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mutil_import_fidonet_na [2016/04/21 04:58]
avon updated import fidonet.na content
mutil_import_fidonet_na [2016/04/22 04:04]
avon updated import fidonet.na content
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 ====== Import FIDONET.NA in to message bases ====== ====== Import FIDONET.NA in to message bases ======
  
-The '​[Import_FIDONET.NA]'​ stanza tasks MUTIL with running a function that will bulk auto create a number of message bases in Mystic for you. It look to a text file that you specify that is formatted with echoarea tag and a description of the message base.+The '​[Import_FIDONET.NA]'​ stanza tasks MUTIL with running a function that will bulk auto create a number of message bases in Mystic for you. 
  
-Mystic then will create the message bases contained in this file en-mass and quickly!+MUTIL looks to a specially formatted text file that you specify. It's formatted with echoarea tag and a description of the message base. Mystic then will create the message bases contained in this file en-mass and quickly!
  
 Here's an snippet from a .NA file set up for Fidonet echoareas Here's an snippet from a .NA file set up for Fidonet echoareas
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     lowercase_filename = 1     lowercase_filename = 1
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-The following options define the "​default"​ values used when creating any new message bases.  ​netaddress ​must match an exiting network address configured within Mystic ​BBS.  default values are also taken from the system configuration for origin line, colors, etc.+The following options define the "​default"​ values used when creating any new message bases.  ​__netaddress ​must match an exiting network address configured within Mystic ​BBS__.  default values are also taken from the system configuration for origin line, colors, etc.
  
 In the example below we want newly created fsxNet message bases to have the address 21:1/123 (a node number you have been allocated), level 10 security and group 1 membership to see the message base and read it's content, level 20 security and group 1 membership to post to it etc. In the example below we want newly created fsxNet message bases to have the address 21:1/123 (a node number you have been allocated), level 10 security and group 1 membership to see the message base and read it's content, level 20 security and group 1 membership to post to it etc.
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