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Subject:Re: WWW and Telecommuting From:powen -at- MAIL -dot- LMI -dot- ORG Date:Tue, 19 Sep 1995 13:54:31 EST
> Yes, I also use pcAnywhere when I telecommute. I only use it for
> mail and file transfers--I also found that running applications on
> the host computer tends to bind it up.
I tend to use pcAnywhere strictly for file transfers and picking up mail, too.
I've had the same experience as Kris in with trying to work in host applications
from a remote site. Also, some of my clients have only one or two lines
dedicating to dialing into the network, so they usually prefer that no use the
Nighthawk1 -at- aol -dot- com, or powen -at- lmi -dot- org