Lets say for example, there is Netmail waiting for 1:229/427. The
Base36 Queue entry looks like this: C:\QUEUE\N-00106D.0BV. Now if 1:229/427 polls here via BinkD, I would like BinkD to send that as 00E501AB.PKT.
All I can tell is that there are two ways to do this, as per FSP-1034
(I think thats the name).
List it in an appropriate FLO file or make a "?ut" file.
The problem is that I do not see a way to do filename translation in
the FLO file. In other words, ^C:\QUEUE\N-00106D.0BV would be sent as-is to the remote system, and obviously that remote system won't toss it as it
is not ArcMail, no tosser would understand what to do with a "*.0BV" file.
So looking at the "?ut" method, I do see that the contents will be
sent as dynamically-named *.PKT files to the remote system, but that
does not take into account compressed ArcMail....
so uncompressed PKT files would in theory work
but I'm back to square one dealing with how to send compressed ArcMail-named files on the fly.
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