Re: New user with question

Rod Upfold (
Fri, 14 Jun 1996 09:17:47 -0400 (EDT)

That is main reason why I have gotten into using the "CU-SeeMe" to
experiment and see if it could be for "Video Conferencing" in the
educational field. I have had problems with getting the program up and
running, but with the help of the people on the list I have had the
program running for the last couple of weeks. A new problem came up with
the "Quickcam" last night...and some people have sent some suggestions to
me. I also called the cameras manufacture help line and the person who
took my call was excellent. He couldn't help me with problem....but the
guy had the right helpful attitude. I have since started loading up my
hard drive again in case there is a "driver conflict".

I think that a program like "CU-SeeMe" has real potential for "Educational
Video Conferencing". Not every person currently has access to an "ISDN"
but thet do have "POTS".

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On 13 Jun 1996, Angie Parker wrote:

> Subject: Time: 3:55 PM
> OFFICE MEMO New user with question Date: 6/13/96
> I'd like to know if anyone is doing research on the use of CUSEEME as a system
> to deliver distance education?
> Also, how do I become a reflector site? I still don't quite understand that.
> Is anyone willing to explain to a newcomer?