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rec.food.drink.beer FAQ [3/3] (revised 16-MAY-1997)
Section - 5-10. I don't have ftp, can you e-mail files to me?

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     To get a file, send e-mail to ftpmail@gatekeeper.dec.com. No subject
     is required, but you can use one to identify your request. In the
     body of the message, type the following:

     connect ftp.stanford.edu
     chdir /pub/clubs/homebrew/beer/rfdb
     get ????????
     quit

     Replace ???????? with the name of the file you want. If the file has
     a .Z extension (meaning it's been compressed), leave it off and it
     will be automatically uncompressed before mailing. A maximum of 10
     files can be requested per submission. Just use multiple "get"
     statements.

     If you want full details on this service e-mailed back to you, just
     send "help" in the body of the message instead.

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