[nos-bbs] JNOS 2.0f Messages

Bob Tenty bobtenty at gmail.com
Tue Feb 24 20:05:26 EST 2009

It can..

Couple of examples for the imaginary vd3abc server

*@vd3abc.ampr.org  $1
*@vd3abc           $1
*@vd3abc.*         $1
*@vd3abc-5*        $1
*@vd3abc-6*        $1

So this catches mail addressed to "xx9xx at vd3abc" for example and tries 
to store it in mailbox "xx9xx"

If xx9xx is allowed to receive mail it will be stored, otherwise it is 
returned to sender by the mail daemon.

Above examples doesn't effect things mailed  with "s xx9xx" or "sp 
xx9xx", so without the '@'

You can even redirect those to another mailbox.



Raymond Quinn wrote:
> I should check the rewrite file if they remain in the mqueue
> Also make sure that the hostname properly resolves.
> Thanks for the reply. Does the rewrite file also manipulate the messages
> left for local bbs users or just messages that need to be forwarded or
> moved?
> 73 de Ray Quinn W6RAY
> Visalia, CA DM06
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