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Boxer (Sneakernet using Palm)

Boxer is a simple set of programs that allows any file to be encapsulated and placed on a Palm device (Palm, Visor, etc.). On the Palm, it can be Unzipped, GUnzipped, or untarred, and individual files can be extracted. Documents can be saved as DOC files, and Palm databases can be installed. "Boxes" can be beamed between palms. Also, if you have wireless (a Palm VII or equivalent -- i.e., have Web Clipping), if the author provides a special link (documented in the readme), you can download the file directly into the Palm, and use Boxer to unzip and install the files.

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  •  05 Jul 2000 15:19

    Release Notes: Initial release.

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