New email lists for R-Comp softwareBy Chris Williams. Published: 3rd Feb 2006, 07:11:00 | Permalink | Printable
Open to present and potential usersDiscussion forums for users of UniPrint and Hermes have been set up by developer Alan Wrigley. The Yahoo hosted mailing lists are not officially supported by R-Comp, the publisher of the software packages, and are aimed at both current users and potential users.
UniPrint allows RISC OS applications to print to any printer using a networked Microsoft Windows PC and the driver software installed on that machine. It can also launch and open web pages and files on the PC from the RISC OS desktop.
Hermes is a client that sends and receives email and can also handle RSS feeds; it's employed by a few R-Comp Internet products or can be used separately as a replacement to other popular utilities, such as POPstar.
To subscribe, fire an email at:
hermesdiscuss-subscribe [at] yahoogroups [dot] com
uniprintdiscuss-subscribe [at] yahoogroups [dot] com
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