9775RE: [BPQ32] Re: LinBPQ
- Feb 23, 2013Dick
This is just a guess, in the MailServer configuration, main
The option Send SYSTEM Msgs to Sysop call may not be checked, then if
Sysop has a different HR then his own, it may end up at the HR BBS, I
Seen personal messages in my BPQ-BBS TO System@Call&HR (Not My Call&HR)
As for the RMS ending up in the WP'S I have no clue, The Alias call I
Found in my WP and again this is just a guess, the Sysop has the BBS
Correct but may have entered his Alias in the SYSOP Call or the other
Around, BBS Call may be his Alias?
I hate to try experimenting here to duplicate the problem.
From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto:BPQ32@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of
Sent: Saturday, February 23, 2013 2:49 PM
Subject: RE: [BPQ32] Re: LinBPQ
If SYSTEM is part of *that* WinBPQ or LinBPQ Node/BBS, shouldnt it be
treated as internal - by that I mean, that SYSTEM should only relate
to the BPQ Node/BBS its on in my opinion it shouldnt appear in the WP
pages And if it has to be SYSTEM@..., shouldnt the
xxx.yyy.zzz be picked up from the configuration parameters and thus
set in concrete ??
73, Dick ZS6RO (ZS0MEE)
Yes, I think I need to add more validation to incoming WP messages.
I have been having the same problem in the Windows version. I have been
periodically checking WPs and deleting the SYSTEM entry, as well as
several other obviously corrupted entries that keep appearing.
--- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, "Richard" wrote:
> Thanks for the prompt reply John and the obvious answer . Funny part
> sure I looked for SYSTEM in WP about a week ago, but may have been
> or didn't look closer enough .. ..
> Found SYSTEM in WP and deleted it . I wonder how it got in there with
> parameters ???
> 73, Dick ZS6RO
> Look in WP for a record for SYSTEM and delete it
> 73, John
> I have found for more than a week that I get email from "SYSTEM"
> housekeeping, which is fine, but its addressed from:
> My configuration doesn't have "KJ6IX.#WNV.NV.USA.NOAM" in it anywhere
> I found 'KJ6IX ' in my WP and deleted the entry but it still persists
> If there has to be an
"@ address, it should read @..." .
> Any idea how I can correct this ?? .. I'm running LinBPQ '.85' .
> 73, Dick ZS6RO
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