SEAN DENNIS wrote to ALL <=-
I have two separate netmail areas in my BBS: the first is for Micronet
and the second is Fidonet. I have noticed with Multimail that it
doesn't seem to recognize two different netmail areas using Blue Wave.
I am not sure if this is an issue with MBSE's Blue Wave setup or not.
Do any of you have this issue?
With Telegard, I have several netmail areas setup in the TG message
areas and they all show up in Multimail, but not using Bluewave
packets, using QWK.
Sean Dennis wrote to Kevin Nunn <=-
My problem is that in Multimail, using Blue Wave, I have a Micronet netmail area and a Fidonet netmail area. Both show up in Multimail but when I try to respond to a Fidonet netmail message using the "N"
(netmail) function, Multimail goes to the Micronet netmail area instead
of the Fidonet netmail area as the Micronet area is listed first.
It does that here too, however ezycom is somehow able to figure out that it's a (in my case) micronet netmail (listed as the 5'th netmail base) and the message is crashed out correctly if I netmail you.
Sean Dennis wrote to Tiny <=-
I might work on porting Usurper to Linux ... just because I can. Of course, that also means DOS, OS/2, and Windows versions. :D
5.0.3 VB VM I made and I am considering creating a VMware VM of the Windows box using VMware's physical-to-VM conversion software. That Windows install has all of my favorite amateur radio software installed that I registered so it would be worth my while to keep it as a VM.
This way I can create DOS, OS/2 and 32-bit Windows doors on the ArcaOS
VM and 64-bit Windows doors on the W10 VM. My Slackware install is
64-bit so I'd have to find a 32-bit Linux distro somewhere so I could create 32-bit Linux doors if there's a demand for that.
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