<CT> Re: Website overhaul / Re: Mail-Box watcher

  • From: JGrossklass@xxxxxxxxxxx (Stephan Grossklass)
  • To: calmira_tips@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2001 15:11:45 +0200

> Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2001 10:00:52 -0500
> From: Ross Nelson <rnelson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: <CT> Re: Website overhaul

> >I noticed your site is going to have a GUI History section.  Have you seen=
> >  this one:
> >
> >http://www.windrivers.com/timeline/index.htm
> >
> >It's a walk down memory  (RAM?) lane...

> It's just like a page I've seen before, but worse.  The one I found a while
> ago has screenshots for more.  However, they lack the yearly earnings.

I like these:

> Downloading the Win98 crashes video now.  :)

You mean the one with Bill Gates at the presentation of Windoze 98? ;)

> From: "Mario Pignata" <m.pignata@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2001 17:08:04 +0200
> Subject: <CT> Re: Mail-Box watcher

> Personally I'm very happy with Pegasus Mail (16bit vers. 3.12b) to do
> that and many other things. I would recommend it. But even the lighter
> and simpler Fox Mail 1.6 does what you're looking for.

Since you're using Pegasus Mail, could you please tell me how to set the
time zone there? 

> From: "Michael Lennartz" <lennartz-mi@xxxxxxx>
> Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2001 18:07:10 +0100
> Subject: <CT> Re: Website overhaul / Re: Mail-Box watcher

> Am Thu, 14 Jun 2001 13:23:46 +0200, JGrossklass@xxxxxxxxxxx (Stephan 
> Grossklass)
> schrieb:

I think the intro still needs some work...

> > Hard drives like this cost some DM 20-30 (de.markt.comp.hardware.*) -
> > even I could afford that (well, not currently, since my
> > 4-year-old-yet-new-in-box graphics cards is going to arrive soon,
> > hopefully)!? You shouldn't buy such things at ePay, of course...
> What is the complete address of de.markt.comp.hardware.*?
> The browser (this time: Arachne) can't find the page.

This is a usenet hierarchy. To access the usenet in DOS, you'd need one
of the three (!) versions of Crosspoint and UKA_PPP.

Citing Hans-Jürgen Bardenhagen:

On 13 Jun 01, Stephan Grossklass <sgrossklass_dejanews@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> News/Mail: Crosspoint (da gibt's irgendwie zwei Versionen?).

Das wäre ja schlimm... ;-) Es gibt inzwischen drei, für jeden Geschmack  
eines. Meiner: XP 3.218.1jg von Jochen Gehring, http://xpoint.da.ru

Übrigens ist CrossPoint allein noch nicht Usenet- und E-Mail-fähig,  
sondern braucht noch einen Client, z.B. UKA_PPP für DOS, der die Mails  
(SMTP und POP3) und News (NNTP) beim Provider abholt und wieder  
abliefert. Eine weitere Möglichkeit wäre, sich einen UUCP-Zugang (z.B.  
den von Nexgo für einmalig DM 10,-) zu besorgen, dann kommt man auch  
ohne UKA_PPP aus und braucht nur noch das UUCP-Paket für XP, wodurch
dann gepackte Mails und News beim Provider haben kann.

In Windoze, you can use Forte Free Agent, though it's not all that much
fun in de.* since it lacks support for quoted-printable encoding.

Stephan Großklaß (7bit: Grossklass)
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