Digital Man wrote to Bill McGarrity <=-
By: Bill McGarrity to digital man on Mon Jul 06 2015 12:44 pm
Quick question if I may.
Does sbbsecho conform to the SRIF standard when someone FREQ's a file?
If not, does it do anything that will create a .REQ file?
Reason I ask is somene is FREQ'ing a file from Synch and it comes in as netmail only and doesn't allow binkd to run the EXEc command to call ALLFIX.
I think normally you run a program to scan your netmail folder to find
the requests and respond accordingly.
Can sbbsecho be configured to call ALLFIX if it sees a netmail to ALLFIX?
No, but you could configure Synchronet to run ALLFIX periodically to
scan your netmail folder.
Joe Delahaye wrote to Bill McGarrity <=-
By: Bill McGarrity to Joe Delahaye on Tue Jul 07 2015 12:42:00
Joe, the problem is the sender is not generating a *.REQ file. I have the exec command set in binkd to trigger ALLFIX when it sees that file but if his system doesn't send it, nada. The sender was using an older version of binkd, 1.0.4 if I can rememeber correctly and from reading on the properties of SRIF, it maybe the mailer that generates the *.REQ file when it sees a netmail with FREQ in the subject. Still working on it.
So did you figure out what happened with my routed request that you
asked me to send? I'm pretty sure you and I have compatible versions
of Binkd <G>
Poindexter Fortran wrote to echicken <=-
Re: Re: SRIF?
By: echicken to Poindexter Fortran on Fri Jul 10 2015 09:39 am
They should take the appropriate tact and follow a strict regiment when it comes to grammers.
That's what I said.
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