how to get file from Simtel20 via E-mail
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Sun Nov 17 10:59:54 EST 1991
*>From: w8sdz at WSMR-SIMTEL20.ARMY.MIL (Keith Petersen)
*>Subject: How to order SIMTEL20 files by e-mail
*>Message-ID: <11411 at vela.acs.oakland.edu>
*>Date: 13 Nov 91 01:06:56 GMT
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If you do not have FTP access to SIMTEL20, files may be ordered by
e-mail from LISTSERV at VM1.NODAK.EDU or LISTSERV at VM.ECS.RPI.EDU.
If you are on BITNET: LISTSERV at NDSUVM1
LISTSERV at RPIECS
If your mailer knows domains: listserv at vm1.nodak.edu
listserv at vm.ecs.rpi.edu
If your mailer wants bang paths: uunet!vm1.nodak.edu!listserv
If you use bang paths, substitute your nearest neighbor which is also
on the Internet for uunet in the examples above. Some examples are:
ames, decvax, decwrl, harvard, hplabs, nosc, rutgers, sharkey, sun,
ucbvax, ucsd, udel, uw-beaver, wuarchive.
Send this command to the server to get its help file:
GET PDGET HELP
Sample command (which gets our catalog of MS-DOS files):
/PDGET MAIL PD:<MSDOS.FILEDOCS>SIMLIST.ARC UUENCODE
These commands should be sent as the body of a regular email message.
Do not include a signature because it confuses the server. If you
have xxdecode, you may wish to specify XXENCODE instead of UUENCODE to
avoid character translation problems.
Comments, questions, and suggestions should be directed to the LISTSERV
manager at one of these addresses, depending on which server you normally
"John Fisher" <FISHER at VM.ECS.RPI.EDU> <FISHER at RPIECS>
"Marty Hoag" <INFO at VM1.NODAK.EDU> <INFO at NDSUVM1>
Please do NOT send your comment or question about the servers to SIMTEL20.
However, if you wish to report a program bug or to request information
on how to upload files to SIMTEL20, you may send e-mail to me at one
of the addresses below.
Maintainer of the MSDOS, MISC and CP/M archives at SIMTEL20 [188.8.131.52]
Internet: w8sdz at WSMR-SIMTEL20.Army.Mil or w8sdz at vela.acs.oakland.edu
Uucp: uunet!umich!vela!w8sdz BITNET: w8sdz at OAKLAND
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