Setting Up Synchronet With
FidoNet EchoMail using Argus/Radius or Internet Rex Mailer

Last Modified on Friday, December 16, 2005 11:24 PM


  1. Setting up Synchronet
    1. Downloading the Examples
    2. Unpacking the Programs
    3. Setting up Network Configuration
    4. Setting up the Message Bases
    5. Setting up the NetMail and EchoMail Events
      [ Note: This step is no longer required as of version 3.12a ]

  2. Setting up SBBSECHO
    1. Running ECHOCFG
    2. Nodes Setup
    3. Paths and Filenames
    4. Toggle Options
    5. Archive Program

    You Need only do Step 3 if you are using Argus/Radius. If you are using Internet Rex, please go to Step 4.

  3. Setting Up Argus/Radius
    1. Setting the Default Outbound Zone
    2. TCP/IP Daemon Config
    3. Passwords
    4. Externals
    5. Polls
    6. Nodelist

  4. Setting Up Internet Rex
    1. Setting up the General Information
    2. Setting up Files and Paths
    3. Front End Mailer Setup
    4. Node Number and AKA Setup

    1. Only the Figures are currently available. The text part of the tutorial will arrive soon (I hope!)

Hopefully you have found this information quite useful. If you have any questions, feel free to E-Mail Ask Me

I would like to take the opportunity at this time to thank Rob Swindell for his decision to revive Synchronet. His renewed interest in his software has renewed my interest in one of the most enjoyable and frustrating <g> hobbies I have had.

Last Modified on Friday, December 16, 2005 11:24 PM

All information on contained herein is Copyright © 2000-2005, RuneKeep BBS and Robert Couture.
Unauthorized duplication in whole or in part is strictly prohibited.
Sadly, remains in violation of my copyright.

Synchronet BBS Software (Synchronet) Version 3 is comprised of several documentation,
library, executable, and source code files, all of which are covered by the
GNU General Public License
with the exception of the following portions covered by
the GNU Lesser General Public License: SMBLIB and XSDK.

Synchronet Version 2 (for DOS and OS/2) and its source code was released to the
Public Domain
by Digital Dynamics in 1997 and remains Public Domain software today.
Synchronet Version 3 is not Public Domain software.

Rob Swindell
PO Box 501
Yorba Linda, CA 92885

For the complete Synchronet Copyright Information please read the Copyright Documentation.


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