Thursday, July 16, 2020 19:11:30
    Hello Michiel,

    On Mon Jul 13 2020 14:32:34, Michiel van der Vlist wrote to Robert Wolfe:

    I am trying to tell you that it is decades old abandonware that has
    not evolved into the third decade of the 21st century along with the
    rest of Fidonet.

    Fidonet itself isn't even in the 21st century. The ONLY thing that comes remotely close is NNTP, using an up-to-date newsreader that indeed does support most charsets of today. Granted, those up-to-date newsreaders still have to deal with the shitty 20th century (ie: jamnntpd) Fidonet technology that breaks most things 21st century. As much as you don't want to hear it, Synchronet is by far the most supportive of things "21st century", yet you bash it every chance you get.

    Using abandonned crippleware drives people away.

    This is the most ridiculous thing I've heard yet. People come back to see if the abandoned crippleware can still be setup and used. MUCH moreso than the people being driven away. At this point there's a couple "othernets" that have had more quality activity than Fidonet in recent years. I'll let you take as many guesses as you want as to why they enjoy those othernets better than Fidonet. :|

    Regards,
    Nick

    ... "Take my advice, I don't use it anyway."
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20181215
    * Origin: thePharcyde_ distribution system (Wisconsin) (1:154/10)
  • From Nicholas Boel@1:154/10 to Mauro Veiga on Thursday, July 16, 2020 19:20:10
    Hello Mauro,

    On Mon Jul 13 2020 11:41:00, Mauro Veiga wrote to MICHIEL VAN DER VLIST:

    Nop. For me, the possibility of using old abandonware software is
    one of the most attractive features of Fidonet.

    THANK YOU NUFF SAID! :)

    Regards,
    Nick

    ... "Take my advice, I don't use it anyway."
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20181215
    * Origin: thePharcyde_ distribution system (Wisconsin) (1:154/10)
  • From Tommi Koivula@2:221/360 to Nicholas Boel on Friday, July 17, 2020 09:57:10
    Hello, Nicholas Boel.
    On 17/07/2020 3.07 you wrote:

    Hello Tommi,
    On Fri Aug 18 2056 17:14:16, Tommi Koivula wrote to Robert Wolfe:
    Two options: Use it, or do not use it. :)
    Apparantly he chooses option 1.

    And it is just ok. I am also using ancient abandoned software which work quite fine.

    .. "Take my advice, I don't use it anyway."

    --
    Tommi

    --- HotdogEd/2.13.5 (Android; Google Android; rv:1) Hotdoged/1593232602000 HotdogEd/2.13.5
    * Origin: nntp://rbb.fidonet.fi - Lake Ylo - Finland (2:221/360.0)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Nicholas Boel on Friday, July 17, 2020 13:59:42
    Hello Nicholas,

    On Thursday July 16 2020 18:55, you wrote to me:

    xlatimport cp437

    Should fix this for you.

    Only for this message and others messages that use CP437 as the
    encoding.

    And even more important, it is the same as correcting it in my own copy when my name is misspelled in the telephone book. It only works for me, not for all the other readers of the book.

    Which, per our discussion about BBS softwares that don't use the CHRS kludge, should fix most things for you.

    Not just for me, for the enitre pool of readers.

    The world of Fidonet is bigger than CP437. Much bigger.

    The fact that the world of Fidonet is MUCH bigger (I laughed when I
    read that) than anything is in your own delusions. ;)

    Laugh if you want, but it is a fact that only a minority of messages written in Fidonet is encoded in CP437. You may not be aware of it but the vast majority of messages written in Fidonet is encoded in CP866. Then come Latin-1, CP850, ASCII, UTF-8 and CP437.

    What you achieved is converting the Capital O with circumflex to
    UFT-8. I do not know if that was the plan...

    No. Whatever came in here as cp437 (the umlaut o as was read properly
    in CP437) got converted to that capital O with circumflex.

    What came in here was character nr 147 decimal or 94 hex. Encoding unknown.

    If that was wrong, then Golded's conversion tables are trash (oh
    that's right, even Golded the end all be all can not convert 8bit to
    UTF-8 properly,

    There is nothing wrong with Golded's translation tables and it CAN correctly convert 8bit to UTF-8 properly. But Golded is not clearvoyant. It has to be correctly told what the source encoding is. Otherwise it is GIGO. And that is what happened.

    Thank you for your comments.

    I say: When posting messages without a CHRS kludge, one can not expect non-ASCII characters to be correctly displayed at the readers' end.


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Nicholas Boel on Friday, July 17, 2020 14:46:48
    Hello Nicholas,

    On Thursday July 16 2020 19:11, you wrote to me:


    The ONLY thing that comes remotely close is NNTP, using an up-to-date newsreader that indeed does support most charsets of today.

    There is Goated end its sucessor Gossiped....

    At this point there's a couple "othernets" that have had more quality activity than Fidonet in recent years. I'll let you take as many
    guesses as you want as to why they enjoy those othernets better than Fidonet. :|

    If those othernets are so much more enjoyable in your perception why are you still here? Why not move to one of those greener pastures?

    Thank you for your comments.

    I say: When posting messages without a CHRS kludge, one can not expect non-ASCII characters to be correctly displayed at the readers' end.


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Nicholas Boel@1:154/10 to Michiel van der Vlist on Friday, July 17, 2020 16:59:02
    Hello Michiel,

    On Fri Jul 17 2020 14:46:48, Michiel van der Vlist wrote to Nicholas Boel:

    If those othernets are so much more enjoyable in your perception why
    are you still here? Why not move to one of those greener pastures?

    I am in those as well. Which is why I was able to say what I did about quality messages. I am not just guessing.

    Thank you for your comments.

    Your welcome.

    I say: When posting messages without a CHRS kludge, one can not expect non-ASCII characters to be correctly displayed at the readers' end.

    I say: Nobody but you actually cares.

    You sound like a broken record. Get over yourself. While most people try to enjoy the conversations they have, you belittle people and try to ride their asses until they conform to your wishes. Luckily being here long enough I've realized most of what you cry about doesn't get you very far, if anywhere. That must be disheartening. Maybe that's why you're always so grumpy and nit-picking everyone else?

    You can take your ball and leave at any time as well, but you choose to stay and try your best to make others leave. :|

    Regards,
    Nick

    ... "Take my advice, I don't use it anyway."
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20181215
    * Origin: thePharcyde_ distribution system (Wisconsin) (1:154/10)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Nicholas Boel on Saturday, July 18, 2020 01:01:35
    Hello Nicholas,

    On Friday July 17 2020 16:59, you wrote to me:

    Thank you for your comments.

    Your welcome.

    "My" welcome??

    I say: When posting messages without a CHRS kludge, one can not
    expect non-ASCII characters to be correctly displayed at the readers'
    end.

    I say: Nobody but you actually cares.

    So you say. My observation is that what you say does not always match with the verifiable facts as I know them.

    Other than that:

    I say: When posting messages without a CHRS kludge, one can not expect non-ASCII characters to be correctly displayed at the readers' end.


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Tommi Koivula on Saturday, July 18, 2020 12:56:42
    Hello Tommi,

    Wednesday July 15 2020 12:28, I wrote to you:

    Yes. Golded is pretty smart with quotes, but it doesn't like "->"
    as a quote string. By default, at least. :) Setting QUOTECHARS
    might help.

    I played around with that. Adding "-" as a quote character makes it a little bit better, but the result is still messy. Plus that I expect
    it will have unwanted side effects.

    Adding "-" as a quote character did indeed have unwanted side effects. So I removed it.


    Cheers, Michiel

    --- GoldED+/W32-MSVC 1.1.5-b20170303
    * Origin: http://www.vlist.eu (2:280/5555)
  • From Nick Andre@1:229/426 to Michiel Van Der Vlist on Saturday, July 18, 2020 10:04:59
    On 18 Jul 20 01:01:35, Michiel Van Der Vlist said the following to Nicholas Boe

    I say: When posting messages without a CHRS kludge, one can not expect non-ASCII characters to be correctly displayed at the readers' end.

    I say: You're being a techno-dick.

    Nick

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators? (1:229/426)
  • From Nicholas Boel@1:154/10 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sunday, July 19, 2020 07:26:08
    Hello Michiel,

    On Sat Jul 18 2020 01:01:34, Michiel van der Vlist wrote to Nicholas Boel:

    "Grumble, Grumble, Grumble."

    Aww, that's great buddy! Hope you had a stellar weekend!

    Regards,
    Nick

    ... "Take my advice, I don't use it anyway."
    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20181215
    * Origin: thePharcyde_ distribution system (Wisconsin) (1:154/10)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664.1 to All on Sunday, July 19, 2020 19:53:34
    Testing a new full screen editor. IceEdit kept crapping out on me...

    Jay

    ... A fool and his money are SYSOP material.

    --- Telegard v3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    * Origin: Northern Realms/TG | bbs.nrbbs.net:2323 (1:229/664.1)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Jay Harris on Monday, July 20, 2020 09:16:38
    Hi Jay,

    On 2020-07-19 19:53:34, you wrote to All:

    @MSGID: 1:229/664.1 848cb746
    @PID: Telegard 3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    @NOTE: DCTEdit v0.04 [2]
    @TID: FastEcho 1.46.1 7786646

    No TZUTC: kludge...

    Testing a new full screen editor. IceEdit kept crapping out on me...

    Jay

    ... A fool and his money are SYSOP material.

    --- Telegard v3.09.g2-sp4/mL
    * Origin: Northern Realms/TG | bbs.nrbbs.net:2323 (1:229/664.1)
    SEEN-BY: 19/36 57/0 103/705 154/10 203/0 220/70 221/0 226/17 229/101 SEEN-BY: 240/5832 267/800 280/464 5003 5555 288/100 292/854 8125 310/31 SEEN-BY: 317/3 340/1000 396/45 423/120 712/848 770/0 1 100 330 340 772/0 SEEN-BY: 772/1 210 220 230 500 2452/250
    @PATH: 229/664 426 317/3 770/1 280/464

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Fidotest@1:342/201 to All on Wednesday, July 22, 2020 11:36:14
    this is a test
    --- Platinum Xpress/Win/WINServer v7.0
    * Origin: Joe's BBS -=joesbbs.com=- (1:342/201)
  • From Ib Joe@1:342/201 to All on Thursday, July 23, 2020 20:50:02
    Fixed it... now my name is in the From section...

    :)
    --- Platinum Xpress/Win/WINServer v7.0
    * Origin: Joe's BBS -=joesbbs.com=- (1:342/201)
  • From Michael Batts@1:227/114 to Nick Andre on Friday, July 24, 2020 08:38:41
    On |1518 Jul 2020|08, |15Nick Andre |08said the following...

    On 18 Jul 20 01:01:35, Michiel Van Der Vlist said the following to Nicholas Boe

    I say: When posting messages without a CHRS kludge, one can not expect non-ASCII characters to be correctly displayed at the readers' end.

    I say: You're being a techno-dick.

    ^^^^^^ HAHAHAHAHAH ^^^^^^
    Sorry Nick, but that little quip caused my morning coffee to spew forth from
    my mouth to my monitor! HAHAHAHA!

    Have a terrific Friday all! (yeah, im a bit behind on reading)...

    .\\ichael Batts
    a.k.a. stizzed (because, why not?)
    SysOp, The ROCK BBS III

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/06/11 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: The ROCK III - therockbbs.net - TELNET:10023 (1:227/114)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664.1 to All on Monday, July 27, 2020 16:59:58
    Quick test, no need to reply.

    Jay


    ... The car isn't broken down, it's mechanically challenged!
    --- Blue Wave/386 v2.30
    * Origin: Northern Realms/TG | bbs.nrbbs.net:2323 (1:229/664.1)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664 to ALL on Monday, July 27, 2020 17:10:03
    One more test. No need to reply.

    Jay


    ... Fido! Get off the furniture! How many times...
    ___ Blue Wave/386 v2.30

    --- Mystic BBS/QWK v1.12 A46 2020/06/11 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Northern Realms BBS | bbs.nrbbs.net | Binbrook, ON (1:229/664)
  • From donnie@1:135/379 to All on Tuesday, August 04, 2020 22:42:24
    Testing Fido

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: Pro Audio Tech BBS (1:135/379)
  • From Kostie Muirhead@1:342/17 to donnie on Tuesday, August 04, 2020 17:03:03
    Re: Test
    By: donnie to All on Tue Aug 04 2020 10:42 pm

    Testing Fido

    Got you here in Calgary.
    ===
    Underminer
    The Undermine BBS - bbs.undermine.ca:423
    Fidonet: 1:342/17
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: The Undermine - bbs.undermine.ca:423 - Calgary, AB (1:342/17)
  • From donnie@1:135/379 to Kostie Muirhead on Wednesday, August 05, 2020 01:05:49
    Thanks. Been fighting with this to send..

    Donnie

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: Pro Audio Tech BBS (1:135/379)
  • From ib joe@1:342/200.1 to Kostie Muirhead on Tuesday, August 04, 2020 19:19:24
    On 04 Aug 2020, Kostie Muirhead said the following...

    Re: Test
    By: donnie to All on Tue Aug 04 2020 10:42 pm

    Testing Fido

    Got you here in Calgary.

    Logged onto your system and left you an email...

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -= JoesBBS.Com =-

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Raspberry Pi/32)
    * Origin: Joe's BBS -=JoesBBS.Com=- (1:342/200.1)
  • From ib joe@1:342/200.1 to donnie on Tuesday, August 04, 2020 19:19:46
    On 04 Aug 2020, donnie said the following...

    Testing Fido


    go it

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -= JoesBBS.Com =-

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Raspberry Pi/32)
    * Origin: Joe's BBS -=JoesBBS.Com=- (1:342/200.1)
  • From Angel Ripoll@2:341/66 to Donnie on Wednesday, August 05, 2020 14:08:00
    Hola Donnie!

    04 Aug 20 22:42, donnie escribi a All:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A45
    @MSGID: 1:135/379 55367dd7
    @TZUTC: 0000
    Testing Fido

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: Pro Audio Tech BBS (1:135/379)
    SEEN-BY: 1/120 15/0 18/0 19/36 106/201 116/18 116 120/302 331 123/0 25 50 115
    SEEN-BY: 123/140 150 160 170 180 755 135/300 366 371 379 382 384 385 153/757
    SEEN-BY: 153/7715 154/10 218/700 222/2 230/150 152 240/1120 250/1 261/38 100
    SEEN-BY: 261/1466 266/512 267/155 275/100 282/1031 1056 1060 291/100 111 SEEN-BY: 320/119 219 340/400 341/66 396/45 640/1321 1384 712/848 801/161 189
    SEEN-BY: 2320/105 3634/0 12 15 24 27 50 119 5020/1042
    @PATH: 135/379 300 3634/12 261/38

    Pong!

    Un saludo,
    Angel Ripoll
    aripoll @ zruspas.org

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707 + HPT 1.9 + Binkd 1.1 en Debian
    * Origin: Synchronet - bbs.zruspas.org - Zruspa's BBS - (2:341/66)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664 to All on Thursday, August 06, 2020 17:27:03
    To: All

    Testing Mystic w/ NNTP

    --- Mystic BBS/NNTP v1.12 A46 2020/06/11 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Northern Realms BBS | bbs.nrbbs.net | Binbrook, ON (1:229/664)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664 to All on Thursday, August 06, 2020 17:36:09
    One More Test

    Jay

    .... Dental Plan! Lisa needs braces!

    --- Mystic BBS/NNTP v1.12 A46 2020/06/11 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Northern Realms BBS | bbs.nrbbs.net | Binbrook, ON (1:229/664)
  • From ib joe@1:342/200.1 to Jay Harris on Thursday, August 06, 2020 18:31:46
    On 06 Aug 2020, Jay Harris said the following...

    One More Test

    Jay

    .... Dental Plan! Lisa needs braces!

    got it...

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -= JoesBBS.Com =-

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Raspberry Pi/32)
    * Origin: Joe's BBS -=JoesBBS.Com=- (1:342/200.1)
  • From Angel Ripoll@2:341/66 to Jay Harris on Friday, August 07, 2020 13:57:00
    Hola Jay!

    06 Aug 20 17:27, Jay Harris escribi a All:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A46
    @MSGID: 1:229/664 51068b61
    @TZUTC: -0400
    To: All

    Testing Mystic w/ NNTP

    --- Mystic BBS/NNTP v1.12 A46 2020/06/11 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Northern Realms BBS | bbs.nrbbs.net | Binbrook, ON (1:229/664) SEEN-BY: 1/123 15/0 18/200 19/36 50/109 90/1 103/705 106/201 116/18 120/302 331
    SEEN-BY: 120/340 601 123/131 140 153/757 7715 154/10 203/0 218/700 221/0 1 6
    SEEN-BY: 221/360 222/2 226/16 30 227/114 229/101 200 275 424 426 452 664 1014
    SEEN-BY: 230/150 152 240/1120 5832 249/206 307 317 400 250/1 261/38 100 1466
    SEEN-BY: 266/512 267/155 275/100 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 288/100
    SEEN-BY: 291/100 111 292/854 8125 310/31 317/3 320/119 219 322/757 335/364 SEEN-BY: 340/400 341/66 342/200 396/45 423/81 120 463/68 467/888 640/1321 SEEN-BY: 712/848 770/1 801/161 188 189 2320/105 2452/250 3634/12 4500/1 SEEN-BY: 5000/111 5001/100 5005/49 5019/40 5020/846 1042 2140 4441 5054/8 SEEN-BY: 5064/56 5080/102 5083/444
    @PATH: 229/664 426 292/854 280/464 221/1 6 5020/1042 261/38

    Pong from Spain

    Un saludo,
    Angel Ripoll
    aripoll @ zruspas.org

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707 + HPT 1.9 + Binkd 1.1 en Debian
    * Origin: Synchronet - bbs.zruspas.org - Zruspa's BBS - (2:341/66)
  • From Angel Ripoll@2:341/66 to Jay Harris on Friday, August 07, 2020 13:57:40
    Hola Jay!

    06 Aug 20 17:36, Jay Harris escribi a All:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A46
    @MSGID: 1:229/664 51068c84
    @TZUTC: -0400
    One More Test

    Jay

    .... Dental Plan! Lisa needs braces!

    --- Mystic BBS/NNTP v1.12 A46 2020/06/11 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Northern Realms BBS | bbs.nrbbs.net | Binbrook, ON (1:229/664) SEEN-BY: 1/123 15/0 18/200 19/36 50/109 90/1 103/705 106/201 116/18 120/302 331
    SEEN-BY: 120/340 601 123/131 140 153/757 7715 154/10 203/0 218/700 221/0 6 360
    SEEN-BY: 222/2 226/16 30 227/114 229/101 200 275 424 426 452 664 1014 230/150
    SEEN-BY: 230/152 240/1120 5832 249/206 307 317 400 250/1 261/38 100 1466 SEEN-BY: 266/512 267/155 275/100 280/464 2000 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 SEEN-BY: 288/100 291/100 111 292/854 8125 310/31 317/3 320/119 219 322/757 SEEN-BY: 335/364 340/400 341/66 342/200 396/45 423/120 463/68 467/888 640/1321
    SEEN-BY: 712/848 770/1 801/161 189 2320/105 2452/250 3634/12 4500/1 5000/111
    SEEN-BY: 5001/100 5005/49 5019/40 5020/846 1042 2140 4441 5054/8 5064/56 SEEN-BY: 5075/35 5080/102 5083/444
    @PATH: 229/664 426 101 280/464 5555 221/6 5020/1042 261/38

    One more Pong from Spain ;)

    Un saludo,
    Angel Ripoll
    aripoll @ zruspas.org

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707 + HPT 1.9 + Binkd 1.1 en Debian
    * Origin: Synchronet - bbs.zruspas.org - Zruspa's BBS - (2:341/66)
  • From IB Joe@1:342/201 to All on Friday, August 07, 2020 11:54:59
    testing 1 2 3

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -=JoesBBS.com=-

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Joe's BBS -=JoesBBS.com=- (1:342/201)
  • From Nick Andre@1:229/426 to All on Friday, August 07, 2020 14:25:49
    Ya...

    Nick

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Black Lenovo's Matter (1:229/426)
  • From Angel Ripoll@2:341/66 to Ib Joe on Friday, August 07, 2020 23:45:32
    Hola Ib!

    07 Aug 20 11:54, IB Joe escribi a All:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A45
    @MSGID: 1:342/201 6461f12d
    @TZUTC: -0600
    testing 1 2 3

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -=JoesBBS.com=-

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/64)
    * Origin: Joe's BBS -=JoesBBS.com=- (1:342/201)
    SEEN-BY: 15/0 19/36 57/0 102/127 103/705 106/201 116/18 120/302 331 123/140
    SEEN-BY: 153/105 135 141 757 802 6809 7715 154/10 203/0 218/700 220/70 221/0 1
    SEEN-BY: 221/6 360 222/2 226/17 229/101 230/150 152 240/1120 5832 250/1 261/38
    SEEN-BY: 261/100 1466 266/512 267/67 155 800 275/100 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031
    SEEN-BY: 282/1056 1060 288/100 291/100 111 292/854 8125 310/31 317/3 320/119
    SEEN-BY: 320/219 335/364 340/400 1000 341/66 342/17 396/45 423/81 120 640/1321
    SEEN-BY: 712/848 770/0 1 100 330 340 772/0 1 210 220 230 500 801/161 189 SEEN-BY: 2320/105 2452/250 3634/12 4500/1 5020/1042
    @PATH: 342/201 200 229/426 317/3 770/1 280/464 221/1 6 153/757 261/38

    Pong!

    Un saludo,
    Angel Ripoll
    aripoll @ zruspas.org

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707 + HPT 1.9 + Binkd 1.1 en Debian
    * Origin: Synchronet - bbs.zruspas.org - Zruspa's BBS - (2:341/66)
  • From Angel Ripoll@2:341/66 to Nick Andre on Friday, August 07, 2020 23:47:08
    Hola Nick!

    07 Aug 20 14:25, Nick Andre escribi a All:

    @MSGID: 1:229/426 DB3E1E14
    @TZUTC: -0500
    Ya...

    Nick

    --- Renegade vY2Ka2
    * Origin: Black Lenovo's Matter (1:229/426)
    SEEN-BY: 1/123 15/0 18/200 19/36 50/109 90/1 103/705 106/201 116/18 120/302 331
    SEEN-BY: 120/340 123/131 140 153/757 7715 154/10 203/0 218/700 221/0 1 6 360
    SEEN-BY: 222/2 226/30 227/114 229/101 200 275 424 426 452 664 230/150 152 SEEN-BY: 240/1120 5832 249/206 307 317 400 250/1 261/38 100 1466 266/512 SEEN-BY: 267/155 275/100 280/464 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 288/100 291/100
    SEEN-BY: 291/111 292/854 8125 310/31 317/3 320/119 219 322/757 335/364 340/400
    SEEN-BY: 341/66 342/200 396/45 423/81 120 463/68 467/888 640/1321 712/848 770/1
    SEEN-BY: 801/161 189 2320/105 2452/250 3634/12 4500/1 5000/111 5001/100 5005/49
    SEEN-BY: 5019/40 5020/846 1042 2140 4441 5054/8 5064/56 5080/102 5083/444 @PATH: 229/426 101 280/464 221/1 6 5020/1042 261/38

    Ya what? :)

    Un saludo,
    Angel Ripoll
    aripoll @ zruspas.org

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707 + HPT 1.9 + Binkd 1.1 en Debian
    * Origin: Synchronet - bbs.zruspas.org - Zruspa's BBS - (2:341/66)
  • From Sean Dennis@1:18/200 to IB Joe on Friday, August 07, 2020 18:13:47
    Hello IB,

    Friday August 07 2020 11:54, you wrote to All:

    @TID: Mystic BBS 1.12 A45
    @MSGID: 1:342/201 6461f12d
    @TZUTC: -0600
    testing 1 2 3

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -=JoesBBS.com=-

    -+- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Windows/64)
    + Origin: Joe's BBS -=JoesBBS.com=- (1:342/201)
    SEEN+BY: 1/123 18/200 90/1 120/340 123/131 226/30 227/114 229/101
    SEEN+BY: 229/200 275 424 426 452 664 240/5832 249/206 307 317 400
    SEEN+BY: 292/854 317/3 322/757 342/200 201
    @PATH: 342/201 200 229/426

    Later,
    Sean

    --- GoldED/2 3.0.1
    * Origin: Outpost BBS * bbs.outpostbbs.net:10123 (1:18/200)
  • From Robert Wolfe@1:116/17 to Donnie on Sunday, August 09, 2020 12:39:44
    Testing Fido

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: Pro Audio Tech BBS (1:135/379)

    Made it here.

    ... Quite an interesting Tagline. Think I'll take it with me.
    --- Wildcat! v10.0.454.10 (May 26 2020), Editor Mod v2.1
    * Origin: Lean Angle BBS * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/17)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664 to All on Sunday, August 09, 2020 17:41:49
    Quick test. No need to reply.

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/08/06 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Northern Realms BBS | bbs.nrbbs.net | Binbrook, ON (1:229/664)
  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664 to All on Sunday, August 09, 2020 17:47:30
    One more quick test. No need to reply.

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 (Windows/32)
    * Origin: Northern Realms BBS | bbs.nrbbs.net | Binbrook, ON (1:229/664)
  • From Angel Ripoll@2:341/66 to Robert Wolfe on Monday, August 10, 2020 12:45:36
    Hola Robert!

    09 Aug 20 12:39, Robert Wolfe escribi a Donnie:

    @TID: PX/Win v7.0 PX28-1176M
    @MSGID: 1:116/17 6fa0ad83
    @TZUTC: -0500
    Testing Fido

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A45 2020/02/18 (Linux/64)
    * Origin: Pro Audio Tech BBS (1:135/379)

    Made it here.

    ... Quite an interesting Tagline. Think I'll take it with me.
    --- Wildcat! v10.0.454.10 (May 26 2020), Editor Mod v2.1
    * Origin: Lean Angle BBS * Southaven MS * winserver.org (1:116/17) SEEN-BY: 15/0 19/36 106/201 116/17 18 120/302 331 123/140 153/757 7715 218/50
    SEEN-BY: 218/700 222/2 230/150 152 240/1120 250/1 261/20 38 100 1466 266/512
    SEEN-BY: 267/155 275/100 282/1031 1056 1060 291/100 111 320/119 219 340/400
    SEEN-BY: 341/66 396/45 640/1321 712/848 801/161 189 2320/105 3634/12 5020/1042 @PATH: 116/17 18 261/38

    Pong!

    Un saludo,
    Angel Ripoll
    aripoll @ zruspas.org

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707 + HPT 1.9 + Binkd 1.1 en Debian
    * Origin: Synchronet - bbs.zruspas.org - Zruspa's BBS - (2:341/66)
  • From Warpslide@1:229/664.2 to All on Thursday, August 13, 2020 22:09:42
    Testing from Synchronet


    ... This is a test of the emergency tagline system
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  • From Jay Harris@1:229/664.2 to All on Thursday, August 13, 2020 22:19:20
    Forgot to set real names on Fido in that last message...

    Jay


    ... These automatic flowers won't do
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  • From IB Joe@1:342/201 to Jay Harris on Thursday, August 13, 2020 21:32:50
    On 13 Aug 2020, Jay Harris said the following...

    Forgot to set real names on Fido in that last message...

    Jay


    If you use an alias just make sure your real name is in your signnture

    :)

    IB Joe
    AKA Joe Schweier
    SysOp of Joe's BBS
    -=JoesBBS.com=-

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  • From Angel Ripoll@2:341/66 to Warpslide on Friday, August 14, 2020 13:07:14
    Hola Warpslide!

    13 Aug 20 22:09, Warpslide escribi a All:

    @TZUTC: -0400
    @MSGID: 1.fidonet_fidotest@1:229/664.2 239b2867
    @PID: Synchronet 3.18a-Linux Aug 11 2020 GCC 8.3.0
    @TID: SBBSecho 3.11-Linux r3.176 Aug 11 2020 GCC 8.3.0
    @CHRS: ASCII 1
    Testing from Synchronet


    ... This is a test of the emergency tagline system
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    SEEN-BY: 15/0 19/36 50/109 57/0 103/705 106/201 116/18 120/302 331 123/140 SEEN-BY: 153/757 7715 154/10 203/0 218/700 220/70 221/0 6 360 222/2 226/17 SEEN-BY: 229/101 230/150 152 240/1120 5832 250/1 261/38 100 1466 266/512 SEEN-BY: 267/155 800 275/100 280/464 2000 5003 5555 282/1031 1056 1060 288/100
    SEEN-BY: 291/100 111 292/854 8125 310/31 317/3 320/119 219 335/364 340/400 1000
    SEEN-BY: 341/66 396/45 423/120 460/58 463/68 467/888 640/1321 712/848 770/0 1
    SEEN-BY: 770/100 330 340 772/0 1 210 220 230 500 801/161 189 2320/105 2452/250
    SEEN-BY: 3634/12 4500/1 5000/111 5001/100 5005/49 5019/40 5020/846 1042 2140
    SEEN-BY: 5020/4441 5054/8 5064/56 5075/35 5080/102 5083/444
    @PATH: 229/664 426 317/3 770/1 280/464 5555 221/6 5020/1042 261/38

    Testing passed! :)

    Un saludo,
    Angel Ripoll
    aripoll @ zruspas.org

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