ENPENPENPEN P N PENPENPENPEN PENPENPENP PENPENPE NPENPENPENPENPE NPE NPENPENPENPEN PENPENPEN PENPENPENPENPENP ENPENPENPENPENP ENPEN ENPENPENPENPEN PENPENPE NPENPENPENPENPEN PENPEN PENPEN PENPENPENPENPEN PENPENPENPENPENPENPENPENPENPENPENPENPENPENPENPENPENPENPENPENPENPENPENPEN No. 7 May 1986 Oppenheimer Software _____________________________________________________________________________ This is the seventh edition of the Periodic Electronic Newsletter (PEN) for MCI Mail users assigned to Oppenheimer Software (MCI Mail agency NY4). You may respond to anything you read in the PEN by typing ANSWER at the COMMAND: line that appears after you read this. This is the same as CREATE[ing] an electronic message to Oppenheimer Software, except the MCI Mail system already knows to whom to send it. This mailbox is toll free - you may write to it as often as you wish, at no charge! (Please note that you may order a toll free mail box - contact Oppenheimer Software for more information.) >>>>>>>> Contents >>>>>>>> Thank You . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CA$H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sending Confidential Information on MCI Mail Sharing your distribution lists . . . . . . Subject: Access Line Savings With TYMNET . Correction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Telex Hints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dow Jones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Do you want an 800 number? . . . . . . . . . FLEA (Found/Lost/Exchanged/Acquired) Market . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 7 8

>>>>>>>>> Thank You >>>>>>>>> Thank you for responding to the survey in the last issue of the PEN newsletter. Your comments were most helpful, and were passed on to the powers that be in Washington. In a few cases, responses indicated a misunderstanding of MCI Mail features, and future issues of PEN will address these. However, nearly every response indicated that MCI Mail was working well, and Oppenheimer Software was providing all needed support. We're glad to hear that. >>>> CA$H >>>> ----CONTINUED NEW SUBSCRIBER SPECIAL----(This one puts CA$H in your pockets) Do you know someone who wants to subscribe to MCI Mail? When you refer a new user to Oppenheimer Software for signing up for MCI Mail, we will rebate to YOU, 10% of their first two months billings of paper and electronic mail. The new user will still get the first two months usage credited to their $18 annual membership. They will still get a free membership to Dow Jones News Retrieval Service - $75 a year savings. Just type ANSWER when you are done reading this, or call Oppenheimer Software at 212-787-2416 or MCI ID# 218-0241.We are geared towards providing a prompt response, and the close support a subscribers need. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sending Confidential Information on MCI Mail >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> If you have documents or messages that are so sensitive them marked "Confidential -- Secretary Not to Open" you send these messages on MCI Mail. You may be interested communications software "MCI MAIL ACCESS" allows you to for transmission.

that you are sending may be reluctant to to know that the encode your messages

Using a coding process based upon the Data Encryption Standard of the National Bureau of Standards, you can ensure the privacy of your MCI Mail. This process generates a meaningless random display of characters that can only be read after a decoding process. When you use "MCI MAIL ACCESS" to send the document, you enter a privacy code of your choice. Your correspondent uses "MCI MAIL ACCESS" to download the document, entering the same privacy code so that "MCI MAIL ACCESS" saves it in a form that can be read. You can purchase "MCI MAIL ACCESS" for only $49.95 by calling Oppenheimer Software at 212-787-2416 or contacting us at MCI ID# 218-0241.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sharing your distribution lists >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Do you keep distribution lists on MCI Mail? If you dont, maybe you should... there is no charge to store them. If you have a library of distribution lists, chances are that others in your office like to "borrow" your lists. Now you can "publish" your list, and share them with other MCI Mail subscribers. Only the people that you authorize can use your List. Each time a message is addressed to the Shared L ist, MCI Mail checks the associated Access List to see if the user is authorized. When you publish a Shared List, you may allow the authorized users to enjoy use of the Shared List free of charge. Or, you may require that the user pay for delivery charges whenever the Shared List is used. The FIND command can now be used to identify a Shared List. Basic Service users type FIND at any menu ( a new menu will appear offering LIST as one of the choices). Advanced Service users type FIND LIST at Command. You will then be prompted for the Shared List name. If you can't remember the full name of the Shared List, type at least the first word of the name. For more details, type HELP SHARED LIST. If you are an Advanced Service user, you can have Shared List capabilities added to your account. Call Customer Support at 800-424-6677, in Washington, DC call 833-8484.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Subject: Access Line Savings With TYMNET >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> If you are currently using the WATS 800 number to access MCI Mail, you can now save over 65% by accessing MCI Mail through TYMNET access numbers available in over 500 cities across the U.S., including Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. You don't need an account with TYMNET. Connect-time charges at the rate of $.05 per minute will appear on your MCI Mail invoice. And, you can use the same 300 or 1200 baud Bell-compatible modem that you now use. Or use a 1200 Vadic compatible modem. Or, dial one of 50 designated numbers for 2400 buad access. You do need to follow a slightly different sign-on procedure to connect first with TYMNET, then MCI Mail. For more information and step-by-step sign-on instructions, type HELP TYMNET. And, to make it easier for you to find the number you want, the listings are now by state. Simply type HELP PHONES <STATE> for a complete list of MCI Mail local access numbers and TYMNET local access numbers. Since you must use different procedures to connect through TYMNET, the numbers are clearly identified by titles. Be sure to type HELP TYMNET or HELP TYMNET SIGN-ON for the step-by-step directions for using TYMNET to access MCI Mail.

Type HELP PHONES 2400 for phone numbers and procedures for 2400 baud access. >>>>>>>>>> Correction >>>>>>>>>> In PEN #6, we made a booboo. The text read EMS: COMPUSERVE EMS It should read: To send your message to a CompuServe subscriber: 3. At EMS, type COMPUSERVE and press Return. For example: Enter name of mail system. EMS: COMPUSERVE 288-7782 COMPUSERVE Compuserve Info, Columbus, OH Thanks to a sharp eyed subscriber! >>>>>>>>>>> Telex Hints >>>>>>>>>>> When you send a telex, the ANSWERBACK: prompt refers to the answerback of the telex maching you are calling - not yours. Your telex number and answerback are automatically included with your telex. You should check your mailbox an hour or so after sending the telex to get your receipt. The more frequest reasons for non-delivery include: DER- Receiving machine is wout of order. NA - The number is 'non admissable' (wrong number) OCC- The receiving maching generated a busy signal for 2 hours-try again. ABM- Answerback mismatch. The answerback is optional. If you dont know it, dont enter it. If you are doing frequent telex with a particular party, talk to us about using MCI Mail to replace telex to lower lowering your costs.

>>>>>>>>>> Dow Jones >>>>>>>>>> Have you ever wondered what the Dow Jones News Retrieval Service has to offer you? This summary will give you a brief glimpse of the Dow Jones features available. Remember that you are billed for the time spent on the Dow Jones System, so dont go to the fridge while logged into it. TYPE ==== //INTRO //DJNEWS //WSJ //TEXT //UPDATE //CQ //HQ //DJA //EARN //DSCLO //MEDGEN //MMS //FORBES //KYODO //OAG //MLYNCH //MENU //ENCYC //NEWS //WTHR //MOVIES //WSW //STORE //SYMBOL //SPORTS //DEFINE

TO GET ====== Introduction Dow Jones News Wall Street Journal Highlights Online Text-Search Weekly Economic Update Current Quotes Historical Quotes Historical Dow Jones Averages Corp. Earnings Estimator DISCLOSURE II Media General Financial Services Weekly Economic Survey Forbes Directory Japan Economic Daily Official Airlines Guide Merrill Lynch Research Service Master Menu Academic American Encyclopedia World Report Westher Report Moview Review Wall $treet Week Comp-U-Store Symbols Directory Sports Report Words of Wall Street

For a more thorough review of the service, you may want to get "Using and Applying Dow Jones Information Services" by Don Woodwell. It describes the services provided by News/Retrieval, DowPhone, and Dow Jones Software as well as the development of DJIS as it has molded complex information systems into a widely used consumer product. It will help you solve on going problems in online information retrieval. Instead of just telling you to push buttons, the book shows how to maximize your use of this valuable and timely service. Order a copy from your book-store for $19.95 or from Dow Jones-Irwin, 1818 Ridge Rd.,Homewood, IL 60430 or call 1-800-323-4560 (in Illinois,dial 312-798-6000.) >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Do you want an 800 number? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


Voicememo will provide you and your business with a computerized answering service for as little as $8.00 a month. Statistics show a 40-70% better response to advertising that includes an 800 toll-free #. For a free demo and for details send mail to Oppenheimer Software (MCI ID# 218-0241) or call 800-437-0067, access our voice mailbox by dialing 787-2416 leave your message, name, address and phone number. Try it ...You'll like it!! VEMO is a computer based answering system that offers your own personal 800 Area Code Address, which you can advertise, put on your cards or stationery etc. There is no investment in equipment - you and your associates, clients even the general public can access VEMO with a touchtone phone, at no charge to the caller, if you provide them with our 800 TOLL FREE number. You can pick your own 7 digit VEMOBOX, (for example JOHNSON=5646766). With VOICE MEMO, you can end...receive...reply to... redirect... and broadcast exact recordings of your own or anyone else's voice. Just call the VOICE MEMO system from wherever you might be, 24 hours a day to leave or pick up your messages or orders. You can change your recorded message at any time. You can also set up Product or Information BULLETIN BOARDS, relaying important details, prices or last minute changes to published material. These Bulletin Boards can be set up simply to playback your message and hang up, or to allow the caller to leave a message after the announcement has finished. For example,your message could be notice of a special sale and could request that the caller place their order at the tone. You may also use your local CALL FORWARDING to relay messages from your local phone # to your VEMO call answering box when you are not available. For a slight additional fee you can have your VEMO Voicemail messages transcribed and sent to your MCIMAIL box. Voice Memo service is available as low as $8.00 per month with a one-time set up fee of $10. Multiple box discounts are also available. MASTERCARD or VISA accepted for individual accounts or you can be billed.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> FLEA (Found/Lost/Exchanged/Acquired) Market >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Do you have any computer or communications equipment or software that you are looking to buy, sell or trade? Let us know. We will post your "notice" in future PEN newsletters for free. Your MCI ID will be included with the ad. No phone numbers or names will be allowed. Please keep your ad to under 200 words. Please note: The PEN newsletter provides the space for these ads as a public service. Neither Oppenheimer Software, nor MCI Mail are responsible for their content, and Oppenheimer Software reserves the right to refuse any ad for any reason. ********** Qubie PC212 300/1200 baud inboard modem for IBM-PC and compatibles with Hayes command set and RS232 port. New in the fall of '84, installed and checked out then, but taken out of service in early '85. $150. MCI ID: 288-6466. ********** IDS Prism dot matrix printer- 80 column, 200 CPS, very heavy duty. Used under 10 hours. Retails for $1400 -priced to sell at $650. MCI ID# 218-0241. ********** Used Novation 1200 baud internal modem for PC and compatibles - works fine. $99. MCI ID: 218-0241 ********** Looking for a Monochrome graphics board for IBM PC/XT. Used is prefectly acceptable - $? MCI ID: 290-0357 ********** Compaq portable with 2 floppies, 512K - $1100 or best offer. Contact MCI ID: 203-5206 ********** Spring Cleaning - used/new IBM PC/XT software for sale: Ashton Tate Friday - $75 Open System Accounting - $1900 (cost $5995) (General Ledger,Acct. Payable,Acct. Rec., Purch Ord., Sales Ord.,Fixed Assets, Invt, Job Cost, Payroll!!!!) GOLDATAbase - $45 PCPFP II Professional Accounting - $95 (costs $295) Hayes Smartcom - $75 Wordplus PC Word processing - $95 (costs $495) Microsoft Business Basic Compiler - $95 Enable System - $195 MCI ID# 218-0241