A DOS user's guide to the Internet

A DOS user's guide to the Internet

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Includes a history and description of Internet, mailing lists for subscribers, information on using FTPmail, and overview of Netnews and news groups, qNetiquette, q information on sending and receiving e-mail, and more. Original.BITFTP The first widely available FTP-by-mail service was BITFTP, available to BITNET users through an address at Princeton (PUCC). At one time, this ... This runs on one of DECa#39;s gateway computers, with Internet address decwrl.dec.com.

Title:A DOS user's guide to the Internet
Author: James Gardner
Publisher:Prentice Hall - 1994

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