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63814 Implode 20921 68% 07-31-91 01:00 b652afb6 --w AXSON.SLC
59948 Implode 18322 70% 07-31-91 01:00 c67f1088 --w AXSPROF.SLC
12568 Implode 2358 82% 07-31-91 01:00 1a0c1db7 --w AXSHELP.SLC
8736 Implode 2718 69% 07-31-91 01:00 4f6b4a28 --w AXSAUTO.SLC
48546 Implode 15230 69% 07-31-91 01:00 c217e6d5 --w AXSTOOLS.SLC
19444 Implode 6390 68% 07-31-91 01:00 28911b86 --w SYSCON.SLC
52636 Implode 6116 89% 07-31-91 01:00 6c5f30fc --w FILES.SLC
614 Implode 251 60% 07-31-91 01:00 a721bf66 --w QMM2AXS.SLC
21532 Implode 4721 79% 07-31-91 01:00 906eb1f4 --w INSTALL.SLC
8302 Implode 3455 59% 07-31-91 01:00 471b50a5 --w WHATS.NEW
4449 Implode 1990 56% 07-31-91 01:00 d69cb893 --w AXSMAIL.NEW
Implode 07-31-91 01:00 --w READ.ME
3545 Implode 986 73% 07-31-91 01:00 46722f80 --w ORDER.FRM
76305 Implode 20487 74% 07-31-91 01:00 f3110f90 --w AXSTOOLS.DOC
149271 Implode 39029 74% 07-31-91 01:00 196cb436 --w AXSON.DOC
838 Implode 538 36% 07-31-91 01:00 35069d13 --w GETPROF.HLP
3311 Implode 1031 69% 07-31-91 01:00 7d8dadd1 --w INETPROF.HLP
8015 Implode 2810 65% 07-31-91 01:00 7bbe9930 --w MAILPROF.HLP
1151 Implode 643 45% 07-31-91 01:00 9c0fbc1d --w MAINPROF.HLP
5249 Implode 1721 68% 07-31-91 01:00 d55a14c4 --w MISCPROF.HLP
3660 Implode 1356 63% 07-31-91 01:00 30a2db4b --w OPTPROF.HLP
5922 Implode 1974 67% 07-31-91 01:00 07e6171c --w PCB1PROF.HLP
5866 Implode 1903 68% 07-31-91 01:00 2960e399 --w PCB2PROF.HLP
1023 Implode 666 35% 07-31-91 01:00 89c0ca83 --w PCB3PROF.HLP
3053 Implode 1214 61% 07-31-91 01:00 fe9132f1 --w POM.HLP
4266 Implode 1466 66% 07-31-91 01:00 6768d4c2 --w PROFPROF.HLP
9599 Implode 3572 63% 07-31-91 01:00 4600f336 --w USERPROF.HLP
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To install ACCESS/ONLINE, copy all the .SLC and .HLP files into your script
directory. From within TELIX type: "INSTALL".
Or, from DOS type:
Enter the name you use to logon to the System you are calling:
Your Login Name: YOUR NAME
Enter the of the System you are calling. This name must match the
official of the System and cannot be more than 8 characters:
Name of The System You Are Calling: CRS
Enter the Telix Dialing Directory entries to call to connect to the System.
Dialing Directory Entries to Call:
Press to View Dialing Directory
Next, enter the hard disk Drive where the ACCESS/ONLINE files were placed:
Disk Drive to Install ACCESS:
To save this Configuration, enter "Y". If you wish to start from the beginning
of this screen again, enter "N". To abort the Installation and not save the
ACCESS/ONLINE Configuration data, enter "A":
Save Configuration? :
Congratulations! You have successfully installed ACCESS/ONLINE.
You will now have a working Profile and AutoPilot List. If you need to change
the Language Option or the Door to open, from with TELIX, run ACCESS/PROFILE
by typing "AXSON" then press . The default path for Mail (QWK
and REP files) is set to \AXS\MAIL. If you have already installed a reader,
you will have to change this in the Profile to match the path set in your
reader. These settings are all on Page A of ACCESS/PROFILE.
Make sure that your Telix Status Bar is at the Top of the screen or
ACCESS/ONLINE will overwrite it. Registered versions of ACCESS can have the
Status Bar at the Bottom.
Please read the Getting Started Section of the Manual before making any
PRINTING THE MANUAL
To print the Manual, set your printer to IBM Mode (turn Epson Mode OFF) and
type the following from DOS:
COPY AXSON.DOC PRN
COPY AXSTOOLS.DOC PRN
If your printer does not support IBM Mode, you will have to import the Manual
into a text editor or word processor and remove the following characters from
ASCII 15, 19, 24, 30, 31.
New to ACCESS is context-sensitive Help, available at every menu where you see
. Press - Function Key F1 - and Help for the options available
at that menu will be displayed. You can print the entire Help file or mark a
block and print only the section you are interested in.
UPGRADING FROM QMM/QMMSys
If you are upgrading from QMM/QMMSys, run the script QMM2AXS first. All .QMF,
.QID, and .QMM files will be renamed to the new ACCESS naming conventions.
Then run the INSTALL script if you wish. It will create a new Profile for you
and update your QMMSys Config. as well. To update your existing Profiles, read
them into ACCESS/PROFILE then save them. To update your QMMSys Config., press
from ACCESS/TOOLS, then save it.
The file naming conventions for ACCESS/ONLINE are:
The default Mail Directory Directory are:
Please note, there is now only one AutoPilot. The old AutoPilot is gone and has
been replaced by AutoRecall from QMM. However, it will now be known as
Registered users of QMM must obtain a key file before you can use
ACCESS/TOOLS. You can obtain your serialized key file by calling Twenty
Twenty, The ACCESS Support BBS at (416) 844-8525 2400 MNP 24 hours.
Open DOOR 1 and select BRANDSYS.SLC. Download the file and place it in your
script directory. Then, run BRANDSYS from within TELIX with the command
"BRANDSYS". Your copy of ACCESS/TOOLS will now be serialized. You must
keep BRANDSYS.SLC in your script directory permanently, since it also acts as
a key file. The file is less than 1k in size and the entire process should
take less than 3 minutes.
In case you are not allowed into the Update Door, please leave a Comment to
Sysop with your serial number. Your information will be updated within 24
If you are not a registered user you will not be able to run ACCESS/TOOLS. To
obtain a registered copy of ACCESS, fill in the enclosed order form in the
Do not attempt to run the following scripts. They are called by ACCESS and
must have certain parameters passed to them. If you do run them, a Telix
script error message will be returned:
I would like to thank the following people who have worked long and hard to
help ACCESS move from a gleam in my eye to a reality. I couldn't have done it