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From: (Ed Hew)
Subject: Various new SCO Product announcements posted to biz.sco.announce
Organization: XeniTec Consulting Services, Kitchener, ON, Canada
Date: Tue, 18 May 1993 17:08:39 GMT
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There's been a bit of speculation on upcoming SCO Product releases,
specifically SCO Opendesktop 3.0 and SCO UNIX 3.2v4.2.  As
biz.sco.announce moderator, I've just approved and posted the
following product announcements to biz.sco.announce, for those who
wish to avail themselves of this info.
[Just letting you know where it is.  :^)]
xenitec:269:Subject: SCO UNIX Operating System 4.2
xenitec:270:Subject: SCO UNIX Development System 4.2
xenitec:271:Subject: SCO TCP/IP 1.2.1
xenitec:272:Subject: SCO NFS 1.2.1
xenitec:273:Subject: SCO MPX 3.0
xenitec:274:Subject: SCO Merge 3.1
xenitec:275:Subject: SCO Open Desktop 3.0
xenitec:276:Subject: SCO Open Desktop Lite 3.0
xenitec:277:Subject: SCO Open Desktop Development System 3.0
xenitec:278:Subject: SCO Open Server Enterprise System Release 3.0
xenitec:279:Subject: SCO Open Server Network System 3.0
  Ed. A. Hew,    <>    ....!!xenitec!eah
  XeniTec Consulting Services, Kitchener ON, Canada +1 519 570 9848
  triOS Training Centres Ltd. Mississauga ON Canada +1 800-387-8649
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