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 **MN - Scan for New Messages** **MN - Scan for New Messages**
  
-         Data: /G /P /M /NOLR /NOFROM /NOREAD +  ​Data: /G /P /M /NOLR /NOFROM /NOREAD 
-  ​Description: ​This menu command scans for new messages. The optional data field allows +  ​ 
-               ​for modifiers to the default behavior. ​ By default if no optional data +  ​This menu command scans for new messages. The optional data field allows 
-               ​is provided, Mystic will scan for all new messages in the user's current +  for modifiers to the default behavior. ​ By default if no optional data 
-               ​message group.+  is provided, Mystic will scan for all new messages in the user's current 
 +  message group.
                                
-               If /P is provided in optional data, Mystic will only scan for personal +  ​If /P is provided in optional data, Mystic will only scan for personal 
-               ​messages (messages From or To the user)+  messages (messages From or To the user)
                                
-               If /G is provided in optional data, Mystic will scan all message bases +  ​If /G is provided in optional data, Mystic will scan all message bases 
-               ​in all groups. ​+  in all groups. ​
                                                            
-               If /M is provided in optional data, Mystic will forced the user to read +  ​If /M is provided in optional data, Mystic will forced the user to read 
-               ​the new messages (mandatory read).+  the new messages (mandatory read)
 +               
 +  If /NOLR is provided, Mystic will not update the user's "last read"​ 
 +  message when performing the scan.
                                
-               If /NOLR is provided, Mystic will not update ​the user's "last read"​ +  The following commands augment ​the behavior of the /P personal ​scan 
-               ​message when performing ​the scan.+  option:
                                
-               The following commands augment ​the behavior ​of the /P personal scan +  If /NOFROM is provided, Mystic will only look at the To field when 
-               ​option:​+  scanning for new personal messages (instead ​of both To and From)
                                
-               If /NOFROM is provided, Mystic will only look at the To field when +  ​If /NOREAD is provided, Mystic will not show messages that have been 
-               ​scanning for new personal messages (instead of both To and From) +  flagged as "​Read"​ by the user. 
-                +
-               If /NOREAD is provided, Mystic will not show messages that have been +
-               ​flagged as "​Read"​ by the user. +
  
 **MX - Post text file to message base** **MX - Post text file to message base**
  
-         Data: <​File>;<​Base ID>;<​From>;<​To>;<​Subject>;​[Network To Address] +  ​Data: <​File>;<​Base ID>;<​From>;<​To>;<​Subject>;​[Network To Address] 
-  ​Description: ​This menu command posts a text file to a message base.  It will allow +  ​ 
-               ​a file up to 10,000 lines to be posted and will automatically split +  ​This menu command posts a text file to a message base.  It will allow 
-               ​them into multiple posts of 1000 lines each if the post is more than +  a file up to 10,000 lines to be posted and will automatically split 
-               ​1000 lines (including automatically appending a message count to the +  them into multiple posts of 1000 lines each if the post is more than 
-               ​end of the subject ie: (1 of 3)" +  1000 lines (including automatically appending a message count to the 
-                +  end of the subject ie: (1 of 3)"
-               If you want to post an ANSI file, it should be saved with a 79 column +
-               width using a capable ANSI editor. ​ Mystic'​s own built in ANSI editor +
-               can save an ANSI file properly formatted for message posting by +
-               ​specifying a column length of 79 in the Save dialog. ​+
                                
-               The optional data field is required for this to work, except for the +  If you want to post an ANSI file, it should be saved with 79 column 
-               ​Network Address field which is only required if you are posting ​to a +  width using a capable ANSI editor.  ​Mystic'​s own built in ANSI editor 
-               NetMail base.  ​Each value should be separated ​by a semi-colon (;).+  can save an ANSI file properly formatted for message posting ​by 
 +  specifying ​column length of 79 in the Save dialog
                                
-               The <​File>​ field contains the filename to post to the base.  This file +  The optional data field is required for this to work, except for the 
-               ​should be a text file with up to 79 columns per line and up to 10,000 +  Network Address field which is only required if you are posting to a 
-               ​lines.+  NetMail base.  Each value should be separated by a semi-colon (;). 
 +               
 +  ​The <​File>​ field contains the filename to post to the base.  This file 
 +  should be a text file with up to 79 columns per line and up to 10,000 
 +  lines.
                                
-               The <Base ID> is the Message Base ID as found in the Message Base Editor+  ​The <Base ID> is the Message Base ID as found in the Message Base Editor
                                
-               <​From> ​ The From field of the message +  ​<​From> ​ The From field of the message 
-             ​ +             
-               ​<To> The To field of the message+  <To> The To field of the message
                                
-               <​Subject>​ The Subject of the message+  ​<​Subject>​ The Subject of the message
                                
-               [Network Address] is the To network address used when posting to a +  ​[Network Address] is the To network address used when posting to a 
-               ​NetMail base.  This field can be excluded when not posting Netmail.+  NetMail base.  This field can be excluded when not posting Netmail.
                                
-               Examples:+  ​Examples:
                                
-               c:​\mystic\temp1\msgtext.txt;​1;​g00r00;​All;​Statistics for January +    ​c:​\mystic\temp1\msgtext.txt;​1;​g00r00;​All;​Statistics for January 
-               ​c:​\mystic\temp1\msgtext.txt;​3;​g00r00;​Avon;​Automated post;​21:​1/​101+    c:​\mystic\temp1\msgtext.txt;​3;​g00r00;​Avon;​Automated post;​21:​1/​101
  
menu_commands.txt · Last modified: 2019/03/30 04:04 by avon