Juno1.49/Juno Pine/Junowine

lawson_whitney at juno.com lawson_whitney at juno.com
Fri Apr 13 12:35:08 CDT 2001

On Fri, 13 Apr 2001, Clark Grizzwald wrote:

> Lawson,
> Thanks for the links to junowine/junopine. I located a copy of Juno
> v.1.49 on a website which also had v.1.00 if you can believe that! :) I
> couldn't find the v.2.0.x you mentioned, but 1.49 should work I gather.
> Juno's website states (in my own words) they no longer offer older
> versions of their email client for d/l, nor do they support them. They
> still work, however. I don't have an exact link to 1.49, sorry, but you
> can locate it (and v1.00) by doing some searching on google.com for
> Juno 1.49. If you still can't find it, let me know and i'll try and dig
> up the exact location.
> Thanks again!

What is good about juno 1.49 is that the mail folders are simply text
files, so it was fairly easy to transmogrify them to and from mbox
format which is pleasing to mutt and pine.

The down side is that it doesn't do MIME attachments (if you receive one
you can munpack it no problem IIRC, and uuencoded in the body of a
letter is no problem (nice that www4mail will do that if you ask it))
and letters are limited to 64k including header, and the body will be
truncated to 60k.  You can force it to do MIME with a binary patch I can
give you, but try to send a letter bigger than 64k and it will segment
fault.  Mind, I didn't reverse engineer nor disassemble it or any such
thing.  One day there was a pover failure, and when it came back up
after the e2fsck, it was able to do MIME.  Make backups, and don't blame
me if it wrecks your machine, crashes, or otherwise doesn't work.

Andreas Mohr found the link to juno-2 that I have traced to this, but I
have only 25 of 47 pieces and I won't know for sure until I get them
all, cat them together and unzip them.  Good ole www4mail.

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