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PROFS

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PROFS

(PRofessional OFfice System) IBM software for the VM mainframe environment. It provided an email facility for text and graphics, a library service for centrally storing text, electronic calendars and appointment scheduling, and it allowed document interchange with DISOSS users. PROFS used IBM's proprietary ZIP messaging protocol. See OfficeVision.
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In April 1985, it was made more widely available throughout the NSC via PROFS software.(1) The PROFS system allowed users to exchange e-mail, transfer text documents, and share calendar information.