From: Tom Serface on 5 May 2010 18:20
"Ajay Kalra" <ajaykalra(a)yahoo.com> wrote in message
>> There is an MFC
> Is this going to be the new place for those who are here?
From: David Lowndes on 5 May 2010 18:27
>I've just been using the web interface and it's not so bad once you get
>used to it. I have to be careful not to accidentally do something that
>makes it go "back" or I lose everything I've typed and offline work is not
>possible, but it's not too bad.
It's OK for asking questions, but I really can't face it for answering
- life's too short.
From: David Lowndes on 5 May 2010 18:28
>I can understand it from a SMALL VENDOR standpoint, but
Unfortunately big companies tend to make big decisions :(
From: Stephen Wolstenholme on 5 May 2010 18:36
On Wed, 05 May 2010 20:26:15 +0100, David Lowndes
>>I already dont feel like taking the step of using the bridge. This
>>era is coming to a rather abrupt end.
>I've been trying to use the NNTP bridge with the forums, but quite
>frankly it's still a poor solution compared to using a proper NNTP
>source. I don't think I can be bothered much more.
Reliable bridging solutions like MPNews have been around for years.
Microsoft could use an existing solution rather than reinventing the
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From: Hector Santos on 5 May 2010 18:37
David Ching wrote:
> "MP" <mpNoSpam(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
>> Microsoft said it plans to end support for more than 4,000 old-style
>> newsgroups starting next month, pushing users instead to discussion
>> forums such as those found on the Microsoft Answers, TechNet, and MSDN
> There is an MFC forum:
> Hope to see you there! And do check out the NNTP bridge:
I just installed it and it can't handle my login it displays some
"exception box", although I was able (and required) to login at the
connect web site to even download it.
Also, this is not a MICROSOFT DEVELOPED product.
HOW DARE MICROSOFT CHANGE THERE SUPPORT SYSTEM AND OFFER A BROKEN 3RD
PARTY DEVELOPED PRODUCT IN ORDER TO KEEP WITH CURRENT CUSTOMER
PREFERRED MUA ACCESS?
They need to TAKE control of this!