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  • Jeff - WA4ZKO
    Don t feel bad, on some WP files I m apparently HOMEd on a Belgium BBS ;-) That said I got a note that the call of that BBS has been problematic in the past.
    Message 1 of 11 , Apr 16, 2011
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      Don't feel bad, on some WP files I'm apparently HOMEd on a Belgium BBS ;-) That said I got a note that the call of that BBS has been problematic in the past. My WP has GPBPQ at K9BBS ;-)

      Pretty obvious that WP is a mess ;-) I know John has mentioned he wanted to give WP in BPQBBS some more thought, maybe come up with a better system?

      Forgive me if I'm about to touch a "red button" I shouldn't.... Anything preventing Sysops from hand editing up a WP bulletin and sending it out to force a "network" wide update? Maybe push out a valid list of local users? Easy for some Sysops, lot of work for others?

      Since I've still got ruler marks on my hand from my last foray into this SP @ address/routing discussion I'm hesitant to get back into it, but what the heck....

      I'm admittedly far from a HR guru, but it would seem to me if a specific @BBS is specified, it should honor that and fill out the rest of the HA IF possible. Then maybe I'm (and others) in for an education on why that is bad.

      Moving on...

      SP G8BPQ @ G8BPQ.#23.GBR.EU ( No routing info )

      "no routing info" is probably due to you need a forwarding record with an EU route in your BPQBBS p-mail/directed bulletin box? I'm not sure if WW will cover it as I know John took a different approach here and there to prevent some problems he saw with some of the other routing schemes.

      Personally I've always tried to keep the p-mail auto-forwarding/routing to other continents restrained so I have a chance to review the msg first. If someone enters a SP call@... msg on my system...I prefer to take a look at it first for any content/3rd party issues, etc. They're welcome to send it, but I'm gong to take a closer look at it....maybe I'm too backside retentive?


      --- In BPQ32@yahoogroups.com, Peter - ZL2BAU <peter.zl2bau@...> wrote:
      > On 16/04/11 21:30, John Wiseman wrote:
      > >
      > > K.O.
      > >
      > > If you specify an @BBS, the software assumes you know what you are
      > > doing. I don't think the software should change an address explicitly
      > > entered by a user. It should warn"@BBS specified, but no forwarding
      > > info is available - msg may not be delivered" if the BBS does not know
      > > how to forward the message. You can then cancel it, and try to find
      > > the correct info (eg by using the I command.).
      > >
      > > If you have cases where @BBS has been specified and no warning has
      > > been given, but the message still isn't forwarded, please send my the
      > > routing trace (from the LOG_BBB file) and I 'll see if I can find
      > > where the problem is.
      > >
      > > 73,
      > >
      > > John
      > >
      > Hi John,
      > I just did another series of tests, this time I used Joel`s
      > address N4JOA.
      > I addressed them as below.
      > SP N4JOA
      > SP N4JOA @ N4JOA
      > SP N4JOA @ ZL2BAU
      > SP N4JOA @ ZL2BAU.#79.NZL.OC
      > All messages were forwarded to Joel`s BBS, even the two addressed at ZL2BAU.
      > As a test, I went to FBB and sent a test message to Joel @ ZL2BAU, FBB
      > readdressed it and forwarded the message to N4JOA BBS.
      > Perhaps I have set up FBB too tight but generally it does do things as
      > it should.
      > Regards ..... Peter
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