NETBASic and NETBAS using scripts
Goebbel's NETBAS Interpreter to use a "BASIC-like" language
for scripts which can do all sorts of things once a Net connection is
It's built on the "WaterlooTCP" (WATTCP) setup thus it works with packet
drivers as well for dial-up connections (e.g., LSppp) as for Ethernet
interface cards (NICs).
fetch-mail script, AUTOPOP.NBS for NETBAS from
Revobild allows for highly flexible and telco-fee saving
dowloads from POP(3) mailboxes.
Don't download spam - trash it at the server !
Collect headers and some one or more lines of stored mails with a first
log-in, select those to download with a following log-on and delete the
rest; works easiest with the ReRead mail reader but any other
or even a file viewer like LIST could be adapted.
A rather long text file with detailed descriptions is included in the archive
but can it be accessed here
GET-MAIL.NBS script to fetch mail from POP3 boxen has been
the precursor to the automated version, and can be used both entirely
"manual" or in batches.
It's the right tool to inspect the mailbox contents and to throw out
annoying items selectively.
- A similar send-mail script with full "authentication"
routines is (yet) under development -
NETWALK - a general purpose interface to NETBAS:
play the Net like a piano from your keyboard: Dialogue with all sorts of
servers, up/download files, debug/fine-tune log-ins with full capture.
Quite a bit easier to use than TELNET; from
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(c) REVOBILD - last update Aug'08