g00r00 wrote to Bill McGarrity <=-
As you know, MakeNL creates a *.MSG file attach. From what he tells me, Mystic doesn't handle *.MSG. Being I am familiar with SBBS and how it converts *.MSG to *.?UT for binkp, is there a toggle in Mystic that will
Mystic doesn't do anything with .MSG files.
Are you saying you are using 3rd party software to generate a .MSG file that has an attachment? Typically you'd generate those files in the node's filebox and it will send when you next speak.
I can build in something to process .MSG files if its needed, but I
want to make sure I fully understand the problem.
mark lewis wrote to Bill McGarrity <=-
04 May 16 17:03, you wrote to All:
I have a NC who just started using MakeNL to send me weekly segments.
As you know, MakeNL creates a *.MSG file attach. From what he tells
me, Mystic doesn't handle *.MSG. Being I am familiar with SBBS and
how it converts *.MSG to *.?UT for binkp, is there a toggle in Mystic
that will do the same. The reason I ask is without the netmail I
can't send him back a "receipt" which is important if he makes any
he needs a (3rd party) tool to pack that MSG and its attachment into
the BSO format... he needs to look for BSO tools that do this... old school tools that everyone seems to have forgotten about these days...
it is also not the first time that MSG support for a ""special""
netmail area has been asked for... that's really all that's needed in mystic... that plus the MSG processing code... it should be real easy since the message library code used has support for the popular message base formats ;)
g00r00 wrote to Al <=-
That is what I am doing now. Makenl creates a *.MSG with my net segment attached. I don't have anything right now to handle *.MSG so I moved that segment to his filebox and it goes to his system but no message is sent.
If what you want is the .MSG to get sent, then shouldn't you have both
the segment and the .MSG created in the filebox so that all of it is
I'm just not quite clear on why a function needs to be added into
Mystic for this, when filebox does the same thing?
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