Re: [CODE] Windows 95 Email rego

From: Jason Wilkins (fenix@IO.COM)
Date: 10/30/98

On Thu, 29 Oct 1998, Ryan Morrow wrote:

> "MailSend : A Shareware command-line Internet mailer for Window 95 and NT"
> I just tested it.  It runs in the command line in Win9x, NT, AND DOS
> (tested in MS-DOS 6.22 as well as 98 and NT).

Are you sure you tested it in MS-DOS 6.22?  What did it do?  I don't see
how it could possibly work as I'm pretty sure than this is a Winsock

> Since it runs in DOS,
> am I not right in believing that it is, in deed, a DOS program, and
> not a Windows 32-bit console program (like telnet, which doesn't
> require DOS or a command-line, BECAUSE it IS a console program)?

Telnet is not a console program, it is a GDI application.  Maybe you are
refering to FTP, PING, and TRACERT.  Which are 32-bit console
applications. The telnet program that I use is a console application,  I
use it because it allows me to use fullscreen character mode like a telnet
session should be.


How big are many of your muds?  How many people are logged in on the
average?  If your mud is big, how did you manage to attract so many

         The Phoenix - President of The Artistic Intuition Company
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