From: "Jennifer Azzano" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2006 07:20:52 -0500
Subject: Kermit Tech Support
I must highly commend Frank da Cruz. I've used Kermit for the last 3 years in programs I've written for a client and each time I come upon an issue and cannot resolve it, I've had the wonderful experience of getting prompt, thorough responses from the author of this software.
Thank you, Mr. da Cruz!!
~ J. Azzano
Kermit guys: Frank da Cruz, Jeffrey Altman
by Creosote (33182) on Wednesday January 12, @06:09AM (#1412433)
When I got my first IBM PC and a 300 baud modem, Kermit was there to help me transfer my dissertation from the university mainframe to home where I could edit it with WordStar. 18 years later, Kermit is still under active development at Columbia University [columbia.edu].
For years, Kermit Project leaders Frank da Cruz and Jeffrey Altman have tirelessly answered questions from users on comp.protocols.kermit.misc [kermit.misc], for free, just about every day. They sure as heck deserve some kind of award.
Jeffrey Altman, who receives much well-deserved praise below,
is now an independent contractor; CLICK HERE for details.
Also see: [ Kermit 95 Reviews ] [ C-Kermit Reviews ]
Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2003 09:26:00 EST
Subject: Kermit support
I have used Kermit for a number of years on a couple of large projects and I have been most impressed by the quality and performance of your software. Even more impressive has been your technical support when I have needed it. In my twenty years as an IT professional, I have never seen better support. Thanks a lot and keep up the good work!
From: JDanSkinner@JDanSkinner.com (Dan Skinner)
Date: 7 Nov 2002 09:19:08 -0800
Subject: Re: Kermit (K95), SCO Openserver, Progress, and Linux.
. . . I'll take this opportunity to praise Kermit support. They live up to the quote "AND . . . Super-responsive technical support: we stand behind our products and support them vigorously." The session log Jeffrey suggested presented the <ESC>(B like a slap in the face (as soon as I took the time to record it!) . . . With their help we have successfully married Progress, SCO Open Server, Linux (Mandrake), and Kermit (K95).
Date: Fri, 2 Aug 2002 17:02:04 -0400
Subject: RE: Script file
: : I am attempting to write a script that will copy all the files in one
: : directory to all the sub-directories in another directory. Any examples
: : or suggestions you could provide would be greatly appreciated.