This seems to be the place for inquiring minds to ask questions. This
may be off topic for this echo, but I've been told actually anything
I'm helping a programmer friend of mine fine tune a mail tosser. I've researched it on google, but can't find anything I quite understand.
I'll try to make this simple, as I want a somwhat simple answer. How
does a tosser tell the difference between a "Netmail" message and a "echomail" message. Is there a header file in the PKT that will distinguish it, or is it the actual name of the PKT file. What should
we look for so we can toss a netmail PKT message to a netmail
directory for reading.
On 2017-01-26 10:34:08, you wrote to All:
This seems to be the place for inquiring minds to ask questions. Thi may be off topic for this echo, but I've been told actually anything goes here.
This is more a kind of general chit chat area afaik. So I crossposted to t NET_DEV area.
You should find answers for these kind of questions in the ftsc documents. Echomail is defined in: http://ftsc.org/docs/fts-0004.001
You distinguish an echomail from a netmail by the 'Area line'. This will b first line in the message body, starting with "AREA:" followed by the area name.
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