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> I also would like to learn the best way to send proof copy via the Internet to
> the students for their review/correction and return to me for final
> The students all have access to the Internet.
If you and your audience have access to a UNIX machine, you can pack up
a file (or files) of any type (ASCII, binary, etc.) and send the information
To send one or more files use the command sequence
tar -cvf - filespec |compress -c |uuencode anyname.Z|mailx -s "E-mailing a tar
filespec is where you specify one or more files to send.
anyname is any filename that you choose for a temporary file.
addressee is the E-mail address(es).
The addressee would save the E-mail message to a file (e.g., emailfile)
and use the commands