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RE: [leafnode-list] Expire help ???
Ok, well that makes sense. I did look at the groupinfo file and found that
it was incomplete. It had only about 1/3 of the ng. Of course it did stop
BEFORE the 'missing' ng from texpire. Had I known this, I suppose I could
have manually added the 'missing' ng's to the groupinfo file.
BTW, it's ver 1.10b2 that I'm running.
Thanks Cronelius !!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: krasel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Sent: Thursday, July 15, 1999 12:05 AM
> To: leafnode-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: [leafnode-list] Expire help ???
> Mike A. Lewis wrote:
> > When I ran 'texpire -vvvv', all of the ng's that I
> subscribe to were NOT
> > being checked.
> > I started netscape, subscribed to the 'missing' ng's and
> read all of the
> > messages.
> > I then ran 'texpire -vvvv' again and now the 'missing' ng's
> were checked and
> > expired properly.
> Subscription should not make any difference. texpire will try
> to expire
> all the groups that are listed in your groupinfo file, regardless of
> whether you have subscribed them or not. (If texpire worked
> it would never expire any groups that leafnode has you
> unsubscribed of.)
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