OpenBCM V1.06 (Linux)

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:: REMERASE ::
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(only sysop, init.bcm)
Syntax: REM(ERASE) [<n>]
(default: 1)

The command REMERASE defines if remote erases are possible and how they are
handled. BCM and DPBox can exchange remote erase information. At BCM a remote
erase can be done with "ERASE -F" command.

There are following options:
  REMERASE 0    remote erase is disabled
  REMERASE 1    remote erase is enabled without any restrictions
  REMERASE 2    remote erase is only accepted, if mail was erased
                from same BBS where it was created
  REMERASE 3    remote erase is only accepted, if mail was erase
                from same BBS where it was accepted; mail is only
                purged after lifetime elapsed, so sysop has possiblity
                to unerase those mails

You can list remote erased mails with "CHECK -R". If you set "REMERASE 3"
and want to really erase those mails you have to do a "unerase <mail>"
and then do a "erase <mail>" again.

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