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RE: [leafnode-list] Leafnode on MacOS-X?

Matthias Andree writes:
This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not 
this format, some or all of this message may not be legible.

Well, BeroList corrupts MIME (essentially all folded lines, most
commonly multipart/* stuff like this). Do not send HTML or combined
HTML/plain text, simply send plain text without HTML. BTW, the charset
is a lie. It's US-ASCII and your Microsoft "Internet" Mail declares the
wrong content. Get a proper mailer please, you'll have more fun in the
Well.. That is a nice feature of using Micro$oft crap at work.. (e.g. 
Outlook 2000
corporate edition) in conjunction with an Exchange server.. It converts ALL 
my e-mail after it gets sent into HTML regardless of my preference 
settings.. So,
I'm doing this one from Mulberry using a direct SMTP connection..

The long & short of it is that I WAS able to get it to work once I moved to 
of the newer versions.. I'm using 1.9.21.pre1 without problems.  My current
question is IF there is an easy way to get fetchnews to do a "catchup", 
where you
may subscribe to a new newsgroup and instead of having it read ALL of the 
which could take hours, just do a catchup such that the next time fetchnews 
is run,
it would just get the delta messages that were new since the last time it 
was run..

Is there any easy way to do that now programmatically?  I may look into 
fetchnews to do that.. I believe the function in question was 
processupstream() if
I recall, which calls getgroup() to read the group.  Any comments?

-- Rick

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