CompuServe Simplifies Electronic Mail Feature

March 1985
Information Today;Mar1985, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p2
Trade Publication
This article introduces the simplified and upgraded version of the email service of Compuserve called EasyPlex. The email service features an address book which can store a maximum of 50 names and user ID numbers. The system comprises three modes of operation namely a menu mode, a prompt mode, and a command mode. EasyPlex also features an automatic line numbering service for editing a menu-driven procedure. According to Jill Lynch, Compuserve product manager for EasyPlex, these advances were in response to the comments of their customers.


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