Re: Pointer to Pegasus

Subject: Re: Pointer to Pegasus
From: Jane Bergen <janeb -at- IADFW -dot- NET>
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 1995 00:25:56 -0500

At 08:55 PM 9/24/95 -0700, you wrote:
>Could you send me a pointer to Pegasus? I'd like to check it out.

>By the way, I'm quite enthusiastic about Eudora. It handles my thousands of
>messages and hundreds of mailboxes quite smoothly. On the other hand, it
>also has its flaws.

>Pegasus will really have to be great to displace it. ...RM

>Richard Mateosian President, Berkeley STC
>Freelance Technical Writer srm -at- c2 -dot- org Review Editor, IEEE Micro

I've had so many messages from other tech writers asking me how to get
Pegasus, that I thought I might reply to the list.

* You can get it at the usual shareware archives. Search with your web
browser. I usually start at:

(yes, the question mark should be part of that address)

* You can ftp:

Look for the filename You'll need to unzip it, but it has an
installation routine. It also includes online documentation and a strange
little DOS-based guide (strange because it's a Windows program). I use this
program with Windows 95 on my home computer with a dial-up account, and on
Windows for Workgroups 3.11 at work with a direct internet connection.

There are other places to find it, also. Wade out into that murky water,
tech writers, and learn how to get around on the internet. It can be lots of
fun, honest. I'm not an expert, but I've been using the internet since the
"old days" of 89-90. I've learned that I can find just about anything I can
dream up . . . some things take a little longer than others, but as with
life, it's the experience not the destination that counts!


Jane Bergen

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