In article <73F07478@asq8po1.bah.com>,
"Lemire Dave" <LEMIRED@bah.com> wrote:
> 1) How do I know that uqwk has actually sent my replies? Is it supposed to
UQWK always deletes the REPLIES file when it is done, even when it
couldn't send the mail or connect to the NNTP server. It's been
a while since I last checked the source, but I think it uses a
non-zero exit code to indicate a failure.
> 2) Is it possible to get uqwk to print some kind of "I'm Done!" message to
> the console?
Not without some code hacking to the source. You can wrap uqwk in
a shell script which writes the message. This even saves you some
typing to get the command line parameters right:
echo "Starting uqwk, please wait..."
uqwk -m -n +L -RREPLIES
echo "I'm Done!" 1>&2
This last line writes the "done" message to standard error.
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