OpenBCM V1.06 (Linux)

Packet Radio Mailbox

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:: SMTP ::
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(only Linux/Win32)

BCM has a TCP/IP mail interface since version 1.39n. This means that
email can be sent via TCP/IP-SMTP to packet radio network. Mails are
automatically converted to packet radio conditions. To read mails
via TCP/IP use POP3 protocol (see HELP POP3).

   * To connect to SMTP server use port number 8025 (default, ask sysop
     if he set to other portnumber). To send mails via SMTP you have
     to use a correct mail address, e.g. dg9mhz@db0aab.#bay.deu.eu.
     You can send mail to other user with valid call or to boardnames.
     SMTP server supports 100 different recipients for each mail.
   * To read mail, use POP3 protocol (default port number is 8110).
     To connect use same login and password as for HTTP server
     (see HELP HTTP). Binary and 7plus files are automatically converted
     to Base64 format.

See also HELP SMTP CONFIG

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