• File attachments

    From John Dovey@4:920/69.1 to All on Saturday, March 05, 2022 12:06:32
    Hi,
    does anyone know what happens to file attachments when they arrive in Aftershock?
    Both when one is sent via routed Netmail and when a Freq is done.

    thank you
    John
    --- AfterShock/Android 1.6.8
    * Origin: Firecat Mobile (4:920/69.1)
  • From Rudi Timmermans@2:292/140 to John Dovey on Saturday, March 05, 2022 19:46:58
    Hi John,

    does anyone know what happens to file attachments when they arrive in Aftershock?
    Both when one is sent via routed Netmail and when a Freq is done.

    Check into Android/data/com.asvcorp.aftershock path on your device there you have the AfterShock directorys where what holds all messages etc...

    I think you should found the files there....

    Greetings,
    Rudi

    --- DB4/Li March 03 2022
    * Origin: Light Station (2:292/140)
  • From John Dovey@4:920/69.1 to Rudi Timmermans on Saturday, March 05, 2022 14:42:41

    Check into Android/data/com.asvcorp.aftershock path on your device there you have the AfterShock directorys where what holds all messages etc...

    I think you should found the files there....

    Thank you
    --- AfterShock/Android 1.6.8
    * Origin: Firecat Mobile (4:920/69.1)
  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to John Dovey on Monday, March 07, 2022 09:01:50
    On 2022 Mar 06 10:30:10, you wrote to me:

    in short, you should send all file attaches directly to the
    destination system if you expect them to arrive...

    True enough. I guess I used the terminology incorrectly. I maybe
    should have said "crash Netmail" because what I meant was the Netmail
    was routed directly to my system and not passed around via various
    other systems.

    ahhh, ok... "direct netmail" would be better, though... "crash" simply means the message goes as soon as possible... like "immediate" means the message goes
    right now (instead of waiting to be qualified for sending later like some mailers do)...

    )\/(ark

    "The soul of a small kitten in the body of a mighty dragon. Look on my majesty,
    ye mighty, and despair! Or bring me catnip. Your choice. Oooh, a shiny thing!" ... Your belly button is your original mouth.
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    * Origin: (1:3634/12.73)