BBS Message Networks
- ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK. ACnet is a small but growing WWiV type network.
Contact: Eli Sanford (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- The Cooperative Communicty Communications Network is a new BBS network intended
especially for churches, NGOs and other non-profit organisations. Individuals users and
sysops are welcome to join, provided they are willing to help make the network
available to NGOs, churches, schools etc.
Contact: Steve Hayes (email@example.com)
- DoRENET is a net that is deticated to bring quality back into BBSing. This net is alot
different then most other echo nets because when we deal with bbs related and general
topic bases with out all the of the stupid rules most other nets have. This net is open
to any sysop with any bbs software that can run the fido type echo net.
Contact: Dream Master (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- FamilyNet International
- FamilyNet Provides G rated message bases and filtered internet newsgroups to BBSs
Contact: Bob Hoffman (email@example.com)
- HellNet is an International Echomail Net for all ages and it's 100% FREE! We are
looking for a few good boards to carry our Net. We also offer our League 444 InterBBS
Games. All are welcomed. Easy rules. Come grow with us. Get your packs thru: BINKP,
FIDO2INT, IREX, TRANS-X, FILE ATTACHMENTS. For more info FREQ HELLNET or L444 or
FILES from 1:278/217 or visit our web page
Contact: Paul Koukos (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- ILink remains one of the premiere echomail networks in the bulletin board industry,
with member systems around the world. These systems exchange mail in over 100
congenial conferences on a daily basis, linking some of the world's outstanding sysops
and their callers from around the globe. One thing that gives ILink its own unique
character is a belief in the idea of hosted conferences. All ILink conferences are
actively hosted and suitable for a general audience. You'll find no x-rated
discussions, profanity or flames.
Contact: John Windhorst (John.Windhorst@fonix.org)
- Intelec Network
- Welcome to the Intelec information site. Intelec is an international BBS echomail
network. Follow the links in the left column to find information about Intelec, the
conferences available, sites available via telnet, or contacting any of the Intelec
Administration. If you are a sysop you can even apply to become a member of Intelec.
There are no fees, and you can echo via QWK, FTS (Fido-Style), FTP (QWK or FTS),
Telnet, or E-Mail(QWK or FTS). FTS methods include IRex and TransX.
Contact: Herbert Bushong (email@example.com)
- JustaXnet Homepage
- A fun family orientated message network with nodes throughout the world. Good message
volume with 29 active message bases and we also, in association with ZeNet offer many
interbbs games as well. Online application so it couldn't be easier!
Contact: Rich Ringer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Mailnet Zone Numbers
- A list of mailnet zone numbers. An attempt to stop "zone thieving".
Contact: Stephen Morrison (email@example.com)
- Mirage Network, The
- Tired of your local messages bases, no one posting, nothing new? Your off-line mail
reader just taking up hard drive space? Worry no more....One of the World's fastest
growing networks is available to you today!
Contact: Mark Hoover (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Orthodox Christian Network
- The Orthodox Christian Network (OCNet) links Orthodox Christians in different countries
through BBS conferences that are also gated to e-mail mailing lists, so people can
choose how they want to connect.
Contact: Steve Hayes (email@example.com)
- Politically Incorrect Net
- Like politics? Let's talk! Here's a network with not one, two or three conferences
dedicated to politics, but the entire network! Come join us!
Contact: Tom Lebens (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- RaceNet(tm) Motorsports
- RaceNet(tm) International Motorsports Network is the place to find information and
press releases on all different kinds of motorsports. Why not become a member of the
RaceNet family today! Our web site has 1000's of links to different racing sites on
the net. Drop on by and visit us today!
Contact: Bob Watson (email@example.com)
- THE *NEW* RIME NETWORK! A network of Networks! 250 Conferences, family oriented and
friendly. Largest genealogy resources, NASCAR auto racing, Christian areas, general
discussion, and vendor supported conferences. Simply the best darn network around. Now
available via QWK, FTSC, Telnet, FTP, NNTP, SMTP, TransX, IRex, Satellite, world-wide.
260+ International BBS's participate in one of the most recognized networks in the BBS
world. Now easy to add this family network to your BBS!
Contact: Don Barba (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Sysop's TechNet
- Sysop's TechNet is a technical network geared to veteran and new sysops. It provides a
number of forums on support of all sorts, from BBS software to mailers to tossers, to
operating system support. Designed from the ground up to be an exclusive sysop's
resource, Sysop's TechNet is the only network of it's kind. Established in 1996, STN
is the sysop's choice for support.
Contact: Vincent Danen (email@example.com)
- Trans-Canada Network
- Trans-Canada Network (TCNet) is a community oriented network open to anyone operating a
BBS within Canada. There are over 30 available echos. The network has been around since
1993 and is connected to BBS's across the country. Transfers are available via TransX,
Internet Rex and direct phone connection.
Contact: Tom Wolff (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Xpresit Net
- Xpresit Net is a free speech echomail network that has been around since 1994. Tired of
moderators that like to play omnipotent roles, this network was created so that people
could express themselves without having thier thoughts or ideas trampled on by a
power-hungry moderator. There are far and few rules to this network. The main rule would
basically be to take any sort of flame wars to private email. Conversation is fun, and we
welcome any thoughts or ideas you may have, reguardless of who agrees or disagrees.
Profanity is also not moderated. If you choose to lower yourself by obsessive use of
profanity, that only makes you look foolish. People do take friendly pokes at each other
from time to time, but flame wars are definately something that is not tollerated. We are
in general a friendly bunch, and everyone is more than welcome. We average anywhere from
150 to 300 messages per week. Sometimes more. Sysops can send us an application via our
website and users can just email us to find out where they can check out the network. We get
more and more people interested everyday, so come and check us out!
Contact: Dave Kelso (email@example.com)
- The Zero Network
- Underground bbs message network
Contact: Jack Phlash (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Sysops' Corner Website
Maintained By: Mark A. Hoover (email@example.com)