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<h2>[3.0] - <a name="Adding Nodes">Adding Nodes</a></h2>
<h2><a name="AddingNodes">[3.0] - Adding Nodes</a></h2>
<pre>Run SCFG. Select Nodes from the main menu. Hit INS (insert key) to create
additional nodes. Each added node will have the configuration options copied
from the last node. Make any configuration changes (including modem/com port
configuration) necessary.
<font color="#FF0000"><i><b>v2 Only:</b></i></font> Copy *.BAT from your NODE1 directory into each added node directory.</pre>
<h2>[3.1] - <a name="Configuring Nodes">Configuring Nodes</a></h2>
<h2><a name="ConfiguringNodes">[3.1] - Configuring Nodes</a></h2>
<pre>You can configure any node from within SCFG regardless of what computer
(or virtual computer) you're using. To configure a node, select &quot;Nodes&quot; from
the SCFG &quot;Configure&quot; menu. You will then see a list of all the nodes installed
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they will be told what minimum connect rate is and disconnected.
<b>Logon Requirements:
</b> Use this option to set specific requiremenets to logon this node.
</b> Use this option to set specific requirements to logon this node.
<b>Local Text Editor <i><font color="#FF0000">(v2 Only)</font></i>:
</b> This is the command line to use when editing text files or messages
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This option is only used when running Synchronet for OS/2.</pre>
<h2>[3.2] - <a name="Node Toggle Options">Node Toggle Options</a></h2>
<h2><a name="NodeToggleOptions">[3.2] - Node Toggle Options</a></h2>
<pre><img border="0" src="images/scfg_node1_toggles.gif" width="652" height="331">
<b>Alarm When Answering <i><font color="#FF0000">(v2 Only)</font></i>:</b>
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<b>Always Prompt for Password:
</b> When set to 'Yes' this option will cause the user to ALWAYS be prompted
for a password at logon, even if they have entered an incorrect (non-
existant) name at the 'NN:' prompt.
existent) name at the 'NN:' prompt.
<b>Disable Local Inactivity <i><font color="#FF0000">(v2 Only)</font></i>:
</b> If you wish to disable the user inactivity warning and auto-logoff
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</b> If this option is set to 'Yes', Synchronet will reset the current
node console's video mode before each WFC cycle. This option should
be set to 'No' for most configurations.</pre>
<h2>[3.3] - <a name="Node Advanced Options">Node Advanced Options</a></h2>
<h2><a name="NodeAdvancedOptions">[3.3] - Node Advanced Options</a></h2>
<pre>When selecting this option, you will be brought to a sub-menu of options as
<pre><img border="0" src="images/scfg_node1_advanced.gif" width="652" height="331">
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<b>Screen Blanker <i><font color="#FF0000">(v2 Only)</font></i>:
</b> When enabled, this will cause the screen for this node to blank out
when waiting for a caller after the configured amount of intactive
when waiting for a caller after the configured amount of inactive
<b>Semaphore Frequency <i><font color="#FF0000">(v2 Only)</font></i>:
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node should be downed, etc.).
<b>Statistics Frequency <i><font color="#FF0000">(v2 Only)</font></i>:
</b> This options specifies how often (in secons) this node should check
</b> This options specifies how often (in seconds) this node should check
system statistics (calls per day, logons today, etc.). Used when
updating the WFC statistics display.
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swapping to disk if &quot;Allow Swapping&quot; is set to 'Yes' and Swapping
to EMS, XMS, and Extended memory is either disabled or not enough
memory is available.</pre>
<h3><a name="Modem Configuration"><u>Modem Configuration</u></a>
<h3><a name="ModemConfiguration"><u>Modem Configuration</u></a>
<b> <i><font color="#FF0000">(v2 Only)</font></i></b></h3>
<div align="left">
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section of this manual. Consult the '<a href="modem_setup.html">Modem Set-Up</a>' section of this manual
for more information.</pre>
<h2 align="left">[3.4] - <a name="Wait for Call Number Keys">Wait for Call Number
<h2 align="left"><a name="WFC_NumberKeys">[3.4] - Wait for Call Number
<b><i><font color="#FF0000">(v2 Only)</font></i></b></h2>
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listing the GURU.LOG, editing a file, or any other simple functions. For large
program functions, see Wait for Call Function Keys.</pre>
<h2 align="left">[3.5] - <a name="Wait for Call Function Keys">Wait for Call Function
<h2 align="left"><a name="WFC_FunctionKeys">[3.5] - Wait for Call Function
<b><i><font color="#FF0000">(v2 Only)</font></i></b></h2>
......@@ -91,7 +91,8 @@ Menu. If you do not want Synchronet to start automatically during boot, you
may safely delete the Synchronet shortcut from your StartUp Folder.</pre>
[1.1] - <a name="Getting Started">Getting Started</a></h2>
<a name="GettingStarted">
[1.1] - Getting Started</a></h2>
<h3>Getting Started with v3.0 for Win32</h3>
<pre>Upon Executing Synchronet the screen will look something like the one below.</pre>
<pre><img border="0" src="images/sbbsctrl.gif" width="740" height="497">
......@@ -150,14 +151,14 @@ into the <i>EXEC</i> directory as well. Any file transfer protocol programs need
be copied into your <i>EXEC</i> directory. Synchronet comes with an unregistered copy
of <i>FDSZ</i> (<i>DSZ</i> for the DOS and OS/2 versions). If you have a registered version of
<i>DSZ</i>/<i>FDSZ</i>, copy it into the <i>EXEC</i> directory as well.</pre>
<h2><a name="How to Get Help">[1.2] - How to Get Help</a></h2>
<h2><a name="GettingHelp">[1.2] - How to Get Help</a></h2>
<pre>There are a number of avenues that can be used to find help on Synchronet.</pre>
<pre>This list is but a small one of the available resources:</pre>
<pre><b><u>Synchronet Homepage</u> :</b> <a href=""></a></pre>
<pre><b><u>Support BBS (Vertrauen)</u> :</b> <a href="telnet://">telnet://</a></pre>
<pre><b><u>Echomail support:</u></b>
FidoNet (zone 1) : <b>SYNC_SYSOPS</b> - Synchronet BBS Software Discussion</pre>
<h2>[1.3] - <a name="About this manual"> About this manual</a></h2>
<h2><a name="AboutManual">[1.3] - About this manual</a></h2>
<pre>This manual is an ongoing work in progress. As <a href="">Synchronet</a> is constantly evolving,
so is this manual. This manual will give you comprehensive information about
installing, configuring, updating, and maintaining your <a href="">Synchronet</a> system.</pre>
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<a href=""></a></pre>
<pre>Updates for this manual can be found periodically on <a href=""></a>
or at the <a href="">Synchronet Documentation Project</a> (<a href=""></a>).</pre>
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<h2>[4.1] - <a name="Using UART Serial Cards/Internal Modems">Using UART Serial
<h2><a name="UART_Serial/Modem">[4.1] - Using UART Serial
Cards/Internal Modems</a>
<b> <i><font color="#FF0000">(v2 Only)</font></i></b></h2>
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with high-speed modems, particularly necessary when multi-tasking. Almost
all internal high-speed modems come with a built-in 16550 UART.</pre>
<h2>[4.2] - <a name="Using a Shared IRQ or Non-UART Serial Card">Using a Shared IRQ
<h2><a name="Shared IRQ_Non-UART">[4.2] - Using a Shared IRQ
or Non-UART Serial Card</a></h2>
<pre>If you are using a serial card which allows the use of shared IRQ's or has a
......@@ -146,7 +146,7 @@ PS/2 BIOS interfaces.
You should only select &quot;PC BIOS&quot; in a last case scenario (i.e. Your card's
device driver does not support any other Int 14h interface). The PC BIOS
inteface does not support DTR, so if you use such a limited driver, you must
interface does not support DTR, so if you use such a limited driver, you must
set &quot;Drop DTR to Hang Up&quot; to &quot;No&quot; under &quot;Modem Toggle Options&quot;, set the
&quot;Hang Up String&quot; to &quot;~~~\1\1\1~~~ATH&quot; and change &quot;S2=128&quot; to &quot;S2=1&quot; in your
&quot;Initialization String&quot;.
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Int 14h drivers can also be used to communicate with non-UART serial devices
such as Packet Assembler/Disassemblers (PADs), Network Redirectors, HAM Radio
Packet Servers, etc.</pre>
<h2>[4.3] - <a name="Dumb (NULL) Modem Connection">Dumb (NULL) Modem Connection</a></h2>
<h2><a name="DumbModemConnection">[4.3] - Dumb (NULL) Modem Connection</a></h2>
<pre>If you are connecting a Synchronet node to another computer or terminal through
a serial port WITHOUT the use of a modem, you must set SCFG-&gt;Nodes-&gt;Node #
-&gt;Modem Configuration-&gt;Toggle Options-&gt;Dumb Modem Connection to &quot;Yes&quot;. This
......@@ -165,7 +165,7 @@ If your serial connection or terminal does not support the correct use of the
DCD line, then you must run SBBS with the 'D' command line switch to force
Synchronet to assume that DCD is always high. If this is the case, then there
is no way to &quot;hang up&quot; on the BBS.</pre>
<h2>[4.4] - <a name="Modem Configuration">Modem Configuration</a></h2>
<h2><a name="ModemConfiguration">[4.4] - Modem Configuration</a></h2>
<pre>Now that you've set up your serial card, the easiest way to finish setting up
the rest of the options for your modem is to run the SCFG program and go to the
Nodes-&gt;Node #-&gt;Modem Configuration-&gt;Auto-Configuration, and select your modem
......@@ -209,7 +209,7 @@ functions incorrectly, you may wish to use this feature. Setting this value to
Example (for Generic 28.8k Modem on COM 2):</pre>
<pre><img border="0" src="images/scfg_modem_config.gif" width="572" height="331"></pre>
<h2>[4.5] - <a name="Result Codes">Result Codes</a></h2>
<h2><a name="ResultCodes">[4.5] - Result Codes</a></h2>
<pre>Result Codes is a list of numeric result codes (connect codes) supported by
your modem. If you have set &quot;Use Verbal Result Codes&quot; to 'Yes' in your
the SCFG modem toggle options for this node, this list is not used.
......@@ -241,7 +241,7 @@ result code list and enter &quot;IGNORE&quot; for the result description, thus c
Synchronet to ignore this result code and wait for another result code to
determine the actual connection type. This step is only necessary for modems
that insist on returning multiple result codes during a connection.</pre>
<h2>[4.6] - <a name="Toggle Options">Toggle Options</a></h2>
<h2><a name="ToggleOptions">[4.6] - Toggle Options</a></h2>
<pre>Selecting this option gives a menu of available modem toggle options:</pre>
<pre><img border="0" src="images/scfg_modem_toggles.gif" width="572" height="331">
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'Yes', then the connection information (DCE rate, estimated CPS rate,
etc) is taken from the last configured result code and an error message
is still logged for the sysop's attention.</pre>
<h2>[4.7] - <a name="Control Strings">Control Strings</a></h2>
<h2><a name="ControlStrings">[4.7] - Control Strings</a></h2>
<pre>Modem Control Strings are the strings which are sent to your modem at various
times during BBS operation. Normally the default strings are sufficient for
proper operation, but occasionally you may wish to modify one or more of these
......@@ -317,7 +317,7 @@ Synchronet.
Hang Up String is the command sent to the modem to hang up the phone and is
only used if Drop DTR To Hang Up modem toggle option is set to No.</pre>
<h2>[4.8] - <a name="Auto-Configuration">Auto-Configuration</a></h2>
<h2><a name="AutoConfiguration">[4.8] - Auto-Configuration</a></h2>
<pre>The auto-configuration contains a very long list of modem types. Using this
list is the EASIEST way to configure your modem to work with Synchronet. All
you need to do is select your modem from this list and most everything will be
......@@ -332,7 +332,7 @@ from the menu and typing in the name of the .MDM file.
If you create a new configuration you would like to make available to people,
you can export the configuration information into an .MDM file by selecting the
'Export Configuration' option from the menu.</pre>
<h2>[4.9] - <a name="Caller Identification">Caller Identification</a></h2>
<h2><a name="CallerIdentification">[4.9] - Caller Identification</a></h2>
<pre>If your modem supports one of the Caller-ID formats listed below and you have
Caller-ID service enabled on your phone line, you can have Synchronet log
Caller-ID information and disallow specific numbers. First, add the appropriate
......@@ -371,7 +371,7 @@ Supported formats:
NAME =</pre>
<h2>[4.10] - <a name="FAX/Modem Setup for Receiving FAXes">FAX/Modem Setup for
<h2><a name="FAX/ModemSetup">[4.10] - FAX/Modem Setup for
Receiving FAXes</a></h2>
<pre>In order for Synchronet to be able to receive incoming FAXes, there are a few
requirements that must be met, these are:
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<h2>[5.1] - <a name="Sysop Definition">Sysop Definition</a></h2>
<h2><a name="SysopDefinition">[5.1] - Sysop Definition</a></h2>
<pre>There is usually one sysop (System Operator) per BBS - the owner and operator
of the hardware which Synchronet is running on and accepting remote users.
......@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ with an &quot;<b>SY:</b>&quot; to enter the system password before he can procee
sysop access can cause serious damage to the system. Give out this ability with
<h2>[5.2] - <a name="Multiple Sysops">Multiple Sysops</a></h2>
<h2><a name="MultipleSysops">[5.2] - Multiple Sysops</a></h2>
<pre>As stated above, any user with a security level of 90 or greater can perform
sysop functions, &quot;So why have levels 91-99?&quot; you might ask yourself. Well, you
......@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@ and subordinate user's accounts, they can not edit a sysop of higher level's
account (when calling remotely). A remote sysop can't raise any user's level
above his own, or add flags or exemptions that he himself doesn't have.</pre>
<h2>[5.3] - <a name="Local Sysop">Local Sysop </a><i><font color="#CC0000"><b>(v2
<h2><a name="LocalSysopCommands">[5.3] - Local Sysop Commands </a><i><font color="#CC0000"><b>(v2
<pre>Most sysop functions will be performed locally, while some sysop functions can
......@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ available while online locally (not from the Waiting for Call screen).
</u> All the function keys (F1-F12) and combinations with Shift, Ctrl, and
Alt (48 macros total) are available for the sysop. A macro is a short
way to enter many keystrokes. Each macro is stored in a seperate file
way to enter many keystrokes. Each macro is stored in a separate file
in the TEXT directory with a MAC extension. The name reflects which
key combination will initiate the macro. For regular F1 through F12,
the name is F1.MAC through F12.MAC respectively. For Alt-F1 through
......@@ -212,7 +212,7 @@ available while online locally (not from the Waiting for Call screen).
E Run node daily event when user logs off
L This node is locked for sysop logons only</pre>
<h2>[5.4] - <a name="Extra Online Sysop Commands">Extra Online Sysop Commands</a></h2>
<h2><a name="OnlineSysopCommands">[5.4] - Extra Online Sysop Commands</a></h2>
<pre>Most of the additional commands available to sysops online (local or remote)
are initiated from the main or transfer sections. A menu of the available
......@@ -340,7 +340,7 @@ command shell.
information for the system. Same as 'S' from the wait for call screen.
<b> MEM (Available Memory) <font color="#CC0000"><i>(v2 for DOS Only)</i></font>
</b> This command dispays the amount of memory available to Synchronet and
</b> This command displays the amount of memory available to Synchronet and
any external programs it executes (without swapping).
<b> LIST [s] (View Text/MSG File)
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<h2>[2.0] - <a name="System Configuration">System Configuration</a></h2>
<h2><a name="SystemConfiguration">[2.0] - System Configuration</a></h2>
<pre>SCFG is the Synchronet Configuration Utility. It is a stand-alone console mode
application currently available in the following forms:</pre>
......@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ by their real names on your BBS or a personal alias.</pre>
<pre>Remember that at any time within SCFG, you can hit the <i>F1</i> key to get online
help about the current configuration window. Following is a more specific list
of the commands available in the SCFG under System options.</pre>
<h2><b>[2.1] - </b><a name="Message Options"><b>Message Options</b></a>
<h2><b><a name="MessageOptions">[2.1] - </a> </b><a name="MessageOptions"><b>Message Options</b></a>
<img border="0" src="images/scfg_msg_options.gif" width="572" height="331"></h2>
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[2.2] - <a name="System Options">System Options</a></h2>
<a name="SystemOptions">
[2.2] - System Options</a></h2>
<pre><img border="0" src="images/scfg_system.gif" width="572" height="331">
<b>BBS Name:</b>
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<b>New User Password:</b>
If this field has a value, new users will have to enter this password
correctly before being able apply for access.</pre>
<h2><b>[2.3] - </b><a name="System Toggle Options"><b>System Toggle Options</b></a></h2>
<h2><b><a name="SystemToggleOptions">[2.3] - </a> </b><a name="SystemToggleOptions"><b>System Toggle Options</b></a></h2>
<pre>Selecting this option will bring you to the following sub-menu:</pre>
<pre><img border="0" src="images/scfg_system_toggle.gif" width="572" height="331"></pre>
<pre><b>Allow Aliases:</b>
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<b>Quick Validation Hot-Keys <i><font color="#FF0000">(v2 Only)</font></i>:
</b> If this option is set to No, the quick validation hot keys will be
<h2><b>[2.4] - </b><a name="New User Values"><b>New User Values</b></a>
<h2><b><a name="NewUserValues">[2.4] - </a> </b><a name="NewUserValues"><b>New User Values</b></a>
<pre><img border="0" src="images/scfg_system_newvalues.gif" width="572" height="331"></pre>
<pre>This option allows you to modifiy the security values assigned to a new user
<pre>This option allows you to modify the security values assigned to a new user
after he completes his validation feedback. You can also set the number of
credits and minutes new users start off with. If you have configured an
alternate command shell or external editors, you may select one of these as the
......@@ -287,8 +290,8 @@ menu.</pre>
<pre>The 'Question Toggles' are used to enable/disable the different questions which
new users will be asked when logging on to the BBS. The 'Force Unique...'
question toggles are used to force users to pick a string that is not being
used by any of the other users currently in the sytem user list.</pre>
<h2><b>[2.5] - <a name="Advanced Options">Advanced Options</a>
used by any of the other users currently in the system user list.</pre>
<h2><b><a name="AdvancedOptions">[2.5] - Advanced Options</a>
<pre><img border="0" src="images/scfg_system_advanced.gif" width="572" height="331">
......@@ -368,7 +371,7 @@ used by any of the other users currently in the sytem user list.</pre>
<b>Sysop Chat Requirements:
</b> Any user meeting the criteria set here will be able to page the sysop
regardless of the status of the sysop availability (Scroll Lock in v2.3).</pre>
<h2><b>[2.6] - <a name="Loadable Modules">Loadable Modules</a>
<h2><b><a name="LoadableModules">[2.6] - Loadable Modules</a>
<pre><img border="0" src="images/scfg_system_loadablemods.gif" width="572" height="331">
......@@ -409,7 +412,7 @@ during the BBS operation:
<b>Expired User:
</b> This is an offline event that occurs during Synchronet's internal daily
event (after the first caller at the beginning of a new day).</pre>
<h2><b>[2.7] - </b><a name="Security Values"><b>Security Values</b></a></h2>
<h2><b><a name="SecurityValues">[2.7] - </a> </b><a name="SecurityValues"><b>Security Values</b></a></h2>
<pre><img border="0" src="images/scfg_system_securityvalues.gif" width="572" height="331"></pre>
<pre>This option allows you to define the values of the Security Levels (0-99).
Selecting the desired security level will bring you to another menu similar to
......@@ -419,14 +422,14 @@ the following:</pre>
level. These values will be given to ALL users who have the selected security
level. Many of these values may be overridden by giving certain users the
necessary exemptions (if required).</pre>
<h2><b>[2.8] - </b><a name="Expired Account Values"><b>Expired Account Values</b></a>
<h2><b><a name="ExpiredAccountValues">[2.8] - </a> </b><a name="ExpiredAccountValues"><b>Expired Account Values</b></a>
<pre><img border="0" src="images/scfg_system_expired.gif" width="572" height="331">
This sub-menu contains the account values for expired user accounts. When
a user account expires, the information contained here will be applied to
that user account.</pre>
<h2><b>[2.9] - </b><a name="Quick Validation Values"><b>Quick Validation Values</b></a></h2>
<h2><b><a name="QuickValidationValues">[2.9] - </a> </b><a name="QuickValidationValues"><b>Quick Validation Values</b></a></h2>
<pre><img border="0" src="images/scfg_system_quickval.gif" width="572" height="331">
This is where you define the values of the quick-validation sets (0-9).
......@@ -438,7 +441,7 @@ These are used to quickly set a user's Level, Flags, Restrictions and
Exemptions, as well as extend their expiration date and add credits to their
account. A user can be quick-validated by hitting Alt-(0-9) while the user is
online, or with the 'V' command from User Edit.</pre>
<h2><b>[2.10] - </b><a name="Creating User Accounts Locally"><b>Creating User Accounts
<h2><b><a name="CreatingUserAccountsLocally">[2.10] - </a> </b><a name="CreatingUserAccountsLocally"><b>Creating User Accounts
Locally</b></a><b> <i><font color="#FF0000">(v2 Only)</font></i></b></h2>
<pre>Exit the configuration program and run SBBS from your NODE1 directory. When you
get a menu that says &quot;Synchronet Version xx&quot; (Wait For Call screen), hit
......@@ -448,7 +451,7 @@ BBS main menu and then logoff the BBS.
Repeat this process for any other user accounts you wish to create. Be sure
to give out high access levels and exemptions very carefully.</pre>
<h3><b>[2.10.1] - </b><a name="Creating a Sysop Account"><b>Creating a Sysop Account</b></a></h3>
<h3><b><a name="CreatingSysopAccount">[2.10.1] - </a> </b><a name="CreatingSysopAccount"><b>Creating a Sysop Account</b></a></h3>
<pre>Follow the above steps to create a user account. Once you are back at the WFC
(Wait For Call) screen, press 'U' and go to the account that you've created.
You should give this account (the main sysop account) all of the different
......@@ -464,7 +467,7 @@ find the keys to select the different options).
&quot;Default to quiet mode&quot; on from the Default Configuration menu. If
you want users to see that you're online, you can toggle quiet mode
off/on with the &quot;;QUIET&quot; sysop command from the Synchronet main menu.</pre>
<h3><b>[2.10.2] - </b><a name="Creating a Guest Account"><b>Creating a Guest Account</b></a></h3>
<h3><b><a name="CreatingGuestAccount">[2.10.2] - </a> </b><a name="CreatingGuestAccount"><b>Creating a Guest Account</b></a></h3>
<pre>Follow the above steps to create a user account. Once you are back at the WFC
(Wait For Call) screen, press 'U' and go to the account that you've created to
be used as your Guest account. Change the Real Name field of the account to
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<h2>[6.1] - <a name="Initiating User Edit">Using User Edit</a> Locally&nbsp;</h2>
<h2><a name="UsingUserEditLocally">[6.1] - Using User Edit Locally&nbsp;</a></h2>
<pre><b>Graphical Synchronet User Editor <i><font color="#FF0000">(v3+ Only)</font></i></b></pre>
<pre>The User Editor application can be executed from the menu bar of the Synchronet
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the sysop into User Edit and if a user number or name is specified
(e.g. ;UEDIT 20 or ;UEDIT BOB), then that user will be the current
<h2>[6.2] - <a name="Using User Edit Remotely">Using User Edit Remotely</a></h2>
<h2><a name="UsingUserEditRemotely">[6.2] - Using User Edit Remotely</a></h2>
<pre>When a remote sysop initiates User Edit (with the U or ;UEDIT command), User
Edit functions a little differently than when a local sysop initiates it.
A remote sysop cannot raise any user's Level above his own and can't give a
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If the current user is deleted or inactive, then the 1st line will contain a
string that specifies this status and all other lines will be shifted down one.</pre>
<h2>[6.3] - <a name="User Edit Commands">User Edit Commands</a></h2>
<h2><a name="UserEditCommands">[6.3] - User Edit Commands</a></h2>
<pre>As with most Synchronet command prompts, hitting '?' will display a menu
of commands.</pre>
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