Eugeny Sattler | 1 Sep 07:22 2005
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Opera 10th anniversary

Hey guys, just now discovered that we all have missed a great thing. 
Opera Software celebrated its 10th anniversary by giving free registration
codes to anybody 
But now that offer is over . They have stopped it at night august 31st 
http://my.opera.com/community/party/reg.dml
<http://my.opera.com/community/party/reg.dml>  

unfortunately this info was not sent to this list in time :(( 

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Sun Zoom Spark | 1 Sep 11:01 2005
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NEWS: Monthly Reminder (September 2005)

===================== ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder =======================

Posted 01 Sep 2005
This message is intended to inform you what to do before posting to
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 1. Purpose
 2. The ACCMAIL FAQ: a guide to offline internet access
 3. Usenet
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contact | 4 Sep 16:09 2005
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Re: Help me to download a file by free service

Hello ,

Here are a few more ftpmail servers I know of, maybe they will be of use to you:
"ftpmail@..."
"ftpmail@..." and
"ftpmail@..."
(the last one has its "badmailfrom" list, so it is possible that you will need to change your "envelope"
address to use it)

By the way, I suggest that you also try the "www4mail" server as an ftp one. In case you haven't already done
it, the valid command is "[GET] ftp://..." (no quotes, "GET" is optional)

Regards

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Bassim | 2 Sep 00:52 2005
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Re: Free and commercial

Nick, wrote,

<<<         ...But, the incorrect thing, is when some "hinting" deny the
 right of an organization...to, voluntarily, offer free
 services...>>>

<<While I agree wholeheartedly that it's the right of any organization to
decide if they want to offer service for free, I have to say that I didn't
interpret anyone's comments as saying otherwise.   Maybe I missed that post
or maybe I read it and misunderstood - if so I'd appreciate if someone who's
not worried about bandwidth could forward it to me - this way I can
interpret things better in the future.  If on the other hand Bassim is
misinterpreting please say so so that we're not angry for no reason.
Thanks.

Nick
Nick.staff@...                .>>
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Hi Nick,

I mentioned "SOME" and "HINTING". Obviously "Some" means
"part of" or "not all the ....", "Hinting" means "indirect speech" in
the context of my previous message.

You're right, there were no open "pert" talk about denying the
right to offer free services ......etc. So, I can't give you a solid
interpretation of what was said and feel no obligation to do so
as we're in a near family like, convergence and not on 
the New Yorker, TIME magazine. or Fox news 
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Raibel E. Botta Rigores | 6 Sep 13:31 2005
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Re: Help me to download a file by free service

Thanks for help me.
Results:
"ftpmail@..." don't work for user outside of Russian requesting
files from servers not Russian.
"ftpmail@..." doesn't exist.
"ftpmail@..." has no answer me yet.

Actually, my problem is not the ftpmail service. It is that the server I
want to download the file from is very slow, and ftpmail service does not
wait for the answer more than a 'x' time less than the one I need.
Raibel
From Cuba

-----Mensaje original-----
De: contact@... [mailto:contact@...] 
Enviado el: domingo, 4 de septiembre de 2005 11:09 am
Asunto: Re: Help me to download a file by free service

Hello ,

Here are a few more ftpmail servers I know of, maybe they will be of use to
you:
"ftpmail@..."
"ftpmail@..." and
"ftpmail@..."
(the last one has its "badmailfrom" list, so it is possible that you will
need to change your "envelope" address to use it)

By the way, I suggest that you also try the "www4mail" server as an ftp one.
In case you haven't already done it, the valid command is "[GET] ftp://..."
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Bassim | 11 Sep 04:07 2005
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Mail2Web

Hereunder an excerpt from TOURBUS Volume 11, 
Number 12 -- 8 September 2005 found at :
http://www.tourbus.com/

Might be helpful for some of us.

Bassim
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4. Mail2Web
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Mail2Web is a free Web site that lets you check the contents of any 
POP3 or IMAP e-mail account.  In other words, if you use Outlook or
Eudora (or any of the hundreds of POP-3 email programs out there) and
want to check your email when you are away from your computer, this 
site will let you do it.  And better still, unlike Hotmail, Mail2Web 
doesn't require you to send scads of personal information to Bill 
Gates before you can use the service.  :)

     http://mail2web.com/

Since Mail2Web is only a Web interface -- it shows you the contents of 
your email inbox without actually "popping" the mail -- you can read 
your emails on a remote computer and then, when you return to your own 
computer, download all of those emails just like normal.  Mail2Web 
also lets you reply to and even delete any or all of the emails in 
your inbox before you ever even download them with your regular email 
program.

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Sun Zoom Spark | 1 Oct 11:01 2005
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NEWS: Monthly Reminder (October 2005)

===================== ACCMAIL Monthly Reminder =======================

Posted 01 Oct 2005
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the mailing list discussing "Accessing the Internet via Email".

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 2. The ACCMAIL FAQ: a guide to offline internet access
 3. Usenet
 4. WWW-to-email server performance statistics
 5. Posting to ACCMAIL: language
 6. Posting to ACCMAIL: subject lines
 7. Posting to ACCMAIL: off-topic
 8. Posting to ACCMAIL: netiquette
 9. Receiving ACCMAIL: digest and single postings
10. ACCMAIL topics
11. ACCMAIL archives and search
12. Other mailing lists
13. Epilogue

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This list exists as a forum for communicating news, comments and
questions about email-only methods of accessing the Internet.

This is the place to find out about new versions, ask questions about
the current version, make suggestions for additions/deletions, etc.

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