Somebody knows any program to interface the unix mail environment in a
little more beatiful way? Perhaps it exist in any ftp site?
Thanx for any informations.
"Resistance is futile ffththwpp You will be assimilated ffththwpp"
--Victor of Borg
"My stars, it's full of dogs!" 2001 Dalmatians
Either "elm" or "pine". Both are friendly to the user and both are
available in many places, including
8545 SE 68 St., Mercer Island, WA 98040; (206) 236-1676
The probability of one or more spelling errors in this missive approaches
unity. If this bothers you, run it through your spell checker!
( o.o ) Nancy McGough http://www.jazzie.com/ii/
> ^ < Infinite Ink ftp://ftp.halcyon.com/pub/ii
: >Pine Is Nicer than Elm (IMHO).
I wish to thanks all people that help me. Now I have installed (with my
sysop) elm on my system, and I must to say that I'm satisfied.
Thanks to all again!
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