PINE is a UNIX-based e-mail program based on Elm. PINE literally stands for 'Pine Is Not Elm.' At the time PINE was written, Elm was the standard. PINE, however, is more powerful and includes features such as word-wrap and spell-checker. It allows you to print messages, save messages to files, and attach binary or text files to outgoing messages. If you are using a shell system, PINE runs on your provider's computer, and you type commands to it by using a terminal program on your computer. It is available from most Internet UNIX shell account providers because it is free. For more information, or for assistance in locating PINE, contact your local Internet service provider
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