Ignore / Test

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Aug 9, 2009
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#2
cool found it, who needs nntp servers anyway :)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Kachupp" <>
To: <kachupp@gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 11, 2009 10:10 AM
Subject: [Open Forum-t-1290] Ignore / Test



> another new user getting to grips with email / offline reading, what
> happend to the nntp server ? dunno
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#3
Kachupp wrote:
| cool found it, who needs nntp servers anyway :)

IMHO it is nice to be able to distinguish between mail (which is either
personal or spam) and newsgroups. The worst aspect of receiving messages as
mail and not news is that you do not have a choice between "reply to sender"
and "reply to group". In the JPsoft NGs, you use "reply to sender" in order
to "reply to group", and have no true "reply to sender". Since I do read
several real NGs, I occasionally mix up the reply method, and use "reply to
sender" in a real NG, instead of "reply to group" (my hands are often faster
than my brain).
--
Steve
 
Aug 9, 2009
133
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#4
thank you
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Fábián" <>
To: <kachupp@gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 11, 2009 10:37 AM
Subject: RE: [Open Forum-t-1290] Ignore / Test



> Kachupp wrote:
> | cool found it, who needs nntp servers anyway :)
>
> IMHO it is nice to be able to distinguish between mail (which is either
> personal or spam) and newsgroups. The worst aspect of receiving messages
> as
> mail and not news is that you do not have a choice between "reply to
> sender"
> and "reply to group". In the JPsoft NGs, you use "reply to sender" in
> order
> to "reply to group", and have no true "reply to sender". Since I do read
> several real NGs, I occasionally mix up the reply method, and use "reply
> to
> sender" in a real NG, instead of "reply to group" (my hands are often
> faster
> than my brain).
> --
> Steve
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