help-gnucomm -- Users list for the GNUCOMM telecomms proect


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Help-Gnucomm is the users list for the gnucomm project, the aim of which is to develop a telecommunications framework for the GNU system. If you are a user and have questions about the use of gnucomm, or suggestions, or want to engage in general discussion with other users, this is the list to use.

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