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September 23rd, 2000


When I’m on the road (which is infrequently), I don’t lose the desire tocheck my e-mail frequently (unless I’m on a beach or something, in whichcase it’s easy). So, in general, I check it via the Web and occasionallyvia telnet.

My favorite web-based mailchecker is Mail2Web, recommended by theever-useful Its generalfunctionality and layout are nice, but what’s even nicer is that it offersthe option of 128-bit encryption. Additionally, they offer News2Web, a web-based Usenet readerthat I have not yet tried.

Has anyone else found any other particularly useful options for checkinge-mail remotely? -ram

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