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FBB Command

List of available commands:
A : Abort - Abort listing.
B : Bye - Log off the BBS.
C : Conference - Access to conference.
D : DOS - Access to FBBDOS, or to download a file.
F : FBB - Access to the server mode.
G : Gateway - Access to the other frequences by 'gateway'.
H : Help - Help.
I : Info - Information about the system.
J : Jheard - List of the last few connected stations.
K : Kill - Kill messages.
L : List - List messages.
M : Make - Copy a message to a file.
N : Name - Change your name.
NZ: Zip - State your zip-code.
NH: homeBBS - Type your home-BBS.
O : Option - Select options (paging, language, list/read personal etc).
PS: Servers - Show which servers are available in this BBS.
PG: Program - Run (show) certain DOS-programs.
R : Read - Read messages.
S : Send - Send messages.
T : Talk - Talk to SYSOP.
U : Upload - Upload a file to the BBS.
V : Verbose - Verbose read of messages (like R, but with forwarding headers).
W : What - Which files are available.
X : Expert - Change between Normal and Expert.
Y : Yapp - Transfer binary files with the Yapp transfer protocol.
Z : Delete - Delete a file.
+ : Append - Only for sysops: Append a file after a message.
> : Send text - To send a text to another station connected to the BBS.
= : Connect - To connect another station connected to the BBS.
! : Info - Short version of the I-command.
$ : Forwardet - Only for sysop: Show what BBSs that will receive, or
already have received a message.
* : Wildcard - Many possibilities, like @,?,#,=,*

For detailed help on each command, type ? [command].
(1) KB2VLX BBS (H for help) >
:>? w
Use the W-command (alone) to get a list of files in the users root-directory.
Use the W-command with path to see what is in the sub-directories, like this:
W LOCAL (see what is in the LOCAL sub-directory)

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