|.01||name(+)||0;1||FREE TEXT||B||The name assigned to this particular communications protocol.|
|1||send||1;E1,200||FREE TEXT||The executable MUMPS code that will send the data in the
|2||receive||2;E1,200||FREE TEXT||The executable MUMPS code which will receive data and store it
in the variable XMRG.|
|3||open||3;E1,200||FREE TEXT||The executable MUMPS code which will open the communication channel,
setting the variable IO to the proper value.
There are a couple of variables that can be set in this area to control
XMNO220=1 will stop MailMan from issuing its second (and mandatory
when talking to another MailMan system, but fatal when talking
to non-MailMan SMTP messaging systems) 220 'ready' when the
receiver is indicating it is on the line and ready to receive.
XMD="D" causes MailMan to echo on the principle device the entire
|4||close||4;E1,200||FREE TEXT||The executable MUMPS code which will close the communication