> OK thanks howard for that, what about converting a soup reply packet
> (mail only) to a pegasus glue file?? I cannot use ypost for this task.
> Basicly, I have a program on the network called Mercury which if you put
> glue files into a queue directory, you can send the files out directly,
> without having to use an smtp server clone to do it.
Andrew Morrow has a utility PM-GLUE which works for this.
He's at firstname.lastname@example.org if I recall correctly. Note that
this is not the same as PMGLUE which I think is by David
Harris. Andrew was very helpful in modifying this so I
could use merc32 with yarn.
I unzip the packet, then apply PM-GLUE in a FOR loop to
each *.OUT file.
FOR %%Z IN (%1) DO PM-GLUE -b %%Z %2
called like this in my case:
COMMAND /E:1024 /C GLUEFOR D:\UK\SPOOL\*.OUT W:\C\MERCURY\QUEUE
I could mail this to you if Andrew isn't available.