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MIME what and where ?

In article <1993Oct1.110645.1@eig.unige.ch>,  <catcim@eig.unige.ch> wrote:
>I would like to know what is Mime, what are the current versions
>and on which platform it runs. And also where I can get it by FTP.

Take yourself over to comp.mail.mime, and find the FAQ.

If you can't see it in the newsgroup (check comp.answers and
news.answers too), it's available for FTP from various archive sites:
ask archie for "mime-faq", or try

    rtfm.mit.edu:pub/usenet-by-group/comp.answers/mail/mime-faq

If you still can't find it, mail me.

Followups to comp.mail.mime.

Tim.
--
Tim Goodwin | "I suspect that this lack of specificity is either insane or
PIPEX Ltd   | brilliant, but I could be wrong...." - Nathaniel Borenstein.

Original headers:

From: tim@pipex.net (Tim Goodwin)
Newsgroups: comp.protocols.iso.x400,comp.mail.mime
Subject: Re: MIME what and where ?
Followup-To: comp.mail.mime
Date: 1 Oct 1993 15:25:02 +0100
Organization: PIPEX Ltd, Cambridge, UK
Message-ID: <28heju$b1d@tank.pipex.net>
References: <1993Oct1.110645.1@eig.unige.ch>

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