Terminal Emulation Software

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Paul Miller

Nov 11, 2014, 5:55:10 PM11/11/14
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To the Group,

Looking to change to another Terminal Emulation Software for our Profitool.

Thought I would see what everyone else is using, then make my decision.




Paul Miller

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Weddle Bros. Construction Companies

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Bloomington, Indiana 47402

Phone:  812-339-9500


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Hook, Brooks

Nov 11, 2014, 6:01:43 PM11/11/14
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ZOC out of Germany.

Reasonable price, great guy to work with if you have special customizations.
Function key mapping, auto window resizing, color and font choices per person if you have picky users.

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Varoujan Adamian

Nov 11, 2014, 6:04:25 PM11/11/14
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Hi Paul,

I ordered Ericom's PowerTerm for ACCO pre Y2K, and I believe it is still the emulator of choice at ACCO (Chris can confirm).

I recommend PowerTerm Pro has emulations for WYSE 50+ that worked very well with Profitool.

PowerTerm Plus is less expensive, but only has emulators for WYSE 50 & 60.

Good Luck,

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Stephen, Eve

Nov 11, 2014, 7:15:40 PM11/11/14
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Hi guys!


I try to nudge users toward the web interface as much as possible, but then use TeraTerm for our emulator. 




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