I'd also lose the ability to move from Windows to Linux at some point, which was a driving force in moving away from Radius/Allfix.
I'd also lose the ability to move from Windows to Linux at some point, KW>> which was a driving force in moving away from Radius/Allfix.
I went back to my OS/2 setup because if the mail goes down, the BBS doesn't. and vice versa. I just didn't like having a monolithic system. I guess too many years of "separate but together" got to me. ALLFIX will be good once I get it set up. It will add a lot of functionality to my system.
As a RC/NC, it's nice to be able to route mail on the fly and see who
has mail backed up. That's another thing I miss about the old setup.
I miss the functionality of Allfix (like supporting passthrough areas
and reporting) but on my older XP systems I'd have a memory issue where it'd just hang, or pretend to run and then nothing would happen. I'm on Windows 10/32, maybe it might work on a newer OS.
I just came off of a stint of going back to Telegard/Allfix/FastEcho
(my NUC died) - one thing to keep in mind is Allfix only seems to
support 8.3 filenames.
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