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RE: Binding to just one network adaptor / ip address?


  • Subject: RE: Binding to just one network adaptor / ip address?
  • From: Patrick Lidstone \(Personal e-mail\)
  • Date: Tue, 18 May 2004 17:06:00 +0000

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<DIV><SPAN class="844080316-18052004"><FONT
face="Arial" color="#0000ff"
size="2">Believe me, we are painfully aware of these
shortcomings, and are working hard to address them. The technology is ready
for prime-time use, but unfortunately the user docs and website are still
stuck in geeky developer land, with an unacceptably steep learning curve.
Whilst we sort this out, those who enjoy being at the bleeding edge can ask
questions here and the core xAP developers will do their best to help
out.</FONT></SPAN></DIV>
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<DIV><SPAN class="844080316-18052004"><FONT
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<DIV class="OutlookMessageHeader" lang="en-us"
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face="Tahoma" size="2">-----Original
Message-----<B>From:</B> Dean Barrett [mailto:dean@xxxxxxx]
<B>Sent:</B> 18 May 2004 16:04<B>To:</B>
xap_automation@xxxxxxx<B>Subject:</B> RE: [xap_automation]
Binding to just one network adaptor / ip address?</FONT></DIV>
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size="2">I<SPAN class="889460215-18052004">'m
the same as you Mark - would like to use xAP CID to my Slimp via a Pace
Modem, plus the desktop on Kevins machine looked
great.</SPAN></FONT></FONT></FONT></DIV><FONT
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size="2">L<SPAN
class="889460215-18052004">ooked at the xAP site - couldnt
find bugger all that made sense to me :) - perhaps i'm just not bright
enough...</SPAN></FONT></FONT></FONT></DIV><FONT
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<DIV>Dean.</DIV>
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<DIV class="OutlookMessageHeader" dir="ltr"
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class="889460215-18052004">&nbsp;</SPAN>-----Original
Message-----<B>From:</B> Mark McCall [mailto:lists@xxxxxxx]<B>Sent:</B>
18 May 2004 15:57<B>To:</B>
xap_automation@xxxxxxx<B>Subject:</B> RE: [xap_automation]
Binding to just one network adaptor / ip
address?</DIV></FONT></FONT><TT>As someone wanting
to try xAP desktop and CID, is there a CENTRAL site forall these apps?Half
the confusion is knowing what you need to get.What are the possibilities of
a xAP "container" app that's a simple downloadallowing users to
select which options to install.ThanksM.> -----Original Message----->
From: Stuart Booth [mailto:lists@xxxxxxx]> Sent: 17 May 2004
22:16> To: xap_automation@xxxxxxx> Subject: Re:
[xap_automation] Binding to just one network adaptor / ip>
address?</TT></BLOCKQUOTE></BLOCKQUOTE>




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