• Netmail delivery

    From Khronos@VERT/CWSHACK to All on Tue May 9 13:18:14 2023
    What area do I look in my system to see how netmail delivery is being handled? I believe that netmail messages may only be routing out to my hub a few times a day instead of when the message is generated.
    Echomail works ine I am just having issues with sending / receiving of netmail.

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Khronos on Tue May 9 11:58:37 2023
    Re: Netmail delivery
    By: Khronos to All on Tue May 09 2023 01:18 pm

    What area do I look in my system to see how netmail delivery is being handled?

    data/sbbsecho.log
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  • From Khronos@VERT to Digital Man on Tue May 9 15:17:31 2023
    Hi,
    The sbbsecho.log file does show some netmail events, but what I am saying is I do not know how to force a netmail send / receive.
    I sent some netmail to a user on another system and it did not send this out for a few hours.
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  • From Khronos@VERT/CWSHACK to Digital Man on Tue May 9 22:00:56 2023
    Re: Netmail delivery
    By: Digital Man to Khronos on Tue May 09 2023 11:58:37

    What area do I look in my system to see how netmail delivery is being handled?

    data/sbbsecho.log

    I checked my sbbsecho.log file and I see that there is a lot of time from the time I wrote my netmail messages and the time that they were sent out.
    How do I tell the system to send out my echomail and netmail as soon as I created it from the message areas or netmail area?

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Khronos on Wed May 10 13:59:04 2023
    Re: Netmail delivery
    By: Khronos to Digital Man on Tue May 09 2023 03:17 pm

    Hi,
    The sbbsecho.log file does show some netmail events, but what I am saying is I do not know how to force a netmail send / receive.
    I sent some netmail to a user on another system and it did not send this out for a few hours.

    Was the netmail routed or sent direct? (the sbbsecho.log file should indicate that).
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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Khronos on Wed May 10 14:01:39 2023
    Re: Netmail delivery
    By: Khronos to Digital Man on Tue May 09 2023 10:00 pm

    Re: Netmail delivery
    By: Digital Man to Khronos on Tue May 09 2023 11:58:37

    What area do I look in my system to see how netmail delivery is being handled?

    data/sbbsecho.log

    I checked my sbbsecho.log file and I see that there is a lot of time from the time I wrote my netmail messages and the time that they were sent out. How do I tell the system to send out my echomail and netmail as soon as I created it from the message areas or netmail area?

    Check that SCFG->Networks->FidoNet->NetMail Semaphore is set to "%jfidoout.now" and that you have the "FIDOOUT" timed event configured (and enabled) in SCFG->External Programs->Timed Events.
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  • From poindexter FORTRAN@VERT/REALITY to Khronos on Wed May 10 06:28:00 2023
    Khronos wrote to All <=-

    What area do I look in my system to see how netmail delivery is being handled? I believe that netmail messages may only be routing out to my
    hub a few times a day instead of when the message is generated.
    Echomail works ine I am just having issues with sending / receiving of netmail.

    I think you'd need to define your hub as crash in echocfg, so any time
    mail is present it'd be sent out -- otherwise it'd go out with the
    binkout event when it fired off?



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