(redirected from FidoNet)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • verb

Synonyms for netmail

communicate electronically on the computer

References in periodicals archive ?
FidoNet Registration Services is also including 10MB storage space in the package.
The deployment of FidoNet, which links many of these bulletin boards, has greatly expanded E-mail possibilities for users.
FidoNet is a low-cost method of linking together computer bulletin board systems through ordinary phone lines, and is particularly valued for its ability to overcome the limitations of inadequate phone systems.
Compatible systems include FidoNet, and numerous strategies are emerging for connecting to Internet (3, 4).
The articles are also gatewayed to the Fidonet ABLED conference where over 400 computer bulletin boards allow anyone with a modem to reach out to other handicapped/disabled people in many, many countries.
Switzerland Servernest GmbH hosttech GmbH Syria Syrian Computer Society, SCS-Net Thailand Thaibiz United Kingdom Webfusion Layershift Catalyst2 UKhost4u United States Codero HostDime Softlayer Atlas Networks Pegasusweb SolarVPS Fidonet CariNet, Inc.
Throughout the 80s, he operated several prominent BBS systems, and the NYC FidoNet hub.
Certain boards are connected to larger networks, such as Internet, Fidonet or ADAnet, which allow files to be shared and messages to be posted among a large number of bulletin boards.
Mike Arst, a former photographer and typesetter in Seattle who became involved in men's groups a decade ago, moderates the men's issues forum on the Fidonet electronic bulletin board.
A non-profit corporation, JewishGen began as a message area on Fidonet bulletin boards and was expanded to the Internet as a mailing list, newsgroup, with an award-winning web site.
FIDONET - Bulletin board network which is really a mini version of the Internet.
410) 893-8944, up to 9,600 bps General disabilities; files in and about braille; Fidonet.