FIDONet nodes and points automatic installation package
Fidoip contain shell scripts, sources which automatically compile and binaries, install FIDO software(Binkd, Hisky HPT and Golded), create directories, setup configuration files and script on FreeBSD, Linux, Windows and DragonFly BSD. Fidoip could be used for: * clients(FIDONet points) - as software package for client access to FIDONet; * system operators(aka FIDONet bosses) - as automatic installation package for IP-node creation (FIDONet servers). * detailed documentation - see links at http://sourceforge.net/p/fidoip/wiki * brief description of Design and features of fidoip on Russian and English http://sourceforge.net/projects/fidoip/files/media/fidoip-design-and-features.pdf * video guides for FIDO points and bosses at http://sf.net/projects/fidoip/files/media/videoguide/
Filemgr a BBS file & .tic tosser
Filemgr a BBS file & .tic tosser for Sysops. Currently written in Turbo Pascal and some assembler under Msdos/Windows & Linux in a Dos Box.
Fully-functional small and fast FTN (FIDOnet-Like) FileEchoProcessor
AUXChat has died, the source was lost, and the project was not finished. A rewrite is under way, and as soon as some code is anywhere near functional, this site will be updated.
OpenXP 5 - a multi-protocol offline mail and news reader
OpenXP 5 is a multi-protocol offline mail and news reader for the text console, supporting internet email, Usenet, Fidonet, Zconnect, etc. It is based on OpenXP (https://sourceforge.net/p/openxp, currently inactive) which is based on CrossPoint (XP) by Peter Mandrella. OpenXP 5 is capable of establishing SSL / TLS encrypted connections to POP3, SMTP and IMAP based servers. see: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/CrossPoint http://svn.code.sf.net/p/openxp5/code/doc/Crosspoint_Versions.pdf http://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/de.comm.software.crosspoint
Radius FTN Mailer (mostly for FidoNet). Win32 Application. Delphi7. GUI.
This project is expiremental branch of Argus FTN Mailer, originally developed by Max Masyutin from RitLabs. This project intended for testing of new features, which can be implemented/available in other branches of Argus.