On Thu, 31 January 2002, "R. Bruce Hoffman, Jr." wrote:

> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Matt Patee" <mpatee@abm.com>
>
> > OK, I have looked through the archives and find nothing that answers this
> > question yet, so hopefully somebody has found something new. It is an HTML
> > file. I tried with no avail to see if I could move it to QDLS but I did
> not
> > find a command to do it.
>
> uh, cpyfrmstmf followed by cpytopcd?
> not direct, but might do the job for you.

Or maybe a simple cpy command to copy into /QDLS/foldername?

Tom Liotta

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