8505Re: [BPQ32] Is this the proper S/W to use
- May 5, 2012On Sat, 05 May 2012 04:43:43 +0200, kirkdehaan <captkirk@...>
> I am new to using BPQ and have not gotten it up and running yet. ThatYou do not need RMS Express localy, you can leave and read messages using
> is only for lack of some understanding on my part. That I will work
> through. What I would like to know is this the proper S/W for what I
> have in mind, before I get too involved?
> I am an ARES member here in N. Idaho and am thinking of having an
> installation on a laptop for use during incidents. The intent is to
> have a place to leave data messages that need to be passed via RMS
> Express to the outside. We do not have a connection here to a local
> Winlink node so must use HF and will have one station handling that
> traffic. Hope to remedy that in the future.
the build in mailserver of BPQ32 (pop3 and smtp) with any email client
BPQ32 can do the forwarding to a remote HF RMS (pactor packet or the new
trimode), a paclink client, RMS Express client or another BPQ32.
> It would also be nice to have a place to have general message from nonNo problem you have a full featured BBS able to handle winlink mail,
> ARES members that may be inquiring about status, etc.
personal mail, NTS mail, it's own email gateway and bulitains.
> Will the BPQMailChat app fit this need? I have cruised the messages and--
> haven't really seen any appropriate answer.
> N6SXR - Kirk
73 Andre PE1RDW
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