[nos-bbs] handling old, less-than-perfect bulletin distributions

Boudewijn (Bob) Tenty bobtenty at gmail.com
Sat Aug 30 17:07:55 EDT 2014

allusa, usabbs, etc. are placed in the @usa area and redistributed as is..
That means that for instance @allusa remains @allusa.

It is the same for variants of @ww like @allww, etc.

I did catch most of the variants over the years and all my BBSes
(jnos, fbb, bpq) are forwarding all.


On 14-08-30 09:59 AM, Michael E Fox - N6MEF wrote:
> I’d like to get a feel for the prevailing school of thought on what to 
> do with bulletins that are addressed using a less-than perfect 
> distribution.
> For example:
> -- instead of @usa, I’ve seen:  allusa, usabbs, bbsusa, us, allus, 
> usbbs, …
> -- instead of @ww, I’ve seen:  allww, wwbbs, bbsww
> Is it considered better practice to refuse those or to accept them and 
> send them along?
> Thanks,
> Michael
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