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[Discuss] I'm looking for a "lightweight" nntp client

On 10/27/2012 02:27 PM, Bill Horne wrote:
> Thanks for reading this.
> I run a usenet group, and I've been given "posting" privileges on an
> nntp server so that I can send Usenet posts out if my regular channels
> fail.
> However, the server doesn't understand nnrp, only nntp, so I'm looking
> for a "lightweight" nntp "client" that will speak nntp to the server.
> The alternative is to install my own nntp server, which is overkill,
> especially since it would only be peering with another machine a few
> racks away.

I wouldn't consider Thunderbird as lightweight under ANY circumstances,
but if you're already using it, it can do nntp as well as mail.

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