FTP is fast and easy.  

I set up a CL program that displays a window for the target system and a
place to put in user name, password, and the FTP script.  It also saves
the script in a file, indexed by two parameters, so the scripts can be
saved and reused, for future file transfers.  The transfers are also
logged to the screen, or if you'd prefer to a log file on disk.  If it
interests you look at  

 http://www.spy.net/~booth/ftp10.htm

In <3.0.5.32.19980502221449.00881590@goldengate.net>, on 05/02/98 
   at 10:14 PM, Vernon Hamberg <hambergv@goldengate.net> said:


>JFlanary suggested FTP. So do I (Booth, you gonna jump in here, too?).
>It's native TCP/IP, it's as fast as your network connection can be. It's
>also very easy, much easier than anything in SNADS. You can transfer save
>files, no prob.

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