Publisher: SAMS, 1987, 542 pages
The UNIX operating system features a variety of powerful built-in communication tools, but the standard documentation offers scant help to the prospective user. The manuals provide a bewildering array of programs, options, and settings, few examples of use, and little discussion of how they all fit together
This book demystifies UNIX communications by showing you step by step how to use, control, and program UNIX electronic mail, the UNIX bulletin board system (USENET), and UNIX file transfer (UUCP). The topics covered include:
No programming experience is necessary to use this book. Whether you are a new user, an experienced user, or a UNIX programmer, you will find a welcome place for UNIX Communications right next to your UNIX manuals.
This one is so old that communications here refers to UUCP and serial lines.´
Only of historical value.