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Drexel Hill, PA (December 29, 1994) The least expensive and most tightly
integrated commercial peer-to-peer networking software for the Amiga just
got better. IAM software engineers Heinz Wrobel and Dale L. Larson spent
months adding features and perfecting the release.
New features include support of AmigaOS 2.04 DOS packet types (including
notification and record locking), support for removable media, enhanced
reliability and robust recovery, localization, AmigaGuide documentation,
Amiga Envoy 2.0 is available as an upgrade to any Amiga Envoy user,
regardless of where they purchased their original Envoy. The upgrade price
is US$25, which includes shipping. To upgrade in the US, send proof of
purchase (or developer number, for those who obtained Envoy as a beta from
Commodore) with check, money order, or Visa/MC number to IAM. Elsewhere,
contact your local distributor. The list price of Amiga Envoy remains
Requires Workbench 2.04, Kickstart 2.04, 512k RAM, SANA-II compatible
networking hardware. Workbench 3.1, 1MB or more of RAM and HD recommended.
Intangible Assets Manufacturing
828 Ormond Avenue
Drexel Hill, PA 19026-2604
voice: +1 610 853 4406
fax: +1 610 853 3733
For more information:
IAM products are distributed by Almathera Systems, Ltd. in the UK,
Legendary Design Technologies in Canada, Hirsch & Wolf in Germany, Matt
Christou in Australia, and Claudio Dosio in Italy.
Amiga is a registered trademark of Commodore-Amiga, Inc. Workbench and
Kickstart are trademarks of Commodore-Amiga, Inc. Envoy is Copyright
1985-1993 Commodore-Amiga, Inc., All Rights Reserved. Distributed under
license from Commodore.