Ask Dr. Intranet

Blass, Steve
October 1999
Network World;10/04/99, Vol. 16 Issue 40, p59
Trade Publication
Offers advice on issues related to intranet management. Options for running Network Address Translation programs to translate between Macintosh-based TCP/IP networks and the Internet; Windows Messaging and At Work Fax in the Microsoft Windows 98 CD; Link to the free command-line utility Exporter.


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