• Sending netmail

    From Khronos@VERT/CWSHACK to All on Wed Apr 12 20:18:56 2023
    Here is what I get from my system when I send a message outbound to a node for netmail instead of echomail.
    20:07:53 SBBSecho 3.20-Linux master/ed989b83b Apr 11 2023 GCC 11.3.0 (PID 1135) invoked with options: -ni
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Configured: 7 archivers, 2 linked-nodes, 1 echolists 2023-04-12 20:07:53 NetMail directory: /sbbs/fido/netmail/
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Secure Inbound directory: /home/sbbs/sbbs/fido/inbound/ 2023-04-12 20:07:53 Non-secure Inbound directory: /home/sbbs/sbbs/fido/nonsecure/
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Outbound (BSO root) directory: /home/sbbs/sbbs/fido/outbound
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Read 26 areas from ../data/areas.bbs
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Read 0 areas from ../data/badareas.lst
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Read 14 echo statistics from ../data/echostats.ini 2023-04-12 20:07:53 Exporting NetMail message #19 from Tom Moore to Scott Daniels (21:2/147)
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Created NetMail (2.msg) from Tom Moore (21:2/153) to Scott Daniels (21:2/147), attr: 0181, subject: Test netmail
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Packing NetMail (2.msg) from Tom Moore (21:2/153) to Scott Daniels (21:2/147), attr: 0181, subject: Test netmail
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Routing NetMail (2.msg) to 21:2/100
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Node (21:2/100) successfully locked via: ../fido/outbound/00020064.bsy
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Adding NetMail (2.msg) to new packet for 21:2/100: ../fido/outbound/00020064.out2023-04-12 20:07:53 Deleting /sbbs/fido/netmail/2.msg (from line 5338)
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Touching outgoing semfile: ../data/binkout.now
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Writing 0 areas to ../data/badareas.lst
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Deleting ../fido/outbound/00020064.bsy (from line 2957) 2023-04-12 20:07:53 Deleting /sbbs/ctrl/sbbsecho.bsy (from line 2963) 2023-04-12 20:07:53 SBBSecho (PID 1135) exiting with error level 0, NetMail(0 imported, 1 exported,
    1 packed)

    It seems that the routing isn't taking place.

    Tom

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Khronos on Wed Apr 12 17:36:33 2023
    Re: Sending netmail
    By: Khronos to All on Wed Apr 12 2023 08:18 pm

    Here is what I get from my system when I send a message outbound to a node for netmail instead of echomail.
    20:07:53 SBBSecho 3.20-Linux master/ed989b83b Apr 11 2023 GCC 11.3.0 (PID 1135) invoked with options: -ni
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Configured: 7 archivers, 2 linked-nodes, 1 echolists 2023-04-12 20:07:53 NetMail directory: /sbbs/fido/netmail/
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Secure Inbound directory: /home/sbbs/sbbs/fido/inbound/ 2023-04-12 20:07:53 Non-secure Inbound directory: /home/sbbs/sbbs/fido/nonsecure/
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Outbound (BSO root) directory: /home/sbbs/sbbs/fido/outbound
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Read 26 areas from ../data/areas.bbs
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Read 0 areas from ../data/badareas.lst
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Read 14 echo statistics from ../data/echostats.ini 2023-04-12 20:07:53 Exporting NetMail message #19 from Tom Moore to Scott Daniels (21:2/147)
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Created NetMail (2.msg) from Tom Moore (21:2/153) to Scott Daniels (21:2/147), attr: 0181, subject: Test netmail
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Packing NetMail (2.msg) from Tom Moore (21:2/153) to Scott Daniels (21:2/147), attr: 0181, subject: Test netmail
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Routing NetMail (2.msg) to 21:2/100
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Node (21:2/100) successfully locked via: ../fido/outbound/00020064.bsy
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Adding NetMail (2.msg) to new packet for 21:2/100: ../fido/outbound/00020064.out2023-04-12 20:07:53 Deleting /sbbs/fido/netmail/2.msg (from line 5338)
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Touching outgoing semfile: ../data/binkout.now 2023-04-12 20:07:53 Writing 0 areas to ../data/badareas.lst
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Deleting ../fido/outbound/00020064.bsy (from line 2957) 2023-04-12 20:07:53 Deleting /sbbs/ctrl/sbbsecho.bsy (from line 2963) 2023-04-12 20:07:53 SBBSecho (PID 1135) exiting with error level 0, NetMail(0 imported, 1 exported,
    1 packed)

    It seems that the routing isn't taking place.

    I'm not clear what you're expecting to happen. The "Routing NetMail" log messages mean the messages you sent to 21:2/153 were routed to (your uplink, presumably) at 2:2/100. The routing took place (as you have it configured in sbbsecho.ini) based on that log output. <shrug>
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  • From Khronos@VERT/CWSHACK to Digital Man on Wed Apr 12 21:19:57 2023
    Re: Sending netmail
    By: Digital Man to Khronos on Wed Apr 12 2023 17:36:33

    So are you saying that the messages are being dropped after I pass them off to the hub?

    Tom

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  • From Gamgee@VERT/PALANTIR to Khronos on Wed Apr 12 20:18:45 2023
    Re: Sending netmail
    By: Khronos to All on Wed Apr 12 2023 08:18 pm

    Here is what I get from my system when I send a message outbound to a node for netmail instead of echomail.
    20:07:53 SBBSecho 3.20-Linux master/ed989b83b Apr 11 2023 GCC 11.3.0 (PID 1135) invoked with options: -ni
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Configured: 7 archivers, 2 linked-nodes, 1 echolists 2023-04-12 20:07:53 NetMail directory: /sbbs/fido/netmail/
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Secure Inbound directory: /home/sbbs/sbbs/fido/inbound/ 2023-04-12 20:07:53 Non-secure Inbound directory: /home/sbbs/sbbs/fido/nonsecure/
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Outbound (BSO root) directory: /home/sbbs/sbbs/fido/outbound
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Read 26 areas from ../data/areas.bbs
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Read 0 areas from ../data/badareas.lst
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Read 14 echo statistics from ../data/echostats.ini 2023-04-12 20:07:53 Exporting NetMail message #19 from Tom Moore to Scott Daniels (21:2/147)
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Created NetMail (2.msg) from Tom Moore (21:2/153) to Scott Daniels (21:2/147), attr: 0181, subject: Test netmail
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Packing NetMail (2.msg) from Tom Moore (21:2/153) to Scott Daniels (21:2/147), attr: 0181, subject: Test netmail
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Routing NetMail (2.msg) to 21:2/100
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Node (21:2/100) successfully locked via: ../fido/outbound/00020064.bsy
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Adding NetMail (2.msg) to new packet for 21:2/100: ../fido/outbound/00020064.out2023-04-12 20:07:53 Deleting /sbbs/fido/netmail/2.msg (from line 5338)
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Touching outgoing semfile: ../data/binkout.now 2023-04-12 20:07:53 Writing 0 areas to ../data/badareas.lst
    2023-04-12 20:07:53 Deleting ../fido/outbound/00020064.bsy (from line 2957) 2023-04-12 20:07:53 Deleting /sbbs/ctrl/sbbsecho.bsy (from line 2963) 2023-04-12 20:07:53 SBBSecho (PID 1135) exiting with error level 0, NetMail(0 imported, 1 exported,
    1 packed)

    It seems that the routing isn't taking place.

    Not sure what you're seeing there that isn't right.

    Looks perfectly normal to me.

    You didn't answer the reply I sent to you in FSXnet, but I did receive the netmail you sent me (and replied back to you).

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Khronos on Wed Apr 12 19:59:59 2023
    Re: Sending netmail
    By: Khronos to Digital Man on Wed Apr 12 2023 09:19 pm

    Re: Sending netmail
    By: Digital Man to Khronos on Wed Apr 12 2023 17:36:33

    So are you saying that the messages are being dropped after I pass them off to the hub?

    Your hub is supposed to send them on to their destination node, yes.
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  • From poindexter FORTRAN@VERT/REALITY to Khronos on Thu Apr 13 00:09:49 2023
    Re: Sending netmail
    By: Khronos to All on Wed Apr 12 2023 08:18 pm

    It seems that the routing isn't taking place.

    Do you have an entry in echocfg for 21:ALL? It looks like you're trying to route your mail to your hub.

    If you enter a linked node entry for 21:ALL, you can configure any previously unconfigured node to either route to your hub or set to crash.

    ...How does this work, is there an orientation?
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  • From Khronos@VERT/CWSHACK to Digital Man on Thu Apr 13 06:16:21 2023
    Re: Sending netmail
    By: Digital Man to Khronos on Wed Apr 12 2023 19:59:59

    Hi,
    It does appear that my netmail seems to be working now in both directions as I have received and responded to a couple of private messages.
    Should I have different directories for each type of ftn I am hooked up too? Right now everything says fidonet for the directory structure based on what the wizard setup for me, but am just wondering what is better if I have multiple networks connected to the system.

    Thanks,
    Tom

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  • From Khronos@VERT/CWSHACK to Digital Man on Thu Apr 13 07:27:09 2023
    Re: Sending netmail
    By: Digital Man to Khronos on Wed Apr 12 2023 19:59:59

    Hi,
    It seems that after looking at the logs indetail I had a message that was backed up in the mailer's queue.
    It was addressed to someone in zone 3 of fidonet and I do not have a connection to that network yet.
    I will watch out for this though.

    Tom

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Khronos on Thu Apr 13 10:43:48 2023
    Re: Sending netmail
    By: Khronos to Digital Man on Thu Apr 13 2023 06:16 am

    Re: Sending netmail
    By: Digital Man to Khronos on Wed Apr 12 2023 19:59:59

    Hi,
    It does appear that my netmail seems to be working now in both directions as I have received and responded to a couple of private messages.
    Should I have different directories for each type of ftn I am hooked up too?

    No, that's not necessary.

    Right now everything says fidonet for the directory structure based on what the wizard setup for me, but am just wondering what is better if I have multiple networks connected to the system.

    That's fine. Your "other nets" just look like foreign FidoNet zones.
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  • From Khronos@VERT/CWSHACK to Digital Man on Fri Apr 14 18:25:16 2023
    Re: Sending netmail
    By: Digital Man to Khronos on Thu Apr 13 2023 10:43:48

    Hi,
    I am sorry for the annoying posts about netmail not working for me.
    I was an idiot. The bbs I was sending mail towards had my netmail forwarded to my Gmail and those messages were ending up in spam.
    i checked my spam today and I had about 10 test messages in my spam folder that were for the other system.
    I disabled the netmail to e-mail forwarding and everything checks out.
    Now back to working on figuring out how file areas work.

    Tom

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