The Virtual Bookcase Reviews of 'Pegasus Mail for Windows: How to Make Your E-Mail Fly':
Reviewer Rob Slade wrote:
I don't understand this book.
I mean, I understand the *book*. It is a perfectly clear and understandable
set of documentation for Pegasus Mail, its functions, uses, and advanced uses.
No problems there.
No, what I don't understand is why the book *exists*. After all, David Harris,
who created Pegasus mail, provides and maintains it free of charge. (Yes, you
get a copy of Pegasus Mail with the book, as well as instructions on where and
how to get the latest version off the net.) The only way for Harris to make
money is to charge for the documentation for his program. So why is he
enthusiastic enough to support a *competing* set of documentation that he not
only supports the publication but actually writes a forward for the book?
(Then again, someone recently asked why I provide these reviews, and I haven't
got an answer for that either ...)
copyright Robert M. Slade, 1996
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