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 1#! /usr/bin/perl
 2#
 3# This is a utility script to manipulate Fidonet-related issues
 4# using Eugene Crosser's ifmail package
 5#
 6# Version 0.1
 7#
 8# (C) Michael Bravo and The Communication Tube, 1994
 9#
10# You can do whatever you want with this script. I take no responsibility
11# whatsoever in anything related to this script. If you make some useful
12# additions to this, please think of sending them to me so I could partake
13# of your wisdom.
14#
15# This script was written to help attaching and requesting files from the
16# commandline, much like you do with Squish under DOS or OS/2. It is certainly
17# not perfect - I used it as an exercise in Perl. It also probably lacks
18# some other useful features, like ability to specify trunc/sent or kill/sent
19# attributes etc etc. If you really want this or some other features 
20# implemented, write me at mbravo@tctube.spb.su or mbravo@octopus.spb.su
21# and I will try to do what I can.
22#
23# Note - files don't get copied to any spool dir, so if you move attached
24# files somewhere, they won't get sent.
25#
26# This script is supposed to read ifmail's config to determine where outbound
27# directory and logfile are. The only two parameters to modify in most cases
28# are below.
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