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UQWK Help!?!?!

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Can you help me to install uqwk onto my ISP's system so that
I can use it to retrieve mail & news to read offline?
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If your ISP does not want to service UQWK, I understand.  Especially from a support point of view.

I recommend that you get the source code (I picked up mine from world.std.com) and compile it - it is a fairly simple compile.  If that is not an option, do a search for a binary installation - you will not need to install it as a system-wide program (hopefully you can't anyways).

Remember, if your ISP catches you at this kind of thing they may be pretty angry with you.  Or they may not... hard to say.
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