copi.ifmcfg2 revision 245e35ae970ab92f381e0e4a52fc2c98ab9eadc9
1# Transport programs for mail and news, used by iftoss
2sendmail /usr/lib/sendmail -f $F $T
3rnews  /usr/lib/news/rnews
4
5# Unpackers, used by ifunpack. 
6# $F expands to archieve file name
7unzip  /usr/bin/unzip -oq $F
8unarj  /usr/bin/unarj e $F
9#unarc  /usr/bin/unpack $F
10unzoo  /usr/bin/zoo -extract $F
11unlzh  /usr/bin/lharc -x $F
12
13# Packer program, used by ifpack
14# $F expands to archieve file name, $P - to list of packet names
15packer  /usr/bin/zip $F $P
16
17# Maximum arcmail file size, will start new arcmail file if exceeds
18maxfsize 65000
19
20# Maximum packet size, ifmail/ifnews will start new packet if exeeds.
21# .out files are NOT created if nonzero specified, you must run ifpack
22# to make packets out. (unimplemented)
23maxpsize    65000
24
25# cnews log file and (temporary) database for seen-bys
26newslog  /usr/lib/news/log
27msgidbm  /tmp/ifmsgids
28
29# From this line on, values may be prefixed by a logical expression in
30# round brackets. Operators are: '!', '&', '|', 'Xor'.
31# Possible elements are:
32# - Nodelist flags (like "CM", "MNP", "V32" etc.)
33# - speed <operator> <numeric>
34#         where <operator> is '=', '!=', '<', '>', '<=', '>='
35# - address <wildcard>
36#         where <wildcard> is an (possibly incomplete) fidonet address, 
37#         e.g. "5020/*"
38# - time <interval>[,<interval>,...]
39#         where <interval> is a day spec. with optional time spec., e.g.
40#         Wk2000-0900,Sat1800-0000,Sun
41# - phone <prefix>
42#         e.g. "phone 7-095-"
43
44# Dialing parameters
45# of multiple "ModemPort", "ModemReset", "ModemDial", "ModemHangup" lines, 
46# first matching is used.
47# of multiple "PhoneTrans", "ModemConnect", "ModemError" lines, all matching 
48# are used.
49# In send and expect strings, following substitutions are made:
50# \\ '\' character
51# \r carriage return (0x0d)
52# \n new line (0x0a)
53# \t tab (0x09)
54# \b backspace (0x08)
55# \s space (0x20)
56# \NNN (where N is an octal digit) - character with octal code NNN
57# \d 1 second delay (send strings only)
58# \p 1/4 second pause (send strings only)
59# \T translated telephone no. (send strings only)
60# \D untranslated telephone no. (send strings only)
61
62# ModemPort present a blank-separated list of ports with possible speed
63# extention (separated by colon); if speed is prefixed with 'L', it is
64# a "locked" port speed, otherwise it is a maximum speed to be set, while
65# actual speed is taken from the nodelist.  If speed is omitted (or set
66# to zero), previous port speed is not changed.
67#ModemPort (time Any0000-0900,Sat,Sun) ttyS0
68#ModemPort cua0:L38400
69