On Thu, Feb 11, 1999 at 10:59:47PM +0900, Yutaka Sato wrote:
> On 01/29/99(18:46) you Ertan Payci <email@example.com> wrote
> in <_A247@delegate-en.ML_> (nntp://coe/mail-lists.delegate-en/247):
> |01/29 10:28:33.25  1+0/1: ## S-C 501 Bad command use [MODE READER]
> |01/29 10:28:33.25  1+0/1: LIST:  ERROR: 501 Bad command use^M
> |01/29 10:28:33.25  1+0/1: LIST: put 0 bytes, FATAL=1 RESP=501 Bad command
> I have questions to figure out what is happening.
> - Doesn't the problem occurs when you connected the server without DeleGate ?
> - What is your news client ?
I used netscape and tin.
> - What will happen when you use DeleGate like this:
> % delegated -P119 -v SERVER=tcprelay://news.is-europe.net:119
> If this works, then something is wrong in NNTP-DeleGate
Infact, i had figured out that this works quite well:
> - What will be put if you use the following as a NNTP-DeleGate
> % delegated -P119 -f SERVER=nntp://news.is-europe.net FTOCL=-tee-h FFROMCL=-tee
> This will show the conversation between the client and the server.
I'll give it a trial...
> - Is the following is as is in your parameter file?
> |EXPIRE=1d CRON="0 * * * * -expire 2d"
> - What does the first line means?
Well i'll think about it :-)
> - The CRON parameter in the second line will be ignored since you can
> write only a parameter each line
This is obsolete since i changed the configuration right after sending my last mail.