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The following is a list of help documents designed to help computer users
at Yale University.
- Attaching Files to E-Mail
Send binary files (word processor documents, graphics, etc.) to people
around the world by attaching them to e-mail messages.
- E-Mail: Eudora
Set up and use Eudora to send and read electronic mail with an
easy-to-use graphical interface.
- E-Mail: Using Pine
Send and read electronic mail on the Pantheon using Pine.
- Netscape Navigator
The basics of the Yale supported World Wide Web (WWW) browser. All
documents can be accessed using Netscape Navigator.
- News Group Readers
Information about basic usage of the three Yale supported news readers.
The Network Passwords at Yale page allows you to change your passwords
and learn about password security.
- The Pantheon
How to access and use the Pantheon, the collection of Yale's
Unix-based systems available to students.
- Printing in Computer
Send print jobs to the laser printers in Academic Media & Technology
Student Computing facilities.
- Saving E-Mail to a Local Disk
Retrieve e-mail from your Pantheon account and store it on a personal disk.
- Using Pantheon Disk Space
Floppy disks are notoriously prone to failure, so why use them?
Instead, use the network to store your files on the Pantheon.
David Davies, Manager, Student Computing
Last modified: 29 August 2000