REPOST: Re: A new forum is up! Q: what means nntp
DeepBleu at DeepBleu.org
Fri Dec 28 15:15:39 CET 2001
NNTP is an internet protocol like SMTP, POP3 and HTTP for communication.
Also, it is the oldest one and it used to be the most instructive before AOL
hit the scene along with the 'gold rush' :)
Ask your ISP if they offer NNTP support through their own server. Then you
can get an NNTP viewer/reader/poster/archiver/etc.... (On Windows, Outlook
Express acts also as a newsgroup reader. Another good program is Agent.
Check www.stroud.com for the latest programs under the NNTP section).
Having done that you can choose/subscribe in your favourite newsgroups (like
NNTP and newsgroups offer fantastic archiving mechanisms that no web forum
can ever aspire to in the present time.
Hope this helps.
"Tom Karas" <Tom.Karas at htp-tel.de> wrote in message
news:3C2B941D.B1E45AA5 at htp-tel.de...
> Hello out there.
> > >It depends on how you view this 'forum.' As far as I am concerned,
> > >**nothing** beats NNTP newsgroups viewed in a dedicated NNTP viewer.
> What means nntp ?
> Just my 2 cent question
> Best regards
> Tom Karas
> The early bird catches the worm. Trust the computer industry to
> shorten the term
> If you want something else for "Year 2000" to Y2K. It was this kind
> of thinking
> breakfast, get up later. that got us in trouble in the first
> place. Adrian Tyvand
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