email/browser for DOS or C64/128?

From: Iggy Drougge <>
Date: Sat Oct 27 20:18:42 2001

Russ Blakeman skrev:

>I know I've seen many things on this in th epast but wasn't paying
>attention. I have some free time now and want to do some tinkering. Are
>there browsers and email agents for the Commodore 64/128 series and DOS
>(2.11 through 6.22). I prefer a free or shareware one to be able to test it
>to see if it's a POS or not. I want to use the DOS version on a few
>platforms from an 8086/8088 to a 386. I have a 286 portable NEC that I'd
>like to try it out on first.

><!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">

<hrm> Hopefully some programms which won't let you send HTML.

As for MS-DOS and derivatives (I suppose that's the DOS you'd run), do a
search for WATTCP. That's the stack I use on my DOS box (PS/2 model 70, to be
replaced by a mod. 70 486). There's supposed to be a big WATTCP page in
I seem to forget what the name of that OLR (off-line reader =) for C64/128 is
called, but it seemed awfully capable. I also seem to forget whether it is
developed by Cameron Kaiser. There are at least two browsers, too. Or three. I
think Cameron is developing one, then there's one for SuperCPU users, and one
developed by Fairlight. At least one goes by the name Wave.

En ligne avec Thor 2.6a.
You can't prove anything about a program written in C or FORTRAN. It's really
just Peek and Poke with some syntactic sugar.
     Bill Joy
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