• Echo Description

    From MIKE POWELL@CAPCITY to ALL on Sat Apr 19 12:01:00 2008
    E00/021* GT Global Village Daryl Stout 035/005
    This echo is for the use of callers to GT Host BBSs to meet and
    greet one another, and for local Sysops to welcome new callers
    to their systems. Most of the callers to GT Host BBSs are
    unfamiliar with GT Network practices, as well as with BBSing in
    general. This one dedicated echo to our callers will give us
    (the Sysops) a chance to point the way. When a caller logs on to
    the local system and registers, the Sysop should send a welcoming
    message in this echo. As this echo will be loaded as the default
    message area, the welcoming message will cause the caller to be
    joined to it the next time s/he logs on. In the meanwhile, the
    welcoming message will prolly be echoed out to the subscribing
    systems; enhancing the chance that the new caller will have other
    messages awaiting him/her also. These messages will also lead to
    other benefits as well. The caller will receive network-wide
    exposure, the Sysop's fine BBS will receive the same, other echo
    areas will be exposed to the caller's attention; and, the GT
    Network will benefit from it's friendly attention to its callers.

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  • From DARYL STOUT@CAPCITY to ALL USERS on Mon Nov 1 00:02:00 2010
    E00/021* GT Global Village Daryl Stout 035/005 GTS

    This echo is for the use of callers to GT Host BBSs to meet and greet one another, and for local Sysops to welcome new callers to their systems.

    Most of the callers to GT Host BBSs are unfamiliar with GT Network
    practices, as well as with BBSing in general. This one dedicated echo
    to our callers will give us (the Sysops) a chance to point the way.

    When a caller logs on to the local system and registers, the Sysop should
    send a welcoming message in this echo. As this echo will be loaded as the default message area, the welcoming message will cause the caller to be
    joined to it the next time s/he logs on.

    In the meantime, the welcoming message will echo out to the subscribing systems; enhancing the chance that the new caller will have other
    messages awaiting him/her also. These messages will also lead to other
    benefits as well. The caller will receive network-wide exposure, the
    Sysops' fine BBS will receive the same, other echo areas will be exposed
    to the caller's attention; and, the GT Network will benefit from its
    friendly attention to its callers.

    .ORIGIN: 035/005 - THE THUNDERBOLT BBS, LITTLE ROCK, AR
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  • From Mike Powell to DARYL STOUT on Wed Sep 7 19:51:53 2011
    Welcome back to the GT Power Network, Daryl!

    Mike

    E00/021* GT Global Village Daryl Stout 035/005 GT

    This echo is for the use of callers to GT Host BBSs to meet and greet one another, and for local Sysops to welcome new callers to their systems.

    Most of the callers to GT Host BBSs are unfamiliar with GT Network practices, as well as with BBSing in general. This one dedicated echo
    to our callers will give us (the Sysops) a chance to point the way.

    When a caller logs on to the local system and registers, the Sysop should se a welcoming message in this echo. As this echo will be loaded as the default message area, the welcoming message will cause the caller to be joined to it the next time s/he logs on.

    In the meantime, the welcoming message will echo out to the subscribing systems; enhancing the chance that the new caller will have other
    messages awaiting him/her also. These messages will also lead to other benefits as well. The caller will receive network-wide exposure, the Sysops' fine BBS will receive the same, other echo areas will be exposed to the caller's attention; and, the GT Network will benefit from its friendly attention to its callers.

    .ORIGIN: 035/005 - THE THUNDERBOLT BBS, LITTLE ROCK, AR
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  • From DARYL STOUT@CAPCITY to ALL USERS on Wed Jun 13 08:28:00 2012
    E00/021* GT Global Village Daryl Stout 035/005 GTS

    This echo is for the use of callers to GT Host BBSs to meet and greet one another, and for local Sysops to welcome new callers to their systems.

    Most of the callers to GT Host BBSs are unfamiliar with GT Network
    practices, as well as with BBSing in general. This one dedicated echo
    to our callers will give us (the Sysops) a chance to point the way.

    When a caller logs on to the local system and registers, the Sysop should
    send a welcoming message in this echo. As this echo will be loaded as the default message area, the welcoming message will cause the caller to be
    joined to it the next time s/he logs on.

    In the meantime, the welcoming message will echo out to the subscribing systems; enhancing the chance that the new caller will have other
    messages awaiting him/her also. These messages will also lead to other
    benefits as well. The caller will receive network-wide exposure, the
    Sysops' fine BBS will receive the same, other echo areas will be exposed
    to the caller's attention; and, the GT Network will benefit from its
    friendly attention to its callers.

    .ORIGIN: 035/005 - The Thunderbolt BBS -- wx1der.dyndns.org
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  • From Daryl Stout@TBOLT to All on Mon Dec 1 00:04:00 2014
    E00/021* GT Global Village Daryl Stout 035/005 GTS

    This echo is for the use of callers to GT Host BBSs to meet and greet one another, and for local Sysops to welcome new callers to their systems.

    Most of the callers to GT Host BBSs are unfamiliar with GT Network
    practices, as well as with BBSing in general. This one dedicated echo
    to our callers will give us (the Sysops) a chance to point the way.

    When a caller logs on to the local system and registers, the Sysop should
    send a welcoming message in this echo. As this echo will be loaded as the default message area, the welcoming message will cause the caller to be
    joined to it the next time s/he logs on.

    In the meantime, the welcoming message will echo out to the subscribing systems; enhancing the chance that the new caller will have other
    messages awaiting him/her also. These messages will also lead to other
    benefits as well. The caller will receive network-wide exposure, the
    Sysops' fine BBS will receive the same, other echo areas will be exposed
    to the caller's attention; and, the GT Network will benefit from its
    friendly attention to its callers.


    Posted by VPost v1.7.081019
  • From Daryl Stout@TBOLT to all on Fri Jul 1 09:14:34 2016
    E00/021* GT Global Village Daryl Stout 035/005 GTS

    This echo is for the use of callers to GT Host BBSs to meet and greet one another, and for local Sysops to welcome new callers to their systems.

    Most of the callers to GT Host BBSs are unfamiliar with GT Network
    practices, as well as with BBSing in general. This one dedicated echo
    to our callers will give us (the Sysops) a chance to point the way.

    When a caller logs on to the local system and registers, the Sysop should
    send a welcoming message in this echo. As this echo will be loaded as the default message area, the welcoming message will cause the caller to be
    joined to it the next time s/he logs on.

    In the meantime, the welcoming message will echo out to the subscribing systems; enhancing the chance that the new caller will have other
    messages awaiting him/her also. These messages will also lead to other
    benefits as well. The caller will receive network-wide exposure, the
    Sysops' fine BBS will receive the same, other echo areas will be exposed
    to the caller's attention; and, the GT Network will benefit from its
    friendly attention to its callers.

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  • From Daryl Stout@TBOLT to All on Tue Nov 1 00:03:00 2016
    MT=Echo Description

    E00/021* GT Global Village Daryl Stout 035/005 GTS

    This echo is for the use of callers to GT Host BBSs to meet and greet one another, and for local Sysops to welcome new callers to their systems.

    Most of the callers to GT Host BBSs are unfamiliar with GT Network
    practices, as well as with BBSing in general. This one dedicated echo
    to our callers will give us (the Sysops) a chance to point the way.

    When a caller logs on to the local system and registers, the Sysop should
    send a welcoming message in this echo. As this echo will be loaded as the default message area, the welcoming message will cause the caller to be
    joined to it the next time s/he logs on.

    In the meantime, the welcoming message will echo out to the subscribing systems; enhancing the chance that the new caller will have other
    messages awaiting him/her also. These messages will also lead to other
    benefits as well. The caller will receive network-wide exposure, the
    Sysops' fine BBS will receive the same, other echo areas will be exposed
    to the caller's attention; and, the GT Network will benefit from its
    friendly attention to its callers.


    Posted by VPost v1.7.081019
  • From Daryl Stout@TBOLT to All on Sat Apr 1 00:03:00 2017
    E00/021 GT Global Village Daryl Stout 035/005 GTS

    This echo is for the use of callers to GT Host BBSs to meet and greet one another, and for local Sysops to welcome new callers to their systems.

    Most of the callers to GT Host BBSs are unfamiliar with GT Network
    practices, as well as with BBSing in general. This one dedicated echo
    to our callers will give us (the Sysops) a chance to point the way.

    When a caller logs on to the local system and registers, the Sysop should
    send a welcoming message in this echo. As this echo will be loaded as the default message area, the welcoming message will cause the caller to be
    joined to it the next time s/he logs on.

    In the meantime, the welcoming message will echo out to the subscribing systems; enhancing the chance that the new caller will have other
    messages awaiting him/her also. These messages will also lead to other
    benefits as well. The caller will receive network-wide exposure, the
    Sysops' fine BBS will receive the same, other echo areas will be exposed
    to the caller's attention; and, the GT Network will benefit from its
    friendly attention to its callers.


    Posted by VPost v1.7.081019
  • From Daryl Stout@TBOLT to All on Sat Jul 1 07:53:40 2017
    E00/021 GT Global Village Daryl Stout 035/005 GTS

    This echo is for the use of callers to GT Host BBSs to meet and greet one another, and for local Sysops to welcome new callers to their systems.

    Most of the callers to GT Host BBSs are unfamiliar with GT Network
    practices, as well as with BBSing in general. This one dedicated echo
    to our callers will give us (the Sysops) a chance to point the way.

    When a caller logs on to the local system and registers, the Sysop should
    send a welcoming message in this echo. As this echo will be loaded as the default message area, the welcoming message will cause the caller to be
    joined to it the next time s/he logs on.

    In the meantime, the welcoming message will echo out to the subscribing systems; enhancing the chance that the new caller will have other
    messages awaiting him/her also. These messages will also lead to other
    benefits as well. The caller will receive network-wide exposure, the
    Sysops' fine BBS will receive the same, other echo areas will be exposed
    to the caller's attention; and, the GT Network will benefit from its
    friendly attention to its callers.


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  • From Steve Wolf to Daryl Stout on Tue Dec 29 14:54:05 2020
    Re: Echo Description
    By: Daryl Stout to All on Sat Jul 01 2017 07:53:40






    E00/021 G
    T Global Village Daryl Stout 035/005 GTS

    This echo is for the use of callers to GT Host BBSs to meet and greet one another, and for local Sysops to welcome new callers to their systems.

    Most of the callers to GT Host BBSs are unfamiliar with GT Network practices, as well as with BBSing in general. This one dedicated echo
    to our callers will give us (the Sysops) a chance to point the way.

    When a caller logs on to the local system and registers, the Sysop should send a welcoming message in this echo. As this echo will be loaded as the default message area, the welcoming message will cause the caller to be joined to it the next time s/he logs on.

    In the meantime, the welcoming message will echo out to the subscribing systems; enhancing the chance that the new caller will have other
    messages awaiting him/her also. These messages will also lead to other benefits as well. The caller will receive network-wide exposure, the
    Sysops' fine BBS will receive the same, other echo areas will be exposed
    to the caller's attention; and, the GT Network will benefit from its friendly attention to its callers.