I also remember using Telix and ProComm for this, both under MS-DOS before
FreeDOS was a thing. I don't know web sites, but you can probably Google
them.

Telix was shareware. Don't remember about ProComm.


...
>
> For software, there is also Kermit, developed at Columbia University and
> now at
> http://www.kermitproject.org/
>
> Some links that you might find relevant are (copied and pasted)
>
>
> The Zip files containing all the files, both text and binary, is here:
>
>   ftp://ftp.kermitproject.org/kermit/archives/bbc146.zip (via FTP)
>   http:://www.kermitproject.org/ftp/kermit/archives/bbc146.zip (via HTTP)
>
> It seems to me there should be one colon and not two following "http".
>
>
>
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