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Scenario for using the Network Journal. J.B. North. March 1974. RFC629. (Format: TXT=4504 bytes) (Status: UNKNOWN) (DOI: 10.17487 / RFC629)


 Network Working Group                                       Jeanne North
Request for Comment: 629                                         SRI-ARC
NIC 22383                                                 March 27, 1974
                 SCENARIO FOR USING THE NETWORK JOURNAL
Network users may send mail to individuals and to groups, input as
messages or entire files, through the Network Journal, using SNDMSG or
their site's mail system.  The mail is converted at NIC into NLS files,
Journalized, and sent to specified recipients.  Short messages may be
received as messages, longer ones as citations to files which may be
retrieved immediately, and also later, by using FTP.  Mail sent to NIC
with a "/" in the user-name field invokes the Net Journal.
SENDING THE MESSAGE OR FILE BY TELEX SNDMSG
   Construct user field with slash and NIC idents:
      [Users:] sender ident/addressee ident(s)@NIC
   e.g. "JEW/DHC MAP@NIC". To send to a group, use group ident, e.g.
   "JEW/NLG@NIC". To combine Journal SNDMSG with SNDMSG to others, add
   others' Network addresses after commas, e.g. "JEW/DHC@NIC,PRATT@ISI".
   See ARPANET Directory for NIC idents and Network addresses.
   [@] SNDMSG <CR>
   [Type ? for help]
   [Users:] JEW/NGG <SP> DHC@NIC, PRATT@ISI <CR>
   [Subject:] Title of Message <CR>
   [Message (? for help):] Text of message ...
      Note: ^B allows insertion of a sequential file as the message or
      at any point in the test of the message:
      ^B [(Insert file:)] <directory>file <ALT> [ext ...EOF)]
   <^Z>
   [jew/ngg dhc@nic -- ok]   (or [ -- queued -- timed-out])
   [pratt@isi -- ok]
   When using SNDMSG through TELNET, change TELNET escape character, to
   ^Q for example, allowing ^Z to be used for end-of-message.
RETRIEVING THE FILE FROM NETWORK JOURNAL
   Substitute the citation received, for example "<GJOURNAL>21695", for
   "<journal>number" and supply a filename in the following:
   [@] FTP <CR>
   [HOST FTP User process x.xx.x]
North                                                           [Page 1]

RFC 629                Using the Network Journal              March 1974
   [*] CONN <SP> NIC <CR>
   [   Connection opened]
   [*< OFFICE-1 FTP Server x.xx.x - at DAY DATE TIME]
   [*] LOG <SP> ANONYMOUS <SP> NIC <CR>
   [*] GET <SP> <journal>number.NLS;xnls <CR>
   [   to local file] filename <CR> [New file] <CR>
   [<  IMAGE retrieve of <journal>number.NLS; started]
   [<  transfer completed]
   [*] DISC <CR>
   [*] QUIT <CR>
   [@] COP <ALT> [<File list>] file <ALT> [<TO>] LPT: <CR> [OK] <CR>
SENDING A MESSAGE BY TELNET, FTP, OR OTHER MAIL SYSTEM
   TELNET by TENEX Users:
      [@] TELNET <CR>
      [User Telnet x.x DATE ...]
      [#] NIC <SP> FTP <CR> [is complete.#]
      [300 OFFICE-1 FTP Server x.xx.x - at DAY DATE TIME]
      MAIL <SP> JEW/RWW <SP> DHC <CR>   (pause)
      [350 Type mail, ended by a line with only a "."]
      Re: Title of Message <CR>
      First line of message <CR>
      second line of message <CR>   ...etc.
       . <CR>   (pause)
      [256 Mail completed successfully]
      <^Z>
      [#] DISC <CR>
      [#] QUIT <CR>
   FTP by TENEX Users:
      [@] FTP <CR>
      [HOST FTP User process x.xx.x]
      [*] CONN <SP> NIC <CR>
      [   Connection opened]
      [*< OFFICE-1 FTP Server x.xx.x - at DAY DATE TIME]
      [*] QUO <ALT> MAIL <SP> JEW/DHC RWW <CR>
      [*] (pause) [Type mail, ended by a line with only a "."]
      [*] QUO <ALT> Re: Title of Message <CR>
      [*] QUO <ALT> First line of message <CR>
      [*] QUO <ALT> second line of message <CR>   ...etc.
      [*] QUO <ALT> . <CR>   (pause)
      [*< Mail completed successfully]
      [*] DISC <CR>
      [*] QUIT <CR>
North                                                           [Page 2]

RFC 629                Using the Network Journal              March 1974
   Using Other Mail Systems:
      It is not possible to give a generalized scenario for use with all
      local mail systems.
      The general procedure, to be applied to the local mail system, is
      to supply:
         "NIC" as the host name, and
         Sender's NIC ident / Addressee's NIC ident as user name
   See RFC543, NIC 17777, for more detail on Network Journal.
            [ This RFC was put into machine readable form for entry ]
              [ into the online RFC archives by Alan Ford 12/99  ]
North                                                           [Page 3] 


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