::::::::::::::: :: ? -> HELP :: ::::::::::::::: Here is a short overview of most used BBS commands: command------------------description-----------------------example (shortened) ALTER <parameter> show/set personal options A N Flori DIR <board> directory of a board D DL8MBT 1-5 CHECK <range> lists new mails C 1-20 ERASE <mails> delete mails E DL8MBT 5 LIST <board> similar to DIR L DL8MBT 5-10 LOG show log LOG 28.10.94 QUIT leave the BBS Q READ <mails> read mails R DL8MBT 2-4 REPLY send answer to the last read mail REP SEND <call> @<address> send a mail S DL8MBT@DB0AAB TALK <call> <text> send text to a logged-in user T DL8MDW Hi Chris TRANSFER <mails> <board> copy a mail TR DL8MBT 5 DG3RBU USERS lists current users U More detailed information is available with "HELP <command>": HELP <command> shows more detailed infos for <command>, e.g. HELP ALTER HELP INDEX shows all available commands for HELP HELP CMDS shows an overview over all commands HELP ALL shows complete HELP file (ca. 250 kByte) CM(DLIST) shows all available user commands SC(MDLIST) shows all available sysop commands Commands can be shortened, so far as they are unique. Upper/lower case writing of commands do not care. Instead of HELP you can use MAN or "?". BCM is an abbreviation for BayCom-Mailbox.