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Welcome to the Minuet Help System. w
To learn how to use the Help System, press the Enter or Return key on your keyboard to view the topic "HelpÿonÿHelp." €
Minuet has context-sensitive help. Pressing F1 at any point will bring up help about the part of Minuet you are currently in. 7
Other general topics for which help is available are: 3
ComposingÿMailÿMessages
ViewingÿMailÿMessages
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HowÿtoÿUseÿtheÿMenus
HowÿtoÿUseÿ"HotÿKeys"
HowÿtoÿUseÿDialogÿBoxes
HowÿtoÿUseÿtheÿMouse

HelpÿContents
HelpÿIndex
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Click on HELP for more info. [*''Ü Manage menu Ü  ßßßßßßßßßßßßßßß
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The Manage menu contains options for managing your existing messages. There are options for viewing different mail folders, selecting messages, creating new mail folders, moving messages between folders, deleting messages, and sorting messages. 
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"Go to Folder" lets you go to a different mail folder. You can also create or delete mail folders here. 'Ü Manage³Sort Folder...  ßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßß
`"Sort folder" sorts the messages in the index window. You can sort by Name, subject, or date. 3
Any marked messages sort to the top on the index. 'Ü Manage³Move messages  ßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßß
—"Move marked messages" moves all the marked messages to a folder of your choice. If no messages are marked, this item changes to "move this message". 'Ü Manage³Copy messages  ßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßß
´"Copy marked messages" makes a copy of all the marked messages and puts the copies in a folder of your choice. If no messages are marked, this item changes to "Copy this message". 'Ü Manage³Trash messages ßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßß
è"Trash marked messages" trashes all the marked messages. Trashed messages go into the Trash folder. You can later retrieve or delete the messages in the Trash. If no messages are marked, this item changes to "Trash this message". '%Ü Manage³Mark/Unmark current message % ßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßß
É"Mark/Unmark current message" lets you mark or unmark the message you are currently looking at. You can also do this by double-clicking on the message line in the index, or by pressing the space bar. ”
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D"Unmark all" removes the checkmarks from all messages in the index. 'Ü Manage³Mark All  ßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßß
š"Mark all" puts checkmarks by all the messages in the index. A subsequent delete or move command will operate on all the messages in the current folder. 'Ü Manage³Mark messages with...  ßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßß
¶"Mark messages with..." lets you mark all messages that contain a word or phrases. You can specify a subset by specifying "cat AND dog" or be more inclusive by saying "cat OR dog". 'Ü Manage³Empty Trash  ßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßßß
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"Empty Trash" throws away all the messages you've put into the trash. You'll want to do this periodically as the trash piles up. At any time before this you can retrieve messages out of the trash folder. '
Ü The Viewer
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At the very top right of the window, there is an Index check box that controls whether you can see view the index. H
Below that is the From box which shows the name of the message sender. <
Below that are the Date and Subject lines for the message. (
Below that is the body of the message. g
Click on any of the highlighted words above for more help on that specific part of the viewer window. Šßc'X
The large box taking up most of the window is where the body of your messages appears. ´
If the message body is larger than this area, you can browse thru the message with the arrow keys. If you have a mouse, you can also use the scroll bar to the right of the body.  
You can copy text out of the body of a message with the Edit|Copy menu item. You can also save the message to a text file with the File|Save as... menu item. –
You can also edit the body of the message by typing, but the changes are not saved. This helps to somewhat preserve the integrity of incoming mail. '
The Index —
The Index displays a summary of all the messages in this mail folder. The display includes the name of the sender, the subject, and the message date. n
You can turn the index display on or off by clicking on the Index check box at the top of the viewer window. ~
You can go to any message in the index by clicking on the desired line in the index, or scrolling to it with the arrow keys. Ã
Only a few lines of the index are visible on screen. If you have more than 10 messages, you can browse thru the index with the arrow keys, or by using the scroll bar to the right of the index. ¡
With the "Manage" menu, you can select messages to be moved, deleted, or copied to other mail folders. You can also sort the index by name, subject, or date. ª
Note: In Minuet 1.0, only the first 300 messages in any one mail folder are displayed in the index. This will likely leap upward in future versions to several thousand. ´
For this reason, and general cleanliness, you'll probably want to move related mail messages to separate mail folders instead of letting them all pool in the main "INBOX" folder. ß
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The From: field in the viewer displays the name of the person who sent the message. –
If you scroll down this field with the arrow keys, you'll also see the complete mail header for this message. This is sometimes useful information. '
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You can turn the index display on or off with the index checkbox. ‰
If you turn the index checkbox on, the top area of the viewer window displays an indexÿofÿallÿyourÿmessages in the current mail folder. H
If you turn the index off, you see the From: and Subject: lines again.  ''
The Composer Body 6

You type your message into this area of the screen. 
Type in as much as you like. @
You can move around your message with the arrow keys or mouse. s
You can use the Edit|Cut, Copy and Paste menu items to edit your message and to move text in from other messages. i
You can attach Enclosures to your message. An enclosure can be any IBM PC or Macintosh file or program. ±
If you want to include the whole text of another message, its often easier to press the Reply button to automatically generate a reply message with the original text included. Ç¡Ê+
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Enter a descriptive title for your message here. ' Œ
This is where you enter the e-mail addresses of the people you wish to receive your message. You can enter any number of addresses here. È
Addresses are usually the person's email-name followed by an at sign (@) followed by the name of the computer that receives their mail. Their email-name is usually a contraction of their full name. m
If you don't know someone's email-name, you can often look it up with the AddressÿBookÿaccessory in Minuet. 
Typical addresses might be: 1 [email protected]
[email protected]
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If the recipient is on the same computer as you, you dont need to enter the computer's name. i.e. you are [email protected], you can shorten 5
"[email protected], [email protected], [email protected]"
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The CC: area is where you specify the names of people who are to receive "carbon copies" of your message. A "carbon copy" is identical in content to a regular copy of a message, except it imparts a slightly lower status. '
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The BCC: area is where you specify the names of people who are to receive "blind carbon copies" of your message. A "blind carbon copy" is identical in content to a regular copy of a message, except that the bcc recipent's names are NOT shown anywhere in the message. This is a way to spin off "secret copies" of your message. '
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The News: area is where you specify the names of newsgroups that are to receive copies of your message. Note that newsgroups are distributed worldwide, so don't do this unnecessarily. '
The To: button 
This button is normally on. z
When this button is on, any names you enter in the area to the right will be used as the to: addresses for your message. ˆ'
The cc: button z
When this button is on, any names you enter in the area to the right will be used as the cc: addresses for your message. k'{
When this button is on, any names you enter in the area to the right will be used as the bcc: addresses for your message. [''3
Click on this button to generate a reply message. µ
Minuet automatically fills in the To: field with the name of the message sender. As a preferenceÿoption, Minuet will also insert the original message into the body of your reply. iŒ': ð (System) menu Ü (Alt-Spacebar)
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The System menu appears on the far left of the menu bar and is represented by the ð symbol. Alt-Spacebar is a keyboard shortcut that may be pressed at any time to pull down this menu. /
The ð menu contains the following menu items: ˜
About
UÿofÿMÿAddressÿBook
GlobalÿAddressÿBook
Telnet
Calculator
BaseÿCalc
Calendar
ASCIIÿTable
IPÿFinder
Ping
Webster
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}When you choose the About command from the ð (System) menu, a dialog box appears, showing copyright and version information. 8
Press Esc, click OK, or click Cancel to close the box. '! Ü ð³Calculator
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¤The calculator is a simple four-function calculator. Numbers and numerical operations are selected by clicking on the calculator buttons or by using the keyboard. ' Ü ð³Base Calc
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¯Base Calc is a calculator that can work in several number bases. Numbers and numerical operations are selected by clicking on the calculator buttons or by using the keyboard. ' Ü ð³Calendar
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²The calendar is a simple electronic calendar. The current month appears automatically, but you can use the arrow keys or the calendar buttons to move to a future or past month. '# Ü ð³ASCII Table
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uUse this desk accessory to look up the ASCII codes for any character, including special foreign language characters. ', Ü Setup³Lines/Screen
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žThe Lines/Screen command will switch between low resolution mode (25 line mode) and high resolution mode (43/50 line). This only works on EGA or VGA screens. ' Ü ð³IP Finder
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FThis desk accessory will look up the IP address of any internet name. ' Ü ð³Webster
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|This desk accessory will look up the definition of a word in a dictionary. The dictionary is provided by a Webster server. '4
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ÆYou can use the Global Address Book desk accessory to look up various kinds of information. Most often, you might want to look up someone's e-mail address, given that you have their "human" name. 

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WMany mail host computers have set up "Finger" servers which can look up names for you. +
The sophistication of these servers vary. š
The simplest ones can only do exact email-name matching. So if you can guess at someone's email-address, these servers will verify if it exists or not. …
For instance, if you know there is someone named "Steve E. Collins" at mail host "boombox.micro.umn.edu", you might try asking for: @
[email protected] returns ????? (No info)
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Fancier servers will look up partial names. For instance, the server at "umn.edu" will look up partial "human" names. So inquiring about 2
Steve [email protected] returns a pile of info: '2 Ü ð³U of M Address Book
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At the University of Minnesota, you can use this as an electronic phone book. For example, to look up all people with the name Hickman at the University of Minnesota, you would type in HICKMAN. You'll see all information pertaining to Hickmans in the University phone book. Š
Often their information will include an email-address. You can copy this address from here and paste it into the To: area of a message. g
If there is no email-address listed, then that person may have asked that that info not be given out. M
This address book can be configured to get info fromÿotherÿaddressÿservers. ,l'W
The "U of M" address book can be changed to talk to an address server at other sites. ó
You can do this by setting 3 environment variables in DOS:
Set "POPDNAME" to the name you want to appear instead of "U of M"
Set "POPCNAME" to the name of computer you want to interrogate.
Set "POPCPORT" to the port number to connect to.
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For instance, if you have a finger-style server running on a computer named "admin.moo.umn.edu" at "MooTown College" on port 666: `
C:\> SET POPDNAME=Mootown College
C:\> SET POPCNAME=admin.moo.umn.edu
C:\> SET POPCPORT=666
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The server must use the general "finger" style protocol. i.e. the client sends a query string, and the server responds with an arbitrary amount of text. ' Ü ð³Ping ßßßßßßß
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"Ping" lets you check to see if another computer can communicate with yours. Type in the name of anothe computer and press "Ping". Minuet will send 100 echo requests to that computer and report the percentage of them that make it back to your computer. ' Setup Menu Ü
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User...
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Network...
Preferences...
Signature...
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™Minuet is designed so that you can customize the program to meet your needs. The Preferences dialog box allows you to customize several Minuet options. 
The options you can set are: Ÿ
Includeÿmailÿtextÿinÿreply
Addÿsignatureÿtoÿoutgoingÿmail
Saveÿcopyÿofÿoutgoingÿmail
Checkÿforÿmailÿatÿstartup
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Use the mouse to click in the little box to the left of each option in order to toggle the preference ON or OFF (when an X appears in the box to the left of preference, it is turned ON). 0
Using the keyboard you can toggle a preference by pressing the Alt key together with the letter that is highlighted for the preference in question; or, press the key repeatedly until the desired preference is selected [highlighted] and then press the Spacebar to toggle that preference ON or OFF. }
If you don't like the default values, you are free to change them at any time. Minuet permanently remembers your settings. iíj k/lNnlǐ'& Ü Setup³Signature
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This menu item brings up a dialog box that lets you enter a signature that can be appended to outgoing mail. '( Ü Setup³Network...
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This menu item allows you to set up optional tracing of the execution of Minuet. Minuet can write trace information to a file or to a special window. ˜
This feature is useful in trying to track down problems you may have running Minuet. It is particularly useful in trying to isolate network problems. '2 Ü File³Exit (Alt-X)
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Use the Exit command when you are done using Minuet. '# Ü Edit (Alt-E)
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`The Edit menu provides commands to cut, copy, and paste find, and replace text in Edit windows. D
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You can choose from these Edit menu commands: O
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Copy
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Find
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cThe Cut command removes the selected text from your document and places the text in the Clipboard. x
You can then choose Edit³Paste to paste the cut text into any other document (or somewhere else in the same document). [
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bThe Copy command leaves the selected text intact but places an exact copy of it in the Clipboard. F
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oThe Paste command inserts the selected text from the Clipboard into the current window at the cursor position. ' Ü Edit³Clear
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RThe Clear command deletes the selected text. It does not save the text anywhere. '& Ü Edit³Select All
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±The Rot 13 command encypts the selected text using the popular "rot 13" method. You can use this to encrypt or decrypt text. Note that this is not a secure encryption method. '! Ü Edit³Find...
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hThe Find command displays the Find dialog box, where you type in the text for which you want to search. C
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AThe Find Again command repeats the last Find or Replace command. ]
All settings you made in the Find dialog box remain in effect when you choose Search Again. '/ Ü Edit³Clear Composer
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¥Selecting "Clear Composer" from the edit menu will clear all text that has been entered into the composer window. This allows you to start over with a new message. '8 Sending Mail to an Alias Ü
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îWith Minuet you can easily send a message to a group of people. You don't even have to retype all their names as Minuet can remember groups of people. A Alias is simply a list of recipients (E-mail addresses) that have been given a name. ]
For example, you could create a Alias called Marx composed of these three E-mail addresses: *
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¸You can create and edit Aliases with the Setup|Aliases... menu item. A window will appear where you can enter a name for the Alias and the recipients you want to include in the group. r
This window is currently in a "free format". This means you are responsible for mainiaining the correct layout. o
First you enter the Alias name you've chosen Follow this with the name, or names of the members of the group. D
Within an alias, multiple names are separated by spaces or commas. K
At the end of each alias, leave a blank line between it and the next one. D
Example: Here are two aliases named "marxes" and "presidents". Y
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presidents [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] s [email protected], [email protected]
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When you have finished editing aliases, click on the oK button to save your changes. ' Ü Alias...
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cTo send mail to a Alias you have already defined, press the "Alias" key (F6). A box appears giving you a list of all your Alias names. Select the Alias by pressing the up and down arrow keys until the desired Alias becomes highlighted. Then click on the Select button to select that Alias. If you have a mouse you can just click on the desired Alias. ¸
The "To" field of the Composer window will be filled in automatically with the full E-mail addresses of the members of the Alias; the Alias name itself does not appear in the To box. ' File Menu Ü
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¤The File Menu lets you access a text file editor, and printing. The text editor is a simple ASCII text editor that lets you open up multiple windows for the purpose of importing and editing ASCII text. Cut, Copy , Paste, New, Open and Save operations are supported, as well as a Find and Replace facility. File Editor commands are accessed through the File and Edit pull-down menus located in Minuet's main menu bar. -
ChangeÿDirectory
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nFile³Change Dir brings up the ChangeÿDirectory dialog box, where you can specify a directory to make current. S
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The Open a File dialog box contains: À
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þ the standard Cancel and Help action buttons
þ Open action button
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JThe Save command saves the file that's in the active Edit window to disk. °
If the file has the default name (Untitled), Minuet opens the Save File As dialog box so you can rename the file and save it in a different directory or on a different drive. '' Ü File³Save As...
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µSave As opens up the SaveÿFileÿAsÿdialogÿbox, where you can save the topmost window to the text file of your choice. You can save Editor windows, or the Viewer or Composer windows. ]
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HThe Window menu contains commands for manipulating and opening windows. ƒ
Most of the windows you open from this menu have all the standard window elements, like scroll bars, a close box, and zoom icons. S
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îYou can move the Viewer and Composer windows, as well as dialog boxes, by using a mouse or the keyboard. Using a mouse, place the mouse cursor on the top bar of the window frame, press the left mouse button, and continue to hold the mouse button down while dragging the window to a new location, then release the mouse button. Using the keyboard, press Ctrl-F5 (or select "Resize/Move" from the Window pull-down menu and use the four arrow keys to move the window. Press when done.) ü
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Most users will not have an occasion to use the Network Configure dialog box. Minuet has default parameters which are appropriate for most network environments. However, if you encounter problems in installing or using Minuet on your network, consult your network administrator to see whether it might be helpful to alter the configuration parameters described in the next section. C
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You can use either a mouse or keyboard to select commands. To use a mouse, click on the desired menu title to display the pull-down menu. (Use only the left mouse button if your mouse has more than one button). Then click on the desired command. Alternatively, instead of clicking, you can push the mouse button over a menu title and then continue to hold the mouse button down while you move the mouse cursor straight down from the menu title to the desired menu command, and then release the mouse button. If you decide not to choose a command, just move the mouse cursor out of the boundaries of the pull-down menu and release the mouse button. Then no action will be performed. T
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Input lines are for entering numbers or text. Select the field and simply start typing. If the existing value is highlighted, anything you type will replace that value. If the value is not highlighted then anything you type will be inserted into the existing text. 
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sTo use a mouse, click on the desired menu title to display the pull-down menu. (Use only the left mouse button if your mouse has more than one button). Then click on the desired command. Alternatively, instead of clicking, you can push the mouse button over a menu title and then continue to hold the mouse button down while you move the mouse cursor straight down from the menu title to the desired menu command, and then release the mouse button. If you decide not to choose a command, just move the mouse cursor out of the boundaries of the pull-down menu and release the mouse button. Then no action will be performed. ' Status Bar Ü
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You attach an enclosure to your mail message by pressing the "enclose" button at the bottom of the screen, or by pressing F3. Š
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By default, enclosures are encoded into "BinHex" format. BinHex is an encoding method that can send any file thru the medium of a mail message. The file can even be a Macintosh format file. Minuet and Minuet for the Mac can freely exchange enclosures in BinHex format. |
But sometimes you may want to send an enclosure to someone who is NOT using Minuet to receive your message. Perhaps they are on a Unix system and read their mail there. Or perhaps they will use a mail reader other than Minuet. For these people, The BinHex encoded file will look like gibberish. So you may want to sometimes NOT have your enclosure NOT sent in BinHex format. :
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Note that if you choose "Text" enclosures, the file must be a pure ASCII text file, with no formatting characters. For instance, WordPerfect and MS Word documents are NOT pure texct files and should not be enclosed as text. You must use BinHex or UUDecode format these and any other non-text files. ' W Ü Help on the Change Directory dialog box
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F7 takes you to the previous message.
F8 takes you to the next message.
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If you are unsure of the exact name, you can just type the parts you are sure of, and enter ***'s for the unknown parts. For instance, to look up someone named "Cathy" or maybe "Kathy" or even "Katharyn" Collins, enter "*ath* Collins". This will match all Kathy, Cathys and Kathryns, etc... '/
At the University of Minnesota, you can use U of M Address Book as an electronic phone book. For example, to look up all people with the name Hickman at the University of Minnesota, you would specify HICKMAN. Address Book returns all information pertaining to Hickmans in the University phone book. %
If you are unsure of the exact name, you can just type the parts you are sure of, and enter ***'s for the unknown parts. For instance, to look up someone named "Cathy" or maybe "Kathy" or even "Katharyn" Collins, enter "*ath* Collins". This will match all Kathy, Cathys and Kathryns, etc... Y
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Enter the name of a computer with which you wish to check your communications, then press the Ping button. Minuet will send 100 echo packets to the destination and display the percent of them that return. On an ethernet connection, numbers from 80 to 100% are good. Anything much below this indicates that the network is overloaded or noisy. '(
Enter a word you want the spelling of. 'O
Click on the LPT1 button to choose LPT1 as your printer of choice for Minuet. 'O
Click on the LPT2 button to choose LPT2 as your printer of choice for Minuet. 'O
Click on the LPT3 button to choose LPT3 as your printer of choice for Minuet. '
Type in a word here. '/
Type in the address of a Webster server here. '
View the results here. ';
Press the Define button to get a definition for the word. ';
Press the Spell button to check the spelling of the word. 'E
Press the CrossRefs button to get the definitions of similar words. '2
Press the Thesaurus button to get similar words. '8
Enter the name of the computer you wish to connect to. 
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In reduced mode, the Telnet screen does not take over the whole display. This gives you easy access to the other windows. The disadvantage is that you can't see the whole VT100 screen at once. k
In enlarged mode you can see the whole VT100 screen, but the other Minuet windows and menus are obscured. j
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Lumina is a computerized library search feature available at the University of Minnesota. Lumina should be self-explanatory. '
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This is a Custom login. These are defined in the CUSTOM.TXT file. The format of this file is: One menu item per line. Each line consists of fields separated by "|" characters. 
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(1) The text to be displayed on the menu, i.e. "U of M Library catalog" (2) The protocol to use, either "telnet" or "ftp". (3) The ip name of the computer to contact, i.e. "boombox.micro.umn.edu". (4) The port to connect to, for telnet, usually it is 23.

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(5) Text to wait for (6) Text to send out +
Fields 5 and 6 can be repeated as needed. 
Example: log into U of M Library catalog, which is a telnet server at pubinfo.ais.umn.edu. To get to the card catalog, one has to wait for the "MENU" prompt, type "63", wait for the "tem" prompt, type "1", wait for another "term" prompt, type "1" again: U
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To Send a file, first position the cursor on the destination direcotry you want to send to. Then click on "F3", Send File... Minuet asks you for the name of the PC file to send. 

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Enter the username and password you wish to use with this FTP server. '
This is the news Window. You use this window to fetch news and to edit your list of newsgroups. If you choose the "Show group tree" menu item, the top window pane will display the newsgroups that are available. The bottom pane lists the newsgroups that you have subscribed to. ‡

You can change the relative sizes of these panes by either dragging the separating line up and down, or with the shifted arrow keys. H
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Choose the Get news menu item to fetch a bunch of new news messages in the current newsgroup. Get news fetches up to 50 messages at a time, or as many as can be fetched in 30 seconds. 'µ
The Expand menu item "expands" a level of the newsgroup display. For instance, if you have selected the "alt.autos" level, Expand will expand that level into "alt.autos.xxx", etc. 'ÃThe Collapse menu item "Collapses" a level of the newsgroup display. For instance, if you have opened up "alt.autos", Collapse will collapse the "autos" level amd just show the "alt" newsgroups. 'Z
The subscribe menu item adds the currently selected newsgroup to your subscription list. '›The unsubscribe menu item deletes the currently selected newsgroup from your subscription list. It does not remove any messages you have already fetched. '
Position lets you set your place in the newsgroup. Initially you are positioned at the first message in the newsgroup. But you may not want to read several hundred old messages. With Position you can place yourself anywhere in the range of messages held by the news server. '›If you select "Show Group Tree" from the "News" menu, you'll see a list of all the top level groups. Select "Expand" to view groups under any group name. ’
You can change the relative sizes of these panes by either dragging the separating line up and down, or with the Ctrl-Left and Right arrow keys. Q
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The Find newsgroups menu item lets you search the list of available newsgroups for subjects you are interested in. For instance, to see what newsgroups refer to "audio", select this menu item and type "audio" into the Find dialog box. Minuet will list all the news groups that contain this word. 'a
This pane of the news window shows the names of all the newsgroups that you have subscribed to. u
To add newsgroups to this list, select a newsgroup from the top pane, then choose "Subscribe" from the "news" menu. [
If there is no top pane visible, you need to select "Show group tree" from the News menu. j
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This is a warning message telling you that the "Open File" dialog box can't display all the files in this directory. 'Ì
This message means you have typed in a drive letter that does not exist on your computer or network. Or perhaps you are not logged into your file server so the drive does not exist for you at this time. '
This message means the file name is unacceptable. Perhaps you have a disallowed character in the name, or more than one dot. '2
This message means the directory does not exist. 'º
This message means that there is not enough RAM memory to do this operation. You can perhaps do it by selecting less text, or by first closing some other window to free up some memory. 'Y
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You have pressed the "delete message" button. Minuet is asking you if you really meant to do this. In the future, you can bypass this question by holding down the Shift key while selecting "delete". ' 
Enter the name of the computer or service you wish to connect to. This is usually a name of the form "wwwww.xxxx.yyyy.zzzz", such as "boombox.micro.umn.edu". 'Õ
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To Send a file, first position the cursor on the destination direcotry you want to send to. Then click on "F3", Send File... Minuet asks you for the name of the PC file to send. 

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  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.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/