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Re: Can I use a separate NNTPSERVER for a single group?




Matt,

I'd think the easiest thing to do would be to modify your ~/.trn/access 
file,creating a second news source and a separate ID.  That should do the 
trick.

Best regards,

Orin Day
lobster@lobsterdevil.com

On Tue, 15 Oct 2002, Matt Ackeret wrote:

> 
> ...or anything more clever than manually shuffling around a .newsrc and
> NNTPSERVER environment variable?  (i.e. even if I make a shell alias to
> do it, it's still slightly a pain for such a simple thing.)
> 
> I found out that the Chimera (new-ish way cool browser for OSX based upon
> Gecko) mailing list is also available as a newsgroup.
> 
> I just did the "move my .newsrc out of the way, set NNTPSERVER manually" and
> found I can connect to it fine..
> 
> Is there any way I can make this "just work"?  (e.g. add a special
> NNTPSERVER flag to just one .newsgroup in my .newsrc or somesuch)




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