Help with question about web page access

From: Jochen Kunz <>
Date: Tue Aug 17 10:32:20 2004

On Tue, 17 Aug 2004 10:38:25 -0400
"Jerome H. Fine" <> wrote:

> Second, the ONLY reason I stay with Windows 98 SE is because
> Ersatz-11 runs correctly for me ONLY under Windows 98 SE.
Sounds odd. Well. This is M$. ;-)

> As for Netscape, I have saved all my e-mails and news groups
> posts. Shifting to IE would be almost a disaster.
You should be able to export the mails to a Unix style mbox file and
import it with an other Mail User Agent. IIRC Netscape uses mbox as its
"internal" file format to store all mails.

> From my point of view, except for the 2 bank sites I use
> because I am helping my son, I refuse to use any other
> sites where cookies are required.
Browseres like Mozilla and Firebird have a cookie management system. You
can enable cookies, but you will be asked to accept a cookie when a web
site wants to set one. Then you can allow or disallow cookis for that
site permanently. A feature that I _really_ missed in Netscape 4.x.

\begin{daemons advocate}
Is there a *ix version of Ersatz-11 available? ;-)
\end{daemons advocate}
Received on Tue Aug 17 2004 - 10:32:20 BST

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