- Thank you, Ken! I had seen the screen before, but missed the Max size to Recv - which looks like what I am needing. Entering all of the setup parameters is aMessage 1 of 18 , Dec 29, 2010View SourceThank you, Ken!I had seen the screen before, but missed the "Max size to Recv" - which looks like what I am needing. Entering all of the setup parameters is a big step up from tinkering with a series of text files, but it is taking some getting used to.I am looking forward to my first connect with the new setup on 20m, some time later this morning.73 DE Charles, N5PVL----- Original Message -----From: Ken JacobsSent: Wednesday, December 29, 2010 1:51 AMSubject: Re: [BPQ32] New Install BPQMailChat
Check out this link...it should explain how to set limits on forwarding, etc.
On 12/28/2010 9:42 PM, Charles Brabham wrote:Thanks, Mike!All of the changes look to be good ones. It's all working but no FWD yet. By the time I got it set up and ready, it was too late to expect much out of 20m. - I'll get a chance to see it in action tomorrow morning.I still don't see any way to reject messages by size criteria, a basic SYSOP tool that all other BBS software offers... If it gets to be a problem, I may have to stop taking @WW stuff. - Not that any of it would really be missed, eh?73 DE Charles, N5PVL----- Original Message -----From: Mike MelnikSent: Tuesday, December 28, 2010 10:06 PMSubject: RE: [BPQ32] New Install BPQMailChat
All though there has been some changes or additions the installation is
Very simple, some of the high lights are:
Welcome Messages (May be edited)
Message Filters, (Reject & Hold for FROM, TO & AT)
Some minor changes in the Manage Users and Manage Forwarding:
Auto Registry Save, Enable/Disable keeps all your forwarding partners,
Etc, Root will be in the BPQ32 Folder
Return Message Routing Function
After installing the latest version you will need to save the configuration,
Next two or three Tabs, then restart MailChat.
Changes in BPQ32_410p_20101220 (Latest Version) the BPQ Telnet Server is now
Set up in the BPQ32.CFG File, if you were using the BPQTelnetServer.cfg from
Previous versions please make a copy, In the Telnet Server is added to the
The Telnet Server will Auto Start with BPQ32.EXE, the AXIP.CFG and IPGATEWAY
Be placed in the BPQ32.CFG File.
INP3 Routes can be used to help prevent Flooding your Nodes Table from XNET
I am sure I missed a few things but feel free to ask,