[nos-bbs] Sending a file (.csv)

Brett Friermood brett.friermood at gmail.com
Mon Oct 15 21:41:56 EDT 2012

Alright. Even though that opens up a whole other can of worms it does
help get me pointed in the right direction.

As I was typing this, though, I got to thinking about copying from
terminal to terminal and believe this would work. Just open the file
in another terminal alongside JNOS and copy using the "third mouse
button" method into a message in JNOS.

Any reason this would not work? From what I can tell with a quick
little test between terminal windows it looks like what I need. At
least in the interim.

I believe most of the other users in the exercise use hyperterminal to
interface with their TNC and would send the file by going to
file>open. Which I believe just "copies" the file in a similar way to
how I am suggesting.

Apologize for my rambling.

On Mon, Oct 15, 2012 at 8:04 PM, Bill Vodall <wa7nwp at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Brett,
>> 1. It looks like it but this would be run from the console and not an
>> active session, correct?
> As I remember it that is correct.
>> 2. If I am connecting through an intermediate station to get to the
>> BBS, can this command still be used?
> I believe this 'sends the mail to an address'..   How that address is
> used to forward the message either via SMPT to another Email server or
> via BBS forwarding depends on how you have the rewrite rules (and or
> Alias and forward.bbs) set up.   That's the magic, and mystery, of
> JNOS - it's so rich (and confusing) in how to handle messages.
> 73
> Bill - WA7NWP
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