The Active@ Boot Disk Internet utilities include:
- Opera Internet Browser — Fast, customizable, portable and lightweight web browser for the Windows platform.
- Mail Sender — Send an email message with attachments quickly and easily.
- FTP Client — A console utility to help you download or upload files from an FTP site.
- Telnet Client — A console utility to help you access remote sites in a terminal session.
7.1 Opera Internet Browser
You may access information from the Internet quickly and easily using Opera Portable Internet Browser.
Here are some features in Opera Internet Browser:
- When you start a new browser session, you may choose to restore the settings and tabs from the last session. This option is useful if you accidentally closed the browser.
- Turn on Private Browsing mode and you will not leave any traces of your activities on your computer. When you visit a web page, a text string is sent to identify such things as the application name, version, host operating system, and language. With Private Browsing, even this text string is masked.
- Supports SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) for secure communications on Internet web sites.
- Supports configuration of POP3 & IMAP mail accounts to receive emails, and SMTP accounts to send emails
- Supports configuration of Newsgroups & Chat (IRC) accounts.
7.2 Mail Sender
Use a simple Mail Sender to send an email message to ask for support or to make any other kind of contact.
To use Mail Sender:
- 1. From the Active@ Boot Disk shell, click Start > Internet > Mail Sender. The MailSender dialog box will appear.
- In From, type the email address that the recipient can reply to.
Note: You cannot receive emails with this simple Mail Sender client.
- In To, type the destination email address where you want the message sent.
- In Subject, type the subject of the email.
- To add an attachment, click the Attachment button and navigate to the file that you want to attach.
- To use your existing email service provider, in Settings, do the following:
- In Server Name, type the outgoing mail server (SMTP) address in the format "servername.hostname.extension". This is the mail server that will accept the email message from the application and forward it to the destination email address.
- In Port, select a port number using the scroll field. (Usually 25.)
- If your email server requires authentication, select the Authentication check box and provide the user name and password.
- If you do not have an email service provider, to try to our service, click Get SMTP Subscription. A web browser opens to Secure SMTP Server (www.smtp-server.com).
Click FREE 15-DAY TRIAL and follow the 3 steps to create an account.
- Click Send.
7.3 FTP Client
Use Microsoft FTP Client (console) to transfer files to and from your computer running an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) server service such as Internet Information Services. FTP can be used interactively or in batch mode by processing ASCII text files.
To open FTP client:
- 1. To launch FTP Client from the Active@ Boot Disk shell, click Start > Internet > FTP Client.
> ftp /?To see the list of commands available and the syntax.
To log on to the FTP server named ftp.example.microsoft.com, type the following command:
To anonymously log on to the FTP server named ftp.example.microsoft.com, type the following command:
ftp -A ftp.example.microsoft.com
To log on to the FTP server named ftp.example.microsoft.com and run the ftp commands contained in a file named Resynch.txt, type the following command:
ftp -s:resynch.txt ftp.example.microsoft.com
7.4 Telnet Client
With Telnet Client, Windows users can connect to a remote computer running a Telnet server and run applications on the remote computer or perform administrative tasks on it.
Telnet uses the Telnet protocol (part of the TCP/IP protocol suite) to connect to a remote computer over a network.
> telnet /?To see the list of commands available and the syntax.
Boot Disk Internet Utilities