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[[Image:PINE.png|right|thumb|This is what the PINE interface looks like.]]
PINE is a way of checking your e-mail using "command line" rather than a web browser.
Highly popular, and the standard way for students to check their e-mail in the past, it has since decreased in usage and popularity. The last class to use PINE more than the web-based IMP was the [[ Special:Category:Class_of_2004|Class of 2004]].
==How to use PINE==
Go to Start | Run and type in '''telnet unix.williams.edu''' and hit Enter.
Follow directions below.
===Linux===Open the Terminal and type in '''
telnet unix.williams.edu''' and hit Enter. Follow directions below.
===All operating systems===
Now you will see a list of folders, and at the bottom, highlighted, it will ask you to re-enter your username (07abc, but it will actually tell you what your username is) and password. Then press '''I''' to see your inbox, and use arrows (right to see a message, left to return to inbox, up and down to scroll) and the letter commands listed at the bottom to navigate around your e-mail.
In Terminal, go to Preferences. Click on the Declare terminal type ($TERM) pop-up menu to change to vt100.