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Help Topics (1 of 2)Read Mode CommandsEdit Mode CommandsCreate Messagege Manage Messages Reply Chains4Crypted Messages8 Translations: IFNA Kludges*FidoNet Structure@
Area KindsF Message Marks
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Help Topic (2 of 2)(1 of 5)Message Head Input Window or ESCLNodelisttem CtrlF1r Last MessageeA FidoUserlistnds*s MessageC
Carbon Copies ShiftF10R
Cross PostingageTNext Message Right ArrowPrevicious Message Left ArrowFirst Message Home keyLast Message End keyRead Original CtrlLeftArrow or F7 Read Reply CtrlRightArrow or F8
Read Mode Commands (1 of 5)* Main Commands * MessageThis Help System CtrlF1Last Messagee"Quit Opmed AltX or ESCDos Shell ShiftF10" * Movement *sage "Next Message Right Arrow!Previous Message Left ArrowFirst Message in Area Home keyLast Message In Area End key*Read Original CtrlLeftArrow or F74 +Read Reply CtrlRightArrow or F84
More> Help Topics Read Mode Commands (2 of 5)* Movement (cont.) *Next UnRead AltF7F76Next To Sysop AltF87Next Marked Msg CtrlF7Goto Message # F6 or #* Area Commands *Change Area F5List Messages AltF6Scan Message Base CtrlF5Scan Areas More> Help Topics Read Mode Commands (3 of 5)* Create Message *New Message F3tF7F7
Reply Message F4tF8 Cross-Reply Message AltF47 Forward Message ShiftF1Re-Send Message ShiftF2Another Message ShiftF3
Copy/Move Message ShiftF4Store Message ShiftF5Scan Areas More> Help Topics Read Mode Commands (4 of 5)* Maintenance **)*Kill Current Message F27F7Delete Messages AltF2Change Message AltF3Technical Edit AltF10Y* Message Marking * ShiftF4Mark Current Message F9tF5Group Mark Messages CtrlF9* Investigation * ShiftF1Message Info AltF5 Search String AltF9
More> Help Topics Read Mode Commands (5 of 5)* Miscellaneous*)*Change Translation CtrlF27:Stamp Translation ShiftF6:Toggle EGALines CtrlF3Kludges On/Off CtrlF44Aka Pick List CtrlF62EDecrypt Message AltF1F58Export Message ShiftF7<Print Message ShiftF8<Search String AltF9F3More>* Help Topics Change Area)When changing area, and within some other$commands, you will get an area list.(You can choose area by using the Up/Downkeys, and press Enter.'The area list contains some information,about the area. In the far right columns you"will find some numbers. These are:( High Highest message number in area.* Total Total number of messages in area.+ UnRead Number of unread messages in area. 
Read Mode Commands Help Topics Create Messagege'You can create a new message in several different ways. You can create a#completely or create a% to the current message. sn(You can use the functiontion(to send a new message to the same personthat the current message is to.,And there are several functions available to New Message

Reply Message Another Message
Manage The Messages. Read Mode Commands Help Topics New Message#To create a completely new message, press press F3.%Enter the data you will prompted for, name!in the Message Head Input Window.%After quitting edit mode, the messageage"will be saved in the current area. The Message Head Input Window.LCreate Message Read Mode Cmds Help Topics"
Reply Message$You can write a reply to the currentpressmessage by pressing F4..%Enter the data you will prompted for, name!in the Message Head Input Window.*Before entering the Edit Mode, you will be&prompted for how to Quote the originalmessage.%After quitting edit mode, the messageage"will be saved in the current area. The 'There' also use a Cross-Reply function.on.
Message Head Input Window.LQuoteK Cross-Reply 
Create Message Read Mode Cmds Help Topics" Cross-Reply MessageBefore entering the Edit Mode, you will be$You can write a reply to the currentpress'message, into a different area (ALTF4).+First you will be asked for the destination'area. Then it's pretty much the same ashe 'with the normal Reply Message function.prompted for how to Quote the originalmessage.After quiting the edit mode, the messagewill be saved in the current area. The There' also use a Cross-Reply function.on.
Message Head Input Window.LQuoteK
Reply-Message Create Message Read Mode Cmds Help Topics" Another Message"To create a completely new message, press%to the same destinator as the currentmessage, press ShiftF3.%Enter the data you will prompted for, name!in the Message Head Input Window.%After quitting edit mode, the messagesage"will be saved in the current area. The Message Head Input Window.LCreate Message Read Mode Cmds Help Topics" Manage Messages)When you want to change the message base,)you will have several functions to choosefrom. They are:e:Forward MessageRe-send MessageCopy/Move Message
Store MessageDelete MessagesExport Messages<Read Mode Commands Help Topics Forward Message$You can Forward a message to another(person than it was originally meant for.$Press ShiftF1 to forward the current(message. You will be asked in which area)you wanna post the new message in, and towhom you wanna send it.#The message will still be sent from fromthe originating person. Manage Messages Read Mode Cmds Help Topics# Re-Send Message$You can Re-Send a message to another(person than it was originally meant for.$Press ShiftF2 to re-send the current(message. You will be asked in which area)you wanna post the new message in, and towhom you wanna send it.+The message will be addressed from you, and not from the originating person. Manage Messages Read Mode Cmds Help Topics# Copy/Move Message&You can copy the current message, into#any other area in the message base.!Press ShiftF4 to copy the currentent*message. You will be asked into which areayou wanna copy the new message.in, and to"The message will have the originalnalu, and#originating and destination personsleft unchanged..'After the Copy you will be asked if you want to delete the original.
Manage Messages Read Mode Cmds Help Topics#
Store Messageeage$If you have specified the Store Area%in the cfg-file, you can use the thiso&function. The Storing Message function'will copy the current message into the (Storage Area,almost unchanged, for latereause.wanna copy the new message.in, and to"The message will have the originalnalu, and#originating and destination persons)left unchanged. And any Kludges will stayas they were in the original.ked if you want to delete the original.
Storage AreaJKludges*Manage Messages Read Mode Cmds Help Topics# Marked Messages(You can put a special MARK on a message,&the marks will be remembered until youswitch area, or quiting Opmed.)Marked messages will show *MARKED* in the)message head. Mark Message, or unmark it,ff,with F9. To mark within a range (Group Mark) use CtrlF9.'Messages will also be marked when using#the Search String function (AltF9).(You can jump between the marked messages with CtrlF7 (Next Marked).).the jumpingir.
is circulair.rculair. (Group Mark) 
Search StringRead Mode Cmds Help Topics Group Mark Messages%With option you can mark all messagesages.,within a range, from message X to message Y.*When choosing the Group mark function, you will first be asked how to mark. Mark Set the MARK. UnMark Remove the MARK. Invert Invert the MARK. Set on unmarked,
and remove on marked.(Then you will be prompted for the range.Read Mode Cmdssages Marked Messages Help Topics! Delete Messages (1 of 2)&You can delete several messages in one$task. When using the Delete Messages'function (AltF2), you can choose one offive way to delete.) X > Y All message between X and Y.( First > Y All messages from the first* one to message Y. If the area) is an Echomail area, message$ number 1 will be saved..& Keep # Keep the last # number of  messages.
EchomailHMore> Read Mode Cmds Help Topics Delete Messages (2 of 2)function (AltF2), you can choose one of( Marked Delete all marked messages.* UnMarked Delete all unmarked messages. First > Y All messages from the first)You will be asked for the X and Y numbers
if needed. All message between X and Y. one to message Y. If the area is an Echomail area, message number 1 will be spared. Keep # Keep the last # number of messages.
Echomail Search Stringesf'You can search for a string by pressingt,)AltF9. The search be made in all messages*in the current area. The search is done in*the From, To, Subject and Date fields, andof course in the text body.*Each message containing the string will be(marked. And Opmed will jump to the firstmessage found.)The search string isn't case sensitive torthe plain ASCII characters. Marked Messages Read Mode Commands Help Topics
List Messagesesf(You can list the messages in the current,area by pressing AltF6..u can switchgle)Each displayed message will be shown with&to and from information, and with some'details.$You can scroll the list by using the arrowArrow/Home/End/PgUp/PgDn keys.ys.*To choose a message, just enter the number of the message.
IFNA KludgeRead Mode Commands Help Topics Scan Message Base&This function is to get information ifith'there is any new unread messages in thet,
message base.e base.F6..u can switchgle'Press CtrlF5 to start the scanning. The'scanning can be halted by pressing ESC.You can scroll the list by using the arrow)This function could also be called at the)start up, by specifying it in the config-file. See the OPMED.CFG file.er the number of the message.
IFNA KludgeRead Mode Commands Help Topics Toggle EGAlinesf)If You have an EGA/VGA system you can use$the 43/50 lines mode. You can switchgle)between the 25-lines and 43/50 lines modefrom within Opmed.!To toggle the mode press Ctrl-F3..IFNA Kludge*Read Mode Commands Help Topics Kludges On / Off"Any IFNA Kludge found in a messagecould be shown and/or hidden. To toggle"To toggle the state press Ctrl-F4. IFNA Kludge*Read Mode Commands Help Topics Edit Commands (1 of 4)* Main Commands *This Help System CtrlF1Quit Edit Mode ESCDos Shell ShiftF10"* Insert / Delete *Insert One Row F3 or ^NDelete Row F4 or ^YDelete Row Above F5Delete, Start Of Line ^Q[Del]Restore Deleted Line ^QL# Enter Ctrl Char ^P$
More> Help Topics Edit Commands (2 of 4)* Block Commands *t *Block Begin ^KBlF1Block End ^KEBlock Copy ^KCor ^KRBlock Move ^KVBlock Delete ^KYF9 or ^KEBlock Translate ^KTor ^Y%Format Block ALTF8&Move Block Left ^KUor ^QFMove Block Right ^KI Enter Ctrl Char ^P
More>  Help Topics Edit Commands (3 of 4)* Import and Export *Print Block ^KPlF1>Export Block ^KW> Import File F2 or ^KR? * Cryption *elete *#Encrypt Block AltF9 or ^KE8Decrypt Message ^KDor ^Y8* Find *ow Above F5 Find String F7 or ^QFFind Again ^LL Enter Ctrl Char ^P
More>! Help Topics Edit Commands (4 of 4)* Miscellaneous *rt *List Macro Strings AltF21'Toggle Case Word F6WToggle Quote Kind F8 or ^KR(Toggle Indent Mode ^QI)"Toggle Insert Mode ^V or [Ins]EDecrypt Message ^KDor ^Y* Find *ow Above F5Find String F7 or ^QFFind Again ^LL Enter Ctrl Char ^P
More> Help Topics Dos Shellon (cont.))You can jump to Dos without leaving Opmed by using the Dos Shell function.s.racters.+Press ShiftF10, in both Read and Edit mode.being used.+When jumping to Dos, Opmed will try to swap'as much as possible of itself to eitherrisEMS memory or to a disk file. for a singlearea. This is done by using a file called(To get back to Opmed, just enter EXIT atthe Dos prompt.ed create that file by pressing ShiftF6.ogic follows a few simple
Read Mode Cmds Edit Mode Cmds Help Topics" Restore Deleted LinesYou can jump to Dos without leaving Opmed%If you wish to recall a deleted line, use. press ^QL. F10, in both Read and Edit mode.EMS memory or to a disk file. for a single+The recall buffer can hold up to 100 lines.)And only completely deleted lines will beap*saved. Even a deleted block will be saved.area. This is done by using a file calledTo get back to Opmed, just enter EXIT atthe Dos prompt.ed create that file by pressing ShiftF6.ogic follows a few simple
Read Mode Cmds Edit Mode Cmds Help Topics" Enter Control CharactersYou can jump to Dos without leaving Opmed%If you for some reason need to insert use.*a control character, or any other unnormal.%character. Use this function, Ctrl-P.ingleI.e.recall buffer can hold upto 20 lines.&If you want to insert a Ctrl-B in yourbewaptext. Press Ctrl-P Ctrl-B.k will be saved.area. This is done by using a file calledTo get back to Opmed, just enter EXIT atthe Dos prompt.ed create that file by pressing ShiftF6.ogic follows a few simple
Read Mode Cmds Edit Mode Cmds Help Topics" Block TranslateharactersTo get back to Opmed, just enter EXIT at"Sometimes it could be necessary too Opmed%translate a quoted message, or just aofse.specific part of the text.y other unnormal.%This is done with this function. Markedgle'the desired text as a block. Then presss.&Ctrl-KT. You will be given a menu withbewap(known translations. Pick the translationd.)that the block should be translated from.the Dos prompt.ed create that file by pressing ShiftF6.ogic follows a few simple
Read Mode Cmds Edit Mode Cmds Help Topics" Format BlockateharactersTo get back to Opmed, just enter EXIT at)A message text that has hard-CR's on each(line, can be nicely formatted. This wille.)make each line start and end in the same l.column..done with this function. Markedgle&Mark the desired text as a block, and ss. press ALTF8. will be given a menu withbewap+You will be asked if you're sure. When donethe text will look great.translated from.the Dos prompt.ed create that file by pressing ShiftF6.ogic follows a few simple
Read Mode Cmds Edit Mode Cmds Help Topics" List Macro StringsactersTo get back to Opmed, just enter EXIT at%You can specify macro strings in youreach'Opmed configuration file. These stringsle.$could then be used in the Edit mode.same l.&To list the macro strings press ALTF2.dgle%You will get a list of all specified ss.+macros. Use the arrow keys to pick a macro,&and press enter to insert the macro atone.the cursor position.reat.translated from.)See the configuration file for more info. pressing ShiftF6.ogic follows a few simple
Read Mode Cmds Edit Mode Cmds! Help Topics" Toggle Quote KindractersTo get back to Opmed, just enter EXIT at&When quoting a message, Opmed will useach&the ' > ' characters. This is the mostlle."commonly used kind. But some otherr same l.programs uses the ' NN>' quote.. Markedgle'The NN is the first two capital lettersne.in the To field.ok great.translated from.'You can toggle between the two kinds by8,pressing F8 in the Edit mode.menu withbewapthe Dos prompt.ed create that file by pressing ShiftF6.ogic follows a few simple
Read Mode Cmds Edit Mode Cmds! Help Topics" Toggle Indent ModeactersTo get back to Opmed, just enter EXIT at%If you want your text to start a few each$columns to the right, instead of thewille.%far left column. Use the indent mode.ame l.&Start your text in the desired column.dgle%The cursor will then be positioned in that'that column on each new row with in theewap
paragraph.e asked if your sure. When done.*The lines will get Hard-CR's on each line..(Press Ctrl-QI to toggle the Indent mode. pressing ShiftF6.ogic follows a few simple
Read Mode Cmds Edit Mode Cmds! Help Topics" IFNA Kludges (1 of 2)(A kludge a is readable part of a messagesage(that contains special information. These could be:Interzone routing information,Point addressing, Message ID, Product ID,Character Set ID, Message Path, Crypt Mark.$and some used by other IFNA programs.
Interzone addressing,ormation,,Point addressing,- Message ID,.Character Set ID,1Message Path/Via info,2Cryption Marks3
other kludges.0 Product ID,0More>+ Help Topics IFNA Kludges (2 of 2)could be:Interzone routing information,&You can tell OPMED to show or hide thewhilee kludges while reading a message.n. ThesePoint addressing, Message ID, Product ID,This is done by togglinge Path, Crypt Mark.and some used by other IFNA*Detailed information on the kludges can beshown using the Message Information Informam function.Interzone addressing,ormation,,Point addressing,-Message ID,Product ID,Character Set ID,Message Path/Via info,Kludges on/off.Message Information ^INTL Kludge., IFNA Kludges* Help Topics (Kludges, Message Identification (1 of 2)'A message can contain a special Message(identification. This ID is placed in the"message body, with an IFNA kludge.If the message is a reply, and the original% ^AMSGID: 2:201/114.3 23de45f9+This ID says that the message is entered at,node address 2:201/114.3, and has the serialnumber 23de45f9 (hexadecimal).message did contain an MSGID kludge, then,Opmed adds the proper Message identification (to new messages. But doesn't use them inrth
any purpose.EPLY: 2:201/101 23de014a More/ IFNA Kludges* Help Topics (Kludges, Message Identification (2 of 2)+If the message is a reply, and the original)message did contain an MSGID kludge, then(a special REPLY kludge is added togheterith'with the MSGID kludge. The REPLY kludgeinal.)should have the same information as foundin the original message.NA kludge.)If the original message did contain this:at& ^AMSGID: 2:201/114.1 23de45f9serial)A reply to that message shall have these:$ ^AMSGID: 2:201/101 23de014a9 & ^AREPLY: 2:201/114.1 23de45f9
A message can contain a special MessagePreviousus. IFNA Kludges* Help Topics Kludges, other kludgesification)Some other kludges can also be found in a'message, but these are of no importance
for Opmed. Like:$^AEID An old style of Message ID.
^ATCL1 and ^ATCL2)^ATCL2 A special Message ID used on TCL' based BBS systems. This one is about to disappear. 

Message ID/
Message ID/ IFNA Kludges* Help Topics %Kludges, Character set identification&Opmed is the first message editor that,can handle the Character Set Identification.,The CHARSET kludge tells the reading program)which translation kind that was used whenthe message was created. ^ACHARSET: PC-8'This kludge informs the reader that the+translation used is in the message is PC-8. IFNA Kludges* Help Topics %Kludges, Message path/via information#If a message passes through anotherer(FidoNet node, the mail processor at that+node adds some information into the message2that it has passed through it.%In a Netmail the added information is)called VIA info, and in Echomail messagesgeit is called PATH info.ages the information*Opmed can show you a detailed screen about.#the VIA/PATH info lines, within theMessage Information function. Message Information IFNA Kludges* Help Topics Kludges, Cryption Marksfication(When Opmed en-crypts a part of a message)it will mark the beginning and end of thecrypted part with a kludge. ^AJFCB(Marks the beginning of the crypted part. ^AJFCE&Marks the end of the the crypted part. IFNA Kludges* Crypted Messages8 Help Topics" Reply Chains (1 of 2) of 5)(Each message contains two fields telling(if the message is a reply to another, oreeif it has a reply. AltX or ESC*You can step through the reply chain using)F7 or CtrlLeftArrow to read the original, +and F8 or CtrlRightArrow to read the reply.*In the upper part of the msgs you will see)the information about and reply/original.%<-24 There's an original at msg 24!43-> There's a reply at msg 43w or F7 )24<>43 Original at 24, and a reply at 43
More>5 Read Mode Commands Help Topics Reply Chains (2 of 2),The messages aren't automatically linked in *reply chains. All locally entered messages&should be, but incoming Echomail needss"to be linked by a linking program.ReplyLink is such a program.'The echomail processor Confmail is also(able to link the reply, if used with theMAINT function.!Both programs are copyrighted by: Bit Bucket Software

Next To Sysop7
Read mode Commands Help Topics
Next To Sysop(You can jump to the next unread message,#addressed to you by pressing AltF7.*Opmed will look at all messages that got a'*greater number than the last message read.%When Opmed can't find any more unread)messages in the current area, it will ask)you if you want to look in the next area.the last message read, as unread messages.#You can't combine the Next To Sysop function 'function with the Next Unread function.
Next Unreadop7
Read mode Commands Help Topics Crypted Messages (1 of 2)(Opmed can en-crypt and de-crypt messages&using the JoHo-Fix cryption algorithm.(The algorithm needs a password to do the*cryption. And the password must be entered*each time you need to en-crypt or de-crypt
a message.(The message en-cryption is done while inin(the Edit Mode. Mark the part that should be+encrypted as a block. Press ^KE to en-crypt)the block, and you will asked for a pass- #word to use, then save the message.ssage.
More>9 Crypt.Kludgedge3 Edit Mode Cmds  Help Topics! Crypted Messages (2 of 2)+A message that is crypted can be de-crypted#by pressing AltF1 in the read mode. You will'You will be asked for a password to usefor the de-cryption.a password to do the$If your in the Edit Mode and wish tontered)de-crypt the en-crypted parts, then presst^KD.ssage.%Opmed will remember the last password,e in(used for cryption, until you quit Opmed. be'Opmed will not save the password in any way, for safety.
More>; CHARSET Kludge1 Help Topics Translation (2 of 2)+The logic order of the translation is easy.& 1. The main translation is specifieds in the cfg-file.) 2. The CHARSET file, or manual switched% translation, by using the CtrlF2 This command in the Read Mode.for a single& 3. If a message contains the CHARSETled+ kludge, and READCHARSET is used in the, cfg-file. If the keyword FORCE is added+ to READCHARSET, then opmed will switch translation without asking.ll be asked.

Export Handle=
Read Mode Commands Help Topics
Export Handle+When Exporting or Printing a message, Opmed needs to know how it should act. TheThe option switches are:)Add FormFeed To add a formfeed after each message.*See Kludges To hide or show kludges.%^A->@ In Kludges If Ctrl-A should be% converted to a "@".(Extended Info Include extended info,* similar to Message Info. %Translate Translate the text.

Message Info. Export/Print Messages< Read Mode Cmdsands Help Topics Export/Print Blockge$You can either Export a marked blockkssage(to a plain Ascii file, or send it to the the printer.+To Export to a file, press Ctrl-KW, and you will be prompted for a filename.to export(To Print the message, press Ctrl-KP, and$you will asked which printer to use.se.The text will be Exported/printed in theto treat the text in the message, in anExport Handle window.Export HandleEdit Mode Commands Help Topics Import File%To import a file into a message pressF2 or Ctrl-KR.+You will be prompted for a filename. If the%entered file isn't found, or you have'included wildcards, Opmed will show you&a list of matching files to pick from.'To change the file mask press F1 withinthe File Pick window.File Pick List.Edit Mode Commands Help Topics FidoNet Structure(FidoNet is built in an hierarchical way,y,,like a tree. From ZONE via REGION, NET, HUB,&NODE down to POINT. The REGION and HUBON and(levels are'nt part of a FidoNet address..ss.#A complete FidoNet address is built up like
like this:ZONE:NET/NODE.POINTNodenumber FieldO Help Topics Nodelist (1 of 2)+A nodelist, is list that contains all nodes)in the fidonet. It's produced in a format)called St.Louis format, by the ZC, RC andthe NC's in the FidoNet.&Most programs wants the list in binary)format. Opmed want's the Version6 format.(To create the version6 format you need a%nodelist processor, such as Parselst.%The nodelist processor should also be)capable to produce the FidoUserlist, from the raw nodelist.

FidoUserlist,C More>B Help Topics Nodelist (2 of 2)(When entering a nodenumber in Opmed, you(can scroll the nodelist, in search for a special node, by entering a '?'.*More help on how to scroll the nodelist isgiven to you on the screen.)You can also use the FidoUserlist to finda proper nodenumber.r.r. FidoUserlistC Matrix MailGMore>D Help Topics Fido Userlist (2 of 2)(The name search is done in two different&ways, depending on the situatiuon, and(the configuration in the Opmed.cfg file.( BINARY The deafult search mode. It's)very fast, but requires that the userlistte*is alphabetically sorted. And can't handle"shortened names in a reliable way.he first) GENERIC Much slower, but you can enterr(shortened names, and will be prompted if%the found name is the proper one. The +Carbon Copy function uses the Generic mode.
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AKA Pick List(All nodes in FidoNet has one Nodenumber.*If you're a Co-ordinator or have any other'extra function or if you're a member ofer of,more than one net (AlterNet SigNet) you will'probably have another nodenumber beside the*your main FidoNet number. They will becomeAKA's (Also Known As).+You can switch to one of the AKA's with theAKA Pick List function (CtrlF6)
Read Mode Cmds Help Topics
Area Kinds(The FidoNet message structure allows the!some different kinds of messages.%There are three major kinds existing,or messages.%And they all have a different nature.*OPMED has added one area kind to the threedefined by FidoNet, thet's the STore area.That's the  Matrix Mail,GEchomailH
LocalI
Storage Area.J Help Topics Matrix Mail Messages'A Matrix Mail Message is a message that,is meant for a specific person on a specific'node. It's sent either direct from your+system or routed via the Fidonet Structure.
Area KindsF Help Topics
Echomail Messages'An Echomal Message is a message that is+part of an Echomail conference. The message+is spread to each node participating in the)conference. The Echomail Message is never(private, and will always be available to#everybody. The messages are usuallysually%spread to the other nodes through theFidoNet Structure.+Message number 1, in echomail areas, shouldd *never be touched. It's the highwater mark.

Area KindsF Help Topics
Local Messages*A local message isn't really a part of the)FidoNet. But has similar functions as the'Matrix Mail, and Echomail messages. The,difference is that a Local Message will only*be available to the reader on your system.'The Local message will never be sent toanother system.
Area KindsF Help Topics
Storage Areaes)The Storage Area is an area where you caneStore Messages, for future use.ons as the(The area will be shown as OPMED_STORE in
any arealist. that a Local Message will only+The messages in the OPMED_STORE area should)never be processed by any mail processor.another system.+The messages could then be replied to using)the Cross-Reply function. Or handled with )some other function, as a normal message..
Store Messages, Cross-Reply  Manage Messages
Area KindsF Help Topics Quoting Messages'When replying to a message, you got the)possiblity to insert the original messagetext into the new message.+The inserted text will be quoted, by having*the characters ' > ' infront of each line.#There are three ways to quote a thesage:original message:& Normal Only the text will quoted.., Technical The whole text body will quoted,% incl the technical lines.al % Don't No text will be inserted.

Reply Message Help Topics Message Head Input Window)When you're creating a new message, Opmed'needs to know some details, in order to(handle the new message right. The window'contains several fields that need to bee
filled in.t all doesn't need to be filled
These are:The Name Fields only needed on MatrixMThe Nodenumber FieldOThe Subject Field a matrix message, you canPThe Status FlagsQ Create Message Help Topics The Name Field (1 of 2)#The name field contains the name of%the destinator, or originator, of theator,message.essage.(If the message is a Matrix mail message,$you can use the FidoUserList to ease ease.&the entering of the name field and therNodenumber Field.. Matrix MailG FidoUserListCNodenumber Field.OMore>N 'hange Message Message Head Input WindowL Help Topics The Name Field (2 of 2)Examples on FidoUserlist usage:*(Message for Thomas Sundblom on 2:201/114)*Sundbl Will search for any name) starting with "Sundbl".,Thomas Sundblom! The '!' tells Opmed NOT to& search the Userlist.r,Sundb* The '*' tells Opmed to use& generic search mode.+? Tells Opmed to scroll the$ userlist manually. +(Userlist is only available on Matrix Mail)
Matrix MailNodenumber Field. FidoUserListC Fidonet Structure.@ Matrix MailG
 FidoUserlistC Nodelist.r Field.A Message Head Input WindowL Help Topics The Subject Field)The Subject field contains the subject of the message.)The subject field is also used when doingga File-Attach or File-Request.)If entering a filename with an '\' as the'first character, or a ':' as the second*character, Opmed will assume it is a file-(attach, and set the proper Status Flags.ags. File-AttachU
File-Request.X
Status Flags.Q Message Head Input WindowL Help Topics The Status Flagss)The status flags tells the mail processorhow to treat the message.*Only Matrix Mail messages needs the flags. Sent The message has been sent.Some small hints on the flags::& Private The message is private.+ Crash Send it as soon as possible.* Hold Destinator will pick it up.it) Kill-Sent Kill msg, after it's sent., File-Attach Attach a file to the message.  File-Request Request a file.
File-AttachU File-RequestX
Message Head Input WindowL Help Topics Carbon Copies (1 of 2)'You can send a message to more than onene)person. This is done with the Carbon Copy%function. The Carbon Copy function is+activated in the Edit mode. By entering the&keyword CC: in the first column in thebeginning of a message."The syntax of the CC: key word is:(CC: [name] [NodeNumber][, [Name] [Node]])Both fields are optional, but atleast one*of them must exist. Carbon copies can't be &sent in Echomail area, use Cross Post. )area
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More>S Help Topics Carbon Copies (2 of 2)Examples of CC: usage: to more than onene
CC: Sundblbl is done with the Carbon Copy*Will search the FidoUserlist to search for#the any name starting with "Sundbl"ring theCC: Thomas Sundblom 201/11414mn in the,Will send direct, without using the UserlistCC: Sundb, Hartm, 201/0ey word is:)Will search for Sundb for the first copy,)search for Hartm for the second copy, and send the copy to Sysop on 201/0. You can use several CC: lines.
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Archive   : OPMED300.ZIP
Filename : OPMED.HLP

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/