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2000\04\21@141607 by tenaglia

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Hi PICer friends,

some time ago (if I remember corectly or otherways was a dream...) someone
have speached about the possibility to use a PIC to survey some signal and
generate and send an EMAIL over INTERNET.

It is true???

Do you have idea where I can found info about this argument???

I have read the AN724 of Microchip but it is only a part of  my needs.

Ciao

Leo

2000\04\21@155824 by Dan Michaels

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At 08:08 PM 4/21/00 +0200, you wrote:
>Hi PICer friends,
>
>some time ago (if I remember corectly or otherways was a dream...) someone
>have speached about the possibility to use a PIC to survey some signal and
>generate and send an EMAIL over INTERNET.
>
>It is true???
>
>Do you have idea where I can found info about this argument???
>
>I have read the AN724 of Microchip but it is only a part of  my needs.
>
>Ciao
>Leo
>

Some people are attempting to build "tiny server" thingies, using
PIC (eg, iPic) and scenix chips. I have some links to these and
various articles, etc, on my page at:

http://www.sni.net/~oricom/emerge2.htm

There were also short threads about this on piclist 1-2 months ago.
Also, threads about Sieko S7600.

- Dan Michaels

2000\04\21@161949 by William Chops Westfield

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> some time ago someone have speached about the possibility to use a PIC to
> survey some signal and generate and send an EMAIL over INTERNET.

There's lots of interest in "small" internet-connected boxes.  There's
a spread in this weeks EDN magazine.

Depending on exactly what you want to do, you may be able to get by without
implementing much in the way of "internet" protocols.  For instance, if you
want to send mail, and have access to something like a "terminal server"
that doesn't explicitly prohibit it, you can send mail using nothing but
ascii.  (and when you're done, you be an expert at forging emails, and
shocked at how easy it is.)

BillW

2000\04\23@032320 by Leo

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Hi Michaels,

thanks for your answer and the link more interestinh.


Ciao


Leo

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Subject: Re: EMAIL by a PIC


> At 08:08 PM 4/21/00 +0200, you wrote:
> >Hi PICer friends,
> >
> >some time ago (if I remember corectly or otherways was a dream...)
someone
> >have speached about the possibility to use a PIC to survey some signal
and
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