Daily Archives: April 24, 2003

“HotMail Popper”

My wife uses Hotmail via Outlook Express.
She has Norton Antivirus active, but as you know NAV doesn’t check incoming
HTML mail. Furthermore, Hotmail’s spam rules were stopping to much valid
email. So I set up Hotmail Popper, a freeware download at
. As the site says, "Hotmail Popper is a small application that allows you to
check your Hotmail account e-mail from a normal POP mail client (such as
Eudora). Unlike standard mail accounts which allow users to retrieve their
e-mail through a POP mail client, Hotmail can normally only be checked on the
web, or via Outlook Express. With Hotmail Popper, you can use your favorite
POP mail client to retrieve your e-mail from your Hotmail account."

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Last Week To Enter April’s FREE Drawing

On April 30, I’ll choose another monthly winner of a
no-strings $30 Gift Certificate for any item at Amazon.Com— books, software,
hardware, kitchenware, toys… To have a shot at winning, just use the following
link to recommend the LangaList to a friend. Your friend just may find a new
source of useful information; I just may gain a new subscriber; and you just may
win a $30 shopping spree! (Full details also available via this link):

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Free Professional-Quality Installer

A number of readers have asked about the installer I
use to automate the setup of the LangaList helpfile archives. It works exactly
like the installers you see on commercial software: You just click on an EXE
file, and a wizard walks you through the full setup process, offering known-good
default settings where needed, and allowing you to customize the installation as
much as you wish.

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A Letter From Ethiopia

Remember Tizita, the eighth child sponsored on an ongoing basis by LangaList
Plus! subscribers? She’s a 4th grader living on a subsistence farm in northern
Ethiopia. (Photo and original info about her:


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How About Linux On A Single Floppy?

Dear Fred, There are also some floppy Linux distros
for recovery or simple purposes. See:

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