This program is used for remote access. Its main function is for stringer copy
in and mailboxes out.

It can also be used for syndication clients who wish to dial-in in-order to
receive their copy.

There is an option to access wires on the UnixBox that have already been left
in spool/wires by IPWIRES or the W4 wires structure in /fip/data/w4.

For Atex sites with Gateway, there is also an option to allow access to files
on the J11.

The main types of service are :
    1. Straight copy inbound
    2. Ordinary mailbox - read and store and delete
    3. Syndication mailbox - reading a list and accounting for it later.
        poss with ability to send message AND/OR read personal box.
    4. Scroll and Read wire files.
    5. Send/Receive messages
    6. Scroll and Read editorial system lists and queues 
    7. Send E-mails (actually passes file to ipsmtp)

Send msg (to the user) ie incoming msgs are sent to spool/post for IPPOST to
further distribute either to the Editorial System or elsewhere.

Files (and messages and stored mailbox files) may optionally be received via
KERMIT or X/Y/ZMODEM protocols.

Once logged on, the remote user can use AAI-like commands or can be lead
through via a series of menus.

The Command-driven interface commands are :

    lo logon    logon
    lo logon,passwd logon
    lo      logoff
    sd file     send file to default dest
    sd file-q-g send file to q-g
    sd file/k   send file using Kermit
    sd file/x   send file using Xmodem
    sd file/y   send file using Ymodem
    sd file/z   send file using Zmodem
    he      help
    ??      help
    ca (number) call file from wire queue
    ca file     call file from current queue
    ca file-q-g call file from Atex gateway
    ca file/a   call file and do not prompt for More
    ca file/k   call file using Kermit
    ca file/x   call file using Xmodem
    ca file/y   call file using Ymodem
    ca file/z   call file using Zmodem
    ds      display current directory
    ds/6        display 6 line directory
    ds wirename display wire directory
    ds wirename.1   display wire directory of yesterday's traffic (not W4 wires -
use time switch instead)
    ds wirename/s=POOL  display a selective directory of all items with 'POOL' in
the Headline
                Selective directories may also use '&' for AND and '!' (or '|') for OR
                eg :    ds rtr/s=usa&mexico
    ds wirename/k=POOL  display a selective directory of all items with 'POOL' in
the first part of text
                (W4 wires only)
    ds wirename/t>21:30  display a selective directory of all items after 21:30 (24
hour clock)
    ds syntype  display syndication directory
    rm      read msgs
    rm/de       read msgs and delete the msg file
    rm/nd       read msgs and do NOT delete the msg file
    rm/k        read msgs using Kermit
    rm/z        read msgs using Zmodem
    ms logonname    send msg to this logonname
    ms logon1,logon2,logon3 send this message to these logons
    ms logonlist/li send msg to this logon list or group of logons
    sa name     save file in your personal mailbox (if you have one !)
    zp name     zap delete file from your personal mailbox
    ti      give time and date
    qs queue    queue switch/change directory
    qi file--grp    (Atex j11 with Gateway only) QI file in a group
    em e-mail address   Send an Email - note you need ipsmtp to send

Mailbox Logon file (tables/mail/LOGON) has the syntax :
    ; comments are preceded by ';'
    logon:name  - logon name
                The logon name can contain spaces when typed in which
                should be specified as a single underscore '_'.
                otherwise only letters, numbers, dashes (-_),
                dollar sign and apostrophes ('") are valid
                eg logon:fat_frank
    pass:pass   - password          default: none
    width:40    - width of the screen       default: 80
    lines:24    - no of lines of screen     default: 0/none
    eol:\r\n    - end-of-line sequence      default: CR LF
    dest:mailbox    - destination (in USERS) for incoming traffic
                            default: mailbox
    box:boxname - name of valid mailbox to read.default: none
    syn:synname - name of valid syndication queue to read.
                            default: none
    use-w4-wires:   -  use the same data files as for w4, the fip web browser
            in /fip/data/w4. The default is files in spool/savewires
            generated by 'ipwires'.
    profile: profilename    - profile for wires/atex queue access
                (atex via NFS Gateway only) default: none
    fifo:       - read mailbox or syn dirs in fifo order
                            default: lifo
    msgonj11:   - The msg file resides on the Atex J11 and NOT on the rs6000.
                An (optional) logon can be added if the j11 logon
                is different to the ipbox LOGON.
                eg  msgonj11:albert
                default: msg file is on the rs6000
    boxonj11:   - The default mailbox file resides on the Atex J11 and NOT on the
                default: mailbox file is on the rs6000
    gtwysvr:host,port   - Gateway is on a different rs6000 of name 'host'.
                The port defaults to 9130.
                default: Gateway is on this rs6000
    purge:4     - no of days unread mail and msgs is held
                before deleted      default: 30 days
    noecho:     - do NOT echo commands for this logon
    echo:       - echo commands for this logon
    echo:endOfLine  - echo commands AND and End-of-lines (CR or NL)
    return-address: - for sending emails, this is used for the From fields
            rather than using the actual logon (FipHdr SA).
    menu:   - allowable menu commands if using menu
            pls see the actual values in the 'menu' command below.
    extrahdr: (string) Extra FipHdr fields to add to any incoming files from this
            eg extrahdr:BZ:scott    default:none
Examples :
    ;sample mailbox for remote correspondant with a PC 
    logon:sadaam pass:qwait box:oil dest:abroad

    ;sample mailbox for remote correspondant with a tandy 
    logon:arthur pass:scargill box:coal dest:home width:40  
    logon:paul pass:bike syn:ach dest:zibble width:0 fifo: purge:4

The Profile file (tables/mail/PROFILE) describes what access a logon has for a
particular profile and has the syntax :
    ; comment
    profile:(prfname)   wires: (wiresq1), .. (wireqn)
    profile:(prfname)   box:(box1), .. (boxn)
    profile:(prfname)   atex:  (atexgrp) : (atexq1) .. (atexqn)
or  profile:(prfname)   atex:  (atexgrp) : *
    profile:(prfname)   chrset:  (mailchrset)
    profile:(prfname)   plus: (name of SUBSEQUENT profilename)
    profile:(prfname)   dir:(name)  (command-line Directory syntax)

Examples :
    profile:hp  wires:dpa,afp,reu
    profile:hp  atex:sys:custom,fip
    profile:hp  atex:wir:spike,anp
    profile:hp  atex:usr:*
    profile:hp  atex:vk:anpbin,anpbui,anpfin
    profile:hp  chrset:rom
    profile:hp  box:hp,hpspt,hpfin

    profile:wir wires:dpa,afp,reu
where :
    -- There can be many lines for the same profile name.
    -- Only one type of subkeyword - WIRES, CHRSET etc - can be specified on one
    -- WIRES is a list of valid wires queues under spool/savwires. If more than
one day is keep - as in reu, reu.1, reu.2 etc - only the base - reu in this
example - needs to be stated.
    -- BOX allows access to any mailboxes in spool/mail. Note that files must be
lowercase in these mailboxes.
    -- CHRSET - The chrset parameter is to describe character translation from the
J11 to the user when using Atex Gateway. The standard chrset is in
tables/mail/ATEX_CHRSET (see below).
    -- ATEX is dependent on program 'ipsvrgtw' running to access the j11. A star,
'*', in place of the queue means all queues in that group.
    -- PLUS allows you to add a couple of changes to a generic profile eg:
'art' here can look at wire que 'upi' in addition to the normal 'dpa', 'afp' or
'reu' as specified in the 'wir' profile.
    profile:art wires:upi
    profile:art plus:wir
    profile:wir wires:dpa,afp,reu
Only one 'plus' is valid - you cannot plus another profile which has a plus!
Also the added-to profile - 'wir' in the case above - MUST occur AFTER the
calling profile - 'art' in this case.
ie PLUS must refer to a profile which is physically later on in the PROFILE

MailBox setup file (tables/mail/BOX) has the syntax :
    ; comment       Remarks
    conn:CONNECT        - connect string from the modem/pad
    disc:NO CARRIER\r   - disconnect string from the modem/pad
    escape:+++      - wakeup string for modem/pad
            - setup string for modem/pad
    clr:ath\r   - cleardown string for the modem/pad
    ok:OK       - acknowledge string from the modem/pad
    speed:4800  - speed of this port
    send:{SL    - Start of file string where the user does not log on
              Note this gets stripped so it will need to be added again
              if required               default:none
    ssss:{BT    - Start of file string from the user.   default:none
    nnnn:^E     - End of file string from the user
    endeol:     - End of file is on the first CR or NL after the 'nnnn'
    conymodem   - Assume X/Ymodem on receive on a new connect.  def: no
                This allows a X/Ymodem protocol transfer to
                take place immediately on CONNECT and without
                logging on.
                Note that normal running will take Zmodem
                and Kermit automatically at any point.
                However, for Xmodem and Ymodem, 'ipbox' needs
                to prompt the sender with a 'C' for the sender
                to start. It can be stopped by several CntrlX's.
    keepall:y   - For non-logon traffic - keep all characters
              ie do NOT flag garbles as notes mode.
    dest:mailbox    - default destination for incoming traffic
                This is the FIP header field DU.
    p2send:     - 2nd prot Start of File string from user default: none
                without logging on if different to normal end
    p2nnnn:     - 2nd prot End of File string from user default: none
                without logging on if different to normal end
    p2dest:mailbox  - 2nd prot default destination for incoming traffic
                This is the FIP header field DU.
    p2keepall:y - 2nd prot traffic - keep all characters
              ie do NOT flag garbles as notes mode.

    abort:\003  - abort string the user types to stop a dir
    next:n      - next page string the user types in a dir
    hide:!@#    - if mailbox is hidden with the '-h' input switch,
                this is the wakeup string to prompt for
                logon.          default: '$$$$'
    bits:8      - Data is 8 bits        default: 7
    banner:\021\nThis is the Evening News\s
            - welcome banner on connect
    banwait:5   - wait 5 seconds before sending the banner.  default: 5 secs
    noecho:     - do NOT echo commands by default
    echo:       - echo commands by default
    echo:endOfLine  - echo commands AND and End-of-lines (CR or NL)
    echomsg:    - echo all 'send message' and 'send email' data if non-protocol
            ie if NOT kermit, x/y/zmodem, echo the data.
    echo-story-data: - echo any text of a file being sent (in ASCII mode only)
                default is no echo
    reconnect:  - check for a CONNECT message during a online session
                Normally this is ignored.
    pchr:       - Precedent chr for modes. ie the '{' of {M0
    ds:ds       - 2 letter code for directory scroll
    ca:re       - 2 letter code for message call
    he:he       - 2 letter code for read help file
    lo:lo       - 2 letter code for logon/logoff
    sd:ne       - 2 letter code for new file send
    rm:rd       - 2 letter code for read msg
    sm:ms       - 2 letter code for send msg (normally 'ms')
    em:mm       - 2 letter code for send an e-mail
    zp:zp       - 2 letter code for delete mailbox file
    sa:pu       - 2 letter code for save file in mailbox
    ti:da       - 2 letter code for date and time
    qs:cd       - 2 letter code for queue switch
    qi:zz       - 2 letter code for qi (Atex J11 Gateway only)
    modes:yes/no    - show/dont show garbles in notes mode
    roman:[m0   - string for roman mode
    notes:[m2   - string for notes mode for garbles etc
    nodelrms:   - make ReadMsg NO DELETE (rms/nd) the default.  default: rms=rms/de
    scroll:9    - default no of lines in a dir scroll
    keepall:y   - non-logon traffic - keep all characters
    gtwysvr:host,port - Default Gateway is on a different rs6000 of name 'host'.
    sessvr:host,port - SES Server exists and is on this port on this 'host'.

    allow-desks:y   - for SII and CCI systems this allows a user to specify a
            desk which will be used for the BQ: hdr field unless
            overwritten in the USERS file.
    allow-subdesks:y - for SII and CCI systems this allows a user to specify a
            subdesk which will be used for the BQ: hdr field unless
            overwritten in the USERS file.
    allow-pools:y   - for SII and CCI systems this allows a user to specify a
            pool and user basket which will be used for the BP and BB hdr
    allowqg:y   - for Atex systems this allows a user to specify a
            queue-group in J11 format which will be used for the
            DQ: hdr field unless overwritten in the USERS file.
    working:WORKING - the working message : used to check when the modem is
            echoing messages back. This must NOT start with an
            existing 2 letter code such as CA, DS etc.
    dirhdrflds:nofrre - a series of Two letter Header codes
            default is NO then FR then RE
    dirhdrsize:80   - fixed size for the Directory Header line
            no default.
    dirlimit:100    - Limit the directory to the first 100 items and stop
            even if there are more.
            no default but you are advised to have dirlimit of 100.
    chkmsglogon: (filename) Check each logon in a 'msg' command against an
            entry in this file. The file is (uppercase) in tables/mail.
            Each entry is on a single line. Comment lines start with a ';'.
    filefetched: (Msg) File Fetched message for Atex Gateway    default: none
            eg filefetched:{m2File Fetched by \DA at \$h:\$n \$d-\$m-\$y{m0\002
            Note that modes may be added as {Mx where x is the mode number.
            Note that FipHdr field DA holds the logon name.
    keepalive: (string) Keep Alive string sent back to the client when accessing a 
            server (like a J11).    eg keepalive:\r     default: none
    extrahdr: (string) Extra FipHdr fields to add to all incoming files
            eg extrahdr:#FBIN:#DH:box   default:none
    menu:       Use the Menu interface by default   default is the command line interface
            Rather than the lo (logon),(passwd) format, prompt for first logon
            and then passwd without the need of an 'lo'.
    allowrelogon:   Allow a user to logon as someoneelse without cutting the call
    archive-file:   Name of the Log Archive file to dump data into in log/data.
            (same as the -A input switch) 
    routing-file:   Routing file to use in tables/route (same as the -R input
    desks-file: File in tables/mail containing a list of valid Desks (or Atex j11
            This is the same as the '-d' input switch.
    use-lock-file:  Add/zap a lock file for this incoming port number
            default: no
    accept-auto-logins: Allow sffport-style -A logons without the need to prompt.
            default: no
    search-w4-text: In the menu, when using w4 wires, search is Header AND text.
            default: Slug/Header only.
        Do not prompt for and ignore the time  filters for either BOXES or WIRES

This parameter file may also be used to change the prompts and messages for the
user. A complete list of such messages are described later.

Where queue verification is required, a file containing all valid queues is
created in tables/mail. This has no comments and has each queue-group on a
separate line.
The list of queue-groups is valid for all incoming files on that port. If the
q-g specified is NOT in the list the incoming file is rejected.

The queues file is specified as an input parameter in the SYSTEM file.

For Atex Gateway there is a character translation table,
tables/mail/ATEX_CHRSET, used for outbound text. This can be altered by the
profile file. The syntax for this is :
    ; comment
    (atex chr) (outbound chr or string) (newline)
    where the Atexchr is either a printable or an octal no eg \003
    and the outbound chr/string caan be a mixture of printable chrs, octal numbers
or unix escape chrs. Note that a comment (;) needs to be specified as an octal
    ONLY those chrs that need to be changed need be in the file - all others are
passed thru.

If the standard messages need to be changed, they can be in the standard
mailbox setup file (tables/mail/BOX by default) in addition to all the other
setups. The keyword and current settings of these are :
    banner:     "\021\021\nWelcome - Mailbox\n"
    msgwork:    "\n \nWORKING\n"
    msglogon:   "\021\021\nPLEASE LOG ON\n"
    msgpassword:    "\021\021\nPASSWORD ?\n"
    msglogoff:  "\nLOGOFF"
    msglogerr:  "\nLOGON ERROR\n"
    msglogok:   "\nLOGON COMPLETE\n"
    msgagain:   "\nNO SUCH COMMAND\n
    msgfilebegin:   "\nBEGIN FILE TRANSFER\n"
    msgfileends:    "\nFILE RECEIVED. THANK YOU\n"
    msgendtranfer:  "\nEND FILE TRANSFER\n"
    msgsendabort:   "\n--ABORTED--\n"
    msgnoaccess:    "\nSORRY, ACCESS DENIED\n"
    msgnosuchf: "\nSORRY, NO SUCH FILE\n"
    msgnosuchd: "\nSORRY, NO SUCH DIRECTORY\n"
    msgnoname:  "\nSORRY, NO FILENAME SPECIFIED\n"
    msginvname: "\nSORRY, INVALID FILENAME\n"
    msginvdesk: "\nSORRY, INVALID DESK\n"
    msginvsubdesk:  "\nSORRY, INVALID SUBDESK\n"
    msginvpool: "\nSORRY, INVALID POOL\n"
    msginvbasket:   "\nSORRY, INVALID BASKET\n"
    msgnohelp:  "\nSORRY, NO HELP FILE AVAILABLE\n"
    msgtoosmall:    "\nSORRY, FILE TOO SMALL\n"
    msgnosvr:   "\nSORRY, SERVER OR DATABASE DOWN\n"
    msgtimeout: "\nTIMEOUT - PLS RECONNECT\n"
    msgtnxs:    "\nThank you : "
    msgtnxwrd:  " words/garbles stored in file "
    msgtnxfil:  " files/words/garbles stored, last file "
    msgmsgwait: "You have messages waiting !\n"
    msgbegindir:    "\n"
    msgenddir:  "\nEnd of Directory\n"
    msgendmsg:  "End of Messages\n"
    msgnofiles: "\nThere is no files in your mailbox\n"
    msgnomsg:   "\nThere are no messages waiting for you\n"
    msgmore:    " Stop:"
    msgfilemore:    " Stop:"
    msgnotvalidlogon: "\nNot a Valid Logon :"

The menu interface can be set as default for all by specifying 'menu:' keyword
in the BOX parameter file or set for this logon (If set as default, specify
'cmdline:' for individuals who still want the command line interface)

The default menu is "CSRMEBWJPDHZL?X"
    Call a file     'C'
    Send a file     'S'
    Read Message        'R'
    Send Message        'M'
    Send E-Mail     'E'
    Scroll MailBox      'B'
    Continue reading Dir    'D'
    Wire Directory      'W'
    J11 Queue       'J'
    Options         'Z'
        QI      'Q'
        Save in Box 'S'
        Zap from Box    'Z'
    Help            '?'
    Exit to CmdLine     'L'
    Logoff          'X'

Menu Strings can be modified by :
    ParameterName   DefaultContents
    menutop:    \n\n\n--------------------------------------------\n
    menubanner: \tMailbox \\$d-\\$m-\\$y \\$h:\\$n\n\n
    menuerror:  \n** No Such Command **\n
    menucall:   \tC\tCall a file\n
    menusend:   \tS\tSend a file\n
    menurms:    \tR\tRead Messages\n
    menumsg:    \tM\tSend a Message\n
    menuemail:  \tE\tSend an E-Mail\n
    menudirbox: \tB\tScroll MailBox\n
    menuwires:  \tW\tScroll Wire queues\n
    menusearch: \tI\tSearch Wires\n
    menuj11:    \tJ\tScroll Atex queue\n
    menucontdir:    \tD\tContinue last scroll\n
    menufundir: \tP\tScroll Special queues\n
    menuhelp:   \t?\tHelp\n
    menuoptions:    \tZ\tOther options\n
    menucmdline:    \tL\tExit to CommandLine\n
    menu2ndcmdline: \t\tType 'ME' to return to the menu\n\t\t(Type '??' for
    menulogoff: \tX\tLogoff\n
    menuchoose: \tPlease Choose :
    menufile:   \tFileName\t:
    menupool:   \tDestination pool (holding/bureau/source/user basket) :
    menubasket: \tUser Basket\t:
    menudesk:   \tDesk\t:
    menusubdesk:    \tSubdesk\t:
    menueaddr:  \tE-mail Address :
    menusubject:    \tE-mail Subject :
    menuproto:  \tProtocol : X,Y,Zmodem,Kermit,Ascii : 
    menuecho:   \tEcho text  y/n :
    menulistq:  \tList Directories : y/n : 
    menuque:    \tWhich Directory (type number only) :
    menuatxque: \tWhich Atex Queue :
    menuqlines: \tNo Of Directory Lines :
    menuqtime:  \tTime Before/After <0:0/>23:30 :
    menuqsrch:  \tSearch String :
    menutowhom: \tSend Msg To (add /list if msglist) :
    menudelrms: \tDelete Msg File after Read Y/N :
    menuqi:     \tQ\tQI a j11 file\n
    menusavbox: \tS\tSave a file in your mailbox\n
    menuzapbox: \tZ\tDelete a file in your mailbox\n

The actual letters used for Call, Exit,Help etc can be modified with the
'menu-codes:' parameter which is the list of actual command codes in STRICT
order. The default is :
    which is to say the first position is the letter for Call, the 2nd Send etc
        position 1  Call a File default 'C'
        position 2  Send a file     'S'
        position 3  Read Message        'R'
        position 4  Send Message        'M'
        position 5  Send Email      'E'
        position 6  Read Box Directory  'B'
        position 7  Read Wire List      'W'
        position 8  Read J11 queue      'J' (old Atex systems only)
        position 9  Read DataBase Directory 'P'
        position 0  Continue Directory  'D'
        position 11 Options         'Z'
        position 12 Return to CmdLine   'L'
        position 13 Help            'H'
        position 14 Help2           '?' (identical to 'H')
        position 15 Logoff          'X'
    and for the Options :
        position 16 QI          'Q'
        position 17 SaveBox         'S'
        position 18 ZapBox          'Z'

    To disable any command, use a single comma or dot.
        eg to disable any Messages and J11 and all Options
    There should be NO spaces or tabs before or embedded in the parameter.

Input parameters are :
    Mandatory :
either  -s : terminal server/spider or tty port     default: none
    -p : port if terminal server            default: none
or  -P : Port on UnixBox to use for outbound    default: none
        This is only used where Terminal Servers canNOT run reverse telnet
        correctly and need to set a Permanent Virtual Connection across
        the ethernet to a fixed port number on the UnixBox
        Where the Port is NOT on the default ethernet '-s' can be used to
        specify the hostname on the correct ethernet.
    -n : name of service                default: none
    Optional :
    -1 Run for one logon/connection and then exit   default: loop for the next
        This can be used in a Script to run once and stop. Do not use inside the
        SYSTEM file.
    -A : archive log name               default: name of logon
        This is advisable - otherwise you will get an archive log
        in log/data for each logon that sends.
        This fills in the FipHdr field SL.
    -l : logon file                 def: tables/mail/LOGON
    -L : profile file                   def: tables/mail/PROFILE
    -t : mailbox setup file             default: tables/mail/BOX
    -d : queue or desk check file           default: none
        If specified this file should be Uppercase and in tables/mail.
        Only the filename should be specified.
    -D : Default type of queue for all directories  default: b for box on mailbox
        This is a single chr :
            b - normal unix mailbox in spool/mail
            w - Wires queue in spool/savwires
            e - SES database (must have a SES server specified)
            a - Atex Gateway (must have a Atex Gateway specified)
    -E : Treat socket errors as disconnects     default: error = network problems
        Use this switch if you are using Modem COntrol on the terminal server.
    -h : hide mailbox               default: force logon
        This is where a code needs to entered for the 
        mailbox logon prompt to be allowed.
        In this case sending incoming files is the default.
    -N : deduct 1 from the no of lines      default: no
        ie ds/3 gives 2 lines
    -o : Output folder for incoming files   default: spool/2go
    -R : service name for tables/route      default: logon name
        This fills in the FipHdr field SR and is only used if  the output
        queue (-o) is set to '2brouted' for iproute to check each file.
    -w : Wires Path                 default: spool/savwires
    -T : Timeout period in secs         default: 120 secs
        If no chrs are received in this period the user is logged off.
    -C : Timeout on both characters in and since last command
                            default: chrs only.
    -X : Turn Telnet Transparency off       default: on
        For terminal servers, is the port set to transparency On or Off ?
    -u : Zmodem escape control chrs mode        default: no
    -U : Raw or Telnet NO-escape mode       default: telnet transparency ON
        For terminal servers, is the port set to transparency ?
    -y : terminal server uses a different banner.   default: Spiderbanner
    -Y : terminal server has NO banner at all.  default: Spiderbanner
    -z : add seqno to filename (6 chrs) as (3 digit) extension (6.3)
        ie for DEC/Atex style filenames     default: no
    -Z : add seqno to filename: 5 chrs and 3 digits default: no
        ie for PC/Writer style filenames
    -v : display version number and exit.

There are two enviornment variables :
    FIP_BOX_J11HDRFLDS  a series of 2 letter J11 hdr field codes you
        wish to see in a directory line of Gateway queues.
        default: "NOFRRE"  The default shows fields NO tab FR tab RE.
        This is overridden by the "dirhdrflds" parameter
    FIP_BOX_MINSIZE     The minimum size of a file or message inbound.
        default: 20 chrs.  The minimum size must be between 1 and 100.

NOTE that to use Kermit and/or Zmodem the line/terminal server port etc MUST be
setup for 8 bits, No Parity and preferably Hardware flow control NOT XON/XOFF.

NOTE that as the Zmodem end of session flag is 'OO', it is advised that you do
NOT use 'oo' as one of the commands !!

NOTE that to send E-mail you need to point Fip Destination 'internet_mail_xbox'
to an 'ipsmtp' output queue - usually spool/2smtp.

NOTE that the syntax for a menu wire list before/after a time is
    between 6pm and 7.30        :   >18<19:30
    after 22:00 or 10pm     :   >22:00
    before 6:30 pm yesterday    :   <-1 18.30
where -1 is used to specify yesterday, -5 for 5 days ago etc.
only files in a single day's list can be searched.

The same for using the Command interface is :
    ds news_home/t<-1 21:00      : all news_home before 21:00 yesterday
    ds ap/t<-2 18:00/t>-2 17:50   : all ap between 17:50 and 18:00 2 days ago


Version Control
;051x   14dec02 added 'protocol' in both BOX and LOGON
    added -1 for single shot
    added 'logon-script' for external logging
    added 'ignore-box-filters' to ignore time
    added kwd filters for mailboxes for BOX+LOGON
    ;a-l 27jan03 added STDIO with -S and use-lock-file: and echo email
        and allow-subdesks:yes, allow-pools:yes,
        and echo-story-data: and extrahdr in the LOGON file
    ;m 28mar03 bugette in desks
    ;n-q 17jun03 menu: for wires BEFORE midnight, use the 20030616_List not the
    ;r-u 05sep03 cleanups and bugette fixes
    ;v 05dec03 added 'ignore-wire-filters' to ignore time and msgfilemore
    ;w 26jan04 read from wire is always ascii/no proto unless requested
;050o   23feb99 added E-mail
    ;a 20mar99 BINARY for WINNT
    ;b 17aug99 WINNT wirpath had dbl //
    ;c 18aug99 added return-address
    ;d 28aug99 added spaces to logon name
    ;e/f 26feb01 cleanup
    ;g/h 22mar02 cleanup
    ;i/j 14jun02 added type-of-wires:w4
    ;k-o 22jul02 added menu-codes: and better handling of w4 lists

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