:::::::::::::: :: INFOPATH :: :::::::::::::: (only sysop, init.bcm) Syntax: INFOP(ATH) [<directory>] (default: "/bcm/info/") Sets path where bulletins are stored. Default value is subdirectory "info" of BCM directory. INFOPATH may be set to another drive (DOS) or other directories. Instead of backslash "\" a slash "/" is used (important for runutils)! Example: infopath d:/info Running DOS it makes sense to set INFOPATH to a single drive, because DOS filesystem FAT16 uses clustersize for each file as following: partition size cluster size ---------------------------------------- partition until 256 MB 4 kBytes 256 - 512 MB 8 kBytes 512 - 1024 MB 16 kBytes 1024 - 2048 MB 32 kBytes 2048 - 4096 MB 64 kBytes So each mail uses at partion size of 2.5 GigaBytes minimum 64 kBytes! Even with 450 MB partion size a cluster size of 8 kBytes is used. With 8 kBytes less than 50% of size is used for storing real data. That's a lot of overhead and unused harddisk size. So it makes sense to use a single system, a single user and a single info drive. INFOPATH can be also set to a network drive. This is perhaps a trick to use other filesystems (novell, ext2fs, winnt) running dos. Another trick is to use FAT32 filesystem, but there are some problem with newer DOS version and DOS command prompt of BCM reported. Try it! Running Linux you should select an ext2fs partition with 1 or 2 kByte inode size.