Re: NOTE 02/25/95 05:31:00

"Leonard, Dave" <DML@softsw.ssw.com> Tue, 28 February 1995 16:25 UTC

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Comment: Reply 02-28-95 09:10:08

DisplaySubject: Re: NOTE 02/25/95 05:31:00

>Anyone have the actual titles of the X.500 books by Sara Radicati
>and Dave Chadwick? I've heard of both, but am having trouble locating
>a copy of them.
>
>Chris Apple
>AT&T Bell Laboratories
>(908) 949-5937
>capple@arch4.ho.att.com 

"Understanding X.500 The Directory", David Chadwick, Chapman & Hall, 1994.  
It's a great book.