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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Advanced E-mail
    mail Go to the previous next section Advanced E mail The File is in the Mail Receiving Files Sending Files to Non Internet Sites Getting FTP Files via E Mail

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - The File is in the Mail
    the world A key to both is a set of programs known as encoders and decoders For all its basic power Net e mail has a big problem it can t handle graphics characters or the control codes found in even the simplest of computer programs Encoders however can translate these into forms usable in e mail while decoders turn them back into a form that you can actually use If you are using a Unix based host system chances are it already has an encoder and decoder online that you can use These programs will also let you use programs posted in several Usenet newsgroups such as comp binaries ibm pc If both you and your intended recipient communicate via Unix based host systems then it s pretty easy because almost all Unix host systems will have encoder decoder programs online First upload the file you want to send to your friend to your host site Ask your system administrator how to upload a file to your name or home directory Then type uuencode file file file uu and hit enter File is the name of the file you want to prepare for mailing and yes you have to type the name twice The is a Unix command that tells the system to call the encoded file file uu you could actually call it anything you want Now to get it into a mail message The quick and dirty way is to type mail friend where friend is your friend s address At the subject line tell her the name of the enclosed file When you get the blank line type r file uu or whatever you called the file and hit enter on some systems the may not work if so ask your system administrator what to use

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Receiving Files
    asked for a file name In elm call up the message and hit your S key You ll get something that looks like this file request Type a new file name and hit enter if you hit enter without typing a file name the message will be saved to another mail folder not your home directory In all three cases exit the mail program to return to your host system

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Sending Files to Non-Internet Sites
    through the above process only on her own computer to get a usable file Remember to give her an encoder program as well if she wants to send you files in return For MS DOS machines you ll want to get uunecode com and uudecode com Both can be found through anonymous ftp at wuarchive wustl edu in the mirrors msdos starter directory The MS DOS version is as easy

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Getting FTP Files via E-Mail
    you ll find a new message in your mailbox a copy of the file you requested The exact time it will take a file to get to you depends on a variety of factors including how many requests are in line before yours mail servers can only process so many requests at a time and the state of the connections between the server and you Seems simple enough It gets a little more complicated when you request a program rather than a document Programs or other files that contain unusual characters or lines longer than 130 characters graphics files for example require special processing by both the mail server to ensure they are transmitted via e mail Then you ll have to run them through at least one converter program to put them in a form you can actually use To ensure that a program or other non mailable file actually gets to you include another line in your e mail message to the server encoder This converts the file into an encoded form To decode it you ll first have to transfer the file message into a file in your home directory One further complication comes when you request a particularly long file Many Net sites can only handle so much mail at a time To make sure you get the entire file tell the mail server to break it up into smaller pieces with another line in your e mail request like this size 100000 This gives the mail server the maximum size in bytes of each file segment This particular size is good for UUCP sites Internet and Bitnet sites can generally go up to 300 000 When you get all of these files in mail transfer them to your home directory Exit mail and call up each file in your host system s text processor and delete each one s entire header and footer or signature at the end When done with this at your host system s command line type cat file1 file2 bigfile where file1 is the first file file2 the second file and so on The tells your host system to combine them into a new megafile called bigfile or whatever you want to call it After you save the file to your home directory see section Receiving Files above you can then run uudecode tar etc One word of caution though if the file you want is long enough that it has to be broken into pieces think of how much time it s going to take you to download the whole thing especially if you re using a 2400 baud modem There are a number of other mail servers To get a list send an e mail message to mail server rtfm mit edu send usenet comp sources wanted How to find sources READ THIS BEFORE POSTING You ll have to spell it exactly as listed above Some mail servers use different software which will require slightly different commands than the

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - The all knowing Oracle
    in august solemn and particularly sycophantic tones Start an e mail message to oracle iuvax cs indiana edu In the Subject line type help and hit enter You don t actually have to say anything in the message itself at least not yet Hit control D to send off your request for help Within a few hours the Oracle will mail you back detailed instructions It s a fairly long file so before you start reading it turn on your communications software s logging function to save it to your computer or save the message to a file on your host system s home directory and then download the file After you ve digested it you can compose your question to the Oracle Mail it to the above address only this time with a subject line that describes your question Expect an answer within a couple of days And don t be surprised if you also find a question in your mailbox the Oracle extracts payment by making seekers of knowledge answer questions as well If just one piece of mail gets lost well they ll just think they forgot to send it But if two pieces of mail get

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - News of the World
    News of the World Go to the previous next section News of the World Clarinet UPI Reuters USA Today The World Today E Mailing News Organizations News of the World

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Clarinet UPI
    form Clarinet stories and columns are organized into more than 100 newsgroups in this case a truly appropriate name some of them with an extremely narrow focus for example clari news gov taxes The general news and sports come from United Press International the computer news from the NewsBytes service the features from several syndicates Because Clarinet charges for its service not all host systems carry its articles Those that do carry them as Usenet groups starting with clari As with other Usenet hierarchies these are named starting with broad area and ending with more specific categories Some of these include business news clari biz general national and foreign news politics and the like clari news sports clari sports columns by Mike Royko Miss Manners Dave Barry and others clari feature and NewsBytes computer and telecommunications reports clari nb Because Clarinet started in Canada there is a separate set of clari canada newsgroups The clari nb newsgroups are divided into specific computer types clari nb apple for example Clari news groups feature stories updated around the clock There are even a couple of bulletin newsgroups for breaking stories clari news bulletin and clari news urgent Clarinet also sets up new

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