Category : BBS Programs+Doors
Archive   : WOMRD110.ZIP
Filename : ORDER.FRM

 
Output of file : ORDER.FRM contained in archive : WOMRD110.ZIP

Registration Form for WOMR (Offline Module, WOMREAD) Version 1.1


Please complete this form and send it along with payment to:

Eclipse Software
P.O. Box 823
Hunt Valley, Md 21030

You will receive a letter in the mail containing your Registration ID number.
This number may be entered on the "Defaults/Paths" option from the
configuration menu. Entering a valid registration number will disable the
friendly registration reminder on exit from WOMREAD.

Acceptable form of payment is check (personal or cashiers) or money order.
We do not accept credit cards at this time.

Please note that personal checks will take extra time to clear the bank.

Make checks payable to "Eclipse Software".

Do NOT ask for your registration ID to be sent via WWIVnet.



WOMREAD Registration (v1.1)


Date: ______________

($15.00 Per Copy) Amount: ______________

(Maryland residents add 5%, or $0.75) Tax: ______________

(Check amount) Total: ______________

First Name: ________________________________

Last Name: ________________________________

Street Address: ________________________________

________________________________

City: ___________________________ State: ____ Zip _______-______

Phone: ___________________________ (optional)

WWIV Alias: ________________________________

- Net node you frequent most: ________ (Number) ______________________ (Name)

- Would you be interested in a Windows version of WOMR? ________ (Y/N)

- Have you ever used another offline mail reader? ________ (Y/N)
(examples are Qmail, SLMR, etc.)

If so, do you think the WOMREAD interface is: (Circle One Only)

MUCH WORSE WORSE COMPARABLE BETTER MUCH BETTER

- Would you like to see a QWK compatible version of WOMREAD? _______ (Y/N)

- Please, let us have your comments below!






  3 Responses to “Category : BBS Programs+Doors
Archive   : WOMRD110.ZIP
Filename : ORDER.FRM

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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