From: prawn on
Krusty <dontwantany(a)nowhere.invalid> wrote:
>
> eternal-september seems to be the best free one by a country mile.

Aye. I use it as my upstream server and the (very) rare downtimes are
quite acceptable.
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Leviticus 11:10
From: ColClewtz on
X-No-Archive:

On Aug 3, 7:49 pm, "Dr Ivan D. Reid" <Ivan.R...(a)ivan.fsnet.co.uk>
wrote:

>         Same problem for me at Brunel;  I'm test-driving aioe.org but it's
> losing too many posts for my liking.
>
>     Hope they don't pull your job as well, like they did to me the same day!

Oh, f*ck! Very sorry to hear that.
I seem to be safe for the moment, but who knows what lies around the
corner.
From: Andy Clews on
Well, I've set up an account on "the German server",
news.individual.net, which has an
annual 10 Euro subscription, and I'm using Thunderbird to post.

And it seems I am able to keep my dentures after all :-)
From: Hog on
A.Clews(a)DENTURESsussex.ac.uk wrote:
> Thus spake Andy Clews (colclewtz(a)denturesandyclews.plus.com) unto the
> assembled multitudes:
>> Well, I've set up an account on "the German server",
>> news.individual.net, which has an
>> annual 10 Euro subscription, and I'm using Thunderbird to post.
>
>> And it seems I am able to keep my dentures after all :-)
>
> ...and now I've managed to reconfigure 'tin', so I'm basically back
> to where I
> was before. Bliss (at a cost of 10 Euros per annum, what the heck)!
> :-}

Zen still maintain a jolly good server I'm relieved to say

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Hog