I am looking for the software/application that allows someone to take requests
via e-mail on the Internet and send back to them without manual (human) intervention. I just used the rfc "mail" as example of what I need.
>From various users at auburn.edu and orst.edu:
Almanac - available from anonymous ftp - oes.orst.edu
>From Don McLachlan - email@example.com
KISS - contract Don for more info. He sent me a copy of what he had.
>From Adam Shostack - firstname.lastname@example.org and Mike Steadmen myk@artel
listservs - ?
>From Ted Rodriguez-Bell ted@ssl.Berkeley.edu
tulp - a listservs like - comp.sources.unix volum3 26
>From Tim Evans email@example.com and Steve Holmes firstname.lastname@example.org
netlib - ftp.uu.net - networking/mail/netlib
>From Steve Kilbane email@example.com
home grown? shellscripts
>From Donald Ballance firstname.lastname@example.org
archie-server - ?
Thanks, to all who responsed, sorry if I was confusing in previous messages.
Hope this answer where some of these can be obtained.
Bill Nolf email@example.com
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