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From: Joe User (phorlakhatralakh.dyndns.org)
Date: Fri May 25 2001 - 09:05:57 CDT
> Hey all,
Some of these are fairly common, but not really used much any more.
Others I'm not too certain, but here's the breakdown I've been around
[corrections not only welcome but requested]
> snews: secure NNTP
> rlogin: UNIX rlogin protocol [handled by the telnet handler off
> wais: Wide Area Information Service [predecessor to the search
engine and friends, really popular during the gopher heyday]
> url: same as http, I believe
> ldaps:// secure LDAP
> ms-its & its: (old, possibly related to mk:, but still weird --
> see http://helpware.net/htmlhelp/linktochm.htm)
Officially [at least according to the w3c], the uri is supposed to be
definable, and some systems still use outdated uris for their
sites...some I'd imagine are for backwards compatibility
> -Usman Akeju://
> P.S. - The hello:// --> shell:// crash only worked on me once, and after a
> couldn't be replicated. The gopher://: crash works, though. Running Win98SE
> 4.10.2222A using IE 5.50.4522.1800 SP1 +Q297328,q283908,Q286045,q290108,Q286043.
> Chris Tobkin wrote:
>> Speaking of things they are building into the OS via IE, try
>> outlook:\\Mailbox%20-%20Your%20Name\ I find it somewhat interesting
>> that you can go directly into your inbox from a link like
>> outlook:\\Mailbox%20-%20Your%20Name\Inbox or your calendar
>> (outlook:\\Mailbox%20-%20Your%20Name\Calendar) for that matter..
>> // Chris
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