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HPT(1) FreeBSD General Commands Manual HPT(1)

hpt - toss pkt files to squish/msg/jam bases and export messages

Toss pkt files from inbound
hpt toss
 
Toss messages from badarea (force)
hpt toss -b[f]
 
Scan echomail messages
hpt scan
 
Scan echomail messages without HighWaters of position
hpt scan -w
 
Scan echomail messages from alternative echotoss file
hpt scan -f <echotoss.log>
 
(see info hpt for more details)
 
Scan echomail messages from areas matching <pattern>
hpt scan -a <pattern>
 
Pack netmail messages
hpt pack
 
Links echomail messages
hpt link [areamask]
 
Process areafix
hpt afix [<addr> command] hpt qupd - update queue file and do some areafix jobs hpt qrep - make report based on information from queue file hpt qrep -d - print info described above, but show only changes
 
Post a message to area
hpt post [options] file
options are:
      -nf "name from"
message sender's name, if not included post use sysop name (see fidoconfig)
      -nt "name to"
message receiver's name, if not included post use "All"
      -af "address from"
message sender's address, if not included post use first system address (see fidoconfig)
      -at "address to"
message receiver's address, *MUST BE PRESENT*
      -s "subject"
subject line, if not included then assumed to be empty
      -e "echo area"
area to post echomail message into, if not included message is posted to netmail
      -z "tearline"
tearline, if not included then assumed to be empty line
      -o "origin"
origin, if not included then assumed to be name of station in config-file
      -f flag(s)
flags to set to the posted msg. possible ones are: pvt, crash, read, sent, att, fwd, orphan, k/s, loc, hld, xx2, frq, rrq, cpt, arq, urq; use it without trailing brackets like this: pvt loc k/s
      -x export message to echo links
      -d erase input file after posting
      -u[size] uue-multipart posting
size - number of lines per section(150 for default)
      -h get help
      file - text file to post into echo or "-" for stdin
 
Refresh area subscription
hpt relink <addr>
 
Set pause for links who don't poll our system
hpt pause
 
Quiet mode (no screen output)
hpt -q
 
Set config-file name, if needed
hpt -c /path/to/config

Highly Portable Tosser is the way to toss your fidonet mail.

I suppose there are :). So, report me, if you found any. Every time you changed the config-file please run tparser to see if your config is valid...

1997-1999: Matthias Tichy, 2:2432/645 (mtt@tichy.de)
 
1999-2002: Max Levenkov, 2:5000/117 (sackett@mail.ru)
Highly Portable Tosser (v1.1.0)

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