Freeware newsreader


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Fred

Any suggestions 0 other than eternal september for a free newsreader that
works well with windows 7 and/or windows live.
 
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LouB

Fred said:
Any suggestions 0 other than eternal september for a free newsreader that
works well with windows 7 and/or windows live.
ES is not a newsreader it is a newserver.
Thunderbird is reasonable and free.
 
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SC Tom

Fred said:
Any suggestions 0 other than eternal september for a free newsreader that
works well with windows 7 and/or windows live.
Eternal September is not a newsreader, it's a news provider. Newsreaders
would be programs like Windows Live, Thunderbird, Xnews, Forte Agent, etc.
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=free+news+readers

If you are looking for a new news provider,
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=free+usenet+providers

Any particular reason not to use Eternal September? They're about as good as
anyone. If you think you'll get away from some of the posters here by going
to a different provider, forget it. The different providers have access to
(most of) the same groups you see here.
 
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Stan Brown

Any suggestions 0 other than eternal september for a free newsreader that
works well with windows 7 and/or windows live.
If you want a newsreader (software to install in your computer), the
best place to ask is in the proper newsgroup: news.software.readers

If you want a news *server* (a host that provides articles and
accepts your posted articles), I'm sure there's a newsgroup but I
don't know which one.
 
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Char Jackson

If you want a newsreader (software to install in your computer), the
best place to ask is in the proper newsgroup: news.software.readers

If you want a news *server* (a host that provides articles and
accepts your posted articles), I'm sure there's a newsgroup but I
don't know which one.
Well, at least you didn't point the OP to
alt.binaries.news-server-comparison, which despite its
helpful-sounding name, is quite the cess pool.
 
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Flint

Any suggestions 0 other than eternal september for a free newsreader that
works well with windows 7 and/or windows live.
As others have pointed out, if you're looking for a newsreader, this
is a program that resides on *your* computer and is used to
send/retrieve newsgroup articles. Mozilla Thunderbird might be a good
one to try.

IF (OTOH) you're looking for a free newsSERVER other than Eternal
September, you might want to look AIOE.org's public usenet server

into http://www.aioe.org/
 

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