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    Default Re: Something is wrong somewhere

    Which HTML board (site) are you using? OE via nntp is fine.

    --
    Tony Rogerson
    SQL Server MVP
    http://www.sqlserverfaq.com?mbr=21
    (Create your own groups, Forum, FAQ's and a ton more)


    Tony Guest

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    I am opening support.microsoft.com site in the Internet
    Explorer. Then I choose the Newsgroups. Then I choose the
    SQL Server Newsgroup. Then I choose the Programming Group.
    That's all (in simple language) I am doing. When I do this
    all the messages are not visible.

    Now..you will ask how do I know that all the messages are
    not visible. My answer is....because on another machine I
    have configured my Outlook Express with this SQL Server -
    Programming Newsgroup. There it shows messages which are
    not visible in the Internet Exploer..

    Hope you understand what prob. I am talking about..

    Thanks

     
    fine. 
    Sender Guest

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    I use the html reader all the time, and have noticed a
    delay of up to 10 minutes for posts to show up in the html
    reader, but I had not noticed missing posts. Is it
    possible that they are just showing up later? How many
    missing posts have you noticed, and how recently were they
    posted?

    Tom 
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    Tom Guest

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    There are many examples I can give you with the missing
    posts. There is one message posted on 12th July wherein
    where I open in explorer I can only 1 reply however when I
    read in Outlook I can see 4 replies. And I am 200% sure I
    am seeing the same messages in both the places.
     
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    Sender Guest

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    Default Re: Something is wrong somewhere

    On Tue, 15 Jul 2003 15:09:57 -0700, "Sender" <com> wrote: 

    Get a real NNTP client, you'll be glad you did!

    I use FreeAgent from www.forteinc.com.

    J.


    JXStern Guest

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