Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : QCOM297.ZIP
Filename : FILES.DOC

 
Output of file : FILES.DOC contained in archive : QCOM297.ZIP
Files included in QCom297.Zip

WHAT'S NEW -info on the latest changes and fixes. Read it!

***************** QCOM FILES ********************
QCOM EXE -main program file
QCOM MDM -modem configuration data used by QS.EXE
QCOM SCR -sample script
QCOM CFG -Configuration file used by QCom.
QCOM DOC -documentation for QCom.
QCOM FON -telephone directory for QCom.
QCOM HLP -help file for QCom.
QZ EXE -file transfer module.

***************** HOST FILES ********************
MENU HOS -Host mode menu
HELLO HOS -welcome screen sent to caller by QCom Host. Use an ansi
editor to change it, or create your own.
HELP HOS -help file sent to callers in Host mode. Use an ansi editor
to modify it, or create your own.
AREAS HOS -Area list file used in Host mode. Edit this to suit
the subdirectories you wish to allow callers to access.
Use a text editor to modify it, or create your own.
BYE HOS -goodbye screen used in Host mode.

***************** MAIL FILES ********************
QMP DOC -docs for Qcom Mail Processor.
QMP EXE -QCom Mail Processor program.
QMP CFG -Configuration file used By QCom Mail Processor.
QMPTAGS TXT -sample taglines used by QCom Mail Processor.


***************** MISC FILES ********************
QS EXE -Qcom setup program
QTT EXE -Time tally utility to add times stored in a "LOG" file.
REGISTER -registration information.
FILES DOC -This file.
FILE_ID DIZ -information about QCom. DIZ file used by some BBS's


  3 Responses to “Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : QCOM297.ZIP
Filename : FILES.DOC

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