I didn't say where you can get pine 3.89 - dahhh...
here are some locations:
I got mine from the first location.
Sorry for the exclusion.
| Charles Mengel |
| Systems Eng Manager |
| LGI | Left brain closed for
| 9017 Red Branch Rd | repairs....
| Columbia Maryland USA 21045 |
| VOICE 410-997-1393 |
| FAX 410-720-1241 |
| EMAIL email@example.com |
> Folks ---
> Earlier I wrote:
> My latest quest is to find a mail package that will allow dumb terminal, telnet,
> and dial-in PC users get mail off of a SS2 in a readable, user friendly form.
> I know of Zmail Lite, but things seem to be confused there during the NCD
> buyout (I can't get everything together to eval the package- wrong manual,
> wrong version, etc). A friend said the there is a PD package called "pine"
> that should work. My preference is the "for sale" product for the support.
> Any other suggestions you might have??
> Many folks responded!!! Most said "pine" was very good, and others said "elm".
> 1 person said rmail with emacs , 1 said mush, and 1 said Mail.
> I choose "pine" because it was a 3-1 choice. And "pine" is very good for vt100
> style terminals. It offers the choice of function key or letter key commands,
> optional mail folders, spell checker, and other stuff that makes it easy
> to use and very intuative. It works well on out PC-NFS connected PCs, and I
> on testing it on dialin Procomm people sometime early next month.
> Version 3.89 is available.
> Thanks to:
> Phil Burg
> Bruce R Baier
> Kurt Radtke
> Randy Banks
> Brian Utterback
> Gary Smith
> Curt Larock
> John Cieply
> Jay Gallivan
> Ric Anderson
> Dotty Pon
> Pat Myrto
> Tom Conroy Jonathan Loh
> Gautam Das
> Peter Samuel
> Joseph McPherson
> Steve Lee
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