OpenBCM V1.06 (Linux)

Packet Radio Mailbox

ED1ZAC

[C.D.G. OpenBCM]

 Login: GUEST





  

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:: OPTION FORWARD ::
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These are all possible S&F options:

  -b<bytes>  maximum size of forward mails ( > 10k)
  -d         (delay) S&F only at set times of "crontab.bcm"
  -e         send E/M files with 4 lines in 1 frame (e.g. DB0SAO)
  -f         send empty line before start S&F (e.g. xNOS)
  -i         BoxBin mails are forwarded regardless of the capabilites of
             the receiving system (not useful in most cases)
  -k         no forward of autobin bulletins
  -l         no forward of autobin user mails
  -m         no forward of 7plus bulletins
  -n         no forward of 7plus user mails
  -o         entries are sorted by size (smallest at first)
  -p         suppress prompt after login (e.g. needed for DB0SAO)
  -r         send ONLY bulletins from "fwd.bcm" to S&F partner
  -s         SID is send immediately of connected BBS
  -t         tracing active (if "fwdtrace 2" is set)
  -u         connection is closed immediately, without this parameter S&F
             is waiting for some time if new mails can be forwarded

Note: You should use option "-l" and "-k" ONLY in that case, if S&F partner
can't handle 7plus or autobin mails, like shortwave gateways. Don't restrict
user mails without reason!

Parameter "-b" makes only sense, if S&F partner only supports ASCII S&F
protocol (from WA7MBL). Internally OpenBCM limits the size of one mail at the
moment to 10 MBytes. Every option must be separated through spaces, if
you use more than one.

See also HELP FWDTIMEOUT, HELP FWDTRACE and HELP FWDSSID.

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