In article <17922 at umd5.umd.edu>, bwilliam at oyster.smcm.edu (Bill Williams) writes:
> In article <1iaoi4INN3vf at usenet.INS.CWRU.Edu> Cheung C. Yue,
>ccy at po.CWRU.Edu writes:
> I use the following software:
>> MacTCP, which I got free with Eudora, as my router.
> Eudora, which I got free with MacTCP :-), as my mail program.
> Nuntius for news.
> Fetch for FTP.
> TurboGopher for Gopher.
> NCSA Telnet (MacTCP version) for the increasingly rare occasions in
> which I need to log on to another machine.
>> You will probably note something that all of the above programs have in
> common: they are free!
Please note that although you have MacTCP, you should be paying a license for
it to Apple, the fact that it is bundled with these freeware packages does not
mean that this covers you.
Offically I believe Apple want a license fee for each application you use
MacTCP with - that is about 5 license payment for the above list .... !
> William E. Williams, bwilliam at oyster.smcm.edu
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