Chris:
Another thought is to use IBM netstations.  They aren't exactly cheap, but
they can be managed centrally.  5250 sessions and use a web browser to read
mail.
cjg


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 Chris Bipes wrote:
> >
> > Has any on written or found a mail reader for  good old 5250 tubs?
We
> use a
> > lot of them for various reasons and would like to offer e-mail to
all
> our
> > users without the expense of a PC for 300 5250 users.
>
> This is one of the things I have been thinking about for my 5250
> PC Termserver. The other thing I thought about (don't luagh....)
> is a text based web browser.
>
> > One should never put any thing more intelligent on the desktop than
> > that which is sitting behind the keyboard.  Jan Megannon.
>
> So we should all have pet rocks on our desktops? (That was a
> little self-deprecating humor.)



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