Telnet test is too large to view in the command prompt
Posted by Matt Kuebler on 12 November 2009 09:36 AM

GO!NotifyLink Enterprise Server:

Occasionally there are times when a telnet test is trying to be done and the results will exceed the size allowed by the buffer.  When the buffer is not large enough to hold all of the data being returned, the data can be sent to an output file. This is especially helpful when performing the fetch command or viewing a large folder list.  

Open the command prompt and type:
telnet <mailserver> <port> -f <filename>

For example:
telnet 143 -f c:\file.txt

This example will output all data from the test to a file called file.txt in the root of the C:\ directory.