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Post by Info-Mac » December 12th, 2001, 2:30 pm

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Info-Mac Digest Wed, 12 Dec 01 Volume 18 : Issue 159

Today's Topics:

=?ISO-8859-1?B?o6Ojo6Ojo6Ojo6M=?= Symbol
=?iso-8859-1?Q?=A3=A3=A3=A3=A3=A3=A3=A3=A3=A3=A3?= Symbol (Euro
[*] [Disk Watcher 1.0.4] Automatically check disks for corruption
[*] Bundler 1.0 68K
[*] Bundler 1.0 Carbon
[*] Bundler 1.0 PPC
[*] Coffee Break Lite 1.0
[*] Coffee Break Pro 1.0
[*] CopyPaste-X 1.0.1 - Multiple Clipboards for Mac OS X
[*] Extension Overload 5.9.4
[*] Jon's RealBasic Classes 1.0
[*] Jon's Remote Control 1.0 68K
[*] Jon's Remote Control 1.0 PPC
[*] Jon's Remote Control 1.0 X
[*] TidBITS#608/10-Dec-01
[*] Web Dumper v1.0
[*] Web Dumper X v1.0
[Q] Setting the Startup Disk via AppleScript
Applescript to find running processes by name?
Can StuffIt Expander NOT open in foreground?
Exporting an address book to a PC
EZQuest Boa CD-RW 16x10x40 Firewire Drive
remove Info-Mac aliases from Eudora mailboxes
Super Eudora 5.1
USB Webcam Remote Surveillance Software

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Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 10:25:50 +0000
From: gxm
To: Tom Murphy/Tom=?ISO-8859-1?B?4XMg0yBNdXJjaPo=?=
Subject: =?ISO-8859-1?B?o6Ojo6Ojo6Ojo6M=?= Symbol

on 09/12/01 2:05 pm, Tom Murphy/TomÈís Èô MurchȦ at [email protected] wrote:

> There is a Euro symbol on the same button as my @@@@@ in my Imac.
>
> Any idea how to get it to work before January.

Go to the Keyboard control panel and ensure that you have a British keyboard
selected (that will get you the pound sign Ãú [shift-3]). Then type
[shift-alt-2] to get a Euro ‚é¼.

> I rarely talk money to my Mac.
> Tom Murphy,
> Kilkenny

Sorry but there wasn't an Irish keyboard layout ...

> By the way I HAVE checked out the control panels , no euro there al other
> currencies yes. The Pound symbol types as a hash???? ###### ???
> Obviously no banking with my mac

See above

--
gxm

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Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2001 13:19:13 -0400
From: "Dominic F. Manno"
To: [email protected],
Subject: =?iso-8859-1?Q?=A3=A3=A3=A3=A3=A3=A3=A3=A3=A3=A3?= Symbol (Euro

Tom Murphy/Tomßs Ô Murch” wrote:
>
>There is a Euro symbol on the same button as my @@@@@ in my Imac.
>
>Any idea how to get it to work before January .
>
>I rarely talk money to my Mac.
>Tom Murphy,
>Kilkenny
>
>By the way I HAVE checked out the control panels , no euro there al other
>currencies yes. The Pound symbol types as a hash???? ###### ???
>Obviously no banking with my mac

Adobe has put out a collection of fonts with the Euro symbol. (Well,
they _call_ them fonts, but the only character they print is the Euro
symbol.) You can download them from

--
D.F. Manno
[email protected]
"Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay
any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose
any foe to assure the survival and success of liberty." (John F. Kennedy)

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Date: 12 Dec 2001
From: Sander Tekelenburg
To:
Subject: [*] [Disk Watcher 1.0.4] Automatically check disks for corruption

"Disk Watcher" fully automates Disk First Aid to check your disks for
corruption. Results are logged. What action to (automatically) take
when a disk problem is found is 100% customizable!

The idea is "damage prevention" - disk errors can go unnoticed,
resulting in even more errors until finally things go really wrong.
Checking your disks on a regular basis is just good "disk-keeping".
Disk Watcher automates that for you.

Use:
The Disk Watcher installer will put everything in place. It gives you
the option to have Disk Watcher launched on every startup, or just once
per day at startup. Alternatively you can have a cron launch it at
whatever interval you deem appropriate.

- Disk Watcher allows you to exempt disks from being checked based on
the kind of disk (locked, ejectable) and/or based on the disk's name.
- Disk Watcher allows you to have your own custom actions take place
(which can even overrule Disk Watcher's default action) when a disk
problem is found. Such an action might be to automatically launch
another disk repair utility, but may also be to launch your own home
grown scripts... Powerful stuff!

System Requirements:
- Works under Mac OS 7.5 through 9.2.1
- Disk First Aid 8.2 or higher
- AppleScript needs to be enabled

History:
- 1.0.5 - Under some cirumstances version 1.0.4 could run into a fatal
error. Fixed.
- 1.0.4 - Now compatible with Mac OS 9.2.2
- 1.0.3 - Fixed a problem with large, full disks
- 1.0.2 - Fixed a few small bugs and included latest version of "The Dailies"
- 1.0.1 - First public release

Pricing and payment:
Disk Watcher is $10,- non-crippled shareware with a free 30-day trial period.
Payment is handled by Kagi.

[Archived as /info-mac/disk/disk-watcher-105.hqx; 159 K]

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Date: 12 Dec 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct"
To:
Subject: [*] Bundler 1.0 68K

Bundler is a program that creates BNDL and vers resources for your
application, without having to mess with any crashy resource editors. Within
Bundler icons can be copied from format to format and to the clipboard ready
to be pasted on a file or folder. Can also import and export BNDL resources
to and from any other file.

(C) 2001 Kreative Software, a division of Kreative Korp.
http://kreativekorp.cjb.net

[Archived as /info-mac/dev/bundler-10-68k.hqx; 561 K]

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Date: 12 Dec 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct"
To:
Subject: [*] Bundler 1.0 Carbon

Bundler is a program that creates BNDL and vers resources for your
application, without having to mess with any crashy resource editors. Within
Bundler icons can be copied from format to format and to the clipboard ready
to be pasted on a file or folder. Can also import and export BNDL resources
to and from any other file.

(C) 2001 Kreative Software, a division of Kreative Korp.
http://kreativekorp.cjb.net

[Archived as /info-mac/dev/bundler-10-x.hqx; 744 K]

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Date: 12 Dec 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct"
To:
Subject: [*] Bundler 1.0 PPC

Bundler is a program that creates BNDL and vers resources for your
application, without having to mess with any crashy resource editors. Within
Bundler icons can be copied from format to format and to the clipboard ready
to be pasted on a file or folder. Can also import and export BNDL resources
to and from any other file.

(C) 2001 Kreative Software, a division of Kreative Korp.
http://kreativekorp.cjb.net

[Archived as /info-mac/dev/bundler-10-ppc.hqx; 644 K]

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Date: 12 Dec 2001
From: Thomas Reed
To:
Subject: [*] Coffee Break Lite 1.0

Coffee Break Lite is an application designed to prevent (or improve)
repetitive stress injuries (such as carpal tunnel syndrome). It does
this by making the user take periodic breaks. It also provides some
basic user activity data, such as key presses or mouse clicks per second.

Coffee Break Lite is freeware, but has fewer features than it's big
brother, Coffee Break Pro.

Coffee Break Lite requires System 7.0 or later to run. It is not MacOS
X-native.

You can find information about Coffee Break Pro or e-mail me at:




[Archived as /info-mac/gui/coffee-break-lite.hqx; 152 K]

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Date: 12 Dec 2001
From: Thomas Reed
To:
Subject: [*] Coffee Break Pro 1.0

Coffee Break Pro is an application designed to prevent (or improve)
repetitive stress injuries (such as carpal tunnel syndrome). It does
this by making the user take periodic breaks. It also provides some
basic user activity data, such as key presses or mouse clicks per second.

Coffee Break Pro is shareware ($20 US).

Coffee Break Pro requires System 7.6.1 or later to run. Use of custom
pictures during breaks (see the documentation for details) may require
allocating more RAM to Coffee Break Pro.

Coffee Break Pro is not MacOS X-native. It may run in the classic
environment, but this has not been tested. A MacOS X version of Coffee
Break Pro may be possible at a later date.

You can find more information about Coffee Break Pro or e-mail me at:




[Archived as /info-mac/gui/coffee-break-pro.hqx; 1814 K]

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Date: 11 Dec 2001
From: [email protected]
To:
Subject: [*] CopyPaste-X 1.0.1 - Multiple Clipboards for Mac OS X


This version of CopyPaste-X is internationalized. It runs native in English, French,
German, and Japanese, with online documentation in each language.

One of the early wonders of the Mac was its revolutionary ability to do
copy and paste across various applications. Unlike other areas in the
Mac's system software that have changed and progressed over the years,
copying and pasting has not evolved. How many times have you found
yourself going back and forth copying in one application and pasting in
a different application, wishing to yourself that you could copy 5-10
items at a time, then go to another application and paste each of these
items. CopyPaste gives you this and much more. It turns out that having
additional clipboards is incredibly useful. CopyPaste eliminates tedious
repetitive work and increases your ability to get the job done.

CopyPaste-X magnifies the clipboard in many ways:

*Clipboard Extender - adds 10 easy to access clipboards via menu or key
command. Without CopyPaste the Mac has only one clipboard.
*Clip Recorder - remembers the last 100 items copied via command c and
keeps them in a stack.
*Clipboard Editor - Edit any clipboard by simply double clicking in any
clipboard palette.
*Save Clipboards thru Restarts - allows all 100 Clipboards to be saved
thru Shutdown or Restart. Without CopyPaste the Mac does not save its
clipboard.
*Drag and Drop - allows dragging anything to and from the CopyPaste
Palette. Not only selections from a program, but also text, picture,
sound or ClipSet files can be dragged. Now uses Quicktime to read files.
*Clipboard Extender Palette - a floating windoid that allows you to
view/use all 10 clipboards in Clip Extender and in Clip Recorder.

Version 1.0.1 It fixes a bug in the find function: CopyPaste-X could freeze
when it searched over the end of a text with "whole word" option selected.

[Archived as /info-mac/gui/copy-paste-x-101.hqx; 1371 K]

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Date: 12 Dec 2001
From: Teng Chou Ming
To:
Subject: [*] Extension Overload 5.9.4

Announcing the release of Extension Overload v5.9.4

Extension Overload is an extensions, control panels, control strip
modules and contextual menus management application. It offers detail
information of 5475 extensions and control panels, control strip
modules and contextual menu items in your system. It also lets you
activate and deactivate them, so that you can always easily tailor
your system to your current requirements. In addition, Extension
Overload includes a useful collection of helpful information and
tidbits.

5.9.4 released December 10, 2001
* Compatible with Mac OS 9.2.1
* Now with definitions of 5475 extensions, control panels, CSM and
CMM, up from 5200 previously.

You can download the latest version from any info Mac site or
http://www.ExtensionOverload.com

System Requirements.
Min. System..: 8 on up through Mac OS 9.2.2
Min. Hardware: Mac with 601 or newer processor
Shareware....: $29
Author.......: Teng Chou Ming & Peter Hardman
email address: [email protected]
Home Page....: http://www.ExtensionOverload.com

[Archived as /info-mac/cfg/extension-overload-594.hqx; 1547 K]

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Date: 12 Dec 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct"
To:
Subject: [*] Jon's RealBasic Classes 1.0

Jon's RealBasic Classes is a set of custom classes for RealBasic. Examples
are included.

NumberField: Automatically filters out non-numeric characters from
EditFields while you're typing.
MultiCheckbox: Create a checkbox with up to 3 out of 12 possible states.
Change the colors, too.
FaderControl: Automatic fading boxes, buttons, and lines.
ScrollingText and ScrollingEdit: Those annoying scrollers that you see all
the time on web pages.
ComplexLib: Complex numbers for RealBasic! All the way from arithmetic to
trigonometry. Formulas are created using English-like syntax. Examples are
included in the ClassExamples.
SimFolderItem: Create a FolderItem-like object from any hierarchical list.
Combine with a file list box, and you have automatic hierarchical listboxes,
too. Supports AbsolutePath, Name, Parent, Child, Item, Count, Directory, and
Exists.

[Archived as /info-mac/dev/jons-realbasic-classes.hqx; 81 K]

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Date: 12 Dec 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct"
To:
Subject: [*] Jon's Remote Control 1.0 68K

Jon's Remote Control allows you to access your computer from the Internet or
a terminal emulator. You can specify up to five passwords, then select
TCP/IP or Terminal mode. Once up, you can connect to your computer from
anywhere on the Internet and manipulate files with MS-DOS-type commands.
Supports Telnet, Chargen, QotD, FTP, Time Server, Private Terminal Access,
Finger, Private Terminal Link, and Remote Telnet protocols.

[Archived as /info-mac/comm/inet/jons-remote-control-10-68k.hqx; 493 K]

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Date: 12 Dec 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct"
To:
Subject: [*] Jon's Remote Control 1.0 PPC

Jon's Remote Control allows you to access your computer from the Internet or
a terminal emulator. You can specify up to five passwords, then select
TCP/IP or Terminal mode. Once up, you can connect to your computer from
anywhere on the Internet and manipulate files with MS-DOS-type commands.
Supports Telnet, Chargen, QotD, FTP, Time Server, Private Terminal Access,
Finger, Private Terminal Link, and Remote Telnet protocols.

[Archived as /info-mac/comm/inet/jons-remote-control-10-ppc.hqx; 616 K]

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Date: 12 Dec 2001
From: "Jonathyn Bet'nct"
To:
Subject: [*] Jon's Remote Control 1.0 X

Jon's Remote Control allows you to access your computer from the Internet or
a terminal emulator. You can specify up to five passwords, then select
TCP/IP or Terminal mode. Once up, you can connect to your computer from
anywhere on the Internet and manipulate files with MS-DOS-type commands.
Supports Telnet, Chargen, QotD, FTP, Time Server, Private Terminal Access,
Finger, Private Terminal Link, and Remote Telnet protocols.

[Archived as /info-mac/comm/inet/jons-remote-control-10-x.hqx; 733 K]

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Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 21:00:00 -0800
From: TidBITS Editors
To: [email protected], [email protected],
Subject: [*] TidBITS#608/10-Dec-01

TidBITS#608/10-Dec-01

Save money and shop smarter this holiday season with Adam's
detailed look at researching products online and finding
legitimate discount retailers on the Internet. Then turn to Arthur
Bleich's overview of accessories that any digital camera owner
will find useful. In the news, we cover the releases of Virtual PC
5.0, Mac OS 9.2.2, QuicKeys X 1.0.2, and pass on how you can get a
free copy of Power On Software's Action Menus.

Topics:
MailBITS/10-Dec-01
Smart Internet Shopping
Digital Photo Goodies




[Archived as /info-mac/per/tb/tidbits-608.etx; 34K]

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Date: 11 Dec 2001
From: Stanley Roche
To:
Subject: [*] Web Dumper v1.0


Maxprog is proud to present its new product 'Web Dumper' a full featured
internet tool allowing user to download web sites for offline browsing.

Screenshots available at: http://www.maxprog.com/WebDumperShots.html

If you are viewing a Web site with your browser and you decide that you
would like to make a copy of it on your hard drive, you have to
manually save each page as you view it along with embedded pictures,
sounds and so on. This can be a very long and tedious process, and in
many cases it's more trouble than it's worth. It doesn't have to be
that way, however, as Web Dumper makes this whole process very fast and
easy.

With Web Dumper you can download entire Web sites off of the Internet,
and save them on your hard drive for later offline browsing. Downloaded
Web sites are saved on your hard drive with their directory structure
intact. Web Dumper automatically downloads HTML documents along with
their embedded pictures, sounds, movies and so on while it screens them
to look for any enclosed links to other documents.

Web Dumper lets you select which kinds of file you want to be dumped
between more than 60 available standard types, the folder depth level,
how links must be processed and if it must re-link your HTML documents
for offline browsing.

We value your feedback and we'd love to hear what you have to say.
Please e-mail us at [email protected] with your comments and suggestions.
(Be as descriptive as posible).

[Archived as /info-mac/comm/inet/web/web-dumper-x-10.hqx; 1119 K]

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Date: 11 Dec 2001
From: Stanley Roche
To:
Subject: [*] Web Dumper X v1.0


Maxprog is proud to present its new product 'Web Dumper' a full featured
internet tool allowing user to download web sites for offline browsing.

Screenshots available at: http://www.maxprog.com/WebDumperShots.html

If you are viewing a Web site with your browser and you decide that you
would like to make a copy of it on your hard drive, you have to
manually save each page as you view it along with embedded pictures,
sounds and so on. This can be a very long and tedious process, and in
many cases it's more trouble than it's worth. It doesn't have to be
that way, however, as Web Dumper makes this whole process very fast and
easy.

With Web Dumper you can download entire Web sites off of the Internet,
and save them on your hard drive for later offline browsing. Downloaded
Web sites are saved on your hard drive with their directory structure
intact. Web Dumper automatically downloads HTML documents along with
their embedded pictures, sounds, movies and so on while it screens them
to look for any enclosed links to other documents.

Web Dumper lets you select which kinds of file you want to be dumped
between more than 60 available standard types, the folder depth level,
how links must be processed and if it must re-link your HTML documents
for offline browsing.

We value your feedback and we'd love to hear what you have to say.
Please e-mail us at [email protected] with your comments and suggestions.
(Be as descriptive as posible).

[Archived as /info-mac/comm/inet/web/web-dumper-10.hqx; 849 K]

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Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 23:39:42 -0400
From: "Li Qian"
To: [email protected]
Subject: [Q] Setting the Startup Disk via AppleScript

Has anyone got a clue as to how to change the startup disk via AppleScript?

TIA

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Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 20:00:39 -0800
From: Michael Khaw
To: [email protected]
Subject: Applescript to find running processes by name?

Anyone have a fragment of Applescript to find out the names of currently
running processes (pre OS X)?

Thanks,
Michael Khaw

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Date: 10 Dec 2001 15:33:08 -0500
From: Bill Waits
To:
Subject: Can StuffIt Expander NOT open in foreground?

>Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2001 23:03:40 -0500
>From: Vincent Cayenne
>To: The Info-Mac Network
>Subject: Can StuffIt Expander NOT open in foreground?
>
>Whenever I download an archive which StuffIt Expander (any version,
>though mine is currently 6.5.1) post-processes, the
>decoding/expansion is done in the foreground. Is there any way to
>have this function as a background process? I'd like to avoid being
>interrupted by Expander's coming to the fore...

Unfortunately, the Finder can not open files/applications in the background, and the app must launch in order to process info if it is not already open. The best way to handle this is to put a copy of an alias in your startup folder, and set the parameters of the "Watch Folder". That way, whenever something comes into your watch folder, it will be processed in the background...

Hope that this helps...

Bill

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Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 17:45:47 -0500
From: Louis Bergeron
To:
Subject: Exporting an address book to a PC

Hi,
It is not always easy to play with address books and transfer the infos from
different programs or between platforms.

Entourage and Outlook have a nice export feature. You can open the exported
file in Excel, do some maintenance, then create a .CSV. A lot of things are
working with .csv on the PC side. You can also open the file in Word and
save it in .txt Be careful about what is separating the fields. It is
either a ; or a , Do some testing.

On the PC side, Outlook and Outlook Express can import a .csv or a .txt.
Perhaps, you will have to substitute ; for , or vice versa. There is an
importing option where you can use OTHER files. Pick the .txt Do not use
long complicated title for this .txt. Use import.txt for example.

Be careful however about special caracters like ˆ, ˆ, ‡, € and so on that
you have on the original Mac. ASCII code will get mixed up for those
caracters. It is better to do a cleanup of the Excel file doing search and
replace.

Louis
-------------------------------------------------------------------
Louis Bergeron C.P. 68 Granby Qc Canada J2G 8E2
Telephone (450) 776-1074 Telecopieur condidentiel Fax (450) 776-1113
E-mails [email protected] [email protected]
CSE de Granby 385 Principale Granby Qc J2G 2W5 Telephone (450) 375-3577 #228
Telecopieur multi-usagers (non confidentiel) Multi-users fax (450) 777-5842

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Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 08:22:18 -0500
From: Laurence Hawkins
To: [email protected]
Subject: EZQuest Boa CD-RW 16x10x40 Firewire Drive

Just a word of warning! Whereas the earlier EZQuest CD-RW 16x10x40
drive models carried a TEAC mechanism, which was qualified by Dantz
Retrospect Express for backup use, current models have a LITE-ON
drive which is not yet qualified by Dantz. Don't be fooled, as I was!

Laurence Hawkins

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Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 17:36:26 -0500
From: Vincent Cayenne
To: Pete Resnick
Subject: remove Info-Mac aliases from Eudora mailboxes

>>On 12/5/01 at 9:33 PM -0500, Vincent Cayenne wrote:
>>
>> >Whenever I open an Info-Mac digest attachment within Eudora 5.1, an
>> >alias to the digest mailbox is created at the root level of my
>> >mailboxes. I'd like to prevent the generation of the alias or
>> >automate the removal of them. Any ideas?

At 7:40 PM -0600 2001/12/07, you (Pete Resnick) wrote:
>1. In Settings->Attachments, turn on "Trash attachments with
>messages". Attachments (like the digest) which you have not moved out
>of your attachments folder by hand will be moved to the Finder trash
>when you delete the message.
>
>2. Empty trash. That will remove the alias from the mailbox list.

Pete, this seems to be dependent on my removal of the message. I WANT
the message (and the attachment/digest), I just don't want the alias
that's created at the top level of my mailboxes.

To clarify - I want to open the mail, scroll down to the attachment,
open the attachment as a mailbox of individual messages, read the
individual messages, close the mailbox/attachment/digest, close the
original message to which the digest was an attachment, and keep them
all. I do NOT want the entry that's being created automatically at
the top level of my mailboxes which is an alias to the attachment.
Or, I want to automatically delete said aliases.

Thanks for the help with this...

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Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 17:34:40 -0500
From: Louis Bergeron
To:
Subject: Super Eudora 5.1

Hi,
I have been using EUDORA Mac for years. The PGP addition was why I used it
instead of Outlook Express. Now, however I am using Entourage which came
with Office 2001 and I like it a lot. I can use PGP with it.

I was thinking about selling my Eudora 5.1 registered for which I paid the
fee. However, I recently installed it on the PC and the registration number
for 5.1 worked! Using Eudora on the PC is better then Outlook Express
including less virus attacks. The interface is the same for Mac and PC
except a few differences.
Those guys are great! Support them, they deserve it!

Louis
-------------------------------------------------------------------
Louis Bergeron C.P. 68 Granby Qc Canada J2G 8E2
Telephone (450) 776-1074 Telecopieur condidentiel Fax (450) 776-1113
E-mails [email protected] [email protected]
CSE de Granby 385 Principale Granby Qc J2G 2W5 Telephone (450) 375-3577 #228
Telecopieur multi-usagers (non confidentiel) Multi-users fax (450) 777-5842

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Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 18:15:58 +0900
From: [email protected] (Tan E.G.)
To: [email protected]
Subject: USB Webcam Remote Surveillance Software

Could anyone tell me if there is a Mac software that I can use to set up
a USB camera connected to a Mac for use as a remote surveillance system
with features such as:
Ç remote monitoring through modem, TCP/IP
Ç send message to pager or pre-recorded .AV file to telephone
Ç remote monitoring with Web browser

I've seen Windows softwares that have the above features but would
prefer to implement the surveillance system on a Mac if possible.

Any help would be appreciated.

Best regards,
Tan E.G.

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