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stephen baird baird at LABSUN1.MED.UOTTAWA.CA
Thu Jan 14 22:58:30 EST 1993

In article <9301141736.AA00803 at labsun1.med.uottawa.ca>, I wrote:
>> In a previous posting a couple of weeks ago, someone had mentioned that
>> MacTCP and Eudora were free. I had been told previously that they were
>> not free. Could someone clarify this for me. Also, does MacTCP/NCSA telnet
>> have NSF? Is there a free Mac program for NSF?	

Jim Sturges replies:
>1. Anonymous FTP to:
>it's in /systems/mac/eudora
>2. What's an NSF?
>Jim Sturges                                       MS 8612
>602 925-7204                                Loral Defense Systems --

Whoops, I meant NFS (Network File System) not NSF. NFS allows you to use a
drive on a remote sytems as if it was a local drive.

Thanks to all those netters who answered my MacTCP/Eudora question.
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