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mutil_import_echomail [2016/04/07 04:10]
avon updated acs settings example and layout
mutil_import_echomail [2019/03/15 23:27] (current)
avon updates to switches in stanza added in recent builds
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   ; Strip SEEN-BY lines from messages when importing?   ; Strip SEEN-BY lines from messages when importing?
   strip_seenby = false   strip_seenby = false
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 +== Default Rescan Settings ==
 +
 +This setting allows you to define what the default behavior of your Mystic BBS will be when it receives a full %RESCAN command via netmail from someone.
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 +This must be a valid command (ie R=<​msgs>​ D=<​days>​ or else the rescan will refuse to perform any action. ​ The default is the last 250 messages for each base.  Setting it to D=90 for example would give the last 90 days of messages. ​ If you want the default to send every message in the base, then set it to go back a ridiculous number of messages R=999999999
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 +  default_rescan = R=250
  
 == Remapping Netmail == == Remapping Netmail ==
  
-If you want to remap netmail from one user name to another, you can define up to 50 remapped names below using the format <​orig>;<​new>​+If you want to remap netmail from one user name to another, you can define up to 50 remapped names below using the format <​orig>;<​new> ​ The new portion can optionally contain @net_address 
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 +Names are case insensitive. ​ Each line is processed in the order in which they appear meaning a single message can be processed by many lines. This means for example you can map multiple names to "​Sysop"​ and then on the last line map "​Sysop"​ to something else.  If the "​New"​ portion of the definition contains @<​address>​ then the Netmail will be forwarded to another address entirely. ​ Forwarding even works for automated To fields like Areafix, so if you are a hub and someone accidentally Areafix your BBS you can have your BBS forward that Netmail to your hub system so it can be processed properly.
  
 Uncomment this setting to enable it. Uncomment this setting to enable it.
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   ;forward = sysop;​g00r00   ;forward = sysop;​g00r00
   ;forward = system operator;​g00r00   ;forward = system operator;​g00r00
 +  ;forward = g00r00;​James Coyle
 +  ;forward = James Coyle;James Coyle@21:​1/​108
  
 == Twit Filter == == Twit Filter ==
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 This option allows you to filter names and other key metadata so that messages from '​twits'​ are not imported or tossed to down-links your BBS may be sending messages on to. This option allows you to filter names and other key metadata so that messages from '​twits'​ are not imported or tossed to down-links your BBS may be sending messages on to.
  
-Your can define multiple terms for what you consider a '​twit'​ is - one entry per line - with a maximum of up to 100 entries. Uncomment and customize this setting to enable it.+Your can define multiple terms for what you consider a '​twit'​ is - one entry per line - with a maximum of up to 100 entries. ​Please note that this should not be used if you are a HUB system that feeds echomail to other users unless there is very good reason to do so as it will prevent the messages from passing through your system. This feature is intended to be a moderation tool used only in extreme cases.  
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 +Uncomment and customize this setting to enable it.
  
   ;twit=John Guillory   ;twit=John Guillory
mutil_import_echomail.txt · Last modified: 2019/03/15 23:27 by avon