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- To: email@example.com
- Subject: Reading News
- From: "lubell" <lubell@DCOOMBER.vitro.com>
- Date: 10 Jun 91 08:11:47 U
- Priority: Normal
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From: lubell on Mon, Jun 10, 1991 8:11 AM
Subject: Reading News
Regarding Guillaume Cartier's question about a publicly available program for
reading net news, I use something called "TheNews" which works on a Macintosh.
It came as part of the archive when I downloaded NCSA Telnet. Although I don't
remember where I downloaded it from, I have the email address for inquiries
about NCSA Telnet. It is "firstname.lastname@example.org".
Hope this is helpful. By the way, my preference is that the info-mcl mailing
list become a newsgroup. Perhaps we can do what the Portable Commonloops
mailing list did when it became the "comp.lang.clos" newsgroup. I believe that
they worked it so that people without access to news could still read and post
articles as if it were a mailing list. Does anyone know more about this?