• hello

    From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Richard Williamson on Tue Dec 1 12:34:46 2020
    Hi Richard!

    30 Nov 2020 17:12, from Richard Williamson -> all:

    hello

    Hi back!

    CU, Ricsi

    ... We have all the rights in the world - until we try to use them.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: Every little BYTE helps. (2:310/31)
  • From August Abolins@2:460/58 to Richard Menedetter on Tue Dec 1 16:24:11 2020
    2:310/31 5fc62a61
    Hi Richard!

    30 Nov 2020 17:12, from Richard Williamson -> all:

    hello

    Hi back!

    CU, Ricsi

    ... We have all the rights in the world - until we try to use them.

    RW's original didn't seem to make the trip to Telegram. :(


    --- tg BBS v0.6.2
    * Origin: Fido by Telegram BBS by Stas Mishchenkov (2:460/58)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to August Abolins on Tue Dec 1 14:32:04 2020
    Hi August!

    01 Dec 2020 16:24, from August Abolins -> Richard Menedetter:

    30 Nov 2020 17:12, from Richard Williamson -> all:
    hello
    RW's original didn't seem to make the trip to Telegram. :(

    Here are the seen-bys:
    SEEN+BY: 19/38 103/705 106/633 124/5014 5016 130/803 203/0 221/0 240/5832 SEEN+BY: 261/38 280/464 292/8125 310/31 387/25 26 396/45 423/120 460/58
    @PATH: 387/25 396/45 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Things should be as simple as possible, but not simpler. -Albert Einstein --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: All hope abandon, ye who enter messages here. (2:310/31)
  • From August Abolins@2:460/58 to Richard Menedetter on Tue Dec 1 16:39:19 2020
    2:310/31 5fc64636
    Hi August!

    01 Dec 2020 16:24, from August Abolins -> Richard Menedetter:

    30 Nov 2020 17:12, from Richard Williamson -> all:
    hello
    RW's original didn't seem to make the trip to Telegram. :(

    Here are the seen-bys:
    SEEN\+BY: 19/38 103/705 106/633 124/5014 5016 130/803 203/0 221/0 240/5832 SEEN\+BY: 261/38 280/464 292/8125 310/31 387/25 26 396/45 423/120 460/58 @PATH: 387/25 396/45 280/464

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Things should be as simple as possible, but not simpler. -Albert Einstein

    Thanks Richard. Maybe I deleted it in the TgM app on my side.

    BTW, TgM is really cool with tracking history and posts. S)earching for a message based on a string is amazing.


    --- tg BBS v0.6.2
    * Origin: Fido by Telegram BBS by Stas Mishchenkov (2:460/58)
  • From Charles Pierson@1:153/757.26 to August Abolins on Tue Dec 1 13:50:37 2020
    On 01 Dec 2020, August Abolins said the following...

    2:310/31 5fc62a61
    Hi Richard!

    30 Nov 2020 17:12, from Richard Williamson -> all:

    hello

    Hi back!

    CU, Ricsi

    ... We have all the rights in the world - until we try to use them.

    RW's original didn't seem to make the trip to Telegram. :(


    I see things like that all of the time in most networks.

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/08/26 (Raspberry Pi/32)
    * Origin: The Oasis BBS HOUSTON TX theoasisbbs.ddns.net (1:153/757.26)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Charles Pierson on Wed Dec 2 14:13:50 2020
    Hi Charles!

    01 Dec 2020 13:50, from Charles Pierson -> August Abolins:

    I see things like that all of the time in most networks.

    That is definitely not normal.
    I would say it is high time that you add some more links for echomail distribution!

    @August
    Need to take a closer look at Fido Telegram integration.
    Always postpone it ...

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Frigerobics: bending and stretching while looking in the fridge.
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: On the other hand, you also have 5 fingers. (2:310/31)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Richard Menedetter on Wed Dec 2 14:32:23 2020
    Hi Richard,

    On 2020-12-02 14:13:50, you wrote to Charles Pierson:

    I see things like that all of the time in most networks.

    That is definitely not normal.
    I would say it is high time that you add some more links for echomail distribution!

    That's difficult for a point! You need a different point number for each link, and need to keep the configs separate, and read "all" echomail areas in each setup... Which wouldn't be practical.

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Brother Rabbit@2:460/58 to Wilfred van Velzen on Wed Dec 2 16:43:12 2020
    2:280/464 5fc797db
    Hi Richard,

    On 2020-12-02 14:13:50, you wrote to Charles Pierson:

    I see things like that all of the time in most networks.

    That is definitely not normal.
    I would say it is high time that you add some more links for echomail distribution!

    That's difficult for a point! You need a different point number for each link, and need to keep the configs separate, and read "all" echomail areas in each setup... Which wouldn't be practical.

    Bye, Wilfred.

    I can easily give August the node number if he wants to and can establish a connection with me. ;)


    --- tg BBS v0.6.2
    * Origin: Fido by Telegram BBS by Stas Mishchenkov (2:460/58)
  • From Charles Pierson@1:153/757.26 to Wilfred van Velzen on Wed Dec 2 14:32:44 2020
    On 02 Dec 2020, Wilfred van Velzen said the following...

    Hi Richard,

    On 2020-12-02 14:13:50, you wrote to Charles Pierson:

    I see things like that all of the time in most networks.

    That is definitely not normal.
    I would say it is high time that you add some more links for echomail distribution!

    That's difficult for a point! You need a different point number for each link, and need to keep the configs separate, and read "all" echomail
    areas in each setup... Which wouldn't be practical.


    In theory it would be possible, but yes cumbersome. I'm not sure exactly how
    it would work. Either seperate Message groups for each point connection, or
    one Group for all Fido points. If one Group, I suppose the outbound would
    be defaulted to whichever point was setup first. But I'm not sure if it
    would cause duplicate messages.

    f

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/08/26 (Raspberry Pi/32)
    * Origin: The Oasis BBS HOUSTON TX theoasisbbs.ddns.net (1:153/757.26)
  • From Charles Pierson@1:153/757.26 to Brother Rabbit on Wed Dec 2 14:38:35 2020
    On 02 Dec 2020, Brother Rabbit said the following...
    I can easily give August the node number if he wants to and can
    establish a connection with me. ;)


    Actually, I think that they are referring to me right now..

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/08/26 (Raspberry Pi/32)
    * Origin: The Oasis BBS HOUSTON TX theoasisbbs.ddns.net (1:153/757.26)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Brother Rabbit on Wed Dec 2 16:05:41 2020
    Hi Brother,

    On 2020-12-02 16:43:12, you wrote to me:

    That is definitely not normal.
    I would say it is high time that you add some more links for
    echomail
    distribution!

    That's difficult for a point! You need a different point number for
    each link, and need to keep the configs separate, and read "all"
    echomail areas in each setup... Which wouldn't be practical.

    Bye, Wilfred.

    I can easily give August the node number if he wants to and can establish a
    connection with me. ;)

    August or Charles could get a node number in Z1, if they wanted to... ;)

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Charles Pierson on Wed Dec 2 16:06:45 2020
    Hi Charles,

    On 2020-12-02 14:32:44, you wrote to me:

    That's difficult for a point! You need a different point number for
    each link, and need to keep the configs separate, and read "all"
    echomail areas in each setup... Which wouldn't be practical.

    In theory it would be possible, but yes cumbersome. I'm not sure
    exactly how it would work. Either seperate Message groups for each
    point connection, or one Group for all Fido points. If one Group, I suppose the outbound would be defaulted to whichever point was setup first. But I'm not sure if it would cause duplicate messages.

    As a point you can't route mail. So you have to make sure that incoming messages on 1 link aren't send out on the other. And if you write a message yourself you have to make sure it only goes out on 1 connection, otherwise you would send out dupes which have different origin pointnumbers, which probably makes them difficult as dupes, which would be annoying. So probably not easy to configure in most tossers (if at all possible).

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Wilfred van Velzen on Wed Dec 2 19:01:42 2020
    Hi Wilfred!

    02 Dec 2020 14:32, from Wilfred van Velzen -> Richard Menedetter:

    I see things like that all of the time in most networks.
    That is definitely not normal.
    I would say it is high time that you add some more links for
    echomail distribution!
    That's difficult for a point!

    Ups ... did not look.
    Thought he is a node.

    Well then search for a node that has better links, and get a point there ;)

    CU, Ricsi

    ... I refuse to have a battle of wits with an unarmed opponent!
    --- GoldED+/LNX
    * Origin: You say I'm a bastard like it's a bad thing. (2:310/31)
  • From Charles Pierson@1:153/757.26 to Wilfred van Velzen on Wed Dec 2 18:57:07 2020
    On 02 Dec 2020, Wilfred van Velzen said the following...
    As a point you can't route mail. So you have to make sure that incoming messages on 1 link aren't send out on the other. And if you write a message yourself you have to make sure it only goes out on 1 connection, otherwise you would send out dupes which have different origin pointnumbers, which probably makes them difficult as dupes, which would
    be annoying. So probably not easy to
    configure in most tossers (if at all possible).

    Possibly. I'm learning as I go. Currently, I have one othernet and one point connected to this program. I'm not sure, but it could be possible that I
    could connect another point, and any identical echoes would receive messages from both points, but the outbound I believe is already configured to this point address. I'm not sure. I could also wind up with duplicate echos.

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/08/26 (Raspberry Pi/32)
    * Origin: The Oasis BBS HOUSTON TX theoasisbbs.ddns.net (1:153/757.26)
  • From Charles Pierson@1:153/757.26 to Richard Menedetter on Wed Dec 2 19:11:29 2020
    On 02 Dec 2020, Richard Menedetter said the following...
    That's difficult for a point!

    Ups ... did not look.
    Thought he is a node.

    Well then search for a node that has better links, and get a point there ;)


    I actually have 6 or 7 point addresses. Only this one is currently set up on this software at this time.

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/08/26 (Raspberry Pi/32)
    * Origin: The Oasis BBS HOUSTON TX theoasisbbs.ddns.net (1:153/757.26)
  • From Charles Pierson@1:153/757.26 to Wilfred van Velzen on Wed Dec 2 20:44:57 2020
    On 02 Dec 2020, Wilfred van Velzen said the following...
    As a point you can't route mail. So you have to make sure that incoming

    This is a test. I've linked 2 points now that have this echo. If I am
    correct, this should only go out from my 1:153/757.26 point address.

    --- Mystic BBS v1.12 A46 2020/08/26 (Raspberry Pi/32)
    * Origin: The Oasis BBS HOUSTON TX theoasisbbs.ddns.net (1:153/757.26)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Charles Pierson on Wed Dec 2 23:04:46 2020
    Hi Charles,

    On 2020-12-02 18:57:07, you wrote to me:

    As a point you can't route mail. So you have to make sure that
    incoming messages on 1 link aren't send out on the other. And if you
    write a message yourself you have to make sure it only goes out on 1
    connection, otherwise you would send out dupes which have different
    origin pointnumbers, which probably makes them difficult as dupes,
    which would be annoying. So probably not easy to configure in most
    tossers (if at all possible).

    Possibly. I'm learning as I go. Currently, I have one othernet and one point connected to this program. I'm not sure, but it could be possible that I could connect another point, and any identical echoes would receive messages from both points, but the outbound I believe is already configured
    to this point address. I'm not sure. I could also wind up with duplicate echos.

    I think it would be smart, not to try this! ;)

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Charles Pierson on Wed Dec 2 23:05:26 2020
    Hi Charles,

    On 2020-12-02 20:44:57, you wrote to me:

    As a point you can't route mail. So you have to make sure that
    incoming

    This is a test. I've linked 2 points now that have this echo. If I am correct, this should only go out from my 1:153/757.26 point address.

    * Origin: The Oasis BBS HOUSTON TX theoasisbbs.ddns.net
    (1:153/757.26)

    Correct...

    Bye, Wilfred.

    --- FMail-lnx64 2.1.0.18-B20170815
    * Origin: FMail development HQ (2:280/464)
  • From Stas Mishchenkov@2:460/5858 to Wilfred van Velzen on Thu Dec 3 01:34:28 2020
    Hi, Wilfred!

    02 дек 20 16:05, Wilfred van Velzen -> Brother Rabbit:

    I can easily give August the node number if he wants to and can
    establish
    a connection with me. ;)

    August or Charles could get a node number in Z1, if they wanted to... ;)

    Crimea is the island of freedom. We do not segregate by nationality, skin color, origin or place of residence. ;)
    Any person on Earth can be a node in net 460.

    BTW, only a white heterosexual man can be a biker. ;)
    Feel the difference. ;););)

    Have nice nights.
    Stas Mishchenkov.

    --- "Потом" - утешительная форма "никогда".
    * Origin: Lame Users Breeding. Simferopol, Crimea. (2:460/5858)
  • From Stas Mishchenkov@2:460/5858 to Charles Pierson on Thu Dec 3 01:45:28 2020
    Hi, Charles!

    02 дек 20 19:11, Charles Pierson -> Richard Menedetter:

    I actually have 6 or 7 point addresses. Only this one is currently set
    up on this software at this time.

    I don't understand why you need so much headache in one glass. Have you already thought about the node number?

    Have nice nights.
    Stas Mishchenkov.

    --- Всё, что ты хочешь, находится на обратной стороне страха.
    * Origin: Lame Users Breeding. Simferopol, Crimea. (2:460/5858)
  • From Richard Williamson@1:387/25 to all on Mon Nov 30 17:12:59 2020
    hello
    --- SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
    * Origin: (1:387/25)