Modified and ported to OS/2 by:
If you can use electronic mail, please do so. The fax number is not my own, so sending stuff not related to GTAK gets dropped into the trashcan without reaching me.
If you use email just to tell me about bugs and limitations which are already mentioned in the docs, be prepared for an impolite reply. OS/2 VIEW can search for words pretty fast, so try to find comments about the subject in the docs before asking me, especially in the sections known bugs, notes and common mistakes.
In the case of Internet email, please use a valid domain style "From:" address. If you use bang paths, bitnet, the .uucp domain or some weird kind of embedded domain address, chances are good that you won't see any reply. Chances are only little better if you ask for "please reply to email@example.com" in the body instead of the header, especially if this note is not easily noticed at the top of your mail (if I don't notice it until my reply has been returned, it is almost certainly to late to be fixed).
If appropriate, mention the basic facts about your system (SCSI adapter, tape drive, used device driver, OS/2 version, ...) and the version number of this software in mails. It increases your chances for a useful reply.