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From:  Marceline Jones (1:103/705)
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Date: Sun, 07 March 2021 D'Bridge IJ> I just got a reply from Nick Andre, the author of D'Bridge. I asked IJ> him if he had users passing mail around with D'Bridge and NET2BBS... IJ> and he said they do. I did not kno...
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From:  Marceline Jones (1:103/705)
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Date: Sun, 07 March 2021 WC5 message base format -> RW> I started to, but the person who was going to help with it decided to -> RW> stop communicating with me. So that project has been put on the back -> RW> burner...
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From:  IB JOE (1:342/200)
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Date: Wed, 03 March 2021 Mail processor for WC4 -> > -> Can I get a list of known tossers / scanners that are compatible with -> > -> > The tosser you need is InterEcho... The same author that -> > did InterMail ...
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From:  Dale Barnes (1:106/201)
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Date: Tue, 02 March 2021 Mail processor for WC4 > -> Can I get a list of known tossers / scanners that are compatible with > > The tosser you need is InterEcho... The same author that > did InterMail > did that. Nice mai...
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From:  IB JOE (1:342/200)
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Date: Sun, 28 February 2021 InterEcho Robert you made mention of someone when I mentioned about InterEcho... What was that?? I recall Bob Badcock was the person incharge of the InterMail and InterEcho files... is there a new keeper??...
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From:  robert wolfe (1:116/18)
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Date: Mon, 01 March 2021 InterEcho -> Robert you made mention of someone when I mentioned about InterEcho... -> What was that?? I recall Bob Badcock was the person incharge of the -> InterMail and InterEcho files... is...
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From:  robert wolfe (1:116/18)
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Date: Thu, 25 February 2021 GoldEd -> Can GoldEd read and write Wildcat message areas ? -> ___ Blue Wave/386 v2.30 -> --- SBBSecho 3.13-Linux -> * Origin: Vertrauen - [vert/cvs/bbs].synchro.net (1:103/705) O...
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From:  robert wolfe (1:116/18)
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Date: Sun, 28 February 2021 WC5 message base format -> -> Maybe somebody can write a wcCode tosser/scanner for it. -> -> RW> I started to, but the person who was going to help with it decided to -> RW> stop communicati...
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From:  Marceline Jones (1:103/705)
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Date: Sun, 28 February 2021 GoldEd IJ> I have a question..... DOS or windows version?? DOS version. IJ> I found a copy and it says it does.. IJ> :Start IJ> ! The 16-bit DOS version was too large to compile, so to...
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From:  Marceline Jones (1:103/705)
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Date: Sun, 28 February 2021 WC5 message base format -> Maybe somebody can write a wcCode tosser/scanner for it. RW> I started to, but the person who was going to help with it decided to RW> stop communicating with me. So that project...
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From:  robert wolfe (1:116/18)
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Date: Fri, 26 February 2021 GoldEd -> I'm assuming there is a difference between WC4 & WC5 though. DOCS did -> expand.. Yes, there is. Not only different ways of accessing the message databases, but different database ...
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From:  IB JOE (1:342/200)
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Date: Thu, 25 February 2021 Mail processor for WC4 -> Can I get a list of known tossers / scanners that are compatible with Wildcat -> 4.20 MP (Multiline Platinum) ? -> Does GEcho 1.20 Pro work with it ? The tosser you need is InterE...
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From:  IB JOE (1:342/200)
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Date: Thu, 25 February 2021 GoldEd -> Can GoldEd read and write Wildcat message areas ? I have a question..... DOS or windows version?? I found a copy and it says it does.. :Star...
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From:  robert wolfe (1:116/18)
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Date: Thu, 25 February 2021 WC5 message base format -> -> What message base format is WC5 using ? -- is it JAM, Hudson, Squish, -> FTS-00 -> RW> Wildcat! It uses its own proprietary format. -> Maybe somebody can write a ...
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From:  Marceline Jones (1:103/705)
To: n/a
Date: Thu, 25 February 2021 WC5 message base format -> What message base format is WC5 using ? -- is it JAM, Hudson, Squish, FTS-00 RW> Wildcat! It uses its own proprietary format. Maybe somebody can write a wcCode tosser/scanner for it...
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From:  Marceline Jones (1:103/705)
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Date: Thu, 25 February 2021 Mail processor for WC4 Can I get a list of known tossers / scanners that are compatible with Wildcat 4.20 MP (Multiline Platinum) ? Does GEcho 1.20 Pro work with it ? ___ Blue Wave/386 v2.30 --- SBBSecho 3.13-Linux...
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From:  Marceline Jones (1:103/705)
To: n/a
Date: Thu, 25 February 2021 GoldEd Can GoldEd read and write Wildcat message areas ? ___ Blue Wave/386 v2.30 --- SBBSecho 3.13-Linux * Origin: Vertrauen - [vert/cvs/bbs].synchro.net (1:103/705) ...
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From:  Thomas Kloos (1:116/110)
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Date: Mon, 22 February 2021 Echo Rules WILDCAT!_SUPPORT ECHO RULES 1. The purpose of this echo is to provide user support to sysOPs running any version of Wildcat! software, and other associated software. 2. Play nice and play f...
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From:  mark lewis (1:3634/12)
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Date: Sat, 20 February 2021 WC5 message base format Re: WC5 message base format By: Marceline Jones to ALL on Sun Feb 21 2021 07:21:00 > What message base format is WC5 using ? -- is it JAM, Hudson, Squish, FTS-0001 MSG ? none of the a...
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From:  robert wolfe (1:116/18)
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Date: Sat, 20 February 2021 WC5 message base format -> What message base format is WC5 using ? -- is it JAM, Hudson, Squish, FTS-00 -> MSG ? -> Would GEcho 1.20 Pro work with it ? -> ___ Blue Wave/386 v2.30 -> --- SBBSech...
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