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WinPopop for Windows NT Workstation

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Is there a version of WinPopup that comes with WIN95/98 for Windows NT Worstation 4.0.  I want to be able to communicate using Win95/98 and Windows NT Workstation 4.0 using WinPopup
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Hi,

 
 there sure is.  Go to this URL and take your pick:

WinPop Plus looks promising

http://www.winfiles.com/apps/nt/comms-misc.html
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