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Subject: Re: test
User-Agent: slrn/0.9.7.4 (Linux)
Date: 19 Jan 2003 08:44:36 -0700
In article <email@example.com>, Gibbo wrote:
>TCS The.Central.Scrutinizer@p.o.b.o.x...c.o.m wrote:
>>In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Gibbo wrote:
>>>"Michael A. Terrell" email@example.com wrote:
>>>>> alt.test if you don't mind
>>>> Some news provides don't carry the test newsgroups.
>>>Also the successful posting to alt.test does *not* guarantee a successful
>>>posting to any other other groups.
>>Absolutely false. There's no special logic in the news reader or news server
>>that gives a damn about what particular characters are in a newsgroup's name.
>>If you can post to misc.test, you can post to *any* unmoderated newsgroup.
>Sorry but unless you *regularly* post to *all* newsgroups using *every* ISP in
>the world I fail to see how you can be qualified to make this statement.
>I *know* from my own experience that under certain circumstances it is possible
>to successfully to post to sci.* but *not* to uk.*
That is why there are multiple test newsgroup.
Post to uk.test if you particularly worried about the uk domain.
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