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Gizmos that handle compression

...Among its other capabilities are: - It can encode and decode e-mail attachments using UUEncode, MIME-64, XXEncode and BinHex without additional software. - Its Windows Explorer interface allows you to access its functions from within Explorer or via...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/08/12/tec_352289.shtml
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Translating technology jargon

...memory where programming languages store and retrieve data. And it's not true that the FBI is looking for Osama's cousin, BinHex. That's a utility for converting Mac files so they move well on networks. Lest I appear to be brighter than you know me...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/01/28/tec_335310.shtml
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Software lets you zip through files

...compressed state. ZipMagic fully supports other popular compression formats, including a variety of e-mail attachments such as BinHex. ZipMagic works with both Windows 3.1 and Windows 95 and sells for $39.95. Craig Crossman is a columnist for The Miami...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/05/27/tec_208992.shtml
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Encoding lets you send non-text through e-mail

...decoded at the other end and turned back into the picture. In early days, people used encoding methods such as UUEncode or Binhex. A group called the Internet Engineering Task Force came up with something called Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions, or...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/04/05/tec_225565.shtml
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E-mail babble can be unraveled

...program, and it has a lot of glitches. XX is an improvement to UU. Macintosh users, meanwhile, often trade mail with the Binhex encoding standard. Most problems arise when you e-mail outside of your kind. That is, America Online users usually have...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/01/03/tec_202046.shtml
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