• imported message @-codes?

    From mark lewis@VERT to digital man on Friday, August 16, 2019 16:21:02
    in addition to my last about the message area header, i'm also looking for the @-code for MSG_DATE_IMPORTED and MSG_DATE_IMPORTED_TIMEZONE :crossed fingers:

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to mark lewis on Friday, August 16, 2019 16:01:40
    Re: imported message @-codes?
    By: mark lewis to digital man on Fri Aug 16 2019 09:21 am

    in addition to my last about the message area header, i'm also looking for the @-code for MSG_DATE_IMPORTED and MSG_DATE_IMPORTED_TIMEZONE :crossed fingers:

    I added MSG_IMP_DATE and MSG_IMP_TIMEZONE. Making some huge message headers are we? :-)

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  • From mark lewis@VERT to Digital Man on Friday, August 16, 2019 19:21:27
    @MSGID: <5D56DB8E.39356.syncprog@vert.synchro.net>
    @REPLY: <5D56D364.39354.syncprog@vert.synchro.net>
    @TZ: 40f0
    Re: imported message @-codes?
    By: Digital Man to mark lewis on Fri Aug 16 2019 09:01:40

    in addition to my last about the message area header, i'm also looking
    for the @-code for MSG_DATE_IMPORTED and MSG_DATE_IMPORTED_TIMEZONE :crossed fingers:

    I added MSG_IMP_DATE and MSG_IMP_TIMEZONE.

    thanks!

    Making some huge message headers are
    we? :-)

    no, not really... but more mimicing sysop readers like GoldEd...

    for example, this is copy'pastea from your message i'm replying to in my ssh konsole terminal... i'm using the existing message @-codes for the date and timezone as place holder for the import time...

    Gp: Fidonet No Ar: SYNC PROGRAMMING 2196/2196
    Fr: Digital Man 1:103/705 Fri Aug 16 2019 09:01:40 MST
    To: mark lewis Fri Aug 16 2019 09:01:40 MST
    Re: imported message @-codes? ────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────

    i have no idea how those UTF8 characters for the line will come out... they should currently stop at the end of the timestamp's timezone...


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