In article <1992Apr28.161131.19175 at bronze.ucs.indiana.edu> gilbertd at sunflower.bio.indiana.edu (Don Gilbert) writes:
>>The post office, or pop server, computer needs to run pop server software
>which is available for either UNIX or VMS computers (see below). The
>microcomputer needs to have a client program, available for either
>Mac or MSDOS.
>In addition to the UNIX or VMS pop servers there is also a popserver for
MS DOS machines. This is the ubiquitous KA9Q program which we use to act
as a gateway for our Novell net to the internet, as well as our popserver.
KA9Q is an internal multitasker and can simultaneously act as a client,
server, and a packet switch. On a large number of FTP sites KA9Q is
resident as net-1229.arc
Dr Robert J. Coelen
Dept of Microbiology