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 With the fall of MS-DOS and the decline of BBSes in general, Mystic released an OS/2 and Windows 32 native version in 1998.  Mystic was the first of the non-commerical MS-DOS based BBS softwares to make the transition and integrate directly with the Telnet protocol. ​ Mystic also went on to become the first of the MS-DOS based softwares to release a native Linux version in 1999, and the first to introduce a standardized platform for DOOR games across all 4 operating systems. With the fall of MS-DOS and the decline of BBSes in general, Mystic released an OS/2 and Windows 32 native version in 1998.  Mystic was the first of the non-commerical MS-DOS based BBS softwares to make the transition and integrate directly with the Telnet protocol. ​ Mystic also went on to become the first of the MS-DOS based softwares to release a native Linux version in 1999, and the first to introduce a standardized platform for DOOR games across all 4 operating systems.
  
-In recent years, Mystic has removed its DOS version and its limitations,​ and has moved on to better integrate with Internet protocols. ​ Mystic now has internal Telnet, NNTP, POP3, SMTP, FTP and BINKP servers while continuing to focus on and enhance the SysOp and user experience.+In recent years, Mystic has removed its DOS version and its limitations,​ and has moved on to better integrate with Internet protocols. ​ Mystic now has internal Telnet, RLOGIN, SSH, NNTP, POP3, SMTP, FTP and BINKP servers while continuing to focus on and enhance the SysOp and user experience.
  
 In the fall of 2011, Mystic added a native Mac OSX version and went open source for several years. In early 2015, Mystic introduced a stable release for Raspberry Pi with 1.10.  Mystic now provides the only integrated BBS and echomail solution for the Raspberry Pi (ARM Linux) and OS-X (Macintosh) platforms. In the fall of 2011, Mystic added a native Mac OSX version and went open source for several years. In early 2015, Mystic introduced a stable release for Raspberry Pi with 1.10.  Mystic now provides the only integrated BBS and echomail solution for the Raspberry Pi (ARM Linux) and OS-X (Macintosh) platforms.
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