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CompuServe Information Service


TELNET compuserve.com

test password: (required only during beta test) not a chance!
Host Name: cis

This gateway allows members to access the CompuServe Information Service
directly from the Internet.

If you are a CompuServe member and wish to access the Information
Service now, or if you have a CompuServe Membership, or if you have a
Guide and wish to sign up for a CompuServe Membership Kit, enter LOGON
and then press the Enter or Return key.

If you desire additional information about CompuServe, enter HELP and
then press the Enter or Return key.

If you wish to terminate this connection, enter OFF and then press the
Enter or Return key.

Enter choice (LOGON, HELP, OFF): help

CompuServe Incorporated provides frame relay, wide and local area
networking services, business information services and software to major
corporations and government agencies worldwide.  In addition, the
CompuServe Information Service provides its worldwide membership of over
1.6 million users with more than 1700 databases and services to meet
both business and personal interests.  CompuServe is an H&R Block
company.

To obtain additional information, select the article(s) of interest from
the following list and they will be sent to you via electronic mail.

 1 CompuServe Overview (10-Mar-94)
 2 CompuServe Information Service Overview (02-Feb-94)
 3 How To Obtain a CompuServe Information Service Membership (18-Mar-94)
 4 CompuServe Information Service Rates (10-Mar-94)
 5 Exchanging E-Mail between Internet and CompuServe (18-Mar-94)
 6 Internet Press Release (18-Mar-94)

To select items from the menu, enter one or more of the corresponding
numbers separated by commas and followed by the Enter or Return key.  To
leave this menu without selecting any articles, simply press the Enter
or Return key. To terminate your connection, enter OFF followed by the
Enter or Return key.

HYTELNET was developed by Peter Scott: scott@lights.ca

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