Re: Yet another X.400 vs SMTP question

Steve Goldstein--Ph +1-202-357-9717 <sgoldste@cise.cise.nsf.gov> Tue, 01 June 1993 17:15 UTC

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Subject: Re: Yet another X.400 vs SMTP question
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From: Steve Goldstein--Ph +1-202-357-9717 <sgoldste@cise.cise.nsf.gov>

<<...unless you count Unix where it is given away for free.>>

BINGO!  I think you've got it!  (Not to overlook other freebies like
GNU-EMACS, ELM, MH-Mail...)  --SG