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From: River Tarnell <ri...@RT.UK.EU.ORG>
Subject: Re: news servers offering IMAP access?
Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2012 09:47:22 +0000 (UTC)
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In article <86hazwjnpt....@gray.siamics.net>,
Ivan Shmakov <oneing...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>> Mark Crispin <m...@panda.com> writes:
> > With netnews and NNTP being more or less moribund, this is primarily
> > of historical interest these days.
> There seems to be a few still active newsgroups, actually.
> Consider, e. g., news:sci.electronics.design, news:comp.os.vms,
> news:comp.arch.embedded, news:alt.russian.z1, etc.
I'm currently working on a new NNTP server -- so it's not entirely
For now it is transit only (no readers), but I would like to eventually
add reader support. I'd already intended to support both NNTP and IMAP
access once that happens.
However, given the lack of any way to post new messages via IMAP, I'm
not sure it would be very useful for Usenet.
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