Re: [xsl] New nntp news group for xsl-fo discussion

Subject: Re: [xsl] New nntp news group for xsl-fo discussion
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Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2001 18:56:37 -0500
Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2001 00:54:34 +0100
From: Martin Stricker <shugal@xxxxxx>
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Randall Parker wrote:
 Since I subscribe to a number of lists I have the problem that I have
 to read my e-mail frequently enough to prevent my mail box from
 overflowing. Try going away for a week and I lose lots of messages.
 With news groups they will be there when I return because keeps all messages going back several months.

My mailbox is big enough for two weeks if necessary... ;-))

I personally go to a number of vendor news servers (eg,, and find the quality of postings on many of them to be very good. You ought to give the world of nntp news servers a second look. The news servers run by a number of software vendors are very useful.

 >However, I might try the newsgroup, but I would like an email-gateway
 >sending me all the new postings to the group. Suggestions?

 I'm not sure if they support that. They might. I'm not sure. Go over
 to and post a question about that in
 homeless.xml.xsl-fo with a question about what you want to do in the
 subject title. I know George is reading the group since it is new and
 has hardly any traffic and he manages the server.

I'll do that in time, thanks very much for you detailed answer, Randall!

Best regards,
Martin Stricker

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