Kludged together a quickstart guide to email through telnet from this story on slashdot.org
(From comments by xQx, carm$y$)
telnet [your mail server] [port – usually 110 for POP3]
Once you’re in:
STAT gives you number of messages and total size
LIST gives you a list of your messages
RETR [message number] to read a message
HEAD [message number] [bytes] (I couldn’t get this to work on BT’s mailserver but I assume it gives you the first part of a message)
DELE [message number] deletes the message permanently
And when you’re done:
You can also send email via telnet
I’ve been thinking about the betting system where you bet on every horse in a race (or team in a league, etc.) that you think has a chance of winning and I’ve written a program that you can download that crunches the numbers for you.
I’ve written Idiot’s Guide to Unit Testing in which I am the idiot! It documents (briefly) my travails trying to get Unit Testing along the lines of JUnit working in my ASP/VBScript development.
Cooper Temple Clause lyrics from ‘See This Through and Leave’ album added (copied from sleeve notes of limited edition double CD)
Update on the Java page regarding my (now somewhat successful) attempts to learn Java. Will publish my World Cup 2002 prediction programme in JAR format shortly
Have updated the word games page with some new info and a link to all the legal 2-letter scrabble words.
Update on filesharing regarding Morpheus’ position as the ‘main’ filesharing network and other networks worth trying out