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RE: a note I sent to Telstra EasyMail

I say we all start emailing feedback@telstra.easymail.com.au writing (in our
own words) that we want the tech-specs for easy mail released so we can
write our own client... (Big companies respond to numbers - they may not
realise the extent of users that we are talking about here).	


> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Ken Yap [SMTP:ken@nhj.nlc.net.au]
> Sent:	Thursday, March 11, 1999 11:42 AM
> To:	Sydney Linux Users Group; computerbank@linux.org.au
> Subject:	FYI: a note I sent to Telstra EasyMail
> EasyMail is the pay per email service, 25c for 6 emails or something
> like that.
> No flames about Telstra please, I am trying to push Linux here.
-----Original Message-----
From:	! Residential Internet E-Mails
Sent:	Thursday, March 11, 1999 10:26 AM
To:	Ken Yap
Subject:	Re: Telstra Easymail for Linux

Dear Mr Ken Yap

Thank you for your email dated 08/03/99 regarding Telstra easymailTM.

We are grateful for the time you took to inform us of your thoughts.  Your
comments have been forwarded on to the Telstra marketing team responsible
for the development and marketing of Telstra easymail.

If you have any further enquiries please contact one of our consultants on
1800 637 752.

Yours Sincerely
Angela on behalf of Tanya Purdie
Telstra Online Channel
Sales and Service
TM Trademark of Telstra Corporation Limited

Telstra Online Channel
Sales and Service
Email: 	info@telstra.com.au
Web: 	http://www.telstra.com.au
Ph:	1800 637 752 (8am-6pm Monday to Friday)

From: Ken Yap
To: feedback@telstra.easymail.com.au
Subject: Re: Telstra Easymail for Linux
Date: Monday, 8 March 1999 08:22am

Dear Easymail feedback,

I believe it would really be beneficial to your bottom line if you could
make public the technical specs of how to write an Easymail client and
let Linux developers create a client. There are many old 386/486 machines
out there that cannot run GUIs but run text mode Linux very well. Using
a client like pine or elm, people could access your service from such
boxes and increase your revenue.

	Thanks, Ken