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Links 1 through 10 of 143 by @nm tagged Messaging/Clients/Pine

'The UW was one of three institutions receiving $100,000 awards; the other seven received $50,000. The UW was recognized for its decades-long contributions to e-mail standards and software, specifically the Pine messaging system (www.washington.edu/pine)

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I wrote: 'Pine doesn't support LDAP authentication, but Alpine (Pine 5.0+) does. Here are the settings I'm using in Alpine...'

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'Alpine, the University of Washington's new Apache-Licensed Pine, has been in alpha testing since 2006 November 29 and it is now at a point where I feel comfortable recommending it to power Pine users. If you would like to participate in the alpha test, g

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'We're pleased to announce the first pre-release of the Alpine Messaging System. Today's pre-release includes all source necessary to build Unix, Windows and Web-based mail user agents and accompanying utilites. On the surface, Alpine and friends will app

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'I do not have any plans to continue or discontinue writing patches for Pine or Alpine (if it ever comes out!), since I am preparing for the birth of my second daugther (December 1st) and am swamped with work. Thanks to everyone who has provided support a

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'From the RSS feed of Patches for Pine we read the following bad news for all Pine users...'

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'a UNIX command-line program, a PC version, and a Web version. Alpine will be licensed under the Apache License...If you are interested in being an Alpine alpha tester, you can subscribe to our "Alpine-alpha" Mailman list by sending a blank email message

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'For people who are more tech-savvy who are used to dealing with Pine on a Unix terminal or for those who are highly utilitarian, Gmail is great. For those who have been brought up on years of Outlook Express and are used to drag and drop, Yahoo! is great

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'Alpine consists of a UNIX command-line program, a PC version, and a Web version. Alpine will be licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. The target date for the release of Alpine is October 1, 2006.'

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(includes a comment by me) 'I have...beta of the new Hotmail as well as Google’s new corporate Gmail and Maryam uses Yahoo’s email (formerly Oddpost). These are the three leading web-based email systems. I know many of you are OK with reading your ema

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