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From: steve.wray at paradise.net.nz (Steve Wray)
Subject: Old school applications on the Internet(was
 Anti-MS drivel)

> [mailto:full-disclosure-admin@...ts.netsys.com] On Behalf Of Gregh
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Bill Royds" <full-disclosure@...ds.net>
[snip]
> > What you describe is actually one of the reasons for some 
> > of the flaws inMS software. It was built with the assumption that
the only 
> > machines on the network that it would communicate with were other MS
boxes. 
> > The network was
> 
> Can you verify that claim somewhere I can read about that 
> please? So far as I am aware, any machine on a network conforms to
protocols 
> for networking, not to OS applications' ideas which may not be
networking protocol
> compliant. Therefore, a MAC on a network can share files with 

Hmmm I don't know if this will count for you, but if you can get a copy
of office 97...

I have a copy which comes with MS Outlook and which requires a service
pack to 
enable SMTP and POP mail.

Out of the box it can only talk to MS Exchange servers.

Outlook was originally never intended as an internet email client hence,
perhaps, some of its designed-in flaws. It was assumed that it would be
recieving mail only from trusted corporate servers.


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