$ SETUP SNAP or $ SETUP TFTRLOGwhich executes $ SETUP SNAP. You may already have $ SETUP TFTRLOG or its equivalent $ @USR:[COM]TFTRLOG in your LOGIN.COM file.
$ SHOW PROCESS/RIGHTSand see if it's listed under Process Rights.
$ NEW_SNAP_USERIt will also check whether you have the SNAP_USER_OWNER privilege.
$ BULLETIN >select SNAP select the SNAP bulletin board >set readnew to be prompted to read new SNAP bulletins whenever you log in OR >set brief to be told that there are new SNAP bulletins whenever you run BULLETIN or whenever you log in (then you run BULLETIN to read them) >set notify to be told immediately (if you are logged in) when there's a new message in SNAPIf you prefer not to be prompted for SNAP messages when logging in, then set noreadnew. If you don't want the one line description telling you that there are new messages in SNAP, then set nobrief. If you don't want to be notified immediately whenever a new SNAP bulletin is posted, set nonotify.