• File toss

    From Datalus@21:4/120 to All on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 07:07:01
    Hey everyone, I'm setting up a raspberry Pi 3 B+ with mystic and I'm having a issue with file tossing, echomail and files come in but just sit in the in I see on the server screen that is says tossing echomail/netmail but it doesnt toss it. If i do a mutil import it toss the mail. here are my settings
    .
    Event Type: Semaphore
    shell:Mutil Import.ini
    Semaphore: echomaill.in|netmail.in
    This works fine on my Windows PC but not on the pi I have used basicly the
    same import.ini as the windows pc with the changes for pi paths.
    Any idea's
    Thanks Sam A.K.A Datalus (No I couldnt Quit BBSing)

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  • From Ratz@21:2/114 to Datalus on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 10:29:29
    Event Type: Semaphore
    shell:Mutil Import.ini
    Semaphore: echomaill.in|netmail.in

    try this for your shell line ./mutil import.ini
    make it all lower case and check your spelling on echomail.in

    |08---
    |15R|14a|10t|02z|08 ()|06_.-.
    |12.|06-|04" |06-,_( )|08___) |08-%|15F|14r|10e|02eside |02BBS|08%-

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  • From xqtr@21:1/111 to Datalus on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 17:20:47
    shell:Mutil Import.ini

    Dont use capital letters on linux/unix systems. If the program is called
    mutil, you should run it like mutil. Same for import.ini. In unix systems file names are case sensitive. :)

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  • From Datalus@21:4/120 to Ratz on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 15:24:42
    Event Type: Semaphore
    shell:Mutil Import.ini
    Semaphore: echomaill.in|netmail.in

    try this for your shell line ./mutil import.ini
    make it all lower case and check your spelling on echomail.in

    I'll give that a try thanks I'll let post if it does work..
    Sam

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  • From Datalus@21:4/120 to xqtr on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 15:25:51


    On 24 Apr 2019, xqtr said the following...
    shell:Mutil Import.ini
    Dont use capital letters on linux/unix systems. If the program is called mutil, you should run it like mutil. Same for import.ini. In unix
    systems file names are case sensitive. :)


    got it thanks for the help
    Sam

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  • From Datalus@21:4/120 to All on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 20:21:57
    Okay Tried what was suggested but didnt worked so Raspberry pi but on back burner for some free time to go threw it all and fix a bunch of problems,
    heck it wont even send outbound mail I've run of time to mess with it I still have a bunch more work before I head to NY for 6months this Saturday. I want
    to thank all you guys who tried to help out. I have 1 request if some one can send me a copy of there Ini files for a raspberry PI so when I have time I can see if I did something wrong I would appreciate it. Ill use my laptop for now until I have some time I know my pc version works somewhat. Thanks Again
    Sam

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  • From Avon@21:1/101 to Datalus on Thursday, April 25, 2019 16:48:53
    On 24 Apr 2019 at 03:24p, Datalus pondered and said...

    Event Type: Semaphore
    shell:Mutil Import.ini
    Semaphore: echomaill.in|netmail.in

    try this for your shell line ./mutil import.ini
    make it all lower case and check your spelling on echomail.in

    I'll give that a try thanks I'll let post if it does work..
    Sam

    Sam

    Check the typo on the echomaill.in it should be echomail.in
    That will cause the event not to trigger
    Next ensure that import.ini does exist and has the correct function(s)
    enabled that you want to have run.
    Lastly, I agree with the others case matters and using a ./ is the way to go
    in front of the program you are trying to run :)

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