SK Technologies Corp, a data communications equipment maker in Boca Raton, Florida has an upgrade to its Invisible Link communications software product, which enables an IBM Personalike with a Hayes-compatible modem and a parallel printer to print messages from electronic mail networks or from other computers via phone lines in the background while the computer is carrying out other operations: the new version adds file names with date and time stamping for the archiving of large numbers of messages; Novell NetWare compatibility; and support for modems that run at 300bps, 1,200bps, and 2,400bps.
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