|Born||August 1961 (age 60)|
|🏳️ Nationality||New Zealander|
David Harris (born in August 1961) is a New Zealand software developer from Dunedin, New Zealand. He developed the Pegasus Mail client and the Mercury Mail Transport System, and is a former staff member of the University of Otago. He wrote columns for Computerworld between 2000 and 2004.
David received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the PC World Awards in Auckland on 15 November 2002.
- "Biography at InternetNZ". Archived from the original on 2008-10-19. Retrieved 2006-04-06.
- Clarke, Gavin (5 January 2007). "Lack of cash claims email pioneer". The Register: Business. Retrieved 10 November 2018.
- Stories by David Harris, Computerworld, retrieved 15 October 2018.
- Tech News: NZ: The Clever Country: David Harris, 25/11/2002. retrieved 2006-04-06.
- Pegasus Mail
- Mercury Mail Transport System
- David Harris's nomination for the Internet Council of New Zealand
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