• Mystic mis and mis2

    From niter3@46:1/108 to All on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 09:58:10
    Here is my latest problem...

    Whenever using mis or mis2 I find if the caller hangs up without going
    through the hangup process "g" the connection doesn't disconnect from MIS or MIS2....

    This problem has forced me to continue to use the custom xinet.d telnet version.

    Let me know if anyone can help.

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  • From niter3@46:1/108 to all on Friday, September 30, 2016 08:35:22
    On 09/28/16, niter3 said the following...

    Here is my latest problem...

    Whenever using mis or mis2 I find if the caller hangs up without going through the hangup process "g" the connection doesn't disconnect from
    MIS or MIS2....


    See above. I'm not sure if this message went out.

    Also, what are you guys using in place of mbbspost? And is mbbspost
    compatible with the latest version of Mystic?

    I'm getting the following error.


    "Unable to locate message base definitions". I see the version says
    "Compatible with Mystic BBS v1.07.2".

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  • From Gryphon@46:1/116 to niter3 on Friday, September 30, 2016 08:09:47
    On 09/30/16, niter3 said the following...

    On 09/28/16, niter3 said the following...

    Here is my latest problem...

    Whenever using mis or mis2 I find if the caller hangs up without goin through the hangup process "g" the connection doesn't disconnect from MIS or MIS2....


    See above. I'm not sure if this message went out.

    Also, what are you guys using in place of mbbspost? And is mbbspost compatible with the latest version of Mystic?

    I'm getting the following error.


    "Unable to locate message base definitions". I see the version says "Compatible with Mystic BBS v1.07.2".

    MBBSPOST is obsolete. The way to post messages now is to use MUTIL. Look in the MUTIL.INI file for definitions.

    http://wiki.mysticbbs.com/doku.php?id=mutil_post_text_files tells you how to configure for posting a text file.

    "No matter where you go, there you are!" - Buckaroo Bonzai

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