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Subject:Re: Specifying a URL in an e-mail From:"Marvin W. Miller" <Marvin_Miller -at- SEC -dot- SEL -dot- SONY -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 6 Feb 1996 08:05:22 -0800
This is also a feature of TCP/Connect II from Intercon.
> Fellow TECHWR-Lers:
> The Netscape 2.0 mail program, and apprently the newest version of
> Eudora, recognize URLs in e-mail messages and set up the
> link automatically. They only do this is the URL is complete.
> Consequently, if you specify a URL in a message that you would
> like readers to visit, I ask that you write out the URL completely.
> For example, someone recommended we have a look