Re: Does Mac come with a web browser ?

Network Operations ( )
Tue, 16 Dec 1997 12:48:16 -0800

No, as of yet, the Mac does not have any Internet software included. The
Apple Internet Connection Kit does, but it royally screws up a system if it
already has MacTCP and FreePPP installed on it.

Most ISPs have the instructions on their web sites. Just do a search on
I would direct you to ours, but they are in a protected area only our
customers can get to. Be aware that most Power Macs use TCP/IP for open
transport as their TCP stack and FreePPP 2.5+ as the dialer,and non-Power
Macs use MacTCP as the TCP stack and older versions of FreePPP as the
dialer. But not always.

Tom M.

At 12:29 PM 12/16/97 -0000, you wrote:
>I run a small ISP here and a prospective customer has a Mac. This'll be my
>first time to configure a Mac to access the Internet.
>My question is, does Mac have a web browser and email client already ? Does
>Mac also have an FTP client ?
>And how do I go about configuring the Mac anyway ?
>Danny Sinang
>President, Uplink Technologies, Inc.
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